TURN: Washington's Spies (2014–2017)
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Washington's Spies 

The fate of the Culper ring is revealed. The war for American independence ends and America struggles to begin.


Jeremy Webb


Alexander Rose (based on the book "Washington's Spies" by), Craig Silverstein (developed by) | 3 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jamie Bell ... Abraham Woodhull
Seth Numrich ... Ben Tallmadge
Daniel Henshall ... Caleb Brewster
Heather Lind ... Anna Strong
Meegan Warner ... Mary Woodhull
Burn Gorman ... Major Hewlett
Samuel Roukin ... Lt. John Simcoe
Kevin McNally ... Judge Richard Woodhull (as Kevin R. McNally) (credit only)
Ksenia Solo ... Peggy Shippen
Ian Kahn ... General George Washington
Owain Yeoman ... Benedict Arnold
Nick Westrate ... Robert Townsend
Aldis Hodge ... Jordan
John Carroll Lynch ... James Rivington
Paul Rhys ... King George III


The fate of the Culper ring is revealed. The war for American independence ends and America struggles to begin.

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Drama | History | War



Did You Know?


The memorial to John Andre that Benedict and Peggy Arnold view is actually the case used to return his remains to England (as indicated by the writing on the side). He was buried in New York following his execution, but his remains were repatriated to England (in this case) in 1821, so Benedict Arnold (who died in 1801) could not have viewed this box.

However, there is a memorial to Andre in Westminster Abbey, placed there in 1782 expense of King George III, and is as described in the episode. Benedict and Peggy Arnold did visit this memorial in their lifetimes. (Andre's remains were buried in the Abbey after the repatriation, near this memorial). Westminster Abby still has possession of the case from the United States as well. See more »


Abraham Woodhull: [Washington gives him a checque] No no this is this is your own. I can't accept this.
General George Washington: It was a very hard lesson but I have learned well: a failure to settle accounts can turn friend to foe. Whereas the payment of a debt is freedom felt by all.
[Abe is overcome]
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Written by Joy Williams, Charlie Peacock and Matt Berninger
Performed by Matt Berninger and Joy Williams
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The ending it deserved
7 June 2018 | by lm-510-875081See all my reviews

Overall a mixed series but with an overall drive and passion that kept us watching. A perfect ending to the series with genuine emotion.

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12 August 2017 (USA) See more »

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