Counterpart
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After two seasons, Starz decided to cancel Counterpart, despite success with critics. The production company is currently looking for a saviour to bring it back for a third season.


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SHOW INFO

Status: Cancelled/Completed

Premiere: December 10, 2017
End Date: February 17, 2019

Category: Drama
Genres: Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller


 


REVIEWS

86

  • 100% 100%

  • 81% 81%
  • 76% 76%
Counterpart

After two seasons, Starz decided to cancel Counterpart, despite success with critics. The production company is currently looking for a saviour to bring it back for a third season.


Access Method: Subscription

 

PLATFORMS SUPPORTED



SHOW INFO

Status: Wrapped

Premiere: December 10, 2017
End Date: February 17, 2019

Category: Drama
Genres: Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller



REVIEWS

86*

  • 100% 100%
  • 81% 81%
  • 76% 76%

*This is the show’s PeakTV score. It is an average of this show’s Metacritic, IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes ratings.

SUMMARY

Howard Silk (J.K. Simmons) is a lowly cog in the bureaucratic machinery of a Berlin-based United Nations spy agency. When Howard discovers that his organization safeguards the secret of a crossing into a parallel dimension, he is thrust into a shadow world of intrigue, danger, and double cross… where the only man he can trust is his near-identical counterpart from this parallel world. The show explores themes of identity, fate and lost love, posing the eternal question, “what if our lives could have been different?”




SUMMARY

Howard Silk (J.K. Simmons) is a lowly cog in the bureaucratic machinery of a Berlin-based United Nations spy agency. When Howard discovers that his organization safeguards the secret of a crossing into a parallel dimension, he is thrust into a shadow world of intrigue, danger, and double cross… where the only man he can trust is his near-identical counterpart from this parallel world. The show explores themes of identity, fate and lost love, posing the eternal question, “what if our lives could have been different?”