Berlin Station: Season 1

Berlin Station: Season 1

Berlin Station: Season 1

A contemporary spy series that follows Daniel Miller, an undercover agent at the CIA station in Berlin, Germany.

2016Rating: TV-MAGermany, United States of AmericaStudio Babelsberg, Paramount Television Studios, Anonymous Content
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Episodes

EPISODE 1.1

Station to Station

CIA Officer Daniel Miller arrives in Berlin on a clandestine... More mission to unearth an anonymous whistleblower, alias Thomas Shaw, and reunites with his old friend Hector DeJean. As Daniel gets closer to Shaw, his quarry reacts in murderous fashion.

EPISODE 1.2

Lights Don't Run on Loyalty

As Daniel pursues Shaw, Station Chief Steven Frost and his... More associates Valerie Edwards and Robert Kirsch gather intelligence on a Georgian Islamic radical in order to avoid an extraordinary rendition by Langley. By episode’s end, Hector surprises us all.

EPISODE 1.3

Riverrun Dry

Frost and Kirsch worry their secrets will be unearthed when... More Langley investigators sweep Berlin Station to ferret out fodder for future Shaw leaks. Meanwhile, Daniel's hunt for the mole is put at risk.

EPISODE 1.4

By Way of Deception

Daniel and Hector embark on a dangerous operation to track... More down Shaw. Meanwhile, Valerie finds out the truth behind Iosava, and Frost and Kirsch deliberate future plans for themselves and the rest of Berlin Station.

EPISODE 1.5

Unter Druck

Daniel teams up with Esther Krug of the BfV to... More prevent the next Shaw leak involving a foreign defector. Valerie and Robert spar over strategy as her investigation into Iosava gains traction; Hector gets a late-night visit from Shirley Pimple.

EPISODE 1.6

Just Decisions

Valerie's investigation into Aleksandre and Ruth Iosava comes to a... More head in a German/American sting Operation involving Clare Itani, a CIA Officer and Hector’s lover. Langley's unannounced participation moves things from bad to worse.

EPISODE 1.7

Proof of Life

Frost must pick up the pieces after the Iosava Operation... More goes sour while Robert explores a different angle. Hector goes rogue but brings Daniel with him, preempting a crucial moment of clarity.

EPISODE 1.8

False Negative

Repercussions from the Iosava debacle leave Frost in the shadows... More and the Station in disarray as Robert embraces a new role. Hector finds himself in the hot seat, Valerie reveals a secret of her own––and Daniel inches closer to the truth.

EPISODE 1.9

Thomas Shaw

The mystery of Shaw's true identity finally solved, Daniel confronts... More his own conscience as he learns the origins of "Thomas Shaw"; Valerie’s suspicions about Robert further escalate rising tensions between them, and Kelly Frost suddenly becomes an integral part of the team.

EPISODE 1.10

Oratorio Berlin

Daniel assembles the crew as they piece together the extent... More of Langley's involvement in the Iosava rendition. Steven and Kelly Frost reunite against the odds; Hector pursues a new approach for his atonement – and the Thomas Shaw mantle is passed.

Berlin Station: Season 1 | Reviews

60%15 reviews

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Variety

Variety

Ifans brings such depth, barely contained anger and wounded yearning to the role that Hector quickly emerges one of the most memorable new characters of the year.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Berlin Station... has too little thrills of any kind.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

A tense, terse thriller - good-looking but never fussy, balancing character and plot in satisfying proportions, a new suit cut to classic lines.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Making something that's just OK or even pretty good is not good enough in the oversaturated world of television today.

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Collider

Collider

Berlin Station has the right look and feel of a great spycraft series, but it lacks the drive or urgency of a show like Homeland.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

As rookie efforts go, it's more than solid.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

This is a show that wants to be complex but winds up being convoluted instead.

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IGN

IGN

It's a solid cast, but apart from the always reliable Jenkins, rarely do any of these actors do much to stand out.

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