Sean Bean as Martin Odum in the Series Premiere of "Legends." Photo Credit: TNT

Legends Series Premiere Preview: What to expect from the premiere

We’ve made it to the halfway point in the week. An accomplishment like this deserves a reward, and a reward you shall have. You see, tonight is no ordinary Wednesday. Tonight is the Series Premiere of the action-packed new TNT Original Series Legends.

The series stars Game of Thrones actor Sean Bean as Martin Odum. Odum is described as one of the most naturally gifted deep cover agents that the FBI has ever seen.

According to the series synopsis, he has an uncanny ability to transform himself into a completely different person for each job.

Unfortunately, a job like this leaves little room for things like romance and family. Needless to say, Odum and his family are a bit estranged.

According to the synopsis for tonight’s episode, Odum is going to attempt to reconnect with the family he has lost track of thanks to the nature of his career and the necessity to constantly reinvent himself.

One has to wonder just how many times a man can completely reinvent his life before the many lives that he has led start to meld together in something totally unexpected and off course.

Unfortunately, tonight’s reunion is going to be very short-lived as a new terrorist threat is received and Odum is once again called on to be the FBI’s man on the inside.

At this point, no one knows for sure what lies ahead for Martin Odum and his family. The good news is, he is the main character so you know they can’t kill him off just yet. We all know how people love to do that to poor Sean Bean.

While we wait for all the action to kick off on tonight’s Series Premiere of Legends, let’s take an extended look at the new series in the promo below.


Legends airs on Wednesday nights at 9:00 p.m. on TNT.


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