The Agency (2001–2003)
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The Agency 

The Agency receives word that Fidel Castro will be assassinated when he visits America and the CIA has 48 hours to stop the assassination.

Directors:

Mikael Salomon, Alex Zakrzewski (uncredited)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Gil Bellows ... Matt Callan
Rocky Carroll ... Carl Reese
Gloria Reuben ... Lisa Fabrizzi
Paige Turco ... Terri Lowell
David Clennon ... Joshua Nankin
Ronny Cox ... Director Alex Pierce
Will Patton ... Jackson Haisley
Daniel Benzali ... Robert Quinn (segment "Deadline")
Elya Baskin ... Borovinsky (segment "Deadline")
Richard Speight Jr. ... Lex
Evgeniy Lazarev ... Aleksey Badin (segment "Deadline") (as Eugene Lazarev)
Nicholas Cascone Nicholas Cascone ... (segment "Deadline")
Lisa Waltz ... Patrice DeAllo (segment "Deadline")
Natasha Pavlovich ... Tanja (segment "Deadline")
Boris Lee Krutonog ... (segment "Deadline") (as Boris Krutonog)
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The Agency receives word that Fidel Castro will be assassinated when he visits America and the CIA has 48 hours to stop the assassination.

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Genres:

Drama | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 September 2001 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR | Stereo

Color:

Color
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Connections

Edited from The Agency: Deadline (2001) See more »

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This show is too good to end
17 May 2003 | by GalenDevSee all my reviews

I recently received news that this show was cancelled. Now while I understand that the ratings weren't as good as they could have been, I'm going to be honest. It was a terrific show, one deserving of network support and a little nurturing. Will Patton's quiet strength and confidence, Daniel Benzali's antagonizing yet determined demeanor, Richard Speight, Jr.'s outright humor, all of these actors and more weaved the show into one of the most fun and well-written shows on TV. While somewhat formulaic at times, the show was always suspenseful and riveting.

And now CBS wants to end this. People here seem to have a favorable review, so I urge you all. Please write in to CBS and let's try to see this show renewed. Thank you very much.


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