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Shooter Season 3 Episode 8 Review: The Red Badge

Shooter Review: The Red Badge

On Shooter Season 3 Episode 8, Bob Lee closes in on Earl's evidence against Atlas, but it endangers the life of someone he cares about. Read on for more!
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Shooter Season 3 Episode 7 Review: Swing Vote

Shooter Review: Swing Vote

On Shooter Season 3 Episode 7, Bob Lee and the others close in on Atlas' ultimate plan after tracking down Catherine Mayfield. Julie and Sam face off with Junior. Read on!
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Shooter Season 3 Episode 6 Review: Lines Crossed

Shooter Review: #SaveNadine

On Shooter Season 3 Episode 6, Bob Lee comes face-to-face with Guiterrez and learns the truth about his father's history with Atlas. Read our full review for more!
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Shooter Season 3 Episode 5 Review: A Call to Arms

Shooter Review: A Call to Arms

On Shooter Season 3 Episode 5, Bob Lee reunites with Gregson, Isaac and the others for a mutually beneficial mission that may finally put them ahead of Atlas. Read on!
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Shooter Season 3 Episode 4 Review: The Importance of Service

Shooter Review: What is the God Box?

On Shooter Season 3 Episode 4, Isaac, Nadine, and Bob Lee work together to rescue Harris before it's too late and make a shocking discovery. Read on for more!
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Shooter Details

Former Marine sniper Bob Lee Swagger has entered a new phase of his life, living in exile after leaving the military. His civilian life doesn't last as long as he expects, though, with the discovery of a plot to kill the president. Former commanding officer Isaac Johnson, now a Secret Service agent, draws Swagger into the investigation by seeking his expertise for a clandestine operation to keep the commander in chief safe. The series is based on the 2007 film of the same name, which was an adaptation of Stephen Hunter's novel "Point of Impact."

Network:
USA
Number of Episodes
27
Start Date
Seasons:

Shooter Quotes

I want you to remember this. If it ain't loaded, it ain't lethal.

Earl

The key is communication, but the lock is trust.

Solotov