Monday, August 6, 2007

"The Company" Night Two on TNT

If you missed the premiere of "The Company" on be sure to catch up with the second episode this Sunday!

TNT’s Gripping, High-Powered CIA Drama THE COMPANY Continues with Action-Packed Installment Focusing on the Hungary Uprising and the Bay of Pigs

Chris O’Donnell, Alfred Molina and Michael Keaton Lead International Cast

Epic Production from Sony Pictures Television and Executive Producers Ridley Scott, Tony Scott & John Calley, with Mikael Salomon Directing from Teleplay by Ken Nolan

Night 2 – Sunday, Aug. 12, at 8 p.m. (ET/PT) – TV-14-LV

The action-packed second night of TNT’s THE COMPANY opens as Jack McAuliffe (Chris O’Donnell) is sent to Hungary to provide assistance to Hungarian rebels who are seeking to oust Soviet influences from their country. But all hell breaks loose when the Soviets push back and Jack is taken prisoner, along with Elizabet (Natascha McElhone), an Englishwoman whose Hungarian husband was tortured and her daughter taken from her years earlier. Jack quickly becomes disillusioned after the United States refuses to provide military back up for Hungarian rebels, leaving them to be crushed by an invasion of Soviet tanks. Four years later, Jack is again in the thick of a CIA plan to aid rebels when he is sent to Nicaragua to help Cuban exiles stage an attempt to oust Fidel Castro from power. And once again, Jack is disappointed in his government when the United States fails to offer the full assistance necessary for success, setting the Cuban rebels up for certain defeat. Meanwhile, James Jesus Angleton (Michael Keaton) becomes increasingly obsessed over a rumor that a mole has penetrated the CIA, and he will stop at nothing to hunt the mole down.

Directed by Mikael Salomon

Based on the Novel by Robert Littell
Teleplay by Ken Nolan

Executive Producers: John Calley, Ridley Scott, Tony Scott
Co-Executive Producers: David A. Rosemont, David W. Zucker

[Image courtesy of TNT]

No comments:

Post a Comment

TheTwoCents Comments Policy