In the third season finale, Bob Lee Swagger (Ryan Phillippe) thinks multiple times that he is done with Atlas, only to find that Atlas and its former members aren’t quite done with him, with heartbreaking consequences. With Nadine Memphis (Cynthia Addai-Robinson) injured and Isaac Johnson (Omar Epps) planning his next move, Swagger finds that just because they cut the head off the snake doesn’t mean he’s safe from the venom.
Jack Long sticks to his mission, even without an Atlas
Now that Bob Lee Swagger (Ryan Phillippe) has finally closed the book on the murder of his father with the suicide of Atlas-sponsored Supreme Court nominee Ray Brooks, his and Harris Downey’s (Jesse Bradford) time in federal custody is brief when it turns out the FBI has nothing to hold them on. But while following the trail at all costs Swagger has alienated his wife and ended up in Atlas’ crosshairs. The shadowy organization is in tatters but an attack is imminent and Swagger has to decide where his heart truly lies: at home or in being a hero.
See photos from Shooter season 3, episode 13, "Red Light."
See photos from Shooter season 3, episode 12, "Patron Saint."
Bob Lee Swagger (Ryan Philippe) is wracked with guilt for unintentionally following his father’s example and neglecting to focus on his family. Before he can rejoin them, he wants to finish things with Ray Brooks — and he does — just not in the way he was expecting. But is it too late for Swagger to rejoin his old life?
Swagger runs offense and defense at the same time
See photos from Shooter season 3, episode 11, "Family Fire."
Following Carlita Cruise’s betrayal and theft of the Atlas decryption card, Team Swagger finds she’s left them a tantalizing trail. But is she Team Swagger or Team Atlas? Bob Lee Swagger (Ryan Phillippe) and Isaac Johnson (Omar Epps) are challenged to finally put the past behind them as they go deep into enemy territory.
Back in Atlas’ arms again