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During a 12-hour period when all crime -- including murder -- is legal, a group of seemingly unrelated characters cross paths in a city in an altered America. While the clock winds down, some will fight, some will hide, others will embrace what it means to purge to its fullest extent -- whether for revenge, personal gain, protection, or unadulterated glee. As each character is forced to reckon with his or her past and plot how to better their futures, they soon discover how far they will go on Purge Night.

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aired 3 days ago
A first look at Season 2 of "The Purge."
aired 314 days ago
Penelope takes charge; Miguel and Pete grapple with an unexpected enemy.
aired 318 days ago
Joe debates the Purge with Jane; Miguel teams up with Pete to rescue Penelope.
aired 318 days ago
Lila grapples with rejection; Miguel and Penelope seek the safety of the Cantina.
aired 318 days ago
Miguel and Penelope hike the forest. Jane must endure David's party. Rick doubts Lila's intentions.
aired 318 days ago
Joe remembers the past. Miguel confronts Henry. Jane learns a dark truth about David Ryker.
aired 318 days ago
Catalina warns Jenna; Henry torments Penelope; Jane goes on a ride along with the Matron Saints.
aired 318 days ago
Jane must leave the office; Lila consoles Jenna; Penelope is thrust into the Carnival of Flesh.
aired 318 days ago
Penelope prepares for her sacrifice; Rick and Jenna weigh the cost of closing their business deal.
aired 318 days ago
Jane considers the morality of Purge; Miguel searches for Pete the Cop.
aired 318 days ago
Once a year, any and all crime -- including murder -- is legal in America for a period of 12 hours.
aired 371 days ago
Carson Cruz and Rachel Stamp unveil the latest products as Purge Night approaches.
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A first look at the newest season of the TV series, "The Purge."

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