Turn: Washington's Spies

  • AMC Series "TURN" Filmed in Virginia

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    Slouch Beanie from TURN

    TURN – the story of America’s first spy ring! If espionage is your passion, this beanie’s for you! It’s a replica of the hat worn by actor Jamie Bell in his role as Abe Woodhull, in the AMC Networks television series TURN, filmed in Virginia.  Amp up your look and join Abe and his friends as they invent modern spycraft and turn the tide of the Revolutionary War.
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    TURN: Washington's Spies takes viewers into the stirring and treacherous world of the Revolutionary War and introduces Abraham Woodhull who, after aligning with a group of childhood friends, forms the Culper Ring – America's first spy ring.

    Season one ended as Abe’s dangerous balance of fighting for what he believes in while keeping the violence of war far away from his family collapsed, and he was forced to burn his home to the ground to cover up the murder of a British soldier who discovered he was a spy. Season two will dive deeper into the twists, turns, victories and betrayals of a shadow war waged behind enemy lines, pitting the cunning agents of King George against the intrepid and inventive spies serving General George Washington.

    As the second season opens, the Patriot cause has suffered the crushing loss of their capital city of Philadelphia to the British. Washington’s army faces desertion and death, and the embattled General faces conspirators from within his own ranks, as well as personal demons he keeps hidden from the men he leads. Washington's closest ally in these dark times is also his most celebrated battle commander, Benedict Arnold – a friend whose growing discontent will threaten the fate of the Revolution. Outnumbered and outgunned on the battlefield, Washington is counting on his ring of young spies and his greatest hope, Abe Woodhull, a lone civilian deep behind enemy lines, who finds he has little left to lose and is willing to risk everything he has left ... including his soul.

    "TURN" was developed and is being written by Craig Silverstein ("Nikita") and stars Jamie Bell ("Billy Elliot" and "The Adventures of Tintin"). Executive Producers are Silverstein and Barry Josephson ("Bones"). AMC is the television home of some of the most popular dramas in cable television including "Mad Men," "The Walking Dead" and the recently-ended "Breaking Bad," created by Virginia native Vince Gilligan. If you loved "Breaking Bad," Vince Gilligan has a spin-off series, "Better Call Saul," currently airing on AMC.

    TURN: Washington's Spies stars Jamie Bell as Abraham Woodhull, Seth Numrich as Ben Tallmadge, Heather Lind as Anna Strong, Daniel Henshall as Caleb Brewster, Meegan Warner as Mary Woodhull, Kevin McNally as Judge Richard Woodhull, Burn Gorman as Major Hewlett, Angus MacFadyen as Robert Rogers, JJ Feild as Major John Andre, and Samuel Roukin as Captain Simcoe.


    "TURN" in Virginia

    TURN: The TrailVisit the TURN Spy Trail
    Take on TURN: The Trail, a series of Colonial and Revolutionary War-era attractions, "TURN" filming locations, and more.
    Petersburg Southside DepotOn Location
    Visit the locations to see the historic sites used in the filming of "TURN."
    Center Hill MansionRoad to the Revolution
    The Road to Revolution Heritage Trail links historic sites and institutions in Virginia that interpret the life of Patrick Henry, orator of the Revolution and Virginia's first governor.
    Fife and Drums at Colonial WilliamsburgColonial Williamsburg
    Be a part of the story. Explore dozens of original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres - most on their original foundations. Rare animal breeds, historic trades, and restored gardens add authenticity to Colonial Williamsburg.

    The Revolution in Virginia

    St. John's Church

    More to LOVE on the Road to Revolution

    The Road to Revolution Heritage Trail doubled in size in 2013 to include other notable figures of the American Revolution.

    Cannon firing at Yorktown Victory Center

    Yorktown Victory Center

    The Yorktown Victory Center is a museum of the American Revolution chronicling America's struggles for independence.

    Williamsburg Rev Quest

    RevQuest: King's Advance

    See the Revolutionary City through the eyes of an undercover agent when you participate in RevQuest: King's Advance at Colonial Williamsburg March 23-November 29, 2015.