Devils/Episode 101

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Episode 101
Season 1, Episode 1
Airdate April 17, 2020
Screenplay by Alessandro Sermoneta,
Mario Ruggeri,
Elena Bucaccio,
Guido Maria Brera,
Christopher Lunt &
Michael A. Walker
Story by Alessandro Sermoneta,
Mario Ruggeri,
Elena Bucaccio,
Guido Maria Brera
Directed by Nick Hurran

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Episode 102
DevilsSeason One
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Episode 101 is the first episode of the first season of Devils.

Starring: Alessandro Borghi (Massimo Ruggero), Laia Costa (Sofia Flores), Kasia Smutniak (Nina Morgan), Malachi Kirby (Oliver Harris), Lars Mikkelsen (Daniel Duval), Pia Mechler (Eleanor Bourg), Paul Chowdhry (Kalim Chowdrey), Sallie Harmsen (Carrie Price), Harry Michell (Paul McGuinnan)

and Patrick Dempsey (Dominic Morgan)

Ben Miles (Edward Stuart), Jemma Powell (Claire Stuart), Tom McKay (Chris Bailey), Lorna Brown (Vicky Bale), Mark O'Halloran (Henry Winks), Chris Reilly (Alex Vance), Kevin Eldon (John Davenport), Ken Stott (Professor Wade)

Cast (in alphabetical order): Anton Alexander (Alfred Warwick FT), Thom Ashley (Student), Harvey Canmore (Harry Stuart), Holly Cook (Juliette Stuart), Alexander B. FitzGerald (John 6 Years Old), Tatiana Galdo (Nurse #2), Emma Lo Bianco (Donna), Mekai Manu (Tyrone), Tatjana Nardone (Cynthia), Cyril Nri (Greg), Nathalie Rapti Gomez (Kate Baker), Clive Riche (Maitre D'Coq D'Or), Robert Steiner (Journalist CNN #1), Sean James Sutton (The Examiner), Martina Tonarelli (Receptionist), Ennio Tozzi (Journalist CNN #2)


Plot Overview

Head of Trading Massimo Ruggero makes NYL bank millions by speculating on the Greek crisis, in the hope of getting the Vice-CEO position. However, CEO Dominic Morgan, who's like a father to Massimo, denies him the promotion because of a scandal involving Massimo's past. But the sudden death of a colleague shakes things up.


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The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments