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TRACKERS: Upcoming Episodes

Episode 4
Debut date: FRIDAY, JUNE 26 (10:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT)
Lucas (Ed Stoppard) becomes the PBI’s primary suspect in Inkunzi’s (Sisanda Henna) murder – and though Janina (Sandi Schultz) senses a government conspiracy afoot, she finally seeks the CIA’s help in cracking open Osman’s (Brendon Daniels) plan. Overcome with panic, Milla (Rolanda Marais) scrambles to uncover who Lucas really is, while an at-large Lemmer (James Gracie) continues his search for Flea (Trix Vivier) and his stolen gun. As the PBI work overtime to find any connection between Flea and Lucas, they discover an unexpected lead.
Adapted for Television by Robert Thorogood from the Novel by Deon Meyer; written by Jozua Malherbe, Amy Jephta & Kelsey Egan; Directed by Jyri Kähönen.

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Episode 5
Debut date: FRIDAY, JULY 3 (10:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT)
With Osman (Brendon Daniels) in a coma, Daoud (Emmanuel Castis) takes the reigns on the diamond exchange with Flea (Trix Vivier), while Flea makes a desperate appeal to Lemmer (James Gracie) for backup. After Janina (Sandi Schultz) questions her, Milla (Rolanda Marais) says her goodbyes to the PBI – until she finds them surveilling her and turns to Lucas (Ed Stoppard) for help. But when an encounter between Lucas, Milla, and Osman’s men ends in a shootout, the blame falls on Janina, who must take matters into her own hands to protect Cape Town’s shores from the impending terror attack.
Adapted for Television by Robert Thorogood from the Novel by Deon Meyer; written by Jozua Malherbe, Amy Jephta & Kelsey Egan; Directed by Jyri Kähönen.

Episode 6
Debut date: FRIDAY, JULY 10 (10:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT)
With Quinn (Thapelo Mokoena) at the helm, the PBI move in on Osman’s (Brendon Daniels) men – but soon find themselves running in circles. As Janina (Sandi Schultz) and Lemmer (James Gracie) join forces to unveil the truth behind the diamond-weapon exchange, Teliha’s true role in this intricate, terrifying plot begins to reveal itself. Meanwhile, Milla’s (Rolanda Marais) loyalties to Lucas (Ed Stoppard), the PBI, and her son are tested – and shocking new information about Flea’s (Trix Vivier) death comes to light.
Adapted for Television by Robert Thorogood from the Novel by Deon Meyer; written by Jozua Malherbe, Amy Jephta & Kelsey Egan; Directed by Jyri Kähönen.

Executive producers, Cobus van den Berg, Tim Theron, Jonathan Drake, Robert Thorogood, Deon Meyer; executive creative producer, Steve Maher; series producer, Rebecca Fuller-Campbell; directed by Jyri Kähönen; cinematography by Ivan Strasburg;  adapted for television by Robert Thorogood from the novel by Deon Meyer; a Cinemax presentation of a Three River Fiction and Scene23 co-production in association with M-Net and ZDF.

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