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THE STRAIN: Season 3, Episode 7: Collaborators: Trailer [FX]

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The Strain: Collaborators: Trailer

FX’s The Strain ‘Collaborators’ TV show trailer stars Corey StollDavid Bradley, Richard Sammel, Kevin Durand, Rupert Penry-JonesMiguel Gomez, Ruta Gedmintas, Costa Ronin, Ryan Hollyman, Mike Dopud, Alen Delain, Thomas L. Colford, and Jonathan Hyde.

Well, sometimes you have to hit bottom to find out which way is up. That, and maybe recognizing which cranky voice you should be paying attention to. Setrakian (David Bradley) gets back into the coach’s corner, to help Fet (Kevin Durand) & the others deal with their major reversal.

The ‘Collaborators’ official plot summary:

Setrakian offers hope in a new plan to trap the Master while Eph and Dutch seek out the Master’s “voice.” Palmer, frail and close to death, needs Setrakian’s access to the white to hold up his end of their bargain. Fet suffers a devastating personal loss revealing a long-hidden family secret.

Fet may have other things to fret about, after all; but while Setrakian, Eph (Corey Stoll), and Dutch (Ruta Gedmintas) get back to business, businessman Palmer (Jonathan Hyde) gets the business. Even if Eichorst (Richard Sammel) were aware of Palmers plans with Setrakian, this kiss-off confrontation seemed pretty inevitable.

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