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Traitors

Traitors poster
Air weekdate: Sunday
Genre: Drama, Thriller, Espionage
Channel: Channel 4
Status: Ended
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Albert Welling Albert Welling as Brigadier Moss
Brandon P. Bell Brandon P. Bell as Jackson Cole
David Hargreaves David Hargreaves as Martin Garrick
Emma Appleton Emma Appleton as Feef Symonds
Greg McHugh Greg McHugh as David Hennessey
Jamie Blackley Jamie Blackley as Freddie Symonds
Keeley Hawes Keeley Hawes as Priscilla Garrick
Luke Treadaway Luke Treadaway as Hugh Fenton
Matt Lauria Matt Lauria as Peter McCormick
Michael Stuhlbarg Michael Stuhlbarg as Rowe

Traitors revolves around Feef Symonds, a bold and ambitious 20-something woman who joins the Civil Service in 1945, just as Attlee's Labour party sweeps to victory, defeating Churchill in an electoral bolt from the blue. Her ambition to make something of her life, which goes unrecognised by her family, is furthermore complicated by her American lover. Feef agrees to spy on her own government for the Americans, who have a hidden agenda in making sure England's burgeoning Socialist ambitions don't play into Soviet hands. Struggling to work out what she stands for, and what she's capable of, Feef must learn to think for herself and play by her own rules at a time when knowledge becomes power and nothing and no-one is what they seem.

Traitors season 1

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Traitors season 1 poster

The action of the six-part drama Traitors (formerly Jerusalem) will unfold immediately after the end of the Second World War. The young girl Feef Symonds, who came to the civil service in 1945, is involved in espionage games. Being recruited by the Americans, Feef agrees to tell on her government. The United States has its own hidden goal. They want to make sure that the growing socialist ambitions of Great Britain do not play into the hands of the Soviet Union. The girl will have to learn to think independently and play by her own rules.

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