Covert Affairs Reviews
We can all give Annie a "hand" after her time in Argentina. How did she make it out alive? Read the review to find out.
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Covert Affairs Review: Bringing The A-Game
After two weeks of lackluster reviews, our critic thinks Annie Walker brought her A-game this week. And not a moment too soon.
Covert Affairs Review: Not So "Good Advices"
Covert Affairs is desperately in need of some character triage. Second misfire of the season according to our critic.
Covert Affairs Season Premiere Review: Back to Square One?
Covert Affairs starts off its second season in almost the same place it began its first. Our critic is less than enthused.
Covert Affairs Review: "Fool in the Rain"
Covert Affairs delivered a sloppy episode this week, but concluded "Fool in the Rain" with a major revelation. What did you think of the most recent developments?
Covert Affairs Review: The Return of Ben Mercer
Annie welcomed Ben Mercer back into her life this week. The shocking appearance of her former lover caused tension within the CIA and made her wonder who can be trusted.
Covert Affairs Review: All About Auggie
Covert Affairs was all about Auggie this week. We learned a lot about this spy, specifically how far he'll go for love and why he has reasons to hate the CIA.
Covert Affairs Review: "House of the Holy"
Annie infiltrated the United State Senate on this episode. She helped plug a leak in the system, while Auggie re-connected with his former Army pals and assisted them on a vital mission.
Covert Affairs Review: "In the Light"
A couple great guest stars contributed to the best Covert Affairs episode of the season. It's always a welcome sight to watch Eriq LaSalle and Gregory Itzin work.
Covert Affairs Review: "No Quarter"
Can Annie trust a Mossad agent? That was the question at the center of this week's new episode, as Covert Affairs took its main character and its viewers to Switzerland.
Covert Affairs Review: "South Bound Suarez"
Annie went undercover again on this week's episode of Covert Affairs. Read on for a complete review of "South Bound Suarez" and chime in with your take.