Let’s go steal…eight new episodes of Leverage: Redemption. Yeah, that’s right! It isn’t a drill! IMDb TV has just announced the premiere date for the second part of the season with a nice video of the cast, as well as special guests stars. You want to know more?
Here we go!
Like we said, in an all-new con, the Leverage crew surprised and delighted their fans by teasing the fall premiere of Leverage: Redemption in an exclusive video that dropped on IMDb TV socials today. The teaser video confirms that the IMDb TV Original series Leverage: Redemption will return this fall with eight additional season one episodes premiering October 8. In the brand-new episodes, the Leverage team finds itself up against a rival organization that embodies the system the team works so hard to take down. Ready?
In addition to this announcement, the names of several guest stars that we will see throughout these eight episodes are also official.
Joining the cast in these additional episodes are guest stars Drew Powell (reprising his role as Jack Hurley from the original Leverage series), Ben Thompson, Joanna Cassidy, Jon Fletcher, and Brianna Brown, in addition to the previously announced guest stars James Marsters, LeVar Burton, and Andrea Navedo (continuing her role as Maria Shipp), as the Leverage team must aid a small town librarian, discredit a lifestyle and wellness guru, explore the failing memory of a legendary grifter, and more.
It’s always a pleasure to see old acquaintances from the original show so we are very excited about this announcement. Also, we find it interesting that Maria returns, will clarify her situation with Eliot? Crossing fingers…we’re rooting for them!
Apart from the guest stars, we will continue to count in these eight new episodes with the main cast consisting of Gina Bellman as Sophie Devereaux, Beth Riesgraf as Parker, Christian Kane as Eliot Spencer, Aldis Hodge as Alec Hardison, Noah Wyle as Harry Wilson, and Aleyse Shannon as Breanna Casey. Kate Rorick is the co-showrunner and an executive producer alongside Dean Devlin, and executive producers Marc Roskin and Rachel Olschan-Wilson of Electric Entertainment. John Rogers and Chris Downey are consulting producers.