ABC's Last Resort pilot episode about false-flag terror

ABC's Last Resort

From executive producer/writer Shawn Ryan (The Shield, The Unit, The Chicago Code) and Executive producer/writer Karl Gajdusek comes this dramatic new international action-thriller about treachery, treason, and nuclear brinksmanship. LAST RESORT contemplates establishing of a new society in the modern world, and character becomes everything when unthinkable decisions must be made.

The pilot episode can be seen now on Hulu:

Thanks, Mekt.

I saw it on Hulu, found it very moving, fast-paced, intriguing.

Hopefully it will help some people to think and question the bases of wars, including the 9/11 wars.

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"Homeland" synopsis:

"Homeland" is a psychological thriller that tells the story of Carrie Anderson (Claire Danes), a CIA officer battling her own demons, who becomes convinced that the intelligence that led to the rescue of Scott Brody (Damian Lewis) a U.S. soldier who had been missing and presumed deal for nine years, was a setup and may be connected to an Al Qaeda plot to be carried out on American soil. Mandy Patinkin will portray Saul, a veteran CIA Division Chief who is Carrie's (Danes) boss and mentor. "Homeland" is written by Howard Gordon, Alex Gansa and Gideon Raff, and is based on Raff's Israeli television series "Prisoners of War."

I haven't seen it nor will I.

Thanks to both of you!

Prof Jones: Glad you liked the show! The YouTube videos of the Last Resort trailers unfortunately do not have all that many hits unlike those for say Revolution (which have millions). But I'm hopeful the story will evolve into one that attracts more public attention through positive word-of-mouth.

Joe: If I were you, I would definitely give Homeland a shot. I can't be any more serious about this. It is without a doubt one of the very best new shows out there (and it has a very wide audience). The first season was unprecedented in that it covered many issues related to the War on Terror (like blowback and the surveillance state) which I believe have never been properly discussed in a television show. Not only was it intelligent and intriguing, it literally had me on the edge of my seat throughout all 12 episodes. My guess is that, the way the plot is evolving, false-flag terror is the only credible direction the show can go (and I'm not giving away any spoilers by telling you this).