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Ronald's entanglement with LH7 comes home to roost, aggravating his relationship with Nick. With the 100 million-user mark approaching, Nick makes a disturbing choice to protect his own ... See full summary »

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Ben Ketai

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Ben Ketai (created by), Ben Ketai | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Adam Brody ... Nick Talman
Edi Gathegi ... Ronald Dacey
Otmara Marrero ... Izzy Morales
Addison Timlin ... Mara Chandler
Mira Sorvino ... Rebecca Stroud
Ron Perlman ... Wes Chandler
Tyler Labine
Zachary Knighton
Reina Hardesty ... Stella Namura
Kristen Ariza ... Tamara Dacey
Al Vicente ... Det. Holbrook
Dayo Ade ... Officer Jules
Fredrick Bam Scott ... Emmanuel
Fernando Tarrazo Fernando Tarrazo ... Sal
Jevon White ... Gilles
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Ronald's entanglement with LH7 comes home to roost, aggravating his relationship with Nick. With the 100 million-user mark approaching, Nick makes a disturbing choice to protect his own interests. Izzy agonizes over Stroud's final orders. Mara sets in motion her own nefarious PR strategy.

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Crime | Thriller

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Not Rated
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Release Date:

1 November 2018 (USA) See more »

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Pure Gold
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Performed by Carl Hauck
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Your business is my business, my business is my own!
7 January 2019 | by feyipukSee all my reviews

The company is on the plenty of Government radars that want Araknet to fail, Ronald is willing to for go the companies rules to help the NSA, yet yet again his personal matters are his personal matters, despite how badly they may affect the companies image. The team are all riled up that their network is being used in the process of killing people but don't ask why is a homicide officer questioning Ronald? Will someone beat some sense into Ronald? Doubt it, but interesting to see how the moral dilemma plays out.


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