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|XIII: The Series|
Season 1 poster
|Developed by||Duane Clark|
|Country of origin||France
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||26 (List of episodes)|
|Location(s)||Toronto, and Georgetown Canada
|Running time||44 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Prodigy Pictures
|Original channel||Canal+ (France)
Mystery TV (Canada)
Ztélé (in French) (Canada)
|Original run||18 April 2011 – present|
|Preceded by||XIII: The Conspiracy|
XIII: The Series is an English-language Franco-Canadian TV series that premiered in April 2011 in France and Canada. It is based on the Belgian graphic novel series created by Jean Van Hamme and William Vance, about an amnesiac protagonist who seeks to discover his concealed past. The TV series follows the events of the 2008 TV film XIII: The Conspiracy, which was also produced by Prodigy Pictures and Cipango.
Shaw Media (then still known as Canwest) announced on 9 July 2010 the new dramas Blackstone, Endgame, King, and XIII would be produced for the 2010-11 season and that Combat Hospital would be produced for the 2011-12 season in addition to the already announced series Shattered and Lost Girl. Along with four comedies and three pilot movies it made for the largest order for scripted original programming that Canwest had ever done. Production on XIII began on 13 September 2010 with filming in and around Toronto, including Barber Mill, Georgetown, Ontario. Portions of XIII were also filmed in Paris.
|XIII||Stephen Dorff||Stuart Townsend|
|Major Lauren Jones||Lucinda Davis||Aisha Tyler|
|General/President Ben Carrington||Stephen McHattie|
|Colonel Samuel Amos||Greg Bryk|
|President Walter "Wally" Sheridan||Ted Atherton|
|Samantha "Sam" Taylor||Caterina Murino|
|President Joseph K. Galbrain||John Bourgeois|
|Kim Rowland||Jessalyn Gilsig|
|Sally Sheridan||Mimi Kuzyk|
|Irina Svetlanova||Virginie Ledoyen|
|Director Frank Giordino||Paulino Nunes|
|Sean Mullway||Peter MacNeill|
|Rainer Gerhardt||Tom Berenger|
|Dylan Masters||Aaron Ashmore|
|Max Serle||Matthew Bennett|
|Roger Hansby||Christian Martyn|
|Laura Amos||Vanessa Matsui|
|Betty Barnowsky||Roxane Mesquida|
|Max Vargas||Bruce Ramsay|
|Harriet Traymore||Ingrid Kavelaars|
|Martin Reynolds||Demore Barnes|
Main characters 
- Stuart Townsend as "XIII" - An infamous, skilled and lethal secret agent and independent contractor of the United States Government who, after suffering brain-damage during the Roman Numeral Conspiracy Mission, has lost all memories of his identity. Two years following the events of the mini-series, XIII, having been imprisoned in a Romania black site, has an escape arranged by forces loyal to Wally Sheridan, and he forms a workable arrangement with President Ben Carrington and other elements of the government to track down the Renelco information weapon - a very dangerous piece of software capable of universal access to all technology - and retrieve it; all in the hopes of uncovering his true identity. Eventually he discovers his identity as a former CIA special ops agent, raised under the name Ryan Flay; as well as his true name at birth Jason Peter Mullway; son of a CIA agent, Sean Mullway.
- Aisha Tyler as Special Agent Lauren Jones - a Special Agent with the Department of Homeland Security, formerly a Major in the US Army. Jones, during the events of the Roman Numeral Conspiracy Mission, was a CIA agent who worked with XIII to expose the conspiracy; the two were also lovers, before his amnesia, and Jones still retains feelings for him, despite the complicated situation. Two years following the events of the mini-series, Jones is revealed to have left the CIA and taken a position with the Secret Service at the White House; having been told XIII was stationed overseas on a black operation. When XIII resurfaces, having really been secretly imprisoned by Amos, Jones is assigned to Homeland Security, under Amos's command, to assist XIII in his investigation of the Renelco Mission and Rainer Gerhardt, as well as XIII's own efforts of uncovering his true identity. In the Season 1 finale, Jones apparently betrays XIII to Gerhardt's surviving operatives and shoots XIII with a sniper rifle - for reasons unknown.
- Greg Bryk as Director Samuel Amos - the Director of National Intelligence under President Ben Carrington, formerly a Colonel in the US Army - a title the President still uses with him. Amos, during the events of the Roman Numeral Conspiracy Mission, was still an active Army Colonel in charge of government intelligence, leading the investigation of the assassination of President Sally Sheridan, and targeted XIII, initially believing him to be the killer; ultimately the two worked together with Jones to stop the conspiracy, with Amos, in the aftermath, leading the effort to capture or eliminate the remaining members. Two years following the events of th mini-series, Amos is revealed to have left the military and taken the position of Director of National Intelligence (DNI) to President Carrington, and, despite XIII's innocence and efforts to expose the conspiracy, had actually had XIII imprisoned in a black site in Romania - having learnt of XIII's possible link to the Renelco Mission; knowledge of which he sees as too dangerous to be allowed to go free. Following XIII's escape, arranged by forces loyal to Wally Sheridan, XIII forms a workable arrangement with Carrington and other elements of the government, including a begrudging Amos, to track down the Renelco information weapon - the focus of the mission, deliberately hidden by XIII before the conspiracy - and retrieve it; all in the hopes of uncovering his true identity. Amos, at the President's order, works with XIII and other government agents in track the weapon down, but remains wary and cautious around XIII and the methods he employs as his investigation deepens - often stating XIII was "out of control". In the Season 1 finale, Amos finally reaches the point he attempts to have an assassination team kill XIII, although he fails, and instead Amos calls off his attempt on XIII's life to re-focus on Sheridan, and confronts him in his home and attempts to bluff him into shooting himself; in an effort to derail his plans to get back in power. It results in a showdown which ends in gunshots. Amos left the Carrington administration and is now the head of the Sequeandron Company.
- Stephen McHattie as President Ben Carrington - the current President of the United States, formerly a General in the US Army, and Deputy Director of the NSA. Carrington, during the events of the Roman Numeral Conspiracy Mission, was still an active Army General who worked with XIII to expose the conspiracy, during which his daughter, Kim Rowland, is killed. Two years following the events of the mini-series, Carrington is revealed to have left the military and went into politics, taking the position of Vice President under then-President Wally Sheridan, after a scandal forces the resignation of his predecessor; he then goes one step further and blackmails Sheridan into resigning, citing a diagnosis with a chronic heart problem, after threatening him with evidence that Sheridan was the mastermind behind the conspiracy and had then-President Sally Sheridan, his own sister, killed, so he could take office. Carrington was then sworn in as the current President. When XIII escaped his imprisonment, he forms a workable arrangement with Carrington and other elements of the government to track down the Renelco information weapon and retrieve it; all in the hopes of uncovering his true identity. Carrington makes it clear that he both trusts and respects XIII after his efforts to expose the Roman Numeral Conspiracy, and grants him all the access and resources he can to aid in his quest. Carrington currently faces a difficult re-election against Wally Sheridan; who has steadily discredited Carrington in the eyes of the public, but he does gain a sense of peace with Kim's death when he takes her newly-found son; Roger, under his protection (though when it is found Roger is Kim's illegitimate son with Sheridan himself, it further escalates the animosity between them). In the Season 1 finale, XIII's memory of the Renelco Mission begins returning, and during a memory flash that occurs after he is shot by Jones, he remembers Carrington was present on the mission, implying he had a connection to Rainer Gerhardt since the beginning. In Season 2, Carrington is campaigning for a full four-year term in his own right in the presidential election.
Season 1 
- Virginie Ledoyen as Irina Svetlanova - A mysterious Russian mercenary working as Wally Sheridan's operative, hunting for the Renelco information weapon, and so regularly clashes with XIII; despite Irina's initial attempts to gain his trust, having taken part in Sheridan's effort to get him out of the Romania black site, and aid him in his efforts of uncovering his true identity. Their relationship quickly became deadly, and the consequences were the deaths of several of XIII's past associates, including Samantha Taylor; who XIII ultimately found out was shot by Irina. In the Season 1 finale, Irina is shot and killed by XIII in revenge.
- Caterina Murino as Samantha "Sam" Taylor - A civilian photo shop owner who, during the events of the Roman Numeral Conspiracy Mission, was caught up in XIII's efforts to expose the conspiracy. Two years following the events of the mini-series, Sam is approached again by XIII, to aid his efforts of uncovering his true identity. After a short time, Sam and XIII succumbed to their feelings and became lovers. Tragically, Sam was shot and killed in Season 1, Episode 3 by Irina Svetlanova, Sheridan's operative, who shot her with a sniper rifle during an arranged robbery, that was made to look like it "went bad" - the truth was ultimately found out and XIII killed Irina in revenge.
- Ted Atherton as President Walter "Wally" Sheridan - the former President of the United States. Sheridan, during the events of the Roman Numeral Conspiracy Mission, was originally a state Governor, and was present at the assassination of his sister; President Sally Sheridan. Sheridan campaigned for the presidency, claiming to take up his sister's legacy, and ultimately won the election and supervised the effort to capture or eliminate the remaining members. In truth, XIII and his government allies realized too late that Sheridan himself was the mastermind behind the conspiracy. Two years following the events of the mini-series, Sheridan is revealed to have actually left the presidency, having been blackmailed into resigning by his Vice President, Ben Carrington, after threatening him with evidence that Sheridan had his sister killed so he could take office. Despite retirement, which Sheridan cited as due to a diagnosis with a chronic heart problem, Sheridan remains largely popular with the public, and, after joining forces with Rainer Gerhardt to locate and retrieve the Renelco information weapon in exchange for the funding and support he needs to regain power, and having already been steadily discrediting Carrington, eventually comes forward and announces his bid for re-election against Carrington. Carrington, like his operative; Irina Svetlanova, attempts to gain XIII's trust, having arranged the effort to get him out of the Romania black site, as well as aid him in his efforts of uncovering his true identity. Ultimately, however, Sheridan is established as an enemy of XIII and dedicated to eliminating him as, in his eyes, XIII is endangering his effort to regain power. Sheridan was delighted to learn he had a son with Carrington's daughter, Kim, before her death in the mini-series, and this knowledge increases his desire to regain the presidency. In the Season 1 finale, Samuel Amos confronts Sheridan in his home and attempts to bluff him into shooting himself; in an effort to derail his plans to get back in power. Sheridan, calmly, refuses. It results in a showdown which ends in gunshots. Sheridan's fate revealed that he was killed by Amos at the Sheridan estate.
- Paulino Nunes as Director Frank Giordino - the Director of the CIA under President Ben Carrington and immediate subordinate of Samuel Amos; Giordino is one of the few government officials aware of XIII's existence, initially working with Amos to suppress him, but later, at President Carrington's order, works with XIII and Jones in their efforts to locate and retrieve the Renelco information weapon. While appearing, like former-President Wally Sheridan and his operative; Irina Svetlanova, to help XIII in his efforts of uncovering his true identity, Giordino was revealed to have been working behind-the-scenes with Irina and Sheridan against XIII; sabotaging XIII's investigation whenever he could. Ultimately, Giordino was exposed and goes rogue, with Amos taking over the CIA directly in his place. Giordino was thrown from a moving train in Season 1, Episode 10 by XIII after he attempted to kidnap Sheridan's illegitimate son with Kim Carrington, Roger, for leverage. Giordino's body was not found.
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired||DVD & Blu-ray release date|
|Season premiere||Season finale||Region 1||Region 2|
|The Conspiracy||2||6 October 2008||13 October 2008||6 April 2010||13 January 2010|
|1||13||18 April 2011||23 May 2011||N/A||22 June 2011|
|2||13||15 October 2012||19 November 2012||N/A||28 November 2012|
The Conspiracy (2008) 
The two-part mini-series served as a backdoor pilot for the series and stars Val Kilmer, Stephen Dorff as "XIII" as well as series regulars Stephen McHattie, Greg Bryk, Ted Atherton and Caterina Murino. It premiered in France on Canal+ on 6 and 13 October 2008, was first broadcast in Canada on Global and in the USA on NBC on 8 and 15 February 2009, in Australia on Nine on 1 and 8 November 2009, and in the United Kingdom on 27 December 2009 on Five. Showcase rebroadcast the show in Canada in 2010 and ReelzChannel rebroadcast it in the USA in 2012 before they started showing Season 1.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||France air date||Canadian air date||US air date|
"Le Jour du Soleil Noir "
|Duane Clark||David Wolkove & Philippe Lyon||6 October 2008||8 February 2009||8 February 2009|
|Female US President Sheridan is killed from a mile away by a masterly sniper who leaves no trace. The vice president, now having succeeded for a short end of term, is contested by the president's brother, Governor Wally Sheridan, who plays the national insecurity card, as the murder is only the first in a series of terrorist strikes. Colonel Amos and his team are given free rein to track down and catch the killer at all cost. Ross Tanner, who is found by a retired couple and lovingly nursed after a bad fall from a helicopter, comes to realize through serious amnesia he's probably the sniper. Two teams track him down. La Mangouste's commando team kills the couple, tortures him and anyone known to have crossed his path but loses him again. General Carrington tells him his identity is an elaborate fake to support the conspiracy, which uses the collateral victims as decoys at every terrorist strike, all tattooed with Roman numerals, like his XIII.|
"Toutes les Larmes de L'Enfer"
|Duane Clark||David Wolkove & Philippe Lyon||13 October 2008||15 February 2009||15 February 2009|
|Ross Tanner successfully deals with his multiple identity mystery and the terrorist threats as well as a top-level conspiracy including the White House chief of staff, which La Mangouste fails to protect against him. Wally Sheridan is elected president, instead of Vice President Galbraith, who thanks him and General Carrington. Yet 'XIII' senses something isn't right.|
Season 1 (2011) 
The first season of XIII consists of 13 episodes with Gil Grant as showrunner. It premiered in France on 18 April 2011 on Canal+, where two episodes were shown on Monday nights. The North American debut for the series was 19 April 2011 in Canada on Mystery TV, where the series was shown at 10:00 am ET on Tuesday mornings. The series was shown in prime-time in Canada on Showcase, where episodes were shown Wednesday nights at 10:00 pm ET and were also available in HDTV. The twelfth and thirteenth episodes were shown Tuesdays at 10:00 pm ET on Showcase due to the return of Weeds' seventh season. In the United States it was shown on prime-time on Friday nights more than a year later on the ReelzChannel starting 29 June 2012.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||France air date||Canadian air date||US air date|
|John Stead & Duane Clark||Gil Grant||18 April 2011||19 April 2011||29 June 2012|
|Having been unjustly locked down in a brutal rendition camp for two years by NSA Director Amos, XIII is sprung in a daring escape by mysterious allies. These allies turn out to be former President Sheridan and psychotic freelance killer Irina Svetlanova. When Sheridan promises that if XIII retrieves the contents of a safe deposit box only he can access, Sheridan will give him information about his past life. XIII takes the deal. Opening the box, XIII finds a mysterious watch that contains a computer chip. Suddenly, killers from all camps converge on XIII to acquire the watch and it’s all he can do to keep himself and Sam—his friend from the photo shop—alive. In the end, XIII takes the ultimate risk and makes an incursion into the White House itself in an attempt to force President Carrington to play by XIII’s rules.|
|Philippe Haïm||Philippe Lyon||18 April 2011||26 April 2011||6 July 2012|
|XIII and Sam follow a clue from Sheridan to Green Falls, a small town where XIII may have grown up. As XIII begins to ask questions about himself and his father, who is a local reporter, XIII stirs up old secrets and modern-day violence. In the end, XIII learns his boyhood name, but also is driven to solve the murder of the father he never knew and a corporate scheme to hide the deaths of hundreds of workers. XIII also learns that he was conscripted into a CIA training program when he was away at college. The more answers he gets, the more mysterious his past seems to be.|
|Duane Clark||Charles Heit||25 April 2011||3 May 2011||13 July 2012|
|Chasing another lead from Sheridan, XIII gets himself thrown into a brutal Venezuelan prison in search of a prisoner who might have worked with XIII when he was a CIA operative. The problem is getting to this prisoner – Sanchez - a powerful personality who inspired the prisoners to fight for their rights. He’s been declared insane and locked away in a high security area. XIII must fight off attacks from both prisoners and guards as he attempts to sneak into the secure medical ward and get the information he needs. When corrupt CIA chief, Giordino gets involved and forces XIII to do a dangerous side mission for him in the prison, it seems that even if XIII gets the information he needs, he might wind up spending the rest of his life behind the bars of this brutal institution.|
|4||4||"The Irish Version"
"La Version irlandaise"
|Xavier Palud||Denis McGrath||25 April 2011||10 May 2011||20 July 2012|
|XIII follows the piece of information he learned from Sanchez in the Venezuelan prison. It leads him to Ireland in search of Seamus O’Neal, an ex-IRA operative who was inducted into the CIA at the same time XIII was. In Seamus’ home town, XIII begins to ask questions about Seamus and opens up old hostilities... and a possible connection between Seamus and a new breed of IRA killers. XIII must fight to find out what Seamus was involved in… and the secrets of what it has to do with XIII’s own life.|
"Bienvenue à Bitterroot"
|Duane Clark||Pamela Davis||2 May 2011||17 May 2011||27 July 2012|
|XIII follows the trail of his identity to a paramilitary training camp in the Pacific Northwest named Bitterroot where he supposedly trained. As XIII tries to discover the nature of the secret mission he was being trained for, he runs afoul of the camp’s owner, Rech. It's all XIII can do to stay alive through the vicious training regime... and the ever-present danger of being discovered and executed as a spy. In the end, XIII finds some of the information he was looking for, but at a deadly cost.|
"Opération Costa Verde"
|Michael Robison||Peter Mohan||2 May 2011||25 May 2011||17 August 2012|
|Having learned in Bitterroot that he was trained for a corporate intrusion mission in Costa Verde, XIII and Jones head off to investigate. As they dig deeper into XIII’s possible involvement there, they make stunning discoveries. Not only might XIII have been involved in an explosion that killed hundreds of workers at a plant, but he was also involved with a revolutionary movement... and its beautiful and charismatic leader. In the end, what XIII finds out, might not just get him killed, it might change the course of the country's history.|
"Plongée en eaux troubles"
|Paul Shapiro||Andrea Stevens||9 May 2011||1 June 2011||24 August 2012|
|XIII and Jones travel to Chicago in search of Robert Simons, one of the other agents sent to break into the plant in Costa Verde. Desperate to find out what really went on there... and in search of the information hidden in the other two watches he knows about, XIII is frustrated to learn that Simons disappeared two years ago. Even worse, XIII's search seems to have attracted the attention of others who are looking for the information from the watches, including the lethal Irina. In the end, XIII finds out what really happened to Simons and attempts to recover one of the watches. The trick will be to keep himself, Jones and Simons' daughter alive long enough to accomplish it.|
"Une partie de chasse"
|Alain Tasma||Grant Rosenberg||9 May 2011||8 June 2011||31 August 2012|
|When Irina approaches XIII with a proposal for him to hand over one of the watches in return for the identity of the man who killed Sam, XIII makes a deal with the devil.|
|9||9||"The Bank Job"
"Braquage à la russe"
|Lee Rose||Denis McGrath||16 May 2011||15 June 2011||7 September 2012|
|XIII is hot on the trail of now-exposed CIA director Giordino and tracks him to a safe deposit box in Moscow where Giordino has secreted money, documents and blackmail materials in case of an emergency. XIII and Jones plan a daring bank robbery to get to Giordino’s stash before he does, but on breaking in, find more mysteries than answers. What XIII finds out is that keeping the team he put together in one piece might be harder than he ever thought. In the end, XIII may have to let the deadly Giordino get into the box so they can find out where his next move will take him. And that move might prove fatal to XIII and Jones.|
|Steve DiMarco||Charles Heit||16 May 2011||22 June 2011||14 September 2012|
|Following Giordino as he makes use of the mysterious information from his burn box, XIII and Jones find themselves looking for a young boy whose parents Giordino has brutally murdered. As they chase Giordino and the boy to a secret meeting on a train travelling across Canada, they learn the stunning truth about who the boy really is. They also learn the earth-shaking consequences of Giordino or the mysterious Gerhardt controlling him. Eventually, XIII will have his long-awaited confrontation with Giordino from which only one of them will walk away.|
|Ken Girotti||Peter Mohan||23 May 2011||30 June 2011||21 September 2012|
|From information XIII and Jones learned from the boy Giordino kidnapped, they travel to Montana, the site of a de-commissioned blast chamber full of deadly traps... and potentially, the hiding place of Max Serle and the information from the final watch. Max, one of the conspirators in the Costa Verde mission and a dangerous paranoiac, has walled himself in the blast chamber, having tricked it out with deadly traps. It’s up to XIII and Jones to fight their way through the installation to get to Max and convince him of who XIII really is before Irina and her team of mercenaries can get there first.|
|Alain Tasma||Grant Rosenberg||23 May 2011||5 July 2011||28 September 2012|
|Having retrieved the final watch from Max Serle, XIII fits the pieces of the encrypted file together to find that it requires a password. As Amos and his team try to preemptively take back the information before XIII can use it, XIII and Dillon work frantically to break the password. Throughout this, XIII realizes that the mysterious Gerhardt has led him through the facets of his previous life for a reason. The password is somewhere in what he’s re-experienced over the last weeks of his quest. In the end, unless he breaks the code in time, the forces that shape his destiny may cheat XIII out of the answers he so desperately needs.|
|Clark Johnson||Denis McGrath||23 May 2011||12 July 2011||5 October 2012|
|Gerhardt has stolen the information weapon from XIII and is bent on using it to undermine world powers to his benefit. XIII and Jones enlist Dillon to help them track Gerhardt’s operations to Paris where Gerhardt has a stronghold. But in Paris, XIII must fight his way through the layers of protection that Gerhardt has set up to find Gerhardt’s base of operations. Finally, XIII and Gerhardt have their confrontation as they chase through the streets of Paris. As they work through their final meeting, the fate of the information weapon, of XIII’s life… and the future of society itself will hang in the balance.|
Season 2 (2012) 
After a period of some uncertainty, a Twitter announcement on 11 December 2011 by Stuart Townsend, the actor who plays "XIII", stated the series was renewed for a second season. It further states the show will undergo "a major retooling, taking the show in a new direction". Filming began in 13 February 2012, in Toronto, Canada.
The second season consists of 13 episodes with Roger Avary as showrunner. It premiered in France on 15 October 2012 on Canal+, where two to three episodes were shown on Monday nights for a period of six weeks. It is expected to be rebroadcast on M6 in 2013.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||France air date||Canadian air date||US air date|
|Alain Tasma||Roger Avary & David Martinez||15 October 2012||9 April 2013||29 March 2013|
|Alain Tasma||Roger Avary||15 October 2012||N/A||5 April 2013|
|Duane Clark||Denis McGrath & Peter Rowley||15 October 2012||N/A||12 April 2013|
|Robert Lieberman||Christina Ray||22 October 2012||N/A||19 April 2013|
|Bruce McDonald||Denis McGrath||22 October 2012||N/A||N/A|
|David Winning||David Martinez||29 October 2012||N/A||N/A|
|Rachel Talalay||Karen McClellan||29 October 2012||N/A||N/A|
|Rachel Talalay||Roger Avary||5 November 2012||N/A||N/A|
|David Winning||Christina Ray||5 November 2012||N/A||N/A|
|Pascal Laugier||David Martinez||12 November 2012||N/A||N/A|
|David Wu||Karen McClellan||12 November 2012||N/A||N/A|
|Bruce McDonald||Gala Avary||19 November 2012||N/A||N/A|
|Duane Clark||N/A||19 November 2012||N/A||N/A|
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- XIII : The Series - Renewed for season 2
- XIII : The Series - Renewed for season 2
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