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PopWrapped Celebrates TURN’s Renewal; Craig Silverstein Tells Enstarz Now Abe is “All In”

Turn_S1_105_DeletedScene_video_325This week, PopWrapped celebrates TURN: Washington’s Spies renewal and calls the show “genuinely one of the best dramas on TV today,” while Craig Silverstein tells Enstarz that Abe is “all in” for Season 2. Plus, Special Cable Deals.com wants to see more of Anna Strong and Benedict Arnold in the new season. Read on for more:

PopWrapped calls TURN: Washington’s Spies “genuinely one of the best dramas on TV today” and that the tale of Abraham Woodhull “will surprise you in how exciting it really is.”

Now that TURN: Washington’s Spies has been renewed, Craig Silverstein tells Enstarz that Abe is “really kind of taking charge now, not just taking orders” in Season 2.

Special Cable Deals.com makes a list of what it wants to see in TURN: Washington’s Spies’ second season, namely an expanded role for Anna Strong, “one of the show’s most interesting characters” and an exploration of famous British spies like Benedict Arnold.

Richmond Times-Dispatch elaborates on the relationship between TURN: Washington’s Spies and its home in Virginia. Virgina Governor Terry McAuliffe says “We are proud to be associated with such a high-quality endeavor,” and welcomes TURN: Washington’s Spies back for Season 2.

Cinema Blend spotlights “the tweet heard round the world” about TURN: Washington’s Spies’ renewal and TV Over Mind wonders if the series will “blossom from bud to rose” like past AMC power-hits. Digital Spy, The HD Room and Asbury Park Sunday Press report on the second season renewal as well.

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