TURN: Washington's Spies (2014–2017)
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Of Cabbages and Kings 

On the run from the British, Ben is betrayed by his own militia. Abe travels with Richard to New York to spy. Mary confronts Anna.

Director:

S.J. Clarkson (as SJ Clarkson)

Writers:

Alexander Rose (based on the book "Washington's Spies" by), Craig Silverstein (developed by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jamie Bell ... Abraham Woodhull
Seth Numrich ... Ben Tallmadge
Daniel Henshall ... Caleb Brewster
Heather Lind ... Anna Strong
Meegan Warner ... Mary Woodhull
Kevin McNally ... Judge Richard Woodhull (as Kevin R. McNally)
Burn Gorman ... Major Hewlett (credit only)
Angus Macfadyen ... Robert Rogers (credit only)
Samuel Roukin ... Lt. John Simcoe
JJ Feild ... Major John Andre (credit only)
Michael Gaston ... General Scott
Jonny Coyne ... Col. Jonathan Cooke
Niko Nicotera ... Eben
Jacob Leinbach ... Newt
Joseph Carlson Joseph Carlson ... Quill
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Storyline

On the run from the British, Ben is betrayed by his own militia. Abe travels with Richard to New York to spy. Mary confronts Anna.

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Genres:

Drama | History | War

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 April 2014 (USA) See more »

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Color:

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Trivia

The episode title is from the book "Through the Looking Glass" by Lewis Carroll, which was published in 1871, almost a hundred years after this episode takes place. See more »

Goofs

As Caleb rows away from the dock he taunts the British soldiers by singing "Farewell Spanish Ladies." This song was written during the Napoleonic Wars, years after the American Revolution. See more »

Soundtracks

The British Grenadiers
(uncredited)
Traditional
[Simcoe hums at the dinner table; also heard as British soldiers march in New York]
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