When Jake Green returns to his hometown of Jericho (where dad Johnston is mayor), everyone is preoccupied with petty private business and family matters. This all changes drastically after a completely unexpected explosion turns Jericho upside down - a nuclear attack. Jake proves to be extremely resourceful, while his father's mayoral authority and that of the only available medical professionals is soon challenged and undermined. Contact made with neighboring surviving towns prove that desperate rivalry soon cancels out solidarity and it is soon revealed that there is a well-equipped, hidden organization at work. Stars Skeet Ulrich as Jake Green, Lennie James as Robert Hawkins, Ashley Scott as Emily Sullivan, Kenneth Mitchell as Eric Green, and more.

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  • Watch Jericho Season 2

    • Episode 7

      Season 2: Episode 7: Patriots And Tyrants w/ ...

      aired: Tue, Mar 25, 2008

      Jake and Hawkins have one final opportunity to prove to the independent Texas government that they hold the evidence to one of the biggest conspiracies in history...but first they'll have to get past the Cheyenne government.

    • Episode 6

      Season 2: Episode 6: Sedition

      aired: Tue, Mar 18, 2008

      Following the Rangers' decision to take justice into their own hands, Major Beck goes to extreme measures to prove he's in complete control of the town, while Hawkins receives a call from Chavez telling him that it's time to transport the bomb.

    • Episode 5

      Season 2: Episode 5: Termination For Cause Je...

      aired: Tue, Mar 11, 2008

      Jake and the Rangers square off in a battle for survival against Goetz and Ravenwood, while one of the Rangers takes a course of action that will alter his life forever.

    • Episode 4

      Season 2: Episode 4: Oversight

      aired: Tue, Mar 4, 2008

      Hawkins receives another call from his mysterious new contact, John Smith, who continues to know his every move, and who informs Hawkins that he is one day away from being caught by Major Beck.

    • Episode 3

      Season 2: Episode 3: Jennings & Rall Jericho

      aired: Tue, Feb 26, 2008

      When Jake discovers that the government official who is supposed to protect them is actually withholding a vaccine for the Hudson River virus, he and the Rangers take their survival into their own hands.

    • Episode 2

      Season 2: Episode 2: Condor

      aired: Tue, Feb 19, 2008

      Jake helps Major Beck prepare for a special visitor from the Cheyenne government, while Hawkins continues to work with Chavez to uncover the secrets of this new regime.

    • Episode 1

      Season 2: Episode 1: Reconstruction Jericho

      aired: Tue, Feb 12, 2008

      When the Cheyenne government puts an end to the battle between Jericho and New Bern, Major Beck leads the reconstruction efforts to restore Jericho's power and communication with the outside world.

  • Watch Jericho Season 1

    • Episode 23

      23. Why We Fight

      aired: Wed, May 9, 2007

      On the first season finale, Johnston leads a heavily outnumbered army into battle against New Bern, where one of Jericho's own will be lost during this fight for survival. Although Jericho has far fewer men and resources than New Bern, it has a few advantages. Hawkins and Jake reveal to Johnston that Hawkins has the ability to track New Bern's position via satellite. And with the help of the tank that they took from the fake marines, Jericho launches one of New Bern's mortars against them. At the same time, Hawkins realizes that his tracking device is allowing someone to track him at the same time.

    • Episode 22

      Why We Fight

      aired: Wed, May 2, 2007

      All hell breaks loose after Russell and some armed men from New Bern arrive in Jericho to take salt from the mine. Shots are fired accidentally which leads to heightened tensions between the two towns. In jail, Jake runs into Maggie, one of the fake marines from a previous episode, and together, they plot an escape plan: Maggie cons her way out of jail and finds Hawkins, who helps her get Jake and Eric out of jail.

    • Episode 21

      Coalition Of The Willing

      aired: Wed, Apr 25, 2007

      Tensions mount when several residents from New Bern try to steal salt from Jericho's mine and shots are fired. The tension between Jericho and the neighboring town of New Bern escalates when several people are shot and injured while trying to steal from Jericho's salt mine.

    • Episode 20

      One If By Land

      aired: Wed, Apr 18, 2007

      When Jake and Hawkins travel to New Bern to find Eric, they uncover a secret plot that puts the citizens of Jericho in danger. When Eric doesn't return from New Bern with the other men, Jake senses something is wrong and uncovers what their neighbors secretly have in store for the citizens of Jericho.

    • Episode 19

      Casus Belli

      aired: Wed, Apr 11, 2007

      Faced with the possibility that Hawkins is a terrorist, Jake confronts Hawkins at gunpoint to learn Hawkins' true identity and backstory. Gail and Johnston both try to come to terms with April's death in their own ways while Mimi worries about Bonnie and her burgeoning relationship with Sean Henthorn.

    • Episode 18


      aired: Wed, Apr 4, 2007

      With no end in sight to the long, hard winter that Jericho has been experiencing, Gray Anderson determines that the refugees have become a problem. Roger goes off the deep end trying to remedy the situation and Jake ends up acting as a hostage negotiator when Roger holds Gray captive. Meanwhile, Hawkins must decide whether to pursue the people who after his bomb while dealing with the emotional aftermath of Allison killing Sarah.

    • Episode 17

      One Man's Terrorist

      aired: Wed, Mar 28, 2007

      Faced with a catastrophic complication in April's pregnancy, Jake forces Kenchy to confront his post-traumatic stress syndrome and perform a heroic operation. Bonnie and Mimi, volunteering at the medical center, begin to bond while Johnston desperately searches for Eric so he can be at his wife's side. Gray, moved by April's circumstance, fights with a trading party from the town of Myles to get more power-generating windmills. Meanwhile, Hawkins covers up Sarah's murder as the very bureaucratic Jimmy noses around.

    • Episode 16

      Winter's End

      aired: Wed, Mar 14, 2007

      With the arrival of the Marines, the citizens of Jericho consider what their lives will be like when law and order is restored and the nation begins to recover from the bombings. The soldiers also bring word of a great victory by the military in the war that the US is engaged in abroad. But not all is what it seems as Jake and Johnston begin to ask some tough questions. Meanwhile, Hawkins discovers that Sarah may not be who he thinks she is.

    • Episode 15

      Semper Fidelis

      aired: Wed, Mar 7, 2007

      Jake, Stanley and Mimi find themselves fighting for their lives when they run into several dangerous strangers on a hunting trip. While traveling outside the city limits in search of wild game, a truck pushes the truck that Jake, Stanley and Mimi are driving off the road, leaving Stanley unconscious and Jake pinned underneath the vehicle. Mimi realizes that she is their only chance of survival and heads back to Jericho on foot. Meanwhile, Hawkins discovers that he has put his family in grave danger, and Emily and Roger continue trying to rebuild their relationship.

    • Episode 14

      Heart Of Winter

      aired: Wed, Feb 28, 2007

      As winter nears, Jake and Johnston are joined by Dale and Heather on a trip to a trading post several hours outside of town in search of equipment to fix the local windmill. Heather knows how to fix the local windmills if she has the necessary equipment and convinces Jake and Johnston to travel with her to "Black Jack," a trading post several hours outside of town. Against Johnston's wishes, Dale joins them in hopes of trading supplies from the market for something the town can actually use. Meanwhile, much to the dismay of his family, Hawkins brings Sarah back to their home as they both try to figure out who is watching Hawkins.

    • Episode 13


      aired: Wed, Feb 21, 2007

      Parts of Jake and Hawkins' pasts are revealed during a flashback to 36 hours before the bombs went off. The day before the explosions, Jake is in San Diego trying unsuccessfully to make an honest living, while Hawkins' mysterious past is furthered by his association with a woman named Sarah. Also, Emily's fiancé, Roger, heads to Chicago for a job interview that Emily is not happy about. Meanwhile, in the present day, refugees including Roger and Sarah arrive in Jericho bringing more questions with them.

    • Episode 12

      Return To Jericho

      aired: Thu, Feb 15, 2007

      Catch up on Jericho during a special recap that chronicles what took place during the first 11 episodes of the series. From the powerful premiere episode that saw the town of Jericho living with the fallout of a nuclear attack, to the discovery that someone from outside of Jericho was coming to visit Hawkins, to the unexpected return of Ashley's fiancé, Roger, catch up on all the mysteries of Jericho.

    • Episode 11

      Vox Populi

      aired: Wed, Nov 29, 2006

      As the mayoral election nears, Gray seizes the opportunity to show his strength as a leader when one of Jericho's citizens turns up dead. Gray is convinced he knows who committed the crime and launches a manhunt to capture Jonah and restore peace to Jericho. Meanwhile, as playful reminiscing continues to heat up between Jake and Emily, both are hit with a curve ball when an unlikely face returns to Jericho.

    • Episode 10

      Red Flag

      aired: Wed, Nov 22, 2006

      As bombers fly over Jericho dropping parachutes with palettes of supplies attached, citizens are both thrilled and cautious about their much-needed relief. As the citizens scramble to retrieve the food and supplies that are dropped from the sky, Mayor Green tries to convince them to wait until everything is tested to prove that it is safe. Meanwhile, Jonah attempts to commandeer two of the palettes for himself.

    • Episode 9


      aired: Wed, Nov 15, 2006

      When Jericho receives a surprise visit from several seedy out-of-towners, the residents realize they need a plan to keep intruders out. Emotions run high when the townspeople meet to discuss ideas for securing their borders. One solution that strikes a nerve with several citizens involves a strategy that would isolate a large part of the town from the other. Meanwhile, Emily wakes up on the day she was supposed to get married and imagines how her wedding day would have gone if Roger was still there.

    • Episode 8

      Rogue River

      aired: Wed, Nov 8, 2006

      Mayor Johnston's life hangs in the balance when he comes down with a bad case of the flu, and it is up to Jake and Eric to save him by traveling to another town to get the medicine he desperately needs. While traveling to Rogue River, Jake and Eric get a glimpse of what's gone on in the surrounding areas and discover that, since the explosions took place, the world outside of Jericho has changed immensely. Meanwhile, Gray questions the Hawkins family about their mysterious arrival.

    • Episode 7

      Long Live The Mayor

      aired: Wed, Nov 1, 2006

      While the town prepares to celebrate Halloween, Gray Anderson returns after traveling outside of town and reports back on the horrific things he saw while he was away. Upon his return, Gray is able to provide more information about which cities were hit by bombs and which cities have not been affected. Having witnessed unspeakable terror, Gray is determined to protect the citizens of Jericho from danger. To this end, he wants to interrogate all the new families who came to town before or after the attacks, including Rob Hawkins. Meanwhile, Jake tries to negotiate with Jonah Prowse, who came back to town to retrieve a member of his gang who was arrested for stealing horses and food. Also, while overseeing Halloween preparations for the town, Emily tells Heather a bit more about her former relationship with Jake. Guest star James Remar.

    • Episode 6


      aired: Wed, Oct 25, 2006

      An electromagnetic pulse fries everything with a circuit board at 9:02 pm, plunging the town into darkness. Before the power goes out, the citizens of Jericho watch as minutemen missiles are launched into the sky. One by one, the townspeople receive phone messages alerting them that the Federal government has been shut down and that everyone is under local or state jurisdiction. For the first time since the explosion, people realize they are on their own and must be responsible for maintaining law and order in their town. Meanwhile, Allison, Hawkins’ daughter, starts to question her father's motive for moving to Jericho.

    • Episode 5

      Federal Response

      aired: Wed, Oct 18, 2006

      The people of Jericho receive a pre-recorded phone call from Homeland Security telling them that help is on the way. The townspeople start to think that life might be returning to normal when the power and phones return. Their hope is dashed, however, after the power surges and electrical lines go down, causing fires to break out all over town. While, when Jake and Hawkins work together to fight the fires, they discover that neither one of them is who they claim to be. Meanwhile, still desperate for information, the townspeople vigilantly watch the satellite television in Mary's bar with the hope that another signal will come through.

    • Episode 4

      Walls Of Jericho

      aired: Wed, Oct 11, 2006

      When Jake and Heather find a stranger on the side of the road who is sick and disfigured from radiation poisoning, they must decide whether to help him and risk contamination or do nothing and allow him to die. After they decide to help the stranger and take him to the hospital, Jake and Hawkins sit vigil in hopes that he will be able to give them information about what's going on outside of Jericho. Meanwhile, when the generator at the hospital is low on gas and supplies in town begin to dwindle, the police must ask disgruntled and panicked townspeople to siphon gas from their cars.

    • Episode 3

      Four Horseman

      aired: Wed, Oct 4, 2006

      Jake organizes a group to gather more information about the explosions after a satellite television in the local bar broadcasts an Asian news program showing the extent of the nuclear attacks. In addition to the television broadcast, Stanley, who is hospitalized for radiation poisoning, claims to have seen tanks headed toward Denver. With Jericho still cut off from communication and the people craving information, Jake recommends sending out four search parties in different directions to get a sense of what is going on outside of town. Meanwhile, when one of the inhabitants dies unexpectedly, Heather questions the cause of his death.

    • Episode 2


      aired: Wed, Sep 27, 2006

      With only an hour before the fallout from the nuclear blast in Denver hits Jericho, Jake rushes to get the townspeople inside and away from the rain so that they won't get radiation poisoning.

    • Episode 1


      aired: Wed, Sep 20, 2006

      Fear of the unknown propels Jericho into social, psychological and physical mayhem when all communication and power is shut down. The town starts to come apart at the seams as terror, anger and confusion bring out the very worst in some residents. Jake Green, the prodigal son of the town's mayor, becomes a reluctant hero when a school bus crashes as a result of the explosion.

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