Jericho

  • 2005
  • 1 Season

A dramatic miniseries following a 1950s London detective inspector.

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Episode 7
With Johnny in the frame for Red’s murder and Jericho’s workers calling for justice, Annie pleads with Charles for help. George starts to buckle under (more…)
Episode 8
With Red’s death behind them, Annie and Johnny’s relationship grows. Isabella decides to leave Blackwell House but still wants to remain in the busine (more…)
Episode 3
Charles and Isabella marry to secure funding for the viaduct. In an effort to keep prices fair, Coates takes over the market but makes himself enemies (more…)

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Sedition Season 2, Episode 6 Mar 19, 2008 $2.99

Following the Rangers' decision to take justice into their own hands, Major Beck goes to extreme measures to prove he's in complete control of the town, while Hawkins receives a call from Chavez telling him that it's time to transport the bomb.

Jericho - Condor Season 2, Episode 2 Feb 17, 2008 Subscription

Jake helps Major Beck prepare for a special visitor from the Cheyenne government, while Hawkins continues to work with Chavez to uncover the secrets of this new regime. (TV-PG)

Jericho - Winter's End Season 1, Episode 17 Mar 21, 2007 Subscription

Faced with a catastrophic complication in April's pregnancy, Jake forces Kenchy to confront his post-traumatic stress syndrome and perform a heroic operation. Bonnie and Mimi, volunteering at the medical center, begin to bond while Johnston desperately searches for Eric so he can be at his wife's side. Gray, moved by April's circumstance, fights with a trading party from the town of Myles to get more power-generating windmills. Meanwhile, Hawkins covers up Sarah's murder as the very bureaucratic Jimmy noses around. (TV-PG)

Semper Fidelis Season 1, Episode 16 Mar 14, 2007 $1.99

With the arrival of the Marines, the citizens of Jericho consider what their lives will be like when law and order is restored and the nation begins to recover from the bombings.

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