Legends (2014–2015)
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The Legend of Dmitry Petrovich 

As the new season of this totally re-imagined show opens, Martin Odum is a fugitive, hiding out in present day London and wanted by the FBI for a crime he did not commit. He can't remember ... See full summary »

Director:

Jamie Payne

Writers:

Howard Gordon (developed by), Robert Littell (based upon the novel 'Legends' by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sean Bean ... Martin Odum
Steve Kazee ... Curtis Ballard
Winter Ave Zoli ... Detective Gabriella Laska
Klára Issová ... Ilyana Crawford
Aisling Franciosi ... Kate Crawford
Kelly Overton ... Nina Brenner
Ralph Brown ... Terrence Graves
Morris Chestnut ... Tony Rice
Ivan G'Vera ... Prague Official
Nikola Djuricko ... Tamir Zakayev
Visar Vishka ... Doku Zakayev
James Wilby ... Headmaster
Sundra Oakley ... Nisco Rice
Shaun Dingwall ... Liam Crawford
Camilla Beeput ... Fiona
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As the new season of this totally re-imagined show opens, Martin Odum is a fugitive, hiding out in present day London and wanted by the FBI for a crime he did not commit. He can't remember his life prior to an injury he suffered in the Iraq War, so he's searching for clues about his true identity with the help of CIA agent Nina Brenner. Meanwhile, in 2001, FBI agent Curtis Ballard and his Czech Police partner, Gabi Miskova, launch an investigation into a Russian gangster named Dimitry.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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Tony gives Martin a piece of paper with an address written on it. The town and postcode are "Waterford WD19 5RE". The WD postcode area is for Watford, not Waterford. See more »

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Way too hard to follow
5 November 2015 | by captfbgnetSee all my reviews

Too many months passed between season one and two. Season one was hard enough to follow with all of Martin's shadow lives and associates. Trying to follow the opening of season two and ALL of the 'flashbacks' to earlier days, left me confused and disappointed. Too much jumping around information crammed in and not much transitional background from last season to the new. Flashbacks of Martin's previous life would have helped. I understand the writers are taking a different direction with the series and made a lot of character changes. I'll try another episode or two, but for me story lines need to be smoother and less jumbled or I'm gone.


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