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Rubicon Hailed as "Definitive Spy Story"; Henry Bromell Talks to TV Guide


This week, Henry Bromell shares his ideas for Season 2 and The New Republic calls the show “a definitive spy story.” On a lighter note, a fan treks around New York City in search of Kale’s apartment and other Rubicon locations.

Executive producer Henry Bromell opens up to TV Guide about what Season 2 holds in store if the show gets renewed. “Will’s going to go through a whole series of reactions,” he says. “He can’t even work at API if Truxton is doing these things and he thinks no one’s going to stop him.”

The New Republic hails Rubicon as “a definitive spy story” for the current era, praising the series for showing “how the official intelligence community is actually made up of flawed, limited human beings, who always remain two steps behind the enemies they are trying to fight.”

An avid Rubicon fan takes it upon himself to hunt down the real-world locations where Rubicon scenes were shot.

– Speaking of fans, in case you missed it, Stephen King praised Rubicon in his Entertainment Weekly column back in August when the show was still young, calling James Badge Dale “a magnetic leading man.”

Blogcritics.org weighs the chances of a Rubicon renewal.

Baseball-Reference.com takes a closer look at the baseball statistics decoded by Will back in Episode 3.

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