Designated Survivor (2016– )
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One Hundred Days 

As President Kirkman releases an agenda to reset his presidency, Alex makes a controversial public statement that threatens to derail it. Meanwhile, FBI agent Hannah Wells unknowingly finds... See full summary »

Director:

Kenneth Fink

Writers:

David Guggenheim (created by), Dana Ledoux Miller
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kiefer Sutherland ... Tom Kirkman
Natascha McElhone ... Alex Kirkman
Adan Canto ... Aaron Shore
Italia Ricci ... Emily Rhodes
LaMonica Garrett ... Mike Ritter (credit only)
Kal Penn ... Seth Wright
Maggie Q ... Hannah Wells
Malik Yoba ... Jason Atwood
Mark Deklin ... Jack Bowman
Mariana Klaveno ... Brooke Mathison
Mckenna Grace ... Penny Kirkman
Tanner Buchanan ... Leo Kirkman
Virginia Madsen ... Kimble Hookstraten
Janaya Stephens ... Amy Blakestone
Beatriz Yuste ... Amy Savalli
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Storyline

As President Kirkman releases an agenda to reset his presidency, Alex makes a controversial public statement that threatens to derail it. Meanwhile, FBI agent Hannah Wells unknowingly finds herself in the center of a dangerous trap while getting closer to the truth. While the country still mourns the loss of their Vice President.

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Spanish

Release Date:

5 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

Brooke Mathison was born in Seoul, South Korea on February 22, 1977. See more »

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Quotes

Hannah Wells: [after they barely escape a loud explosion] You OK?
Chuck Russink: [somehow answers] I can't hear anything.
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Soundtracks

Designated Survivor Theme
Written & performed by Sean Callery
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A rather weak episode
27 January 2019 | by adamsosnowskiSee all my reviews

The idea behind Designated Survivor is intriguing and the first half of the season was quite good, you could call it a mix of House of Cards and Homeland, although both series are better than DS.

However, the last two episodes, and especially this one, are weak. The political plot is boring and extremely naive. It is full of poorly written speaches which seem to be the solution of every problem. The characters of Emily and Seth, both interesting in the beginning, got really annoing. Emily has turned into an arrogant know-it-all which is really hard to watch.

Agent Wells acts stupidly. Another key witness gets killed, it feels like for the 100th time in this series. Again, she goes solo berserk mode with no backup whatsoever. That's just lazy writing.


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