Banshee (2013–2016)
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Proctor has to deal with an angry brotherhood, Calvin faces Kurt, while Hood and Veronica come to a big realization.

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Ole Christian Madsen (as OC Madsen)

Writers:

Jonathan Tropper (created by), David Schickler (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Antony Starr ... Lucas Hood
Ivana Milicevic ... Carrie Hopewell
Ulrich Thomsen ... Kai Proctor
Frankie Faison ... Sugar Bates
Hoon Lee ... Job
Matt Servitto ... Sheriff Brock Lotus
Ryann Shane ... Deva Hopewell
Lili Simmons ... Rebecca Bowman
Matthew Rauch ... Clay Burton
Tom Pelphrey ... Kurt Bunker
Chris Coy ... Calvin Bunker
Eliza Dushku ... Veronica Dawson
Nestor Serrano ... Emilio Loera
Dan Butler ... Senator Mitchum
Jennifer Landon ... Lilith Bode
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Storyline

In the series finale, Lucas decides to leave Banshee, but discovers the murder case he believe closed may be reopened, while Proctor looks to finalize a deal with the Colombians after his intense faceoff with the Brotherhood. Carrie enacts one final act of vengeance; and Brock demands Bunker pledge his allegiance. Written by bonz6596-507-522839

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USA

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English

Release Date:

20 May 2016 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Vandergrift, Pennsylvania, USA

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Trivia

The last line on the show, when Sugar tells Hood: "There's only one question left to ask yourself: what are you going to do now?" Was said before on the show. Sugar says the same thing to Hood on episode 2 of season 2, when they're talking in the bar. See more »

Goofs

When the tractor trailer arrives at the airport and the rear doors are opened, the inside of the right door shows no markings. After the explosion as Burton and Proctor are going to the car, the inside of the door has a tape strip and a stenciled number on it.(the number also does not match the numbers on the outside of the trailer shown as it arrived.) See more »

Quotes

Sugar Bates: [Series Closing Dialogue] I was just remembering the first time you walked in here. I never could have imagined. You know, some might say you weren't all that bad at that whole sheriff thing.
Lucas Hood: Yeah, and other people might say I was the worst fucking thing that ever happened to this town.
Sugar Bates: Putting that badge on the way you did, I never thought you'd be walking out of here on your own two feet.
Lucas Hood: Neither did I. You know, I probably wouldn't if it wasn't for you.
Sugar Bates: You know you hid up on that mountain ...
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A Review from a Die-hard Fan
28 June 2016 | by A_Different_DrummerSee all my reviews

1. Done a lot of reviews here, seen a lot of TV. Seems like just yesterday I was watching Richard Boone in Have Gun Will Travel. Banshee reminds me a lot of that show. It seemed to be one thing but really was another entirely. It, like Banshee, was a restless show, never content to stay in one place, always looking to break new ground. Banshee is my own personal top-rated TV action/drama show of all time. I think it is ground-breaking, and I think parts of it will be imitated for years to come by lesser writers and producers.

2. Already said in an earlier review that Banshee (aside from comments above) is one of the only shows in the history of TV to voluntarily walk away. Wow. That takes guts. Interviews with the producers said that this season, the wrap up, was simply "for the fans."

3. On behalf of the fans I thank you. Going into this season, the writers and producers knew in advance they could not top themselves. How could they? I will never forget the episode with the MMA star that Hood has to tune up ... because no one else will. I will never forget the episode with the Jason Stratham clone. I will never forget the women of the series who actually were (for the first time in TV) as dangerous as they were beautiful. I will never forget the explosive violence that usually popped up out of nowhere and shocked viewers who believed (mistakenly) that they knew in advance where an episode was headed.

4. Knowing they could not top themselves, the producers kept their promise to the letter. This last season was really for the fans only and it was a gentle goodbye. I confess I will really miss this series. I take comfort in the fact that any cast regular from Banshee can walk into any production office in Hollywood and instantly be offered a part. Banshee is more than a show. It is a pedigree. It is proof of greatness. And it it is part of TV history.


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