Will Travers is an analyst at a New York City-based federal intelligence agency who is thrown into a story where nothing is as it appears to be.

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Jason Horwitch
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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 2 nominations. See more awards »

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James Badge Dale ...  Will Travers 13 episodes, 2010
Jessica Collins ...  Maggie Young 13 episodes, 2010
Lauren Hodges ...  Tanya MacGaffin 13 episodes, 2010
Dallas Roberts ...  Miles Fiedler 13 episodes, 2010
Christopher Evan Welch ...  Grant Test 13 episodes, 2010
Arliss Howard ...  Kale Ingram 13 episodes, 2010
Miranda Richardson ...  Katherine Rhumor 13 episodes, 2010
Michael Cristofer ...  Truxton Spangler 11 episodes, 2010
David Rasche ...  James Wheeler 7 episodes, 2010
Natalie Gold ...  Julia Harwell 7 episodes, 2010
Annie Parisse ...  Andy 7 episodes, 2010
Roger Robinson ...  Ed Bancroft 6 episodes, 2010
Isiah Whitlock Jr. ...  Mr. Roy 6 episodes, 2010
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Will Travers is an analyst at a New York City-based federal intelligence agency who is thrown into a story where nothing is as it appears to be.

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Not every conspiracy is a theory


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English

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13 June 2010 (USA) See more »

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Rubicón See more »

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Leap of faith
16 August 2010 | by ascfermeSee all my reviews

After watching the first couple episodes, I feel fairly confident that Rubicon will meet my expectations, so I rated it a 10.

Rubicon is thought provoking political thriller that assumes its viewers are patient and intelligent enough to think for themselves. The show's main character, Will, is brilliant, yet as he says himself, he "doesn't know what to think anymore", however, since thinking is what he does best, not knowing what to think inspires him to set out on a journey to piece together and seek out the pattern that will lead him to the "truth".

Rubicon leaves you with far more questions than answers and gets in your head and won't let you go. It's a nice change of pace from the mindless madness that has infiltrated every part of our media, including what is passed off as news.


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