Turn: Washington's Spies Season 3
Turn: Washington's Spies season 3 started airing on Monday, April 25, 2016. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S3E10 Trial and Execution
The season consists of 10 episodes.
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Previously on Turn: Washington's Spies: Abe plots to assassinate Major Hewlett, then receives a proposition from an unlikely ally. Ben fights at the Battle of Monmouth (June 28, 1778). Benedict Arnold continues to covet Peggy Shippen.
Mary refused to cooperate with the prosecution of her husband and she flung accusations at the elder Woodhull, too. (I guess she should be glad that the Judge didn’t expose her misdeeds in open court as well.) The tete-a-tete between the two armies' intelligence czars was my favorite scene of the finale. It <...> - per TV Fanatic [Megan King]
Ben saw André’s look of recognition as well, and it’s all clear once he sees Mrs. Arnold is in attendance. André did it for a woman, but not just any woman: a legendary beauty whose radiant eyes André etched in the corner on every portrait he drew. Afterwards, Ben confronts Peggy and presents her with <...> - by Entertainment Weekly [Jeff Labrecque]
Still hoping to turn Benedict Arnold (Owain Yeoman) against General Washington at the behest of Major John Andre (J.J. Field), socialite Peggy Shippen (Ksenia Solo) bolsters her finance's confidences as he faces trial for former offenses and prepares to become lady of the house. She rubs shoulders with <...> - according to Charity's Place - Season 3 [Charity Bishop]
Within the American lines, the issues are as laid out in history books. André has been caught dead to rights. He admits to his mission. The remaining questions are whether he might be exchanged for someone held by the British or, if that can’t be worked out, whether he will be executed by firing squad rather than <...> - according to Den of Geek [J.L Bell]
After a hanging scene shown parallel to Andre's execution -- which, let's face it, seemed a little contrived even if it was well-directed -- the judge scrambled to save Abe with the help of the townsfolk as a contingent of British troops arrived. Major Andre wasn't as lucky on the other side of the battle <...> - by Cleveland Plain Dealer [Patrick Cooley]