An FBI agent stationed in Jerusalem uncovers an ancient conspiracy while investigating a murder involving a young female archaeologist.

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Holy cow, there's a lot going on in USA's new 10-part event thriller Dig. The series, co-created by Heroes' Tim Kring and Homeland's Gideon Raff, mostly takes place in Jersualem, where FBI Agent Peter Connelly (Jason Isaacs) is tracking a fugitive wi… Read more

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Armageddon Protocol Season 1, Episode 10 May 7, 2015 $1.99

With the fate of humanity at stake, Peter races to stop the Order of Moriah's plan to destroy the Temple Mount and bring about the End of Days.

Jehoshaphat Season 1, Episode 9 Apr 30, 2015 $2.99

Peter's attempt at preventing an impending catastrophe thrusts him into partnership with unlikely allies.

Sisters of Dinah Season 1, Episode 8 Apr 23, 2015 $2.99

With her job on the line because of Peter's disruptive behavior, Lynn suspects a possible mole in her midst at the consulate. Meanwhile Margrove and Peter both head to a convent with very different goals in mind. With nowhere else to turn and unable to trust anyone, Debbie returns to the compound seeking vengeance.

Trust No One Season 1, Episode 7 Apr 16, 2015 $1.99

After Peter has a startling breakthrough in the Emma Wilson case, he turns to Golan to search out new clues.

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