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The Red Road is a cutting-edge drama that centers around two clashing communities: a Native American tribe, and the small town of which they are forced to coexist. The long awaited federal recognition of the tribe has exacerbated decades-old tensions and history. Phillip Kopus (Jason Momoa, Game of Thrones, Road to Paloma) is on parole trying to stay out of trouble. But things have changed, Sheriff Harold Jensen (Martin Henderson, Devil s Knot, The Ring) has become lieutenant and the tribe is now officially recognized by the government and in talks to build a casino. Kopus must endure his own version of an ordeal, a Native American test of courage and fortitude that leads either to redemption or to death. These trials take the form of threats to his family and tribe. Junior (Kiowa Gordon, The Twilight Saga) must decide if he will follow in Kopus footsteps or if he will choose another life for himself with Rachel (Allie Gonino, The Lying Game, Hidden Away). The tribe and the community must decide their futures after they are ravaged by the deaths of some of their most prominent members. Values, allegiances and allies are more in question than ever before.
The Red Road is a gripping dramatic thriller that centers around two clashing communities: a Native American tribe and the small town with which they are forced to coexist. The long awaited federal recognition of the tribe has exacerbated decades-old tensions and unearthed a history that will plague both the tribe and the town. The fates of Harold Jensen, a local cop, and Philip Kopus, a mesmerizing ex-con are once again inexorably tied as the relationship between their communities becomes increasingly volatile and outside forces try to exploit the tribe's newfound status for their own gains. This season Kopus must endure his own version of an "ordeal," a Native American test of courage and fortitude that either leads to redemption or death. These trialstake the form of threats to his family and tribe, both from outside and within. For Harold, he knows his wife Jean no longer sees him as the person he once was and so he strives to be promoted to captain of the police force, which he hopes will restore him in Jean's mind. But every time Harold does what's right, he seems to inadvertently jeopardize his family's future. Jean is struggling to keep her schizophrenia under control both for herself and her family; while, also searching for answers in her pastabout her brother and father that may help to unlock present-day mysteries. Rachel Jensen is confronting a new pressure - a belief that she may one day turn out like her mother. Junior must decide if he will follow in Kopus' footsteps living a life at odds with the law or if he will choose another life for himself with Rachel. Marie, Junior's adoptive mother, has sought redemption for the past twenty years over past mistakes, however, new events will force her to compromise her ideals. The tribe and the c