Treadstone (2019)
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Doug solves a problem; Edwards has a breakthrough. Soyun embarks on a dangerous journey.

Director:

Brad Anderson

Writers:

Tim Kring (developed by), Tim Walsh (teleplay by) | 4 more credits »
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Jeremy Irvine ... J. Randolph Bentley (credit only)
Tracy Ifeachor ... Tara Coleman (credit only)
Omar Metwally ... Matt Edwards
Han Hyo-joo ... SoYun Pak
Brian J. Smith ... Doug McKenna
Gabrielle Scharnitzky ... Petra (credit only)
Emilia Schüle ... Young Petra (credit only)
Michelle Forbes ... Ellen Becker
Patrick Fugit ... Stephen Haynes
Michael Gaston ... Dan Levine
Tess Haubrich ... Samantha McKenna
Finbar Lynch ... Dr. Martin Wells
Jong-Hyuk Lee Jong-Hyuk Lee ... Colonel Shin (as Jong Hyuk Lee)
Minjun Woo Minjun Woo ... Jin Woo
Dong Hyun Baek Dong Hyun Baek ... Colonel Li (as Dong Hyun Beak)
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Doug solves a problem; Edwards has a breakthrough. Soyun embarks on a dangerous journey.

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Here is where I stop watching
18 January 2020 | by MegaMaexnSee all my reviews

I was intrigued by the premise of the show and the fact that Tim Kring was involved, but that turned out to be a serious downside as well. There are many similarities to 'Heroes' which he created, but unfortunately not to the first magnificent season, more to the poorly executed subsequent ones. As in 'Heroes' there are many people whose stories want to be told, some of them yet again in unnecessary foreign languages with annoying subtitles. Sadly the storytelling is all over the place, the scenes feel highly disjointed and it just leaves you wondering why they couldn't make the story about fewer characters but more to the point. The clumsy storytelling of two different timelines makes it artificial rather than believable and will probably be aligned in future episodes, but I have now got to the point where I don't care about the stories or the characters anymore...


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English | Korean

Release Date:

5 November 2019 (USA) See more »

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