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January 07, 2017 | Amazon Prime / FX Network | 8 episodes á 58 minutes
Directed by: Anders Engström, Kristoffer Nyholm | Written by: Steven Knigh, Chips Hardy, Tom Hardy, Emily Ballou, Ben Hervey | Cinematography: Mark Patten | Editing: Beverley Mills, Katie Weiland, Guy Bensley, Mark Davis, Matt Platts-Mills | Costume Design: Joanna Eatwell | Production Design: Sonja Klaus | Music: Max Richter
James Keziah Delaney (Tom Hardy) returns to 1814 London after 10 years in Africa to discover that he has been left a mysterious legacy by his father. Driven to wage war on those who have wronged him, Delaney finds himself in a face-off against the East India Company, whilst playing a dangerous game between two warring nations, Britain and America. Noomi Rapace appears throughout the episodes in nightmarish visions/flashbacks as Delaney's wife Anna.
Cast: Tom Hardy (James Keziah Delaney), David Hayman (Brace), Jonathan Pryce (Sir Stuart Strange), Oona Chaplin (Zilpha Geary), Richard Dixon (Pettifer), Leo Bill (Wilton), Edward Hogg (Godfrey), Ruby-May Martinwood (Winter), Jessie Buckley (Lorna Bow), Stephen Graham (Atticus), Franka Potente (Helga), James Greaves (Strange's Clerk), Michael Kelly (Dumbarton), Louis Ashbourne Serkis (Robert), Jefferson Hall (Thorne Geary), Jason Watkins (Solomon Coop), Danny Ligairi (Martinez), Scroobius Pip (French Bill), Tallulah Haddon (Pearl), Tom Hollander (Cholmondeley), Nicholas Woodeson (Robert Thoyt), Mark Gatiss (Prince Regent), Lewin Lloyd (Temple), Edward Fox (Horace Delaney), Lucian Msamati (George Chichester), Fiona Skinner (Brighton), Rob Parker (Cole), Christopher Fairbank (Ibbotson), Marina Hands (Countess Musgrove)
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