The sins of the father weigh unusually heavily on the privileged but conflicted sons at the core of FX's contrived and not very convincing new drama Tyrant (Tuesday, 10/9c) — but what do you expect when not-so-dear old dad is an honest-to-badness Middle Eastern dictator and the family is "in the oppression business," which is how estranged scion "Barry" (born Bassam) Al-Fayeed dourly looks upon his unhappy heritage.
Annie's back — and blonde! — and she's got a
The last we saw Annie (Piper Perabo) on Covert Affairs, she had killed Henry in Hong Kong and was seemingly on her way back to Washington, D.C. It turns out, she took a little detour.
When Season 5 premieres Tuesday (10/9c, USA), Annie will finally make her way back to the DPD after four months away, but she won't be sharing many details, other than to declare that she's ready to get back to work. Fortunately for her, she immediately gets thrust into a case involving a familiar face and a couple of new ones, including Ryan McQuaid (Nic Bishop), a Navy SEAL-turned-private contractor billionaire who may or may not have a secret agenda, and Borz Altan (Michael A. Goorjian), a disillusioned former U.S. soldier.
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Is Ryan McQuaid a new ally or a new villain on Covert Affairs? Even Annie (Piper Perabo) isn't sure.
Played by new series regular Nic Bishop (Body of Proof), McQuaid is a Navy SEAL-turned-private contractor billionaire who may or may not have a secret agenda.
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"He seems like a bad guy and then Annie starts to think he's a good guy," Perabo teases in our exclusive first look below. "Because of ...
Season 5 of Covert Affairs doesn't premiere until June, but we've got a sneak peek at what's ahead now that Annie (Piper Perabo) is back at the DPD ...
Party of Five alum Michael A. Goorjian will guest-star on Covert Affairs next season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Goorjian will play Borz Altan, a former U.S. ...