Hostages (2013–2014)
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Endgame 

As Ellen prepares to operate on the President, the First Lady (recurring guest star MARY ELIZABETH MASTRANTONIO) confronts her and forces Ellen to tell the truth about the assassination plot.

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Jeffrey Nachmanoff

Writers:

Alon Aranya (developer), Jeffrey Nachmanoff (developer) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Toni Collette ... Dr. Ellen Sanders
Tate Donovan ... Brian Sanders
Rhys Coiro ... Kramer Daly
Sandrine Holt ... Sandrine Renault
Billy Brown ... Archer Petit
Quinn Shephard ... Morgan Sanders
Mateus Ward ... Jake Sanders
James Naughton ... President Paul Kincaid
Dylan McDermott ... Duncan Carlisle
Chance Kelly ... Billy Collins
Joanne Kelly ... Vanessa Moore
Larry Pine ... Burton Delaney
Tim Ransom ... Dr. Hank Evans
Francie Swift ... Nina
Jim True-Frost ... Logan
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As Ellen prepares to operate on the President, the First Lady (recurring guest star MARY ELIZABETH MASTRANTONIO) confronts her and forces Ellen to tell the truth about the assassination plot.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 January 2014 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Last show of the series. See more »

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When Duncan fights with Archer, they throw a bowl of fruit off the table as they fall down on it but in the subsequent shots the bowl is still sitting on the table. See more »

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A moral end to an often amoral series
9 January 2014 | by philhodgmanSee all my reviews

This series has proceeded in a kind of ethical limbo throughout. Many people are killed, some good, some bad, but all as a result of the plot to kill the President. The attitude towards all this killing has seemed to be that some innocents died but most who died deserved it, and anyway, the end justified the means.

This episode at least attempts to rectify this ambivalence of morality. Wrong is wrong serves as the final message. Non-participants and those who strove to stay above the amoral fray win in the end. Those who did not, for the most part, receive appropriate punishment, or at least are haunted by their actions.

The final episode is very thrilling with a number of twists. The end is predictable, but how the episode got to the end is not. Clearly, the series is wrapped up, conceding that this is in effect the series finale.


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