The Order (2019–2020)
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Finals, Part Two 

The Knights plot to thwart Edward's plan by kidnapping his son. Gabrielle and the Hermetic Counselor interrogate Lilith.


Mathias Herndl


Dennis Heaton, Dennis Heaton (created by) | 1 more credit »




Episode cast overview:
Jake Manley ... Jack Morton
Sarah Grey ... Alyssa Drake
Matt Frewer ... Peter Morton
Max Martini ... Edward Coventry
Adam DiMarco ... Randall Carpio
Katharine Isabelle ... Vera Stone
Louriza Tronco ... Gabrielle Dupres
Aaron Hale Aaron Hale ... Brandon Caruthers
Devery Jacobs ... Lilith Bathory
Thomas Elms ... Hamish Duke
Dylan Playfair ... Clay Turner
Ian Tracey ... Jurgen Sawyer
Kayla Heller ... Selena
Christian Michael Cooper ... Maddox
Françoise Yip ... Kepler (as Francoise Yip)


With Jack in near-suicidal grief, Alyssa brings in an ally to help him and the Knights of St. Christopher against Edward and The Order. As Edward nears the end of the time allotment to become one with the Vade Maecum Infernal, he readies to sacrifice of his first-born son but crucially doesn't realize who that is. Meanwhile, Kelper and Gabrielle interrogate a captive and lead an attack. The endgame nears for all. Written by statmanjeff

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Drama | Fantasy | Horror



Did You Know?


At the end of the episode while member of the Order are cleaning out Edwards office. Two members pick up a heavy golden chest with wooden poles on both sides and two golden angels facing each other with their wings spread out on the lid. This is meant to represent the long lost Ark of the Covennant. See more »


Vera Stone: Single barrel. At least your grandfather had SOME taste. It certainly wasn't in interior design.
Jack Morton: Insult my grandfather again and see what happens.
Vera Stone: Mind your tone, Acolyte,
Jack Morton: Go fuck yourself, Magus!
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References This Is Us (2016) See more »


Written by Laurence Lafond-Beaulne, Camille Poliquin
Performed by Milk & Bone
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No spoilers, but the last five minutes of the first season...meh.
16 March 2019 | by jdoneagainSee all my reviews

I'm giving it a five because for the first 40 minutes, this episode was great - it brought a pretty cool conclusion and not an entirely expected one. If the show had ended five minutes earlier, I likely would have given it a 9 or a 10. Overall, I enjoyed the series, despite (at times) some so-so acting and some rather unbelievable situations that pushed into incredulity, much less my suspension of disbelief.

But, WOW, that ending was so bad, I don't know if I will even go back for a second season, if there is one after that nonsense of an ending. It's so bad that it made me wonder why I wasted 9 hours of my life on it in the first place,

I feel bad for the actors who had to put up with that ridiculous writing of this episode.

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7 March 2019 (USA) See more »

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