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Counterpart airs new episodes each Sunday on the Starz App and on its premium cable television channel.

Created by Justin Marks, the SciFi/Drama stars J. K. SimmonsOlivia Williams, Harry Lloyd, Nazanin Boniadi, and Sara Serraiocco as a group of agents and spies in a cross-dimensional cold war centered in Berlin, Germany. The show features Stephen Rea, Nolan Funk, and Lotte Verbeek in key supporting roles in Season 1 and James Cromwell and Betty Gabriel shake up the cast on both sides of the dimensional divide in Season 2

Counterpart is ripe for fan theories and Counterpart Starz Wiki collects all the show canon you need to let your imaginations run wild with all the cross-dimensional possibilities. You'll also find complete recaps of all the episodes and behind the scenes production notes from the creators.

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Counterpart Starz NewsEdit

LA TIMES conversation with Nazanin Boniadi

Den of Geek Something Borrowed review

Den of Geek Outside In Review

Den Of Geek Inside Out Review

Praise for Nazanin Boniadi from DECIDER

VIDEO Hollywood Reporter interview with Harry Lloyd

Justin Marks talks Season 2 secrets with The Playlist

LA Weekly Interview with JK Simmons

Den Of Geek Counterpart Season 1 Recap

Starz releases Season 2 trailer and announces debut date

ScreenDaily's Counterpart Directors Feature

Deadline Interview with JK

Justin Marks and JK Simmons on the Challenges of Two Howards

Paste Magazine Staff Picks for Best TV Shows

Decider Pushes Counterpart as Best Drama

USA Today Top Ten Sci-Fi Shows