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Sons of Liberty 

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The story of a group of very different men fighting in the American Colonies for freedom, and how they will shape the future for the United States of America. Based on true stories.
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Series cast summary:
Ben Barnes ...  Sam Adams 3 episodes, 2015
Marton Csokas ...  General Thomas Gage 3 episodes, 2015
Ryan Eggold ...  Joseph Warren 3 episodes, 2015
Henry Thomas ...  John Adams 3 episodes, 2015
Michael Raymond-James ...  Paul Revere 3 episodes, 2015
Rafe Spall ...  John Hancock 3 episodes, 2015
Jason O'Mara ...  George Washington 3 episodes, 2015
Dean Norris ...  Ben Franklin 3 episodes, 2015
Shane Taylor ...  Thomas Preston (2014) 3 episodes, 2015
Emily Berrington ...  Margaret Kemble Gage 3 episodes, 2015
Kevin Ryan ...  John Pitcairn 3 episodes, 2015
Diarmaid Murtagh ...  Tim Kelly / ... 3 episodes, 2015
Darren Connolly Darren Connolly ...  Sergeant Urquhart 3 episodes, 2015
John Heffernan ...  Governor's Aide 3 episodes, 2015
Radu Iacoban ...  Private Woodruff 3 episodes, 2015
David Lipper ...  Amos 3 episodes, 2015
Andrew Pleavin ...  Mr. Whittier 3 episodes, 2015
Denis Stefan Denis Stefan ...  The Wingman 3 episodes, 2015
Sean Gilder ...  Thomas Hutchinson 2 episodes, 2015
Hadley Fraser ...  John Dickinson 2 episodes, 2015
Daisy Lewis ...  Abigail Adams 2 episodes, 2015
Christopher Sciueref ...  Private Seidel 2 episodes, 2015
Lex Shrapnel ...  William Dawes 2 episodes, 2015


The story of a group of very different men fighting in the American Colonies for freedom, and how they will shape the future for the United States of America. Based on true stories.

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Release Date:

25 January 2015 (USA) See more »

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Sons of Liberty See more »

Filming Locations:

Romania See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Samuel Adams was fifty-years-old in 1772, three years before Lexington and Concord. See more »


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Referenced in Chelsea Lately: Episode #8.109 (2014) See more »

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Hey, History Channel! Audiences are changing and so should you.
4 March 2015 | by traciemyangSee all my reviews

When film and television tackle the intricacies of historical events it's always a tricky and difficult task. Filmmakers will never be able to please all the masses because history is and has always been a matter of cultural, social, political and national perspective. That's what makes history so fascinating and so wonder to use in the medium of film and television. To tell and story that will entice and inspire people to learn about the history and the time periods that seem alien to modern day life.

That being said, not only does this show not do the history justice but by extension it fails to give the historical events any context that may allow viewers a chance to truly connect with the circumstances and dilemmas people faced at the time . The "Sons of Liberty" are cardboard cut outs at best and whose dialogue are stilted and constantly garbled in "British bad. British mean. British evil".

If you want to accurately portray history and entice an audience with a wonderful story, perhaps it would be best, History Channel, if you were to leave behind the 'good vs. evil' cliché and go with some nuanced characters and a nuanced storyline. Treat your audiences with more respect than that. If you want to write a complete inaccurate account about Sam Adams as a Batman-like, super hero off to bring about the American Revolution single-handedly. Fine. But if you are going to take such liberties at least breathe some life into the story and the time the Founding Fathers lived in.

Audiences don't need to see villain stereotypes strutting maniacally across the screen or heroes brooding, walking angrily down the streets in slow motion. Newsflash: none of that is compelling! We want to see real people, with real virtues and real flaws. That's history.

And for parents who are looking to educate their kids with this show...you are better off sticking with "Liberty's Kids". At least they make an effort to write some nuance into the show.

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