Covert Affairs continued to deliver on its new, serious tone with high emotions, action and suspense in " Into the White ."
With the gorgeous on-location shots in Colombia, this hour felt like a CIA spy thriller that would be sh more
In this episode of Cover Affairs , called “Into the White,” Annie goes after Teo to determine if he is the enemy he appears to be or the ally that he could be, meanwhile Joan gets an offer she can’t refuse.
With all the myster more
Annie and Auggie have continued to be that infuriating couple comprised of two individuals who morph into seemingly different people as soon as they declare themselves a "thing." Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/covert-affairs-dig-for-fire-review-well- more
In this episode of Covert Affairs, called “Dig for Fire,” Annie and Aggie get a glimpse into a possible future as Arthur and Joan go through difficulties in their relationship, while everyone is still on the hunt for the mole.
Since Annie is a spy, I’v more
Everyone on Covert Affairs was keeping secrets in " Dig for Fire ," but not all are created equal.
Some secrets and lies are created in order to protect oneself or to propel selfish interests, while others are crucial to the protection of lo more
"Vamos" signaled a shift in focus—from outside threats like last season's Simon and new girl/obvious villain Lena to the inner workings of a department that's been troubled since the start of Covert Affairs ' very first season—and that's a good call. Read more
When Covert Affairs first premiered - and then through the first two seasons - it was a lighthearted, fun spy show. There was risk and danger at times, but nothing that kept the viewer on the edge of his/her seat with worry for Annie or the other main cha more