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After months on the run, Nate Ford reunites his team in a new city and deals with all new relationships among his crew. To take down the corrupt and powerful, Nate and his team wreak havoc with their biggest cons yet and the crew has never been better. But little do they know that someone is manipulating them toward a mysterious end.
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  1. 1. The (Very) Big Bird Job
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    July 15 2012
    When a shipping CEO's cost-cutting measures result in a plane crash, the Leverage team cons him into buying the largest plane ever built - the Spruce Goose - in order to expose him before a merger is completed that would put more lives at risk.
  2. 2. The Blue Line Job
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    July 22 2012
    While trying to save a stubborn hockey enforcer from sustaining permanent injury in the playoffs, Leverage discovers that someone has nefarious designs on the team.
  3. 3. The First Contact Job
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    August 5 2012
    The Leverage team takes down a wealthy scientist who stole his former research partner's discovery and ruined his reputation; by convincing him he's made first contact with aliens.
  4. 4. The French Connection Job
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    August 12 2012
    Leverage goes inside the world of culinary schools and celebrity chefs to bring down a corrupt restaurateur who destroys lives in his pursuit of fame and money.
  5. 5. The Gimme a K Street Job
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    August 19 2012
    To take down a competitive cheerleading company which profits by putting teenage girls at risk, the team must tackle their most corrupt foe yet: Congress.
  6. 6. The D.B. Cooper Job
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    August 26 2012
    A dying FBI Agent's greatest failure - allowing skyjacker D.B. Cooper to escape justice - becomes Nate's obsession, as we flashback to the '70s to solve one of America's great mysteries.
  7. 7. The Real Fake Car Job
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    September 2 2012
    Leverage fakes the discovery of a legendary antique car in order to lure a Wall Street fraudster to break the immunity deal that protects him from prosecution.
  8. 8. The Broken Wing Job
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    September 9 2012
    When a broken leg leaves Parker behind on the crew's latest job, she spies on the Brew Pub's customers for fun and discovers a group of thieves planning a heist.
  9. 9. The Rundown Job
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    September 16 2012
    Eliot, Hardison and Parker join Colonel Vance in a race to stop a terrorist from launching a biological attack on Washington, D.C.
  10. 10. The Frame-Up Job
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    September 16 2012
    When Sophie is implicated in the theft of a valuable painting, Nate must use all his skills as a detective to find the real culprit and clear her name.
  11. 11. The Low Low Price Job
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    November 27 2012
    The Leverage crew sabotages a new big-box megastore in order to stop it from destroying a small town.
  12. 12. The White Rabbit Job
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    December 4 2012
    In order to prevent a businessman from destroying his company and the town it supports, the team must run the hardest con in grifter history, The White Rabbit.
  13. 13. The Corkscrew Job
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    December 11 2012
    The Leverage team cons a corrupt winery owner out of a priceless bottle of wine.
  14. 14. The Toy Job
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    December 18 2012
    The Leverage team creates a global toy craze to take on an unscrupulous toy company CEO who is about to unleash a dangerous toy onto the market in time for Christmas.
  15. 15. The Long Goodbye Job
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    December 25 2012
    When Nate takes a case linked to his son's death, he leads the team into their riskiest - and deadliest - con yet. By the time it's over, the Leverage team will never be the same again.

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Dean DevlinJonathan FrakesMarc Roskin
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Beth RiesgrafAldis Hodge
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Electric Entertainment
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4.6 out of 5 stars

56 global ratings

  1. 79% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 9% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 8% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 0% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 4% of reviews have 1 stars
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S. MilesReviewed in the United Kingdom on 07 May 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
Episodes muddled up
I love Leverage. I’d give the TV show itself 5 stars.
It’s funny, action packed and has a great cast who play entertaining characters. The cons are smart and fun, and I can never figure out in advance how the team is going to win out; it always keeps me guessing.
It’s great to have 3 of the seasons available on Amazon Prime.
However, the Amazon Prime videos are misnamed and, as such, are out of order.
For example, the season 2 episode titled ‘The Lost Heir Job’ is actually ‘The Runway Job’, and the season 3 episode titled ‘The Inside Job’ is actually ‘The Reunion Job’.
Whilst the episodes are to a large extent stand alone with a different con per week, there are continuing elements which means watching them out of order is confusing. Take one of the above examples, the recurring character Tara is introduced in The Lost Heir (episode 9), but if you watch the episodes as presented on Amazon Prime you’ll be watching episode 10 first.
The plot synopsis is correct for the episode title - but the episode which actually plays when you select that episode title won’t necessarily match.
So this 1 star review is for the current episode mix up on Amazon Prime (as of May 2019) as a note for other viewers; and I’d be happy for this review to be removed if this series of errors are resolved.
75 people found this helpful
TichReviewed in the United Kingdom on 05 December 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great talent and story lines.
Verified purchase
Great talent of a cast. You have a little of everything in this. Good story lines. The actors portrayed their characters really well. Christian Kane makes me smile with all his expressions and he's cheeky grin, but saying that they all made me smile at some point. Shame it didn't continue longer. Thank you.
3 people found this helpful
Simon PaineReviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 October 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
Horrific Cuts Destroys series
I love Leverage, so, when I heard it was on Prime I was overjoyed... Only to be Horrified to find the episode cut to shreds to the point of unwatchable.
I have seen all the episodes to know what is missing and cutting such scenes destroys the pace of the episode and development of the characters destroying important elements of the entire series.
I have never been so horrified by such bad cuts in my life, I am deeply upset to the point of taking this complaint higher than a mere review, for Amazon has surely shown they did not care about this Series.
20 people found this helpful
Maud BoyleReviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 May 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
Disgraceful and discriminatory
No subtitles available. Utterly unacceptable to exclude the deaf and hearing impaired
27 people found this helpful
dmr64Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 May 2019
4.0 out of 5 stars
Good, but the DVD version is smarter
I’m a big fan of Leverage, the first two series especially (after that the quality of the writing started to drop). Unfortunately this version seems to have edited down some episodes heavily (compared to the DVD version). For instance, in the first episode the sub-plots to do with them escaping from the hospital, and having to improvise when Victor turns up for his meeting too early, have been cut completely, making the scam seem rather easy, and the gang’s achievement far less impressive. Also, the flashbacks at the end where they show you how they set up the ‘real’ scam (and the formula is that there’s always an obvious scam plus a real/backup one they fall back to) doesn’t make much sense, as they are flashing back to things that never happened. It’s like a whodunnit where they don’t show you the clues the detective found, so his brilliant deductions at the end can’t be reached by the viewer.
21 people found this helpful
E HopewellReviewed in the United Kingdom on 07 June 2019
3.0 out of 5 stars
Episodes great but muddled up or missing entirely...
I would give the show a solid 5 out of 5, the reason this rating is dropped is purely due to the piss poor organisation of the episodes by Amazon.

Season 1 I didn't notice anything, Season 2 there was one minor slip-up. So far I am up to Season 3 (just finished watching 'The Ho Ho Ho Job') and this season alone has some glaring issues with episodes missing and thus titles of episodes being messed up. For this season alone there is 2 episodes so far that are not even viewable. Episode 4 'The Scheherazade Job' is one of them, in place of that it plays Episode 5 and then the slot where Episode 5 should be ends up showing Episode 3.
Episode 11 'The Rashomon Job' got replaced with Episode 13 'The Morning After Job' and whilst 'The King George Job' remained at the Episode 12 slot, Episode 14 'The Ho Ho Ho Job' took up the Episode 13 slot and then Episode 11 takes up Episode 14's slot.
Is Wil Wheaton responsible for this chaos? If Amazon fixes this I would be happy to give this show the solid 5 out of 5 it deserves.
16 people found this helpful
Keith WoodReviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 May 2019
3.0 out of 5 stars
Leverage great. Episode order, sucks.
Leverage is a fun, heist inspired tv show. Cast is great, storylines are great.

Only complaint is Amazon Video! A lot of the episodes are out of order and don't correlate with the episode title. This is fine a lot of the time as the episode are mostly standalone, except when there is an overarching storyline that just gets confusing as the episodes are out of order. This is very annoying.
13 people found this helpful
P.wReviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 November 2019
3.0 out of 5 stars
2 really bad episodes 1 pretty good, the rest are standard, bad acting from some of the characters
the series started off quite well and did have me gripped but mainly to the stories and not the actual actors and everything going on. there is some extremely bad acting and is very out of place. Sometimes you wonder if they are doing it to play the role or just bad acting. You can tell there is not a lot of money spent on the first series which is all I have watched so far but there are 2 episodes which are complete rubbish and the rest is standard with the exception of one episode which was good. I do think there is something missing and a lot of things unexplained and rushed which shows that not a lot of time and money has been spent or incorrectly spent.
3 people found this helpful
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