"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.
GEORGE WASHINGTON AND THE MEMBERS OF THE CULPER RING ARE DETERMINED TO “FINISH THE FIGHT”
Season four picks up the story of Woodhull and his spy compatriots as they reach a significant turning point in the war, with both the British and the Americans reeling from monumental losses and betrayals. With only 10 episodes to go, the action accelerates towards Yorktown, the pivotal 1783 battle in Virginia that tipped the balance and ultimately decided the war.
"TURN" is a layered, character driven spy thriller that unravels the untold story of America’s first spy ring. Set during the Revolutionary War, we are taken behind the battlefront to a shadow war fought by everyday heroes: men and women who defy king and family to create a new nation while vowing to keep their work a secret.
Visit Filming Locations
Historic sights used in the filming of TURN:
- The jail remains in the barn at Shirley Plantation for visitors to see.
- Tuckahoe Plantation is prominently featured as the home of Judge Richard Woodhull.
- The Great Hall of the Christopher Wren Building at the College of William & Mary appears as the throne room of King George IV.
- Benedict Arnold and Peggy Shippen ride through the streets of Colonial Williamsburg, substituting for Philadelphia.
Last Updated: 8/26/2020