Pin It
TV shows on DVD

Turn: Season Two for AMC TV Show

Turn TV show season twoAMC has renewed their Turn TV series for a second season. There will be 10 episodes once again.

Here’s the cable channel’s press release:


Show Attracted Passionate Core Audience Averaging 2 Million Viewers Per Week Over Initial Ten Episodes

NEW YORK, NY, June 23, 2014 – AMC today announced that it has ordered a second season of its Revolutionary War drama, “TURN,” which attracted a passionate core audience averaging 2 million viewers a week over its initial 10-episode run. “TURN” will return to AMC with 10 new episodes next spring. The network is also pairing encores of the entire first season of “TURN” with “Hell On Wheels” on Saturday nights this summer, to give new viewers a chance to discover and connect with the show.

“Craig Silverstein, Barry Josephson and a talented cast and crew delivered a truly distinctive and engaging premiere season. We look forward to continuing this revolutionary journey into season two,” said Charlie Collier, AMC president. “AMC and its creative partners have a track record of nurturing programs we collectively believe in, patiently growing viewership and engagement over time. With ‘TURN,’ once again, we dive in with our partners to build upon this very promising first season.”

Season ratings averages, live+3, across initial 10 episodes:
Total audience, 2 million viewers
Adults 25-54, 772,000 viewers
Adults 18-49, 709,000 viewers

On a very competitive night, the “TURN” finale delivered 2.2 million viewers, live+3, including 792,000 adults 25-54 and 706,000 adults 18-49.

A character-driven drama set during the Revolutionary War, “TURN” takes us behind the battlefront, to a shadow war fought by everyday heroes who vowed to keep their heroics a secret. Based on Alexander Rose’s book “Washington’s Spies,” “TURN” centers on Abe Woodhull, a farmer living in British-occupied Long Island, who bands together with a disparate group of childhood friends to form the Culper Ring. Together they risked their lives and honor, and turned against family and King, for a fight they believed in passionately, ultimately helping George Washington turn the tide of the Revolutionary War in favor of the rebels. Their daring efforts also revolutionized the art of espionage, giving birth to modern tradecraft as we know it today, along with all of the moral complexity that entails.

“TURN,” from AMC Studios, is executive produced by Craig Silverstein (“Nikita”), who also serves as showrunner, and Barry Josephson (“Bones,” Enchanted) from Josephson Entertainment. The series stars Jamie Bell as Abraham Woodhull, Seth Numrich as Ben Tallmadge, Daniel Henshall as Caleb Brewster, Heather Lind as Anna Strong, Kevin R. McNally as Judge Richard Woodhull, Meegan Warner as Mary Woodhull, Burn Gorman as Major Hewlett, Angus MacFadyen as Robert Rogers, JJ Feild as Major John André and Samuel Roukin as Captain Simcoe. “TURN” is distributed internationally by Entertainment One Television (eOne), through an exclusive multi-year output agreement.

About AMC
Whether commemorating favorite films from every genre and decade, or creating acclaimed original programming, AMC brings to its audience something deeper, something richer, Something More. The network reigns as the only cable network in history ever to win the Emmy® Award for Outstanding Drama Series four years in a row, and four of the last five with the current Outstanding Drama Series honoree, “Breaking Bad.” The network boasts the most-watched drama series in basic cable history and the number one show on television among adults 18-49 for the last two years with “The Walking Dead.” AMC’s original drama series include “Mad Men,” “Breaking Bad,” “The Walking Dead,” “Hell On Wheels,” “Turn,” “Halt and Catch Fire” and the forthcoming “Breaking Bad” prequel, “Better Call Saul.” AMC also explores authentic worlds with bold characters through its slate of unscripted original series like “Comic Book Men,” “Small Town Security,” “Talking Dead,” “Game of Arms” and “Freakshow.” AMC is owned and operated by AMC Networks Inc. and its sister networks include IFC, SundanceTV, and WE tv. AMC is available across all platforms, including on-air, online, on demand and mobile. AMC: Something More.

What do you think? Do you like the Turn TV series? Are you glad that it was renewed or, do you think it should have been cancelled instead?


Newer and/or Related Articles

{ 70 comments… read them below or add one }

SMJC January 27, 2015 at 5:17 pm

Thsi series is great glad tot has been renewed hopefully it will do better so it can continue on. I heard asbout it from a freind so I think many would be watchers are out there if they know when it’s on etc…


P. Capshaw January 20, 2015 at 1:54 am

Turn should definitely be renewed. It’s a great historical TV series.


I Mackay January 18, 2015 at 9:22 am

This should definitely be renewed. I stumbled on it by accident on Amazon Prime and I thought it was one of the best dramas I have ever seen. I watched all 10 of the first series in two days and I am waiting impatiently for the second. I don’t ever remember the first being advertised. It should be re-released in preparation for the second and advertised better. I can’t imagine why this heart-thumping, nail-biting drama wasn’t a bigger hit. It’s actors, storyline and scenery are fantastic. I loved it!


Delores Krause January 16, 2015 at 1:54 am

My husband and I love the show, so glad you are doing another season.


John January 15, 2015 at 3:40 pm

I love the show. You need more action. The acting is great. you need more seat gripping suspense in your show. Very little is known about Washington spies by the average person.I hope you have more than two seasons for the show I look forward to seeing the show when it reairs on tv. Try to throw in some little Skirmishes like you did in the first episode that would be great.


Mark Alexander January 15, 2015 at 9:10 am

Love Turn and more than glad it is being renewed. Love history of the Revolution and WWII. Turn is very authentic in dress and weapons of this era. Hoping this is just the beginning of a long series.


Leave a Comment