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Wicks (Michael Kostroff), anex-con from Lucas' past, passes through Banshee, triggering memories about the Albino (Joseph Gatt), a brutal insider enlisted by Rabbit (Ben Cross) to make Lucas' prison life a living hell. Proctor turns to extortion when a reverend refuses to sell his home to make room for a casino hotel.
Written by Jonathan Tropper & David Schickler; directed by Ole Christian Madsen.
ADDITIONAL NOTES: renewed through the 2013-14 season (the show's second) on 1/29/13
DESCRIPTION: (from Cinemax's press release, January 2013) CINEMAX has renewed the action series BANSHEE for a second season, scheduled to debut in 2014, it was announced today by Kary Antholis, president, HBO Miniseries and CINEMAX Programming. The show is currently in its first season, with episodes debuting Friday at 10:00 p.m. (ET/PT). Executive produced by Jonathan Tropper, David Schickler, Peter Macdissi, Alan Ball and Greg Yaitanes, BANSHEE stars Antony Starr ("Rush") as Lucas Hood, an ex-con and master thief who assumes the identity of the sheriff of Banshee, Pa., where he continues his criminal activities, even as he's hunted by the shadowy gangsters he betrayed years earlier. Scripts for the first season are conceived and written by Tropper and Schickler. Writers John Romano ("Monk"), Evan Dunsky ("Two and a Half Men"), and Doug Jung (HBO's "Big Love") join Schickler and Tropper for season two.