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After scoring a hit with a series set in the 1960s, AMC travels much further back in time for "TURN: Washington's Spies," a Revolutionary War-era drama based on the same-named Alexander Rose novel. The series goes beyond the battlefront to a conflict involving everyday men and women, taking place in a cryptic world of double agents, covert operations and code-breaking. It revolves around Abe Woodhull, a young farmer torn between loyalty to his Tory background and respect for those who fight for the Patriot cause. Living on British-occupied Long Island, Abe joins a group of his childhood friends to form what becomes known as the Culper Ring, a spy network charged with sniffing out British military strategy. Under the direction of Gen. Washington, Abe and his fellow agents help turn the war to the Continentals' favor, and their daring efforts ultimately serve as the foundation for modern espionage.

Latest episodes

aired 38 days ago
The fate of the Culper Ring is revealed; the American War of Independence comes to an end; shadows and spies settle accounts; America struggles to begin.
aired 38 days ago
Washington heads south to lay siege on Yorktown; Abe volunteers for the Continental Army; Peggy goes into labor.
aired 39 days ago
Abe and Simcoe settle their score; Ben appeals to Gen. Washington; Townsend risks everything while Caleb seeks redemption.
aired 39 days ago
Ben's plan to kidnap Benedict Arnold conflicts with Abe's plan to kill Simcoe; changing loyalties turn enemies into allies.
aired 39 days ago
The plot to kidnap Benedict Arnold is hatched; Peggy learns Cicero's secret; Washington and the French clash over strategy.
aired 40 days ago
Abe joins Arnold's legion in New York; Abe seeks revenge against Simcoe in New York; a visitor from Anna's past comes to the continental camp.
aired 40 days ago
A mutiny erupts in camp; the Culper Ring must chart a new course; Arnold finds an unlikely ally; Rivington teaches Townsend a lesson.
aired 40 days ago
Abe's plan to rescue Caleb becomes deadly; Anna must make a difficult decision; Arnold believes Peggy is keeping secrets.
aired 41 days ago
When one of the Culper Ring members is captured, Arnold seeks to interrogate him.
aired 41 days ago
Benedict Arnold rounds up spies in New York; Abe plots to destroy essential British supplies.
aired 46 days ago
The captured spies on both sides of the war head to the gallows; Benedict Arnold demands glory revenge.
aired 46 days ago
Benedict Arnold plots to give West Point to the British; Andre negotiates for Peggy; Abe plots a revolt in Setauket.
aired 46 days ago
The Culper Ring resurrects with enough time to save Washington's army; Simcoe terrorizes Setauket while he hunts for Rogers; Anna infiltrates New York.
aired 47 days ago
Mary attempts to kill Simcoe by herself; Benedict Arnold defends himself in his court-martial; Ben reunites with his savior.
aired 47 days ago
Washington goes to Benedict Arnold's Philadelphia ball; Abe tries to stop Rogers from reaching Townsend; old friends and enemies collide.
aired 47 days ago
Townsend discovers a British counterfeiting operation; Rogers threatens to ruin Abe's spying ring; Richard faces a threat from Simcoe.
aired 48 days ago
A mysterious woman rescues Ben; Abe tries to stop Anna and Hewlett's marriage; Arnold negotiates with the British and Andrew betrays Peggy.
aired 48 days ago
Peggy gets Benedict Arnold to contact the British; Caleb plans an ambush for Simcoe; Anna tries to save Major Hewlett.
aired 48 days ago
Abe's cover is blown and Anna tries to save the ring; Benedict Arnold faces treason charges and seeks Washington's help in defense; Townsend sends a signal.
aired 49 days ago
Abe and an unlikely accomplice cover up a murder; Benedict Arnold abuses his power while settling into his new Philadelphia home.
aired 101 days ago
Abe plots Major Hewlett's assassination; Ben fights at the Battle of Monmouth; Benedict Arnold longs for Peggy.

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