Air Date: August 13th, 2014
An FBI agent has the ability to transform himself into a completely different person for each job.
Season 2 - Episode 10 : The Legend of Alexei Volkov Dec 28, 2015
Martin makes a deal with the Russians to rescue Kate; Gabi struggles to make a decision about her husband; in 2004, Dmitry asks one last favor of Terrence; in 1972, the last pieces of the puzzle to understanding Martin Odum's identity are revealed.
Season 2 - Episode 9 : The Legend of Gabi Miskova Dec 28, 2015
Martin and Nina search for Tamir's associate in hopes of getting some answers; two Chechen assassins put a deadly plan into action; Malika gives Beslan orders; in 2001, Dmitry struggles to complete his mission.
Season 2 - Episode 8 : The Legend of Doku Zakayev Dec 28, 2015
Martin goes back to work for Tamir; Gabi confronts Blazek about his secret dealings; Kate is held prisoner in the President's compound in Chechnya; in 2001, Dmitry tries to convince Tamir to earn General Arsanov's trust.
Season 2 - Episode 7 : The Second Legend of Dmitry Petrovich Dec 21, 2015
Martin fears Kate has been abducted; Gabi discovers that Blazek may have a connection to Tamir; in 2001, Ballard and Gabi use questionable methods to threaten Dmitry; in 1985, Alex suspects Terrence has resorted to ruthless tactics.
Season 2 - Episode 6 : The Legend of Tamir Zakayev Dec 14, 2015
Martin prepares Kate for a dangerous job; Gabi confronts the intelligence agents about Martin Odum; in 2001, Ballard and Gabi discover Dmitry has a vulnerability; in 1984, Alex is recruited for a distinguished position.
It's all a fairly standard spy-thriller template, but the cast and crew give Legends an edge. Trust Howard Gordon ("Homeland," "24") and company to devise a well-plotted mystery. Show More
If you can get past the clichéd writing and appreciate Legends as a force of sheer cast magnetism and hyperactive camera tricks, it’s a solid distraction from the problems of the real world. Show More
Legends, which is based on a novel by Robert Littell and produced by a team that includes "Homeland" veterans Howard Gordon and Alexander Cary, has an unusual sense of melancholy, which seems to emanate from Bean's soulful performance. Show More