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Top U.S. government and military scramble to prevent World War 3 from happening amidst the chaos of a geopolitical crisis.
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Series cast summary:
 Alex Talbot (10 episodes, 2015)
 Walter Larson (10 episodes, 2015)
 Zeke Tilson (10 episodes, 2015)
 Rafiq Massoud (10 episodes, 2015)
 Kendra Peterson (10 episodes, 2015)
 Glenn Taylor (10 episodes, 2015)
 Pierce Grey (10 episodes, 2015)
 President Julian Navarro (10 episodes, 2015)
 General Umair Zaman (9 episodes, 2015)
 Hasan (7 episodes, 2015)
 Robert Kittredge (7 episodes, 2015)
 Fareeda (7 episodes, 2015)
 Joanne Larson (6 episodes, 2015)
 Dougan (6 episodes, 2015)
 James Donaldson (5 episodes, 2015)
 Rafiq Massoud Sr. (5 episodes, 2015)
 Naeema (5 episodes, 2015)
Leslie Awender ...
 Aide to CIA Director (5 episodes, 2015)
Beth Horne ...
 Embassy Staff (5 episodes, 2015)


A new half hour comedy series, The BRINK focuses on a geopolitical crisis which tie three men together. The US Secretary of State - Walter Larson (Tim Robbins); a lowly Foreign Service Officer - Alex Talbot (Jack Black); and an ace Navy Fighter Pilot, Zeke Tilson (Pablo Schreiber). These three men must somehow pull through the chaos around them to save the planet from World War III. Written by DeAlan Wilson

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Release Date:

21 June 2015 (USA)  »

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Krízisben  »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Sebastian Stan auditioned for the role of Zeke Tilson, ultimately played by Pablo Schreiber. See more »


Many of the scenes featuring the 5th Fleet feature the F-14 Tomcat on deck; the Tomcat was retired from US Naval service in 2006. See more »


Foreign Minister Rakesh Pandit: [to Walter Larson, U.S. Secretary of State] We have a saying in India; don't trust Pakistan.
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I always look forward to the next episode
19 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

I ain't into production values or acting prowess etc... I just judge a programme or series on whether I enjoy it or not... the satire is an added bonus but understanding it all isn't necessary for enjoyment...and whether its biting enough makes no difference either ... to me anyway.. maybe that dumbing down as a satire as some mention is satirical in itself and more a reflection on the viewers themselves..

I am not sure how many episodes there are left now as I type and hopefully it will end as well as it has developed...

This is one series I do enjoy and at the end of each episode I always look forward to the next...

Overall its worth some investment of your time and I would recommend it to anyone and everyone...

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