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This miniseries centers around The Sons of Liberty, which was considered to be a clandestine group out to break the hold of the English over the American colonies. Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Paul Revere and other historical figures are shown as young radicals with a cause, standing on the brink of America becoming a new country or continuing under rule of the British.

Sons of Liberty is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (9 episodes). The series first aired on January 25, 2015.

Where do I stream Sons of Liberty online? Sons of Liberty is available for streaming on History, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Sons of Liberty on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Starz, Google Play, iTunes online.

Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays 9:00 PM et/pt on History
1 Season, 9 Episodes
January 25, 2015
Action & Adventure, Drama, History, Mini-Series
Cast: Ben Barnes As Samuel Adams Dean Norris As Benjamin Franklin Emily Berrington As Margaret Kemble Gage Henry Thomas As John Quincy Adams Jason O'Mara As George Washington Kevin Ryan As John Pitcairn Marton Csokas As General Thomas Gage Michael Raymond-James As Paul Revere Rafe Spall As John Hancock Ryan Eggold As Joseph Warren
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Sons of Liberty Full Episode Guide

  • While both sides prepare for an inevitable war, Sam and Hancock work with Ben Franklin to convince the rest of the colonial representatives in Congress to support independence.

  • The superior British Royal Army massacres the rest of colonial militia at the famed Battle of Lexington. The two forces clash again at Concord, forcing the British to retreat.

  • Paul Revere sets off on his legendary midnight ride.

  • The two forces clash at the Battles of Lexington and Concord; Sam, Hancock and Ben Franklin try to convince Colonial representatives to support the cause of independence; Gen. Gage attacks the Colonists at Bunker Hill.

  • The British Crown responds to the colonists' destruction of 600,000 pounds of tea by sending the ruthless General Thomas Gage to Boston to snuff out the rebellion. The general's tumultuous relationship with his wife, Margaret, leaves her vulnerable and soon, she engages in an affair with Sam Adams's close friend, Dr. Joseph Warren. To combat the growing British threat, Sam, John Hancock and John Adams meet with the First Continental Congress in Philadelphia. But when the other colonists refuse to aid Boston, Sam and Hancock take George Washington's advice and begin training their own army.

  • In Boston, Sam Adams--brilliant but deeply in debt--incites the anger of the British crown after accidentally provoking the destruction of the royal governor's mansion. With the British authorities on his tail, Sam is forced to turn to a wealthy socialite--John Hancock--for help. But when their association ruins Hancock's British business connections, together, Sam and Hancock establish an ingenious black market smuggling operation only to have it swiftly shut down by the royal governor. Once again, riots consume the streets of Boston. Sam engineers a protest of loyalist businesses, but when a young boy is murdered by a British supporter, the conflict with the British goes from a dispute about money and taxation to a fight for freedom.

  • Sam Adams is pursued by British authorities; riots break out in Boston.

  • Sam Adams and John Hancock establish a black-market smuggling operation; the conflict escalates following a boy's murder.

  • British troops battle American colonists.