Strike Back: Project Dawn (2011): S02E08


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.


Scott and Stonebridge learn that Allen is actually a double agent working to keep track on Latif’s plans.

Later, the hostages are taken in two separate transports, where the males are taken for organ harvesting, and the females for sex slavery.

However, Scott finds that one of the American soldiers secretly gave him a gun to organise an escape. Following the escape, they search for the camp holding the female hostages.

On the way they encounter Hassani’s men; Stonebridge stays behind to fight them off while the rest journey on to the other camp, however one of the hostages dies while running through a mine field.

Meanwhile Hassani meets with Latif and Allen at the camp; Latif then has Allen and Hassani killed after they hand over intelligence on a weapons bunker in Chechnya.

After Scott liberates the camp and rescues a captured Stonebridge, the hostages are taken to safety.

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: 09 October 2011.
  • Running Time: 42-48 minutes.
  • Country: UK and US.
  • Language: English.

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