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‘Tyrant’ Season 1, Episode 3: ‘My Brother’s Keeper’

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‘Tyrant’ Season 1, Episode 3: ‘My Brother’s Keeper’

Tyrant-FX-642x362Tyrant season 1, episode 3: My Brother’s Keeper airs tonight on FX.

Barry’s decision to stay in Abbudin is met with mixed emotions. The discovery of new evidence in connection to the attempted murder of Jamal threatens to drive a wedge between the two brothers.

FX describes the show:

Barry Al-Fayeed is a California pediatrician who also happens to be the second son of a Middle Eastern dictator. Barry reluctantly agrees to return home with his American family for his nephew’s wedding. Events thrust him into the complex and turbulent growing pains of a nation straining to break free from dictatorial rule.

Barry’s reluctant homecoming leads to a dramatic clash of cultures as he is thrown back into the familial and national politics of his youth.

Tyrant season 1, episode 3 airs July 8 at 10 p.m. EDT  on FX.


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