New Yorker Festival – Berlin Station tweets

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I am thrilled to have had the opportunity to see the first episode of the upcoming EPIX original series Berlin Station during the The New Yorker Festival!!!✨🎬📽🎭🏙🗽 I just had to see one of my favorite actors, Richard Armitage, as a CIA spy in the big screen!!💕😍😍 I know you could watch the first two episodes online but it was something truly special seeing it on a big screen!!❤️📽 I can't wait to see the next episodes especially after series writer, Olen Steinhauer and showrunner and executive producer, Bradford Winters, started a nice discussion after the presentation about the actors, what it took to make the series, and what we should expect as the series progresses. ✨✨✨📽 It was all a great experience!❤️❤️ #OMG #Awesome #EPIX #BerlinStation #NewYokerFestival #TNYFest #originalseries #spyseries #talented #RichardArmitage #ArmitageArmy #Free #ExlusiveScreening #SVATheater #excited #fangirl #Manhattan #newyorkcity #memories #havingagoodtime #picoftheday #lateinsta #Sunday

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~ by Servetus on October 9, 2016.

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