Strike Back: Project Dawn (2011): S02E07


Strike Back: Project Dawn, as it is known in the United Kingdom is a ten-part British-American action television serial and is the second series of Strike Back.

However, the only cast member to return from the first series was Richard Armitage in the first episode.

The main cast for the series includes Philip Winchester, Sullivan Stapleton, Amanda Mealing, Eva Birthistle, Michelle Lukes and Rhashan Stone.


Grant has a female officer and psychologist, Marianna (Natalia Avelon), seduce Scott in an effort to learn more about him.

Meanwhile, a minibus in Kosovo with five European Union officials is hijacked by Albanian terrorist and drug, human and organ trafficker Hassani (Mel Raido).

He demands the release of his cousin, Rana, from Vienna, Austria. Grant controversially allows it, because one of the hostages is MI6 agent John Allen (Adrian Rawlins), Latif’s spy.

During the exchange, however, an unknown gunman kills Rana, forcing Scott and Stonebridge to rescue the hostages. Furthermore the rescue helicopter at the pick up point fails to arrive, forcing the group to find another location.

When their truck runs out of petrol, Scott and Stonebridge attempt to steal another from Hassani’s fortified heroin factory.

A United States Army patrol later arrives to pick them up, however it is revealed the soldiers are loyal to Hassani; Scott, Stonebridge and the hostages are taken to his stronghold.

Strike Back Series

You can find a full index of Strike Back: Project Dawn here.

You can find a full index of the Strike Back series here.

Production & Filming Details

  • Director(s): Paul Wilnhurst.
  • Writer(s): Simon Burke.
  • Release Date: 02 October 2011.
  • Running Time: 42-48 minutes.
  • Country: UK and US.
  • Language: English.

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