Executive producer Barry Josephson promises more action in Season 2 as the missions for these Revolutionary War spies grow ever more complex and dangerous. “All of the characters have so many different, intricate missions that
then pay off with action for their characters,” says Josephson. “We’re
introducing so much more conflict.”
Raising the stakes action-wise also means raising the stakes for the production team. Production designer Caroline Hanania teases that the story is “much more driven by the conspiracy,” therefore viewers can expect to see Benjamin Franklin’s house in Philadelphia and Abe’s (Jamie Bell) “batcave,” which gives a look at the underworld part of the spy network.
“Turn: Washington’s Spies” returns Monday, April 13 at 9 p.m. ET/PT with a special two-hour episode on AMC.