Spies (2013): S01E09


Spies (Разведчицы) is a 2013 Russian-language military drama TV series based on true events.

Also known as Razvedchitsy (original title).


1944 year. Zoe leaves the hospital. Arina works as an instructor in the scouting school. Arina has already accumulated many claims to the communist ideology. She is no longer such an idealist as she was at the beginning of the war. It is hard for her to have no news about Volodya. Zoe begins to appreciate everything that the Soviet government has done for her.

Arina gets a new task from Vorotynnikov. A peaceful life is unbearable for her, she wants to fight, she wants to die. Scouts receive a new task. Soviet troops approach Poland. The Germans understand the situation is not in their favour. They are trying to attract Polish partisans to their side.

The Polish partisans want to hold a general congress. Our scouts know that an important role at the congress will have the Polish partisan and politician Zbignev Ternovetsky.

Surely his voice will be decisive. The problem is that his intentions are unknown. The task of the scouts is to find out the plans of Ternovetsky, and to liquidate him, in case he advocates an alliance with the Germans.

Arina goes to Poland as a Polish patriot from Vienna. And arranged in the protection of Ternovetsky (he is an ex-actor and loves outrage). Zoe and Petrov are near, portraying small businessmen. Arina manages to find out that Ternovetsky is going to agitate for an alliance with the Germans against the Red Army. Scouts are ready to liquidate Ternovetsky. But then Arina notices Volodya, surrounded by Zbignev. And breaks the attempt … Petrov and Zoe do not know about Volodya. They are forced to shoot and run. Petrov is injured in the leg.

Spies Series

You can find a full index and overview of Spies here.

Production & Filming Details

  • Release Date: 2013.
  • Running Time: 60 minutes (per episode).
  • Rating: Unknown.
  • Country: Russia.
  • Language: Russian and English (subtitles).

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