What Can Fans Expect From Strike Back in September?
The final season of Strike Back is currently on Cinemax and it definitely lives up to all hype with a some shocking deaths and some crazy plots. What can fans expect in September as Strike Back approaches the end of the line?
Spoiler Alert: Cinemax gave us plot synopses for each episode that airs in September so read at your own risk.
In North Korea, Mei (Michelle Yeoh) – now embracing her real name, Li-Na – is tasked by her mentor, Moon Young-Su (Kwang-Hoon Na), to pry a confession out of Scott (Sullivan Stapleton) and Stonebridge (Philip Winchester), using Finn (Christian Antidormi) as leverage. Meanwhile, Locke(Robson Green) and Martinez (Milauna Jackson) recruit a familiar face in Russia to help get them into North Korea and attempt a dangerous rescue operation.
Written by Jack Lothian; directed by Brendan Maher.
In Vienna, the cloned phone of Myshkin (Alex Humes), a Russian mob leader, leads Locke, Nina (Tereza Srbova), Scott and Stonebridge into a public plaza – the site of a rendezvous between Kwon (Will Yun Lee) and Oppenheimer (Michael McElhatton), who is the world’s most dangerous bombmaker, and a man Locke dearly wants to apprehend. Later, Scott and Stonebridge crash a daring bank heist orchestrated by Kwon and Li-Na in search of a one-of-a-kind document that holds the key to their diabolical plans.
Written by Richard Zajdlic & Ed Whitmore; directed by Michael J. Bassett.
With an assist from Nina, Scott and Stonebridge track down Matthias (Ryan Sampson), an eccentric young encryption analyst hired by Kwon and Li-Na to access vital nuclear material codes. Later, Locke comes face-to-face with his nemesis, while Scott and Stonebridge intercept the interceptors of a key convoy.
Written by Ed Whitmore & Jack Lothian; directed by Michael J. Bassett.
STRIKE BACK is a Cinemax Presentation in association with British Sky Broadcasting Limited; a Left Bank Pictures Production; executive producer, Andy Harries; co-executive producers, Michael J. Bassett, James Dormer; co-producer: Bill Shephard; producers, Selwyn Roberts (episodes 31-34), Chris Thompson (episodes 35-40); series producers, Michael Casey, Sharon Hughff.