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Tyrant is a drama that follows a typical American family whose members find themselves embroiled in the geopolitical intrigue of a volatile Middle Eastern country. Barry Al-Fayeed is a California pediatrician who also happens to be the second son of a Middle Eastern dictator. Barry reluctantly agrees to return home with his American family for his nephew's wedding. Events thrust him into the complex and turbulent growing pains of a nation straining to break free from dictatorial rule.
Barry awaits punishment for leading a failed coup, while Jamal agonizes over whether or not to execute him. Molly fights to secure Barry's freedom before it's too late. Ihab and Samira turn to desperate tactics.
Episode 2 / Production #202 - "Enter The Fates" (Airs June 23, 10:00 pm e/p) - On the verge of death, Barry scours the desert for salvation. Jamal grapples with the loss of his brother. The reality of Barry's death sets in upon Molly's return stateside as she struggles to adjust to normal life. directed by Gwyneth Horder-Payton.
Barry is taken in by a Bedouin family, who are bound by hospitality and custom. Jamal is distraught over Tariq's drastic military action. Molly reconnects with a classmate who helps her navigate the Al-Fayeed family trust. Leila's plans to put Abuddin on the cultural stage are derailed.
Barry adapts to his new identity and becomes involved in the life of the village. Amira introduces a highly decorated war hero to Jamal -- a son he never knew he had. Ihab and Samira's plans to flee the country are thwarted when they decide to renew their fight by joining violent extremists intent on invading Abuddin.
The Army of the Caliphate arrives and Barry fears his identity will be revealed, endangering everyone who helped him. Jamal and Tariq's conflict over military action reaches a tipping point. Molly and Sammy travel to Abuddin to claim his contested inheritance.
Barry decides to stay in Abuddin and make a stand against the Caliphate. Jamal pushes the Chinese diplomat for military support. Sammy discovers that Abdul has been kidnapped by the Caliphate.
Jamal feels his country is spiraling out of control and is desperate for a military victory - no matter the cost. Barry's attempt to rescue Daliyah has unintended consequences. Seeing he's on shaky ground, Rami consults with Amira on how to navigate Jamal's erratic behavior.
Suffering heavy losses, Barry wrestles with the notion that he needs the palace's support to survive. As paranoia builds within Jamal, he questions where Rami's loyalty lies. Stricken by Abdul's death, Sammy plans to give his money to insurgents fighting the Army of the Caliphate.
Increasingly suspicious of those close to him, Jamal believes Khalil is the only person he can trust. Deciding he should no longer hide the truth, Barry reveals to Molly that he's alive. Hoping to lift Nusrat's depression, Ahmed asks Nusrat to run away with him. Skeptical of Khalil's tactical luck, Ihab zeroes in on a traitor in the Caliphate.
Despite having depleted forces, Barry prepares to lead a crucial mission. Fueled by his delusions, Jamal takes extreme action that has far-reaching ramifications. When tragedy strikes close to the palace, Leila realizes the severity of their situation and doubts Jamal's ability to see them through the storm.
o secure military support, Barry takes advantage of a sandstorm to overrun the Caliphate's military base. As the political tide shifts, Leila re-examines her loyalties and makes a bold play in the palace. Molly uses all the resources at her disposal to try and save Barry's life.
In the Season 2 finale, Jamal's fate is uncertain as Abbudin prepares to enter a new phase. Meanwhile, Barry urges Rami to stick around to help with the country's changing dynamics; and Leila works with the Arab League to make sure there's a place for her and Ahmed in the aftermath of the recent upheaval.
Alice Krige(Amira Al-Fayeed)
Justin Kirk(John Tucker)
Chris Noth(General William Cogswell)
Jordana Spiro(Dana Tucker)
Cameron Gharaee(Ahmed Al-Fayeed)
Adam Rayner(Bassam "Barry" Al-Fayeed)
Anne Winters(Emma Al-Fayeed)
Ashraf Barhom(Jamal Al-Fayeed)
Jennifer Finnigan(Molly Al-Fayeed)
Moran Atias(Leila Al-Fayeed)
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