The Last Ship (2014–2018)
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Nathan James is diverted from their mission when they receive a suspicious distress call from a fishing trawler.


Steven Kane


Hank Steinberg (created by), Steven Kane (created by) | 3 more credits »


Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eric Dane ... CO CDR Tom Chandler
Adam Baldwin ... XO Mike Slattery
Bridget Regan ... Sasha Cooper
Charles Parnell ... CMC Jeter
Travis Van Winkle ... Lt. Danny Green
Marissa Neitling ... Lt. Kara Foster
Christina Elmore ... Lt. Alisha Granderson
Jocko Sims ... Lt. Carlton Burk
Bren Foster ... SCPO Wolf Taylor
Kevin Michael Martin ... Miller
Maximiliano Hernández ... Doc Rios (as Maximiliano Hernandez)
Emerson Brooks ... Capt. Joseph Meylan
Michael Curran-Dorsano Michael Curran-Dorsano ... Gator
Adam Irigoyen ... Ray
Ben Cho ... Carl Nishioka




Nathan James is diverted from their mission when they receive a suspicious distress call from a fishing trawler.

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Sasha tells Chandler that if she remembers her history correctly it was a Greek who said "a man's character determines his destiny". She is correct, that is a quote from noted Greek philosopher Heraclitus (535 BC - 475 BC). Heraclitus was a staunch supporter of the viewpoint that change is the essence of the universe and that nothing can ever be known for certain. He was also one of the first to publicly denounce the notion of fate, most people at the time believed that everything that happened was for a reason and was the will of the gods and that no man could change it. Heraclitus maintained that a person's life is not preordained and that all it takes is strong character and force of will to change the circumstances of one's life. See more »


Chandler states the locks in the Suez canal haven't functioned for a long time but there are no locks in the Suez, the sea flows straight through. See more »

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This is more like it
16 October 2017 | by tenshi_ippikiookamiSee all my reviews

Over-the-top, paranoid, with time for some character development, "Allegiance" has what the previous shoot'em up episodes had not: sense, purpose, stability.

Chandler is back to the ship and this creates ripples all through its crew. Slattery is recovering. Burk is going crazy. Fletcher meets an old friend. And 'trying to beat C-3PO's mastery of languages' Sasha gets a chance to practice one.

It is a slow-burner, centered on the crew (instead than on the new and very cheap bad people). And it is the best for it. Burk's moment of paranoia or Chandler meeting his old crew gives the show time to breathe, and to think (even if Chandler's meetings with Sasha smell). Chandler has to find himself again and "Allegiance" does a good job in giving him his purpose and his personality back. Of course, we also get the typical over the top moments, but, hey, that is what this show is about.

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