This Season of Cinemax’s Action Series “Strike Back” Comes to an Explosive Close

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03 April 2018
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Strike Back
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“Strike Back”
Season Finale Friday, April 6 at 10 PM ET/PT on Cinemax
 
          In the season finale of this explosive action series, with stakes at an all-time high, Section 20 heads to a remote island to retrieve a top-secret file coveted by both Ives (Trevor Eve) and the Russians. This season we have enjoyed a new team, with the same attitude. Warren Brown (“Luther,” “The Dark Knight Rises”), Daniel MacPherson (“Infini”), Roxanne McKee (“Crossfire,” HBO’s “Game of Thrones”) and Alin Sumarwata (“Burning Man”) star. 

 
 
         During the season, fanatical terrorist Omair Idrisi escaped from Syrian authorities with plans to launch an unprecedented attack that could change the face of modern warfare. The ensuing manhunt could only be entrusted to counterterrorism’s best and brightest. Enter Section 20 — the elite, multinational, covert special ops team tasked with tracking down Idrisi and his British co-conspirator wife, Jane Lowry.  Their action-packed manhunt took the unit across North Africa, the Middle East and Europe, from glitterati soirees to underworld cage fights, as they uncovered and attempted to dismantle a vast global web of interconnected criminal and terrorist activity.
 
         Lance Corporal Gracie Novin (Sumarwata) is a crack shot and ready-foranything gearhead who is looking to make the step up. Genuine and honest to the point of bluntness, she’s the heart and soul of the team.  Sergeant Samuel Wyatt (MacPherson) is a barroom philosopher who works best alone. Having been burned in the past, Wyatt has no intention of being dragged into a team situation. But what he wants and what he gets are rarely the same thing.  Captain Natalie Reynolds (McKee) comes from a military family, and excels at psychological profiling and identifying weaknesses in others, although she may be blind to her own faults. Sergeant Thomas “Mac” McAllister (Brown) is a man of his word, physically capable and driven by a desire to avenge the team he’s lost. He’s easygoing, affable and utterly deadly.
 

 
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