‘Leverage: Redemption’ is a crime spin-off show that has found its home on the IMDb TV streaming service. Created by
John Rogers and Chris Downey, the show had a first season consisting of sixteen episodes.
Amazon Studios said in a press release, “Fan-favorite series Leverage: Redemption has been picked up for another season
on Amazon’s free streaming service.” They continued, IMDb TV, Amazon’s premium free streaming service, announced that it has renewed the heist drama series Leverage: Redemption for a second season. All 16 episodes of the first season of Leverage: Redemption are available to stream exclusively on IMDb TV. Additionally, all five seasons of Leverage are also available to stream exclusively on the service.”
Co-showrunner and producer Dean Devlin said of the renewal, “Bringing back these characters has been a dream come true, and working with such incredible people as the team at IMDb TV has been an absolute pleasure. So excited we get to do it all over again.”
The show stars Gina Bellman as Sophie Devereaux, Beth Riesgraf as Parker, Christian Kane as Eliot Spencer, Aldis Hodge as Alec Hardison, Noah Wyle as Harry Wilson, and Aleyse Shannon as Breanna Casey.
You can watch the trailer below:
Amazon describes the synopsis as follows,
“The rich and powerful take what they want, and the Leverage team has reunited to take them down. Sophie Devereaux (The Grifter), Parker (The Thief), Eliot Spencer (The Hitter), and Alec Hardison (The Hacker) watched the world change over the last eight years. It had become easier—and sometimes even legal—for the rich to become richer and the powerful to squash anyone who got in their way. The Leverage team found new blood in Harry Wilson, a corporate lawyer looking for redemption after realizing he’d been sitting on the wrong side of the table for his entire career, and in Breanna Casey, Hardison’s foster sister who has a knack for computers, robotics, and getting into trouble.”
The show is a spin-off of the TNT crime thriller ‘Leverage,’ about a group of individuals “who use their skills to carry out heists to fight corporate and governmental injustices inflicted on ordinary citizens.” It ran for five from December 7, 2008, to December 25, 2012.
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