The Brink season 1
After seizing the power in Pakistan, the world is on a path to destruction. And now, when all the nuclear arsenals of the countries of South Asia are in the possession of the offender, in the world exist the threat the third world war. And there are those who have shown their initiative that to prevent this disaster. This is three Americans: US Secretary of State Walter Larson, an official diplomat Alex Talbot and warlike US Navy fighter pilot Zeke Tilson. Now the fate of the world depends from them. They will set yourself a complex challenges. The role of each of them is very important. They will make every effort to achieve the goal.
The Brink season 1 episodes list:
In the premiere of this black comedy about a military coup in Pakistan, an unlikely trio try to prevent World War III: the U.S. secretary of state in Washington, D.C.; a low-level diplomat in Islamabad; and a stressed-out Navy fighter pilot on an aircraft carrier in the Red Sea.
Alex is captured by Zaman's soldiers and subjected to intense interrogation when they suspect he's working for the CIA. Meanwhile, Walter begs the president to delay the air strikes until he can reach someone in the Pakistani government; and Zeke and Glenn continue their high-stakes mission under extreme circumstances.
Alex needs to get to the U.S. embassy to send a message to Walter, but he'll have to get past the ambassador to do it. Meanwhile, Zeke and Glenn land in the brig to await their disciplinary hearing, and Walter's desperate flight to India could be in jeopardy due to a medical emergency.
Alex gets advice from Walter before his crucial rendezvous with Raja. Meanwhile, Walter works around a medical emergency and interference from above to cut a deal with India's foreign minister; and Zeke realizes he's promised more than he can deliver to the women in his life.
Zeke and Glenn are rescued by an eccentric English couple after escaping their armed captors. Meanwhile, Alex and Rafiq find Fareeda hiding at her school with a group of female students who have nowhere to go; and Walter defies the president by flying to Israel to meet with the prime minister.
Walter runs into Joanne in Tel Aviv and tries to use her new position to his advantage. Meanwhile, Zeke and Glenn, who are being held hostage by Martin and Vanessa, agree to participate in role-playing games in hopes of being released; and Kittredge shares a revolutionary dream with Alex.
Alex plans an escape for some Pakistani schoolgirls; Zeke is challenged to a fight; Walter fakes a medical emergency.
Alex makes amends; Zeke is forced to face the women in his life; Walter urges caution in the Situation Room.
Walter seeks to make a deal with Zaman's highest-ranking general; a grounded Zeke and Glenn find a way to pass the time; Rafiq's translation helps Alex determine how to go about implementing Walter's "Plan B."
There is a looming global crisis, which Walter tries to avert with other heads of state via videoconferencing. Zeke and Glenn end up in a compromised state. Alex attempts to make a personal connection with Zaman.