Graceland (2013–2015)
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Plans take a turn for the worse when Charlie attempts to pull Amber from Florida, and in an effort to aid Briggs, Paige sets up a bust to pull the plug on the Sarkissian organization. However, things are not always as they seem.

Director:

Maja Vrvilo

Writers:

Jeff Eastin (created by), Matt MacLeod | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Daniel Sunjata ... Agent Paul Briggs
Aaron Tveit ... Agent Mike Warren
Vanessa Ferlito ... Agent Catherine 'Charlie' DeMarco
Brandon Jay McLaren ... Agent Dale Jakes
Manny Montana ... Agent Joe 'Johnny' Tuturro
Serinda Swan ... Agent Paige Arkin
Rhys Coiro ... Ari Adamian
Brit Morgan ... Amber
Val Lauren ... Toros Berbarian
Tom Schanley ... Cash Windgate
Katherine Kampko Katherine Kampko ... Madison Feigl (as Katherine Crawford)
Roger Floyd ... Gene Windgate
Adam Thayer ... Rodney 'Reggie' Windgate
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Mike makes progress in his desperate search to make sense of the drugged cartel fiend's diary as lover and pills rush mate of Gusti's partner Madison Feigl, but the Graceland mates stage an intervention and threaten to his career unless he goes into rehab. Paul refuses to let the Sarkissian mob go, although his job is n the line, so he has mates stage a fake arms deal, but it's betrayed to the LAPD. Amber leads Charlie and drug 'client' Jake to a Florida supply bunch including a corrupt cop, but it ends in glades horror with a cruel twist for unsuspecting Paul's baby. Written by KGF Vissers

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Action | Crime | Drama

Certificate:

TV-14
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Release Date:

6 August 2015 (USA) See more »

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All goes bad
8 August 2018 | by larssmidtSee all my reviews

This story gets more and more pathetic. Now there are no more good guys left and all the "agents" are now behaving like teen screwups more than anything. We are now mostly dealing with drug abuse and murder coverups amongst the agents. There are still too many sub stories to keep a straight line through the story, that still seems to be there behind all this chaos. Most series have either a story through each season or individuals in each episode. This has on one hand both and the other none. Too bad this has turned into a very bad written agent series, it started out good in S01 and went downhill from there, and this episode just proves it is still going downhill.


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