• 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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