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'Manhattan' Preview: Charlie Heads to Tennessee in "Acceptable Limits: Part One"

Charlie Isaacs (Ashley Zukerman) and Helen Prins (Katja Herbers) star in Manhattan.
Photo Credit: WGN America
The first season of WGN America drama Manhattan continues with a new episode ("Acceptable Limits: Part One") on Sunday, August 31 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

When Charlie is chosen to go on an important trip to Tennessee to see the country’s first plutonium reactor, tensions in the Isaacs’ marriage only deepen when Abby learns that Charlie is accompanied by Helen on his trip. Back on The Hill, Fritz has a medical emergency – and Frank’s attempt to intervene leads to a shocking discovery.

Frank Winter (John Benjamin Hickey) and Colonel Alden Cox (Mark Moses).
Photo Credit: WGN America

Watch a sneak peek video from the episode below:

Manhattan stars Rachel Brosnahan as Abby Isaacs, Michael Chernus as Louis “Fritz” Fedowitz, Christopher Denham as Jim Meeks, Alexia Fast as Callie Winter, Katja Herbers as Helen Prins, John Benjamin Hickey as Frank Winter, Harry Lloyd as Paul Crosley, Eddie Shin as Sid Liao, Daniel Stern as Glen Babbit, Olivia Williams as Liza Winter and Ashley Zukerman as Charlie Isaacs.

Guest starring are Richard Schiff as Occam, Tailinh Agoyo as Paloma, Bruce McIntosh as Samaritan, John Carroll Lynch as Daniel Ellis, Corey Allen as Theodore Sinclair, Frank Bond as Bill Tupper, Adam Godley as Dr. Adelman, Lauren Myers as Jeannie, Jonny Coyle as Dr. Alek Barath and Joshua Rollins as Tuck.

Created and written by Sam Shaw (Masters of Sex) and directed by Emmy Award-winning director Thomas Schlamme (The West Wing), Manhattan is executive produced by Sam Shaw, Thomas Schlamme, David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, Marcy Ross and Dustin Thomason. Filmed on location in New Mexico, the series is produced by Lionsgate Television, Skydance Television and Tribune Studios.

"Acceptable Limits" was written by Dusty Thomason and directed by Mike Uppendahl.

* Hulu Becomes Exclusive Streaming home for ‘Manhattan'


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