So, I got a chance to see The Last Ship episode 1 before it makes its premiere on June 12, 2016. I must say that I was delighted and disappointed with the opening. If you haven’t seen it yet, look On Demand and you will be treated, once again, to our friends on the Nathan James and in the new St. Louis capital of the New United States. If you haven’t seen the first episode, I won’t spoil it for you here. However, I will say that it is once again action-packed, edge of your seat drama. The disappointing part, you will see for yourself.

The Last Ship - Chandler and Peng

Here’s another promo and the introduction to Season 3 info:

The wait is nearly over. TNT’s epic drama The Last Ship is preparing to set sail again in its quest to save humanity after a devastating pandemic with a two-hour premiere this summer. Following the epic second-season cliffhanger, the highly anticipated third season finds the crew of the Nathan James shifting their attention to Asia after President Michener hears rumblings that the Chinese leader, President Peng, has been hoarding the ‘Scott cure’ instead of distributing it to the people in the region. Michener sends Chandler to a global summit to investigate this allegation, as well as rumors of a possible mutation of the original virus that has caused a fresh outbreak in Japan. If the mutation has occurred, and Asia has not been protected, the consequences for the world are dire. And with Rachel Scott shot in the season two finale, and her fate as yet unknown, hope is in low supply.

I will have a fuller writeup on my thoughts about The Last Ship later on in the month. Look for it.

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