Lands of ‘The Brave’

movie & TV September 19, 2017 16:31

By The Nation

“The Brave”, a new action-packed drama series about unsung heroes and their inspirational resilience begins its 13-episode run next Tuesday (September 26) exclusively on Cinemax at the same time as in the US.



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“The Brave” follows 1st Lieutenant Adam Dalton and his heroic Special Operations squad of highly trained undercover military specialists as they t carry out on-ground missions across the globe. His team is armed with incredible sniper, Sergeant Jasmine “Jaz” Khan, Chief Petty Officer Ezekiel “Preach” Carter, combat medic, Sergeant Joseph “McG” McGuire and intelligence officer, Agent Amir Al-Raisani.

The team works hand in hand with the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) that is headquartered in Washington DC, carrying out missions such as hostage rescues, intelligence gathering, protecting the lives of the innocent and capturing or killing the world’s most dangerous warlords.

Led by Deputy Director of the DIA, Patricia Campbell (Anne Heche) and her team of analysts including Cultural Specialist, Noah Morgenthau (Tate Ellington) and mission coordinator, Hannah Rivera (Sofia Pernas), the DIA wields the world’s most advanced surveillance technology to identify threats and oversee covert missions. All members of this elite squad, both in Washington DC and across the world, have one thing in common: their resilience and commitment to freedom is unmatched by any other. Often facing insurmountable challenges, the team works tirelessly to get the job done and to prevail in even the most complex situations.

The missions take the Special Operations squad across the globe, from the jungles of South America, to the sleek streets of Berlin and from the snowy steppes of Russia, to the sun bleached plains of Somalia. The series portrays an authentic look at defence agencies by working closely with technical consultants from both the intelligence and operational spheres, including a former CIA agent and an ex-Navy Seal. It is also the first show to have direct cooperation from the DIA itself.