Counterpart (2017–2019)
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Twin Cities 

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The origins of the Crossing are revealed.

Director:

Justin Marks

Writers:

Maegan Houang (staff writer), Justin Marks (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Samuel Roukin ... Young Yanek
James Cromwell ... Yanek
Christiane Paul ... Mira
Julia Koschitz Julia Koschitz ... Isabell
Ivanno Jeremiah ... Young Juma
Martin Glade Martin Glade ... Young Martin
Emilie Neumeister Emilie Neumeister ... Young Mira
Andreas Warmbrunn Andreas Warmbrunn ... Rainer
Laura Bellini ... Ilse
Sarah Bellini ... Ilse Prime
Gregory Zarian ... Volker
Lawrence Zarian ... Volker Prime
Trevor White ... Croft
Thea Rasche Thea Rasche ... Female Assistant
Andy Gatjen ... Inspector (as Andy Gätjen)
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The origins of the Crossing are revealed.

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Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 January 2019 (USA) See more »

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This marks the first time in the series that none of the principal characters (Howard Silk, Peter & Claire Quayle, Emily Burton/Silk or their counterparts) are seen. See more »

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I think I need a cigarette after this
23 January 2019 | by chad-596-13323See all my reviews

Wow. 10/10. I can't remember the last time a TV episode left me so satisfied. I might be looking for a cigarette now if I was a smoker.

Big reveals, but without explaining so much that the series is over. Far, far from it.

The reveals were also very sciency and very technical. Absolutely wonderful.

Season 1 was gritty and overly bloody. I was wondering if I would stick with it. But season 2 has really improved and with this latest episode I can see it only getting better and better.

**** MINOR SPOILERS FOLLOW ****

The difference between what happened in East Berlin between the two, the showing of the butterfly effect, the link to Quantum mechanics and other scientific disciplines.

And all this in one episode in a show that specializes in slow moving reveals.

And, I"m still watching.... they are even explaining the disease and why it only affected one side....


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