Traitors (2019– )
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A trap is laid by the Russian mole, who will kill Feef if she makes the wrong move.

Director:

Alex Winckler

Writers:

Emily Ballou, Bathsheba Doran (created & written by)
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Emma Appleton ... Feef Symonds
Luke Treadaway ... Hugh Fenton
Michael Stuhlbarg
Keeley Hawes ... Priscilla Garrick
Brandon P Bell ... Jackson Cole
Matt Lauria ... Peter McCormick
Simon Kunz ... Herbert Quick
Greg McHugh ... David Hennessey
Albert Welling ... Brigadier Moss
Jamie Blackley ... Freddie Symonds
Phoebe Nicholls ... Frippy Symonds
Owen Teale ... St John Symonds
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kieran Buckeridge ... Mr. Miley
Patrick Joseph Byrnes ... Jefferson Maltby
Stephen Campbell Moore ... Phillip Jarvis
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A trap is laid by the Russian mole, who will kill Feef if she makes the wrong move.

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Genres:

Thriller

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 February 2019 (UK) See more »

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Color
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In episode four, during the Palestine Committee meeting, the representative of the Jewish Council announces that his entire family had been gassed at Belsen. This is not possible as no gas chambers existed at Bergen-Belsen. The mass killings took place at the camps located further east. See more »

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Finally, it feels like it's opening up.
20 April 2019 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Traitors has very much been a slow burner, at times I have found it a bit of a struggle, but finally, it's produced an episode that I've gotten into, it was gripping, intriguing, and the story feels like it's beginning to unfold.

The character's various motivations are now beginning to make sense, and I've particularly enjoyed the development of many characters, Feef and Priscilla in particular.

Keeley Hawes had felt somewhat wasted up until this point, but is now finally able to show her acting talent. Great to see the velvet voiced Stanley Townsend make an appearance.

I am still utterly baffled by the outcome of the ultimate traitor, I am now of the mind that there are several. So much better. 8/10


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