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Generation Kill is a military television series that aired on HBO. It follows the tour of duty of Marines in Iraq during the United States' involvement in the conflict. While watching the show, viewers will examine the lives of a group of marines and how they adapt to military life and also on the battlefield. This show is very intriguing as it gives viewers an idea of what being on the front lines of a war is really like. It also examines how life in the military is when not in a combat situation. Generation Kill has a considerable amount of realism in it so it will appeal to many people who are interested in shows that are about historical events and also war in general.

In the show Generation Kill, the viewer will follow the daily routine of a group of soldiers in the marines. The soldiers will go about their lives of following orders, being briefed on a mission and the go on their mission. In many of the sequences they are talking and hanging around on the battlefield. They get into combat situations and gunfights from time to time and it is intensive. Unfortunately there are some casualties that occur and therefore they need to deal with them. At the end of the show the soldiers return to their base and discuss further action regarding their mission.

When watching the show Generation Kill many people will likely be intrigued by the life of soldiers in the Marines. However this show is for mature audiences since it has war violence that can be quite graphic. As a result the audience is appealing to certain demographic. However due to the show's content, many people will like to watch this show especially one's who enjoy military themed entertainment. People who enjoy war movies will likely find this to be an abbreviated version of one and therefore experience much enjoyment while watching this show. Generation Kill only lasted for a few seasons but you can purchase the entire series on home video in DVD and Blu Ray format.

Generation Kill is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (7 episodes). The series first aired on July 13, 2008.

Where do I stream Generation Kill online? Generation Kill is available for streaming on HBO, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Generation Kill on demand at HBO Max, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu, HBO NOW, Vudu, Google Play, iTunes online.

1 Season, 7 Episodes
July 13, 2008
Mini-Series, Drama
Cast: Lee Tergesen, Owain Yeoman, James Ransone, Billy Lush, Chance Kelly
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Generation Kill Full Episode Guide

  • Having raced to capture the airfield, First Recon is now miles ahead of the rest of the American force and has some time to rest and regroup. The abandoned supply truck has been looted and destroyed and the company is now down to one meal a day. After expressing their dismay to their commander, Alpha is tasked with a different mission: to recover the body of a captured Marine who was murdered in Ah Shatra, which takes a twist when a CIA-trained army of Iraqi Freedom Fighters arrives and then just as quickly departs. Meanwhile, Bravo pushes north, clearing hamlets and facing heavy fire. Along the way, Trombley is able to redeem himself, at least a bit in the eyes of his fellow Marines. As Alpha heads into Ah Shatra, Bravo sets up a roadblock outside of Al Hayy. The men debate the proper protocol to stop cars, but it's a fine line between being cautious and putting oneself at risk. Bravo steps off as Alpha returns to the fold, having raised more questions with their mission in Ah Shatra than they answered.

  • Having survived its first trial by fire, Bravo presses forward, awaiting orders for a new recon mission. Scoping out a roadside hamlet, the company watches in horror and disbelief as a regimental combat team arrives with guns firing and the hamlet is obliterated. On new orders, Bravo heads to the town of Ar Rifa, where Fick tries to take control of a dangerous situation created by Encino Man, who requests an artillery strike on a phantom RPG team. After Alpha Company shells the town, Ferrando issues a new, more urgent order: push ahead 40 kilometers and capture an airstrip controlled by Iraqi's Republican Guard and defended by tanks. Widescreen.

  • Under orders to consider any Iraqi carrying a weapon hostile, Bravo busts north towards Nasiriyah. Prompted by an anxious Major General Mattis, Ferrando orders Bravo to cross the Euphrates the next night, but they end up entering Nasiriyah by day, driving through the city with minimal gunfire, save for an AK-47 assault by Platoon 3 leader "Captain America" McGraw on an empty car. Heading north to Mesopotamia, Bravo continues to lag behind other companies, partly because of a wrong turn. Chomping at the bit while others are carrying the fight, the platoon finally gets "lit up" in a violent but successful skirmish in Al Gharraf, during which Trombley scores his first kill. Elated and relatively unscathed, the platoon celebrates its triumph.

  • In the northern desert of Kuwait, First Recon Marines prepare to invade Iraq as the "tip of the spear" for Operation Iraqi Freedom. At the Camp Mathilda staging ground, soldiers in First Recon's Bravo Company combat boredom, cramped tents, a lack of Humvee supplies, mustache protocol, officer ineptitude, a wind storm, an espresso machine fire, and rumors of J-Lo's death while awaiting orders from Col. Stephen "Godfather" Ferrando, the raspy-throated Commander of First Recon. They also welcome a writer ("Scribe") from Rolling Stone magazine, who'll be embedded with Bravo's five-vehicle Platoon 2 unit, riding in a Humvee with Team Leader Brad "Iceman" Colbert, driver Ray Person, and Lance Cpl. Harold Trombley. After an unexpected (and portentous) mass delivery of pizza, the soldiers finally break camp, pack up their Humvees, and cross the northern border into Iraq--and an uncertain future.

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