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10 Ways to Get Ready for the TURN Season 1 Finale This Sunday

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The TURN: Washington’s Spies Season 1 Finale, “The Battle of Setauket,” premieres this Sunday, June 8 at 9/8c. Looking for ways to keep busy until then? Here are ten ways to get ready:

1. Check out a sneak peek video as well as sneak peek photos from this Sunday’s all-new episode.

2. Bookmark TURN: Washington’s Spies Story Sync, AMC’s two-screen app for smartphone, tablet or laptop, for a LIVE interactive experience with the series. The final TURN: Washington’s Spies Story Sync experience of the season happens this Sunday, June 8 at 9PM ET and 9PM PT.

3. Missed something? Watch every Season 1 episode of TURN: Washington’s Spies on www.amc.com using your cable provider log-in. Already seen them all? Then watch extra scenes from TURN: Washington’s Spies Season 1, including how Caleb rewarded the soldier who wrote the fake scouting report and a visit by General Washington to the Continental Army infirmary.

4. Think you’re an expert in all things TURN: Washington’s Spies? Prove it by playing TURN: Washington’s Spies Ultimate Fan Games, then challenge your friends to beat your scores.

5. Go deeper: Explore the TURN: Washington’s Spies interactive map to learn about real-life locations and events from the series, read the TURN: Origins comic prequel for the backstory of America’s first spy ring, and check out the TURN: Washington’s Spies interactive character tree to trace the relationships of key characters in the series.

6. Get to know your favorite cast members by reading exclusive interviews with the stars of TURN: Washington’s Spies, including Jamie Bell (Abe Woodhull), Seth Numrich (Ben Tallmadge), Daniel Henshall (Caleb Brewster) and Heather Lind (Anna Strong).

7. Peruse the TURN: Washington’s Spies Spycraft Handbook to learn about spy methods used during the Revolutionary War, including ghost messages, codebooks, and double agents.

8. Read correspondence from TURN: Washington’s Spies characters, including a letter from Ben to Abe, a journal entry by Caleb, and a letter from John Andre to a potential spy recruit.

9. Recruit your friends for a viewing party by creating a customized Revolutionary War spy ring, complete with disguises, with the TURN: Washington’s Spies Recruit Your Ring app.

10. Get social! Like TURN: Washington’s Spies on Facebook, follow TURN: Washington’s Spies on Twitter, follow TURN: Washington’s Spies on Instagram, and join fellow fans on the TURN: Washington’s Spies talk forum.

Don’t forget to sign up for the TURN: Washington’s Spies Dispatch e-mail newsletter for the latest TURN: Washington’s Spies news and videos and the chance to participate in prize drawings.

The TURN: Washington’s Spies Season 1 Finale airs this Sunday at 9/8c on AMC.

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