‘Pretty. Strong.’ Episode Guide (Oct. 6): Kane and Hopkins Plot Their Revenge on Rusty

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‘Pretty. Strong.’ Episode Guide (Oct. 6): Kane and Hopkins Plot Their Revenge on Rusty

“Collection Day” (10/06/15) – Muldoon juggles tensions at home with Christine and the kids, warns Latucci about his relationship with the Moose, while also pursuing the Pattons. Lt. King helps out an old flame and assembles some fellow officers to take care of the situation.

Kane and Hopkins have been hiding upstate and plot their revenge on Rusty upon return. Patton questions his brother’s loyalty as tensions rise between Patton and Rusty. Rusty spills more blood in his hunt for Kane.

“Collection Day” was written and directed by Edward Burns.

This summer, TNT is going to take viewers to the seedy, gritty streets and the bright, seductive lights of 1960s New York withP “Public Morals,” a powerful, buzz-generating police drama from writer, director, executive producer and star Edward Burns (“Saving Private Ryan,” “The Brothers McMullen,” TNT’s “Mob City”).

“Public Morals” also stars Michael Rapaport (“Justified,” “Prison Break”) and Elizabeth Masucci (“The Americans,” “Inside Amy Schumer”). The city has laws on the books that no one wants enforced, rules to curb all kinds of sin and vice.

Gambling and prostitution are as old as the city itself. And the cops in the Public Morals Division do what’s been done for the last hundred years. They manage it for the city. But for Terry Muldoon (Burns), this all might come to an end when a war between two factions of the Irish Mob breaks out in his own Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, prompting his wife, Christine (Masucci), to demand that they leave the city for good.

“Public Morals” is produced in collaboration with Amblin Television and executive producers Steven Spielberg, Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank, the team behind TNT’s epic sci-fi hit “Falling Skies.” Also serving as executive producer is Aaron Lubin.

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