‘Legends’ Episode Guide (Dec. 28): Three Hour Season Finale

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‘Legends’ Episode Guide (Dec. 28): Three Hour Season Finale

“The Legend of Doku Zakayev” Three Hour Season 2/Series Finale (12/28/15; 9:00-10:00PM) – In present day Prague, Martin goes back to work for Tamir, just like he did in 2001, but Tamir has other plans for him. Gabi confronts Blazek about his secret dealings. Kate is a prisoner in the President’s compound in Chechnya. In 2001 Prague, Dmitry must convince Tamir to pick up where Doku left off and earn General Arsanov’s trust. Ballard and Gabi suspect Dmitry and Ilyana have conspired to commit murder.

“The Legend of Gabi Miskova” (12/28/15; 10:00-11:00PM) – In present day Prague, Martin and Nina search for Tamir’s associate Beslan in hopes of getting answers about the impending threat on the summit, as well as Kate’s location. Meanwhile, two Chechen assassins put their deadly plan into action. Malika, Tamir’s wife, gives Beslan orders that she thinks will save both of their lives. In 2001 Prague, Ballard confronts a life-altering injury, and Dmitry struggles to complete his mission without breaking his promise to help Ilyana and her daughter.

“The Legend of Alexei Volkov” (12/28/15; 11:00-12:00AM) – In present day Prague, Martin makes a deal with the Russians to rescue Kate. Meanwhile, President Arsanov’s plan for Kate is moving forward in Chechnya. Gabi struggles to decide what to do about her husband. In 2004, Dmitry asks one last favor of Terrence. And in a flashback to 1972, the last pieces of the puzzle to understanding Martin Odum’s true identity are revealed.

“The Legend of Doku Zakayev” was directed by Jeff T. Thomas and written by Aaron Allen.

“The Legend of Gabi Miskova” was directed by Ken Biller. It was written by Andrew Chapman & Raf Green

“The Legend of Alexei Volkov” was directed by Ken Biller. It was written by Matthew Newman & Ken Biller.

TNT’s spy thriller “Legends” is back this fall after being completely revamped, with a new supporting cast, locations and more. Sean Bean (“Game of Thrones,” “The Lord of the Rings”) returns as an undercover FBI agent whose world is turned upside down when he discovers that the life he knew – including his name – has all been a lie.

Now on the run for a murder he didn’t commit, he searches for his true identity, following a trail that takes him to London and the European continent, where he discovers a dark and violent past that holds the key to his future survival.

“Legends” is based on the award-winning book by master spy novelist Robert Littell . In addition to Bean, the new season stars Winter Ave Zoli (“Sons of Anarchy”), Steve Kazee (“Shameless”), Aisling Franciosi (“The Fall”), Kelly Overton (“True Blood”), Klara Issova (“Crossing Lines”) and Ralph Brown (“Agent Carter”). In addition, Morris Chestnut (“Nurse Jackie”) will guest-star in several episodes, reprising his role from the first season.

“Legends” is produced by Fox 21 Television Studios, with Howard Gordon (“Homeland,” “24”) and showrunner Ken Biller (“Star Trek: Voyager,” “Smallville”) serving as executive producers.


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