This week’s Shooter, "Overwatch," took some time to show us some of Bob Lee Swagger and Isaac Johnson’s time in Afghanistan. Here are three clips with the highlest level of badassery from the flashback episode worth a second look.
Is Isaac Johnson the character you love to hate? Omar Epps gives the scoop on this week's Shooter episode, what it's like working with Ryan Phillippe, and how he came to learn a bit of Mandarin Chinese. Check out the exclusive interview.
Bob Lee Swagger (Ryan Phillippe) is on the move now so he's got a lot more room to put his skills to use. In this week's Shooter, Swagger begins his plan to clear his name, so he has to juggle several balls in the air at once. Finding clues, evading capture, and even seeing his wife gives us the most badass Swagger moments yet, such as...
One of the most important things to understand about Bob Lee Swagger is that he's a veteran, and more importantly, a Marine. The show Shooter wanted to do this element of his character justice, which is why it hired former Marine sniper -- not to mention longtime police officer -- Steve Seapker as a technical consultant.
This week, we saw what Bob Lee Swagger can really do. Looks like they picked the wrong guy to frame for assassinating the Ukrainian President (something we also just found out)! Here are the five coolest things Swagger did this week in his quest to clear his name and expose the real conspiracy -- all in the confines of the Big House.
Shantel VanSanten gives the scoop on season one of Shooter, what it's like working with Ryan Phillippe, and discusses a cause that is near and dear to her heart. Check out the exclusive interview.
In 1993, Stephen Hunter published Point of Impact, the first novel in what would become a series of novels about Bob Lee Swagger and his family. In celebration of the upcoming premiere of Shooter, USA chatted with Mr. Hunter about his inspiration for creating Bob Lee, working with Ryan Phillippe, and the experience of seeing his book turned into TV.
Ryan Phillippe, star of USA Network's new series Shooter, found widespread fame in the 1997 film I Know What You Did Last Summer. He was just 24 years old then. Today, he's 42. But, honestly, you wouldn't know it. We looked back at 14 years' worth of pictures to see if we could detect any signs of Ryan aging. See for yourself.
The conspiracy is on. Bob Lee Swagger (Ryan Philippe) has been framed for assassinating the President of the United States. We know he didn’t do it because we were with him when the real shooter took the shot. With Shooter just getting started, we have nine more episodes left to figure out who set Swagger up. Here are five questions we have after the premiere.
Ryan Phillippe sat down with USANetwork.com to discuss the first season of his new conspiracy action drama, Shooter. Check out the exclusive interview and get the dish on what to expect this season.