Sons of Liberty – Extended Trailer

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HISTORY’s official logline for Sons of Liberty:
“Calling themselves the Sons of Liberty, they light the spark that ignited a revolution. Though their names have become American legend, this group of young rebels didn’t start off as noble patriots in powdered wigs. They were a new American generation of young men from varied backgrounds, struggling to find purpose in their lives. They were looking for equality, but they found something greater: Independence.”

Ben Barnes stars as Sam Adams: A natural-born leader with charisma and a penchant for mischief

Ryan Eggold is set as Warren: A doctor and man of conscience and integrity

Michael Raymond-James is Paul Revere: A veteran who wholeheartedly joins forces with Adams

Rafe Spall is Hancock: The wealthiest man in Boston at the time

Henry Thomas is John Adams: A lawyer and the conservative, smart cousin of Sam Adams.

Marton Csokas is Gen. Thomas Gage: Who is sent to handle the unrest in Boston with a military response

Kevin J Ryan is officer John Pitcairn

Emily Berrington is Margaret Gage

& Dean Norris is Bennjamin Franklin.

28 Responses

  1. Brovalco_ redz

    did you know in 1812-1822 Mexico almost captured the all states in America but The Texas Rebelion joins the war. Mexico Dictator named Gen. Lopez Santa Anna.Did you
    Las Angeles,Las Vegas are the territory in Mexico. 1834-1836
    The Herioc Bloodiest History in the world is the Battle of Alamo , 3456 dead Texas soldier.

  2. Michael Cristian

    tech 4156 doesn't know what he's talking about! I encourage everyone here to check the history of the American Revolution to see for themselves that Hispanics fought in this war! This guy thinks we're talking about the Civil War! LOL! Somebody please set this loser straight! Thank you my fellow Americans!

  3. globalman

    I don't know how accurate this series is to actual history. The British certainly reaped what they sowed.
    It seems to me that John Hancock was an opportunist. He ended up doing a good thing but basically he was about serving himself.
    What I wonder is, how many Americans have seen the parallel to this history and what America is like at the present time. Now the tyranny is not from England it is from within but the elements are there and mostly the same. The red coats are The military and law enforcement who are at the service of the tyrants and not the people.
    The King, Parliament, Leaders of old are now the Government and their so called security agencies (Gestapo, SS (Secret Service), Corporations, Banks. The former Aristocrats are today's super rich, the 1% who have almost everything while the middle class is nearly extinct.
    They refuse to learn from history. When the middle class disappears the Empire collapses.

  4. StormRider72

    Does anybody know where I can watch it for free? I watched the first two episodes, but I never got to watch the last one.

  5. beirbuadh

    Why is the depiction of the redcoat in to-days' features depressingly always the same? Brutal or lumpish soldiers are led by effeminate, foppish nincompoops, or sadists, with the occasional decent fellow who eventually allows a mistaken sense of duty to win the battle with his conscience. You would wonder how this army of thugs and incompetents managed to fight its way across four continents and secure the greatest empire the world has ever seen. The British in Sons of Liberty are not characters, rather clichéd caricatures. Watching this, I could predict the trite stereotyped dialogue before their words left their mouths. They often make the mistake of calling them the English army. It was truly British, not just English. One third of it was actually Irish. They couldn't even be bothered to get the British flag right. In many scenes we see the modern Union flag, instead of the proper King's Colour. The red X representing St. Patricks banner of Ireland, did not appear on the flag until 1801. Rob Roy, Last of the Mohicans, The Patriot, Wind that shakes the Barley, Sons of Liberty….. same old platitudes. Even in modern set films, its always the same, the villain has to have a British accent – or else vomit inducing Hugh Grant style charm. Please spare us. Apart from all that, it's beautiful to watch and entertaining. I also like the way there are no lashings of sex that HBO shows seems to have a necessity for.

  6. Sofia Neal

    Some of the comments on here….actually crack me up. "After the millions of people their empire slaughtered they should be the LAST people to call anyone racist"… The British empire did some unspeakable things but i really think that it's time to put all this red coat crap to rest. Lets move on really. I can't think that my ancestors are the ones to blame…they didn't move from this country. Lets just be friends now people. There are enough awful people in the world, lets not add to it.

  7. namikejohnson

    Okay, I'll admit that I believe some liberties were taken with this film and they played fast and loose with the facts, but most movies and television programs about historical  events usually do.

    That being said, I will say this miniseries was fun to watch.