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J.K. Simmons Gets an Alt-Reality Check in Counterpart Finale Exclusive Scene

J.K. Simmons' compelling dual performance led Starz series to Certified Fresh status with a 100% Tomatometer score.

by | April 2, 2018 | Comments

Howard Silk (J.K. Simmons) finds out just what Ian Shaw (Nicholas Pinnock) thinks of him in this moment from “No Man’s Land, Part Two,” the season 1 finale of Counterpart.

Critics Consensus: Tense and gripping, Counterpart is an absorbing thrill-fest led by Simmons’ multi-faceted dual lead performance.

Tomatometer: 100% (Certified Fresh)

Counterpart season 1 is available on demand and through the Starz app.

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