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Powers Division tries to contain SuperShock (Michael Madsen) by using "Ghost"as bait, but it goes horribly wrong. Walker (Sharlto Copley) discovers that Retro Girl withheld pivotal information from him, forcing him to decide whether or not he' ready to be a hero even if he' no longer a Power.

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Slain Dragons
Powers start dropping from the sky and Walker (Sharlto Copley) suspects an old friend is behind it. Pilgrim (Susan Heyward), however, pursues "Ghost"believing he' responsible.

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Chasing Ghosts
Walker (Sharlto Copley) learns that something isn't quite right with SuperShock (Michael Madsen), while Pilgrim (Susan Heyward) and Kutter (Justice Leak) investigate an elusive "Ghost."Calista' (Olesya Rulin) estranged father unexpectedly comes to town.

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The origins of SuperShock' (Michael Madsen) complicated and mysterious relationship with Retro Girl are revealed, as Calista (Olesya Rulin), Sgt. Martinez (Raul Casso) and Zora (Logan Browning) team up to fill the Powers void left in her absence.

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As Calista (Olesya Rulin) is about to be crowned the newest shining star of the Powers universe by Conrad Moody III (Wil Wheaton), CEO of the most powerful Powers merchandising company on the planet, a valuable member of the community is murdered. With Walker (Sharlto Copley) and Pilgrim (Susan Heyward) suspended, they are powerless to stop the city from unraveling around them.

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Shaking the Tree
In the aftermath of a catastrophic political scandal, Walker (Sharlto Copley) and Pilgrim (Susan Heyward) investigate a high-priority suspect and uncover shocking government connections. Meanwhile Triphammer (Andrew Sensenig) is determined to create a new Powers team, recruiting Zora (Logan Browning) and a new prot©g©, Sgt.

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Stealing Fire
New evidence suggests the main suspect in Retro Girl' murder may be a rare Power gone rogue. With contempt between the Powers Division and the FBI escalating to a breaking point, Walker (Sharlto Copley) attempts to gain Agent Lange' (Tricia Helfer) trust.

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Hell Night
Commander Cross (Adam Godley) unofficially reopens the Retro Girl case, ordering Pilgrim (Susan Heyward) and Walker (Sharlto Copley) to lead a covert investigation that may put them in a life-threating situation. Meanwhile, Los Angeles goes in lockdown mode as gang warfare reaches a fever pitch, pulling the revered Power, SuperShock (Michael Madsen) out of retirement.

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Funeral of the Century
On the day of Retro Girl' funeral, Detectives Walker (Sharlto Copley) and Pilgrim (Susan Heyward) prepare to combat violence between rival gangs The Quantums and The Hacks. Hoping to fill her place, Calista (Olesya Rulin) makes her public debut as New Retro Girl.

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Caracas, 1967
The world is turned upside down by the horrifying murder of Retro Girl. Pressure is on the Powers Division to bring the perpetrator to justice, but when Christian Walker is pulled off the case for being too close to the victim, he must go off-the-books to avenge the woman he loved.

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Powers is a unique combination of the superhero and crime genres that made its debut in 2015 on the PlayStation Network. The show proved to be a brave foray into original programming for Sony's video game platform. Developed by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming, the show is based on their popular comic book series of the same name. The series operates on one key premise: in a world where superhumans, referred to as "Powers," exist and live among us, their exhibitions of superhuman abilities are closely watched, regulated, and often, policed. The central plot follows two homicide detectives, Christian Walker (Sharpie Copley) and his sharp-witted partner Deena Pilgrim (Susan Heyward), who are tasked with investigating crimes involving individuals with superhuman abilities. The duo is part of the Powers Division of the Los Angeles Police Department, a unit specifically set up to handle 'Powers' related crimes. Christian Walker is an intriguing protagonist in this dynamic series. A former Power himself, Walker lost his abilities under mysterious circumstances. His prior life adds a fascinating layer to his character, allowing him to understand the Powers' world from both a human and superhuman perspective. This nuanced understanding of his world serves to strengthen his ability as a detective, even as it fuels his deep-seated longing to regain his own powers. On the other hand, Deena Pilgrim, an up-and-coming detective with a no-nonsense attitude, provides an effective counterpoint to Walker's complex character. Throughout the two-season, 20-episode span of the show, Powers presents viewers with an exploration of the tensions and struggles that accompany having superhuman abilities. Walker and Pilgrim's inquiries lead them into encounters with a variety of unique, colorful, and often dangerous individuals as they deal with the messy intersection of crime and superpowers. Moreover, the series also boldly delves into the celebrity-like standing that Powers hold in society, examining the resultant danger, allure, and corruption that comes with fame and power. The super-powered crimes featured in Powers are crisp and enthralling, with each episode balancing police procedural elements with strong, character-driven storylines. Throughout the series, Powers Division faces an array of challenges, from tackling rogue Powers and conspiracies, to dealing with political pressures and personal dilemmas - each adding a different layer to the overall narrative. The series also features a strong ensemble cast, happening in a unique parallel universe that feels blended into our own reality. It innovatively blurs the line between myth and reality, often examining the philosophical and real-world implications of co-existing with superhuman beings. The detailed world-building adds an extra layer of depth to the show, making this universe feel both new and familiar at once. The visual elements of Powers are compelling, creating an overall aesthetic that is dark yet dynamic. The series doesn’t shy away from presenting raw and harsh realities, often underlining its grim and gritty ambiance through its contrasting depiction of the glamorous and infamous Powers' community. The show’s cinematography excellently focuses on creating a believable balance between the human and the superhuman, mixing realistic cityscapes with spectacular visual effects. However, Powers is not merely a comic book show; it also has all the dynamics of an engaging drama. It digs deep into the characters' personal and professional lives, delivering a human element to the story that complements its fantastical aspects. The depth of the characters and their development throughout the series, intertwined with the high-stakes plot, are at heart of what makes Powers such an engaging show. In conclusion, Powers offers viewers a distinctive take on the superhero genre. The fusion of crime drama and superhuman narrative makes it an intriguing watch, while its exploration into the ethical quandaries, personal dramas, and societal impacts of superhumans brings depth and sophistication to this PlayStation original show. From action-packed sequences, gripping detective work, and intense character arcs, to thought-provoking themes and powerful visual storytelling, Powers is an unforgettable series that leaves its mark on the superhero and crime drama landscape.

Powers is a series categorized as a new series. Spanning 2 seasons with a total of 20 episodes, the show debuted on 2015. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 6.6.

Adam Godley As Captain Cross Bianca Amato As Delia Alexander Eddie Izzard As Wolfe Justice Leak As Kutter Max Fowler As Krispin Stockley Nicky Buggs As Eva Hamdam Noah Taylor As Johnny Royalle Olesya Rulin As Calista Sharlto Copley As Christian Walker Susan Heyward As Deena Pilgrim
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