‘Berlin Station’ is a contemporary spy thriller that follows CIA operative Daniel Miller who has just arrived at the CIA foreign station in modern day Berlin, Germany. The first two seasons saw Miller infiltrating different organizations in order to extract information. Created by Olen Steinhauer. Season 1 of ‘Berlin Station’ premiered on Epix on October 16, 2016. On November 17, 2016, Epix renewed the show for a second season, which premiered on October 15, 2017. Days later, ‘Berlin Station’ again got renewed, and Season 3 premiered on December 2, 2018, and ran till February 19, 2019. Now, the question is whether ‘Berlin Station’ will get renewed for a fourth season.
Berlin Station Season 4 Cast: Who is in it?
In the show, Richard Armitage plays the role of Daniel Miller, a CIA operative working undercover in Berlin. Michelle Forbes plays the role of no-nonsense CIA Berlin unit administrator Valerie Edwards, while Rhys Ifans plays the role of CIA veteran Hector DeJean – a man with a lot of secrets. Meanwhile, Leland Orser slips into the shoe of Robert Kirsch, a determined and successful Deputy Chief who digs out intelligence in Berlin using both his wits and force.
Apart from the aforementioned characters, Richard Jenkins plays the role of former Berlin CIA Station Chief Steve Frost, and Ashley Judd plays the role of current Berlin CIA Station Chief BB Yates. Further, in Season 3, Ismael Cruz Cordova comes in to play Rafael Torres, an ex-military agent for the CIA’s special activities division.
Berlin Station Season 4 Plot: What is it about?
The first season of ‘Berlin Station’ followed Miller’s story as he tried to uncover the source of information for a famous whistleblower named Thomas Shaw. Over the course of the season, fresh-from-Langley Miller, guided by the veteran DeJean, learns to contend with the high stakes, often life-threatening world that field agents have to deal with, as he tries to complete his mission.
The second season, which takes off four months after Miller gets shot at the end of Season 1, sees Miller trying to infiltrate a far-right German political party believed to be planning an act of terrorism right before an upcoming election. After a lot of nerve-wracking drama, Miller succeeds in his mission.
The 10-episode long Season 3 takes place over a span of 11 days, and the plot follows Miller and Kirsch as they embark on a diplomatic mission to Estonia. However, complications arise when the duo find compelling evidence about a covert Russian invasion. They subsequently have to race against time to prevent a chain of events that could potentially lead to another Cold (or, possibly Hot) War. Yet, that’s not the only thing Miller has to contend with. In Estonia, Miller also finds leads about a mysterious spy known as the “Diver”, who he believes killed his mother years ago on the night the Berlin Wall was torn down. Meanwhile, Season 3 also sees ex-military man Torres join the CIA’s Berlin Station. Unlike most of the agents at the station, who have been shaped by their experiences of the Cold War, Torres is portrayed as someone who prefers a more…hands-on approach, based on his earlier service experience as a specialist in Iraq and Afghanistan.