'Copper' season finale recap: 5 shockers from 'A Vast and Fiendish Plot' 'Copper' season finale recap: 5 shockers from 'A Vast and Fiendish Plot'


"Copper," BBC America's Civil War-era detective drama, concluded its marvelous first season Sunday (Oct. 21) with a poignant and robust finale. "A Vast and Fiendish Plot" provided just enough answers to satisfy viewers -- while raising plenty of new questions to tantalize us until it returns for Season 2

Here are five "fiendish" revelations from the "Copper" finale: 

1. Elizabeth Haverford is a traitor. All this time the beautiful widow (Anastasia Griffith) has been supporting the Confederate cause. She's not completely evil, however: She did refuse to help the conspiracy's leader, Captain Kennedy, because he targeted innocent people instead of just burning the unoccupied structures. Or maybe she just doesn't want to jeopardize her luxurious lifestyle -- Mrs. Haverford, after all, equates poverty with "tragedy." And now we are really concerned about her relationship with John Wilkes Booth -- will she be part of the plot to assassinate Lincoln?  Read More...



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