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Craig Silverstein Talks New Characters; Samuel Roukin Explains Danger of Simcoe

This week, Craig Silverstein discusses new Season 2 characters, while Samuel Roukin explains why Simcoe is dangerous. Plus, TVRuckus has a Season 2 video preview. Read on for more:

IGN showcases a video of Executive Producer Craig Silverstein introducing some new Season 2 faces, including Benedict Arnold (who’s “still years away from betraying his brothers-in-arms”), and explaining the new facets of George Washington that will be on display.

• Samuel Roukin, interviewed by UpcomingDiscs.com, explains that Simcoe is dangerous because he has “a very specific moral compass which has consequences if disobeyed, and he acts on it in a lethal and brutal manner.”

TVRuckus posts a video preview for Season 2, as “the story continues during 1777, when it was believed that the newly declared United States of America was losing the war.”

The Plain Dealer, spotlighting the Season 1 DVD and Blu-ray, calls TURN: Washington’s Spies a “handsome” series.

The (Petersburg, Va.) Progress-Index explains that shows like TURN: Washington’s Spies have filmed in Petersburg, “a prime location site for Hollywood period films because of its Civil War past and well-preserved historic downtown area.”

SeenIt reports that the Season 1 DVD will be released in the U.K. on Apr. 20.

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