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Odelle Ballard obtains files that prove a major U.S. corporation is secretly funding terrorists.


Peter Horton


Adam Armus (created by), Nora Kay Foster (created by) (as Kay Foster) | 4 more credits »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Facinelli ... Peter Decker
Anna Friel ... Odelle Ballard
Jake Robinson ... Harrison Walters
Jim True-Frost ... Ron Ballard
Sadie Sink ... Suzanne Ballard
Omar Ghazaoui ... Aslam
Nate Mooney ... Bob Offer
Elena Kampouris ... Maya Decker
Daniella Pineda ... Ruby Simms
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje ... Frank Majors
Treat Williams ... Colonel Stephen Glen
Darren Goldstein ... Joe Abrams
Jayne Houdyshell ... Rose Offer
Jay O. Sanders ... Alex
Sarah Wynter ... Sarah Decker


In North Africa, Sgt. Odelle Ballard (Anna Friel) stumbles upon computer files that show a major U.S corporation is secretly funding terrorists. She is able to download the files onto a jump drive, but her unit is attacked before she can tell anyone. While the world is told that her entire team was tragically wiped out by enemy militants, Odelle, the sole survivor, knows the truth: they were attacked by private AMERICAN military contractors because of the information she has on her jump drive. In New York City, corporate litigator Peter Decker (Peter Facinelli) finds himself embroiled with the same corporation Odelle discovered to be funding jihadists. As Peter begins to connect the dots of corruption in the private sphere, political activist Harrison Walters (Jake Robinson) suspects a government cover-up when he meets a hacker (Nate Mooney) with proof that Odelle is still alive.

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A location caption reads 'Mali, North Africa', however though Mali is in northwestern Africa it is considered to be in West Africa. See more »


[last lines]
Alex: [answering phone] Yeah.
Colonel Stephen Glen: [answering phone] Hey, it's me. I just got off with Decker. He's not giving up. He's got friends with resources. Could be a problem going forward.
Alex: I'll handle it...
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Insulting to intelligence
6 May 2015 | by derek-redicanSee all my reviews

It will take probably just two episodes to for you to find out that the scriptwriters have absolutely no understanding of the word 'credibility'. This is the TV version of a very old British institution, the pantomime, where the audience shouting 'behind you!' is all part of the typical panto experience.

The series starts off well enough to get you interested but by episode 2, you're starting to to sniff out the unfortunate fact that the script is seriously flawed. The writers don't seem to know where to take you but keep digging the hole of confusion deeper and deeper. All the main characters come across as truly brainless and no amount of shouting 'behind you' can either save them or you, from simply switching off.

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Release Date:

5 April 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Massachusetts, USA

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