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Starring Pierce Brosnan as charismatic Texas rancher Eli McCullough, "The Son" is a sweeping family saga based on Philipp Meyer's same-title best-seller. Hourlong episodes trace the McCullough heritage across 150 years and three generations, focusing on Eli's transformation from hard-working family man to paranoid, calculating killer. He's desperate to ensure his legacy by building a ranching-and-oil dynasty of unsurpassed wealth, a plan that ultimately pits him against his well-off Spanish neighbor, Pedro Garcia. A series of flashbacks brings viewers into the world of a young Eli and his father figure, Comanche war chief Toshaway, and explores the McCullough's ascension to become a powerful family dynasty in Texas.

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The Comanches go to war in 1852; in 1916, the McCulloughs' fight with Standard Oil reaches a breaking point; Eli takes a scalp.
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In 1852, Young Eli's Comanche band are forced to survive on their own; in 1916, the McCulloughs search for Maria; Jeannie discovers a devastating secret.
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In 1852, Young Eli must protect Ingrid; in 1916, a new attack from Standard Oil forces the McCullough family to come together.
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In 1852, Young Eli is forced to hide a deadly secret; in 1916, Maria's return brings devastating consequences for the McCulloughs' oil business.
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Young Eli's Comanches must survive a dangerous journey in 1852; in 1915, Eli and Pete are forced to work together to deal with a new enemy.
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A new danger reveals old wounds in Young Eli's tribe in 1852; in 1916, Eli and Phineas try to fight off Standard Oil as Maria Garcia returns.
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After a devastating attack, Young Eli must help the Comanches regroup in 1852; in 1915, Pete's return causes fractures in the McCullough family.
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Young Eli leads a daring Comanche raid into Mexico in 1852; in 1915, the McCullough family confronts a threat to their growing oil business.
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The tribe faces an unexpected return; Eli's plan for the future forces Pete into a life-or-death decision about his loyalties.
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Young Eli must trust a strange ally to survive; Eli's past guides him to a choice that puts him and Phineas at odds.
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Prairie Flower is torn between love and duty; Pete grows closer to Maria; Eli brings Phineas in on a dangerous secret.
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Young Eli must navigate tribal politics; a crisis forces Pete and Sally into a decision that will change the family.
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Young Eli makes a choice with dangerous consequences; the McCulloughs deal with a tragedy; Jeannie wants to save the family.
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An enemy forces Young Eli to question his loyalties; the McCulloughs' past comes back to haunt them, with deadly results.
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Young Eli faces a test of survival; the McCulloughs enact a dangerous plan to take the fight to their enemy.
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Young Eli trains as a warrior, but makes enemies; Eli and Phineas struggle to help the family in Austin; Pete faces his demons.
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Young Eli learns to live among the Comanches; Eli and Pete clash over a response to an attack on their home.
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Eli McCullough survives a Comanche attack in 1849, and in 1915, leads his family's empire through difficult times.
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Eli McCullough leads his family's empire through difficult times after a frontier Comanche attack in 1849; in 1915, Eli and Pete clash over a response to an attack.
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In 1852, Young Eli is forced into a life-changing decision; in 1916, Eli wages a final war with Standard Oil, forcing a confrontation with Pete.
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In 1852, Young Eli's tribe encounters soldiers that make an unexpected offer; in 1916, Pete makes a decision that could tear the family apart.

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