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Set in 18th century London, Knifeman will focus on the untold story of a charming, arrogant, decorum-breaking genius who challenges societal norms to transform his visions into cutting-edge discoveries.
The Cold War is over and the world's biggest threat is the growing amount of unemployed (mostly laid off) spies. A retired secret agent is pulled back into service by a young rookie working for E.C.H.O.. He is constantly amazed by the changing rules of the spy game... Written by
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"Spy Game" was a great tribute to shows like "The Avengers" and "Mission: Impossible". It was witty and didn't take itself too seriously. It has and will remain one of my favorite shows of all time. Allison Smith, Linden Ashby and Bruce McCarty are all excellant actors. And people who don't like this show probably didn't like the other great Spy Shows and don't get why the material is funny and good.
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