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Season 1, Episode 17 – Senator Bowman creates problems for President Kirkman in trying to fill a new supreme court, while journalist Abe Leonard is back to stir up trouble by writing an explosive article that would expose the true nature of the Capitol Hill attack. Speaking of which, Agent Wells and Atwood are in small town in North Dakota to uncover a possible terrorist cell location.
Season 1, Episode 16 – It’s down to the wire as President Kirkman and his administration work hard to get the majority of votes to pass an important gun control bill through Congress. Meanwhile, Agent Wells takes her alarming new discovery to get to the bottom of possible future attacks.
Season 1, Episode 15 – While President Kirkman makes an ambitious speech, in order to bring his administration back on track, the First Lady makes a controversial statement, which creates an unexpected setback. Meanwhile, Agent Wells makes some vital headway in tracking down the mysterious woman involved with the bombing.
Season 1, Episode 14 – Agent Wells’ investigation into the Capitol bombing encounters some surprising and important new information. Meanwhile, a conflict in an African country forces President Kirkman to rely on a new ally for help.
Season 1, Episode 13 – In the fallout from last week’s shocking events, a rogue journalist reveals classified information, sending the White House into damage control. While, the investigation into MacLeish continues to reveal new surprising information.
Season 1, Episode 12 – As the truth of Vice President MacLeish becomes clear, Agent Wells and President Kirkman race against the clock to find evidence to take him down, but danger and some unexpected turns shift matters into high gear.
Cristian Barros interviews Ben Rodriguez on the creation of his new digital series, Pushy Riots, a buddy adventure story with a unique voice. Rodriguez discusses why digital is the new platform for creators as well as the challenges it poses.
Season 1, Episode 11 – The second half of season one kicks off into high gear as the recipient of the assassin gunshot is revealed, which becomes the catalyst to the chaotic events that follow.
Season 1, Episode 10 – In the mid-season finale, it’s a race against the clock as MacLeish is about to be sworn in as Vice President in front of the whole world. New clues and twists present themselves in uncovering the conspiracy about the Capitol Hill bombing, but at what price?
Season 1, Episode 9 – In the penultimate episode before the mid-season finale, an NSA worker leaks classified documents that will leave a lasting impression on the Kirkman administration. Meanwhile, MacLeish is under a congressional hearing to validate his qualifications for the Vice Presidency and Kimble will stop at nothing to persecute him.
Season 1, Episode 8 – On the eve of an election that will decide a new House of Representatives, the threat of bioterrorism could put the whole operation in jeopardy. Meanwhile, the bombing investigation leads to some surprising twists that will have ramifications moving forward.
Season 1, Episode 7 – President Kirkman has his hands full this week with various crisis involving the Russians, U.S. athletes, and who may be his son’s real father. While in FBI land, we get closer to solving the MacLeish mystery, but not until some last-minute reveals bring the case into jeopardy.
Season 1, Episode 6 – The capture of suspected and “alleged” terrorist Nassar leads to some surprising results, while President Kirkman must deal with the nation’s governors in order to create a new congress.
Season 1, Episode 5 – President Kirkman’s manhunt for the terrorist (supposedly) responsible for the attack hits some bumps, while the FBI investigation leads to an alarming discovery, which will have an effect on Kirkman’s administration.
Season 1, Episode 4 – President Kirkman is forced to step up to the plate when a wanted terrorist, possibly tied to the attack, is located, but Kirkman may be facing impending threats within his own administration.
Season 3, Episode 3 – In the wake of the remarkable news of a survivor being found in the rubbles of the attack, President Kirkman faces new challenges in running the country. Meanwhile, there is plenty of intrigue on who is to be trusted inside the walls of the White House.
Season 1, Episode 2 – In the aftermath of the Capitol Hill attack, President Kirkman faces an uphill battle in gaining the trust of the country.
Season 1, Episode 1 – In the Designated Survivor series premiere, we meet an ordinary cabinet member of congress, who through extraordinary circumstances becomes the leader of the free world.
After seven episodes of build-up and anticipation, the Night Of has reached its conclusion in the case of Naz, on trial for the murder of Andrea. Things took some interesting and unexpected turns in the finale as some people found redemption, while others paid the price for their actions.
In the penultimate episode of what has become on the best shows currently on TV, Naz continues to lose himself to prison life, just as his trial takes some unexpected detours.
In this week’s episode, Naz’s trial begins, as two new characters are introduced into the action and Naz falls deeper into prison life.
In this week’s episode, Naz transforms himself in order to adapt and survive prison life, but at what cost? Only three episodes left and we continue to find ourselves invested for more answers.
In this week’s chapter of The Night Of, Naz learns what is necessary in order to survive and makes some critical power moves in an episode that poses as many new questions as it does decisions.
In the third chapter of The Night Of, Naz finds himself needing to adapt to prison life and meets a mysterious new figure who will either be his savior or executioner.
The captivating premiere had us all on the edge of our seat. How was innocent-seeming Naz (Riz Ahmed) to untangle the predicament at the center of The Night Of? In the second chapter, entitled “Subtle Beast,” the saying refers to the quiet desperation facing all of the characters.