The Night Agent Season 1 Episode 5 Recap will help you find out what happened in the series, so in this article we will discuss “The Night Agent” Season 1 in detail.
Night Agent Wiki
The Night Agent, an action thriller television series created by Shawn Ryan and based on the novel of the same name by Matthew Quirk, was released on Netflix on March 23, 2023. The show stars Gabriel Basso. It became the third most-watched debut series on Netflix in its first four days and was renewed for a second season within a week. On December 24, 2020, Sony Pictures Television announced that they will be producing a television series adaptation of Matthew Quirk’s novel The Night Agent. The show was written by Shawn Ryan. In July 2021, Netflix acquired the series, with Seth Gordon set to direct the pilot and co-produce the 10-episode series with a team including Ryan, Marney Hochman, Julia Gunn, James Vanderbilt, William Sherak, Paul Neinstein, Nicole. Tossou and David Beaubaire. The show premiered on Netflix on March 23, 2023, and was renewed for a second season on March 29, 2023.
The Night Agent Season 1 Episode 5 Recap
The fifth episode of season 1 “The Night Agent” begins with a flashback to four years before when Arrington graduated from the Secret Service Academy. During the ceremony, Ben gives a speech as he commands them, and Arrington is surprised to see her mother in attendance. Although she disapproves of Arrington’s career, her mother is proud of her and wants to support her. Years later, Arrington cares for Maddie, who is frustrated that her father is using her as a campaign prop. Although Maddie hates being used like this, Maddie admits that she enjoys the attention sometimes. Arrington tries to comfort her.
During their conversation, Arrington receives a message that an FBI agent requests a meeting with her. Peter asks to speak to her in private and they go for a walk. He questions her about the day of the subway bombing, but Arrington refuses to answer his questions without permission from command. Peter shares his theory that Maddie may be in danger and is working on Farr’s orders. Arrington promises to answer their questions after getting permission. Arrington calls Ben for advice and he tells her to just say that she wasn’t with Maddie the day of the bombing and not reveal anything else. Ben confronts Farr about Peter’s activities, but Farr denies any knowledge, saying they’ll have to wait until Peter comes forward to get more information. Ben warns Farr to be careful and leaves. Farr tries to contact Peter but cannot reach him.
In the library, Peter and Rose investigate the subway bombing. Rose suggests accessing Hawkins’ computer, but Peter thinks that talking to Hawkins’ widow would be more effective. Rose stays behind to investigate the ring the killer is wearing, and Peter agrees to check in with her regularly via the new burner phone he leaves for her before he leaves. Arrington calls Peter to inform him that Maddie is not involved, but Peter’s mention of the cafe throws her off. Yet he is silent.
Night Agent Episode 5 Ending Explained
In the previous episode “The Night Agent”, Peter and Rose met an old woman who was a night agent trying to escape from her enemies. Unfortunately, she is later murdered by Dale and Ellen. The vice president visited Maddie in her dorm, but their interaction was tense. Rose hacks into the cafeteria’s CC cameras and discovers that Arrington was present during the subway bombing. Maddie asked Arrington for permission to attend her friend’s art show, but ended up leaving to visit her art teacher, who was later killed by a man with a rattlesnake tattoo. This person orchestrated a subway bombing and was now planning something bigger, possibly against the Vice President. The next episode may clarify the reason for the tattooed man’s actions.
The Night Agent Episode 5 Cast
|Actor Name||Character Name|
|Gabriel Basso||Peter Sutherland|
|Luciane Buchanan||Rose Larkin|
|Hong Chau||Diane Farr|
|Fola Evans-Akingbola||Chelsea Arrington|
|D.B. Woodside||Erik Monks|
|Sarah Desjardins||Maddie Redfield|
|Enrique Murciano||Ben Almora|