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Lay Thee Before Kings 

With the threat of the New Delphi army hot on their trail, Alex finds unexpected shelter in which to nurse a wounded Noma. Meanwhile, Michael & Gabriel attempt to escape their mutual ... See full summary »

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Jeff Renfroe

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Vaun Wilmott (created by), Vaun Wilmott | 4 more credits »
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Episode credited cast:
Christopher Egan ... Alex Lannen
Tom Wisdom ... Michael
Roxanne McKee ... Claire Riesen
Carl Beukes ... Gabriel
Shivani Ghai ... Arika
Luke Allen-Gale ... William Whele
Kim Engelbrecht ... Sgt. Noma Walker
Anthony Head ... David Whele
Alan Dale ... General Edward Riesen
Nic Bishop ... Gates Foley
Jonah Wineberg ... Young David
Hakeem Kae-Kazim ... The Prophet
Christina Chong ... Zoe
Simon Merrells ... Julian
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Vaneshran Arumugam Vaneshran Arumugam ... Pearson
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With the threat of the New Delphi army hot on their trail, Alex finds unexpected shelter in which to nurse a wounded Noma. Meanwhile, Michael & Gabriel attempt to escape their mutual captivity while revisiting a past that haunts them both. Lastly, Claire calls for a dangerous parlay as David puts a plan in motion to secure his legacy in Vega.

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 August 2015 (USA) See more »

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'Lay thee before Kings' - Dominion on SyFy
31 August 2015 | by rruslingSee all my reviews

This series just get better and better!Series 1 was very good as it built, episode by episode, a strong character base. Lay thee before Kings is a powerful and intricate piece of writing with the actors giving very convincing portrayals to the main characters which leaves you watching with mixed emotions. There are artful flashbacks of the two Archangels which dredge up their complex and sometimes harrowing past which give an insightful and deeper understanding as to how and why they act and think as they do in the present. Gripping, sad and touching {with a hint of very clever humour}, an episode which even dares to {successfully}, dip a toe into Biblical storytelling with a 'Dominion' twist.


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