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In the Season 2 finale, Abe plots to assassinate Major Hewlett; Ben fights at the Battle of Monmouth; and Benedict Arnold continues to covet Peggy Shippen.
Abe returns from prison with critical intel; tensions rise between Hewlett and Simcoe; Arnold rescues Peggy from a rebel mob.
Caleb sails a one-man submersible into New York Harbor; France becomes an ally to America; Andre and Peggy plot to elope.
Washington faces a personal crisis with the help of his slave Billy Lee. Meanwhile, Abe struggles to maintain his cover while in prison.
Mary pleads with Richard to help free Abe from prison; Anna must seduce Simcoe; Ben and Caleb plot to rescue Hewlett from his captors.
Abe tries to recruit a new agent in New York; Caleb races Rogers as they hunt down intelligence from London; Andre's history is exposed.
Ben sets a trap to capture a traitor in camp; Richard discovers Abe is conspiring with Major Hewlett; Caleb collides with Robert Rogers.
In the first-season finale, Mary grapples with the realization that Abe is a rebel spy. Meanwhile, Ben and Caleb lead a raid on Setauket to save the Patriot families.
Simcoe ignites a political witch hunt to weed out rebel conspirators in Setauket. Meanwhile, Washington assigns Ben to a secret mission.
Against Abe's wishes, Anna searches for enemy intelligence at an exclusive gentleman's party hosted by British spymaster John Andre.
Abe is ambushed by a desperate patriot on the way to New York. Meanwhile, Gen. Washington charges Ben with the task of creating America's first spy ring.
Caleb and Ben follow mysterious orders as Gen. Washington's Army crosses into enemy territory.
Abe and Richard struggle with British orders to dig up local gravestones. Meanwhile, Ben and Caleb conspire to get their intelligence to Gen. Washington.
Ben is betrayed by his own militia while on the run from the British. Meanwhile, Abe and Richard travel to New York to spy, and Mary confronts Anna.
The murder of a royal officer has Abe seeking the killer's identity before Anna is framed for the crime. Meanwhile, Ben and Caleb brutally interrogate Simcoe.
A poor farmer struggling to make ends meet is recruited by the Colonial army to spy on the British.