The Last Ship is an American action-drama television series, loosely based on the 1988 novel of the same name by William Brinkley.
The series premiered on TNT on 22 June 2014 and concluded after five seasons on 11 November 2018.
Outline Series 02, Episode 13
The Nathan James puts a call out to civilians to meet at ports along the Mississippi River, where they will receive the cure; small immune factions remain active in their quest to fight the cure. While the Immunes try to stop the distribution of the cure by pretending to be Navy personnel and exposing uninfected people to the virus, they are stopped and their leader is captured while the crew proves they’re telling the truth by spreading the cure aerosolised. In St. Louis, Missouri, the ship is greeted by a massive crowd, including Russ Jeter’s estranged in-laws who make up with him. The crew spreads the contagious cure as planned and Michener is sworn in as President. He also gets the Immune leader they captured to stop the efforts against them in exchange for a pardon. The Nathan James is put into dry dock for repairs from the damage it suffered fighting the Achilles and Chandler is promoted to Chief of Naval Operations. Dr. Scott is pardoned as well, but is shot in the hallway of a hotel.
The Last Ship Series
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Production & Filming Details
- Creators: Hank Steinberg and Steven L. Kane.
- Producers: Michael Bay, Jack Bender, Andrew Form, Brad Fuller, Hank Steinberg, Steven L. Kane, Jonathan Mostow, Todd Arnow, Eric Dane, and Mark Malone.
- Music: Steve Jablonsky and Nathan Whitehead.
- Cinematography: Lukas Ettlin.
- Editor: Ken Blackwell
- Release Date: 06 September 2015.
- Running Time: 45 minutes.
- Country: US.
- Language: English.