The Order (2019–2020)
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Hell Week, Part One 

Jack pledges to a secret society steeped in mystery and magic, and soon a series of strange murders sets the campus on edge.

Director:

David Von Ancken

Writers:

Dennis Heaton, Dennis Heaton (created by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jake Manley ... Jack Morton
Sarah Grey ... Alyssa Drake
Matt Frewer ... Peter Morton
Sam Trammell ... Eric Clarke
Adam DiMarco ... Randall Carpio
Katharine Isabelle ... Vera Stone
Louriza Tronco ... Gabrielle Dupres
Aaron Hale Aaron Hale ... Brandon Caruthers
Jedidiah Goodacre ... Kyle
Dylan Playfair ... Clay Turner
Hiro Kanagawa ... Detective Hayashi
Ty Wood ... Gregory
Ajay Friese ... Amir
Matt Visser ... Weston
Drew Ray Tanner ... Todd (as Drew Tanner)
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Storyline

High school standout Jack Morton enters college. Along with the usual freshman experiences of forming friendships, developing rivalries and getting stuck with a weird roommate, Jack aggressively pursues joining the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose, a secret society of capable witches, in which to lay the foundation for revenge (aided by his grandfather) against the man who caused the death of his mother. There is, however, a snag in the plan: someone or some thing killing off the pledges. Written by statmanjeff

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Genres:

Drama | Fantasy | Horror

Certificate:

TV-MA
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Trivia

The school was said to be founded by a privateer for the Continental Navy (a Pirate) which should indicate that the school was founded in the late 1700s, however a sign indicates that the school was established in 1687. See more »

Quotes

Gregory: They cut me and kept THAT waste of skin?
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Connections

References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Interesting concept
6 July 2020 | by CalicodreaminSee all my reviews

The first episode of the order has an intriguing concept, but somewhat flawed execution. The storyline feels a bit disjointed and the dialogue has no flow. The acting is okay, but not great.


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Release Date:

7 March 2019 (USA) See more »

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Nomadic Pictures See more »
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