This week, Season 3 impresses TV Overmind, while Den of Geek touts John Carroll Lynch’s character. Plus, the head of Virginia’s historical society weighs in on TURN: Washington’s Spies. Read on for more:
• After watching Episode 2, TV Overmind is impressed, noting, “In its third season, TURN: Washington’s Spies has been off to an incredible start.”
• “The latest episode of TURN: Washington’s Spies introduces a new character who promises to be fun to watch,” Den of Geek says of John Carroll Lynch’s James Rivington, a New York printer.
• After a screening of the Season 3 premiere, the president and chief executive of the Virginia Historical Society says, “Soldiers on both sides, American and British, committed acts that today we’d say rise to the level of atrocity,” according to Richmond Magazine.
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