‘The Endgame’: 5 things you need to know about the NBC drama series
In a high-stakes game of cat-and-mouse, a criminal mastermind and an FBI agent face off
What happens when an irresistible force, such as an international arms dealer and brilliant criminal genius, collides with an immovable object, an FBI Agent? NBC is back with a new spy drama 'The Endgame', which is a sensual and complex heist show about the extremes to which certain people will go for love, justice, and the truth.
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When does ‘The Endgame’ release and where can you watch it?
‘The Endgame’ series will premiere on NBC on February 21.
What all is ‘The Endgame’ all about?
According to NBC, "In this pulse-pounding, high-stakes two-hander, Morena Baccarin stars as Elena Federova, a recently captured international arms dealer and brilliant criminal mastermind who orchestrates a number of coordinated bank heists throughout New York City for a mysterious purpose. Her antagonist is Val Turner (Ryan Michelle Bathé), the principled, relentless, and socially outcast FBI agent who will stop at nothing to foil her ambitious plan. The gripping heist drama reveals how far some people will go for love, justice, and the most valuable commodity in the world: the truth.
Who stars on ‘The Endgame’?
Morena Baccarin is a Brazilian-American actress who is best known for her roles as Inara Serra in the sci-fi series 'Firefly' and its sequel film, Vanessa in the superhero comedy movie 'Deadpool,' and Jessica Brody in the Showtime series 'Homeland.' In 2013, she was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her role in 'Homeland.'
Ryan Michelle Bathe
Ryan Michelle Bathe was born in St Louis, Missouri, on July 27, 1976. She is an actress and producer who has appeared in films such as ‘One for the Money,’ ‘Boston Legal,’ and ‘This Is Us’.
Others who will star in the show are Costa Ronin, Jordan Johnson-Hinds, Kamal Bolden, Noah Bean, and Mark Damon Espinoza.
The Endgame is produced by Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, with Nicholas Wootton Productions, Jake Coburn Productions, My So-Called Company, and Perfect Storm Entertainment. Nicholas Wootton writes and executive produces. Jake Coburn, Julie Plec, Emily Cummins, Andrew Schneider, and Justin Lin, who directed the pilot, will also executive produce.
Below is the trailer of 'The Endgame':