Covert Affairs 5 Seasons 2013

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Season 4
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Annie and Auggie work together to bring Henry to justice. Calder returns to the States with a win for the Agency, but Joan may remain his only true ally within Langley.

Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
November 21, 2013

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Season 4
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Product Details

Genres Drama, Adventure, Action
Director Stephen Kay
Season year 2013
Network USA
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Customer Reviews

Great acting good story lines love it.
L Collett
It is an action packed espionage flick with good characters, nice love stories, a lot of adventure and intrigue.
Julie
Every episode keeps you attentive and wanting to keep watching more.
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55 of 56 people found the following review helpful By MsEE on August 7, 2013
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I think the show has moved a step up this season. Annie has matured, as most people do once they are four years into a job. The show is darker, however. Some of the comic relief has disappeared, and the witty banter has decreased.

The loss of the graphic laden, and somewhat cheesy, intro is a positive (though we miss the shots of Piper Perabo). However, the loss of the theme song is lamented. The song had little application (for those who could make out the words) to the early Annie. Now, as she moves into a mature, and more compromising, phase of her career, the song makes sense.

But the show still moves, and is even more engaging. Hopefully, the Annie character will not lose the charm, but simply temper it as appropriate. A great deal of her charm lies in her not diving down the rabbit hole as a person, but learning to compartmentalize. She needs her sister back to provide the bungie that pulls her back out of the hole as needed.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By watercolorgirl on August 22, 2013
Personally one of the best written shows that I've seen in years. Plot lines leave you hanging after each episode in a most aggravating way - which only leaves you certain to set a reminder in your smart phone for next week. The suspense is built on solid acting & great writing, rather than on the all too frequent skin, liqour and foul language used by most shows these days. Finally, a show that demands attention for the right reasons. Would love a little less of Henry Wilcox and a few more mission adventures for Annie like in season 3. But I've seen the entire series thus far to know that the writers won't let me down. A truly must watch - and hope to never end show!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Debbie Camelo on August 29, 2013
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I think this episode refutes all lackluster comments about the chemistry between Annie and Auggie. Their "chemistry" has been building all 3 seasons and given us a true story of how their relationship was formed. There is the utmost importance to trust, but this show provides grey lines so as to protect everyone and the country they serve. The name of the episode was so fitting, as the choice Annie and Auggie are making is putting "cracks" into the solid foundation they thought they could have with each other, i.e., being spies and going the distance. As Helen said, the wrong choice for Annie would cause her to lose both Auggie and the downfall of Henry. She listened to Helen's advice and followed it as well. I thought this was a brilliant episode, but I won't lie. I cried at the end because I felt their pain through my computer! If Piper's tears and Chris' pain were just acting, then they both deserve Emmy nominations! We saw what was probably the last scene to a cliffhanger, hopefully, in this season's first episode, so I will be going through Annie and Auggie withdrawals until then. Annie can't be dead. They will always be, IMO, each other's #1 priority.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Skippy on August 11, 2013
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I am paying more attention to Covert Affairs this season than any before. I will be going back and watching the previous episodes as soon as I can.
I like the characters and am trying to put the puzzle pieces together that have been shown so far as to what will happen in the next few episodes. Showing the "end" in the first scene was interesting.
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53 of 67 people found the following review helpful By mom of 3 on August 1, 2013
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I LOVED LOVED LOVED the first 3 seasons of this show. I'm so disappointed by the first 3 episodes of season 4. I fear the show is now lost "it" and is spiraling into soup opera like plotlines and lacklustre acting (all Annie does now is look unconvincingly stern or distressed and the confrontations between Arthur and Auggie are ridiculous.) The downfall started with the last episode of season 3. While there was chemistry between Annie and Auggie early in the series it has fizzled away and there was really no realistic build up to them getting together and the chemistry now is sorely lacking. Bring back Eyal and add some variety to the missions (not all related to Arthur's son/Henry Wilcox) to save the show!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Douglas C. Meeks TOP 500 REVIEWER on September 19, 2013
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This show has evolved from a good show to a great one the last two seasons. I can't wait to see how they are going to end this one.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By K. S. Lawrence on September 21, 2013
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Great combination. I love spy shows. I like the characters. But I was rooting for Eyal and Annie. Even though Auggie has been my favorite character, I like the chemistry between Annie and Eyal. Ben too, for that matter. I love seeing all the European cities when Annie goes abroad.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Z. Harris on September 18, 2013
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This show just keeps getting better and better. I wish they would fix the intro. The intro music is great, but the part where Annie is dancing is SUPER awkward. That said... The show is GREAT.
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