The Honourable Woman Inhaltsverzeichnis
Die wohlhabende Geschäftsfrau Nessa Stein hat vor Jahren das Geschäft ihres Vaters, ein israelischer Waffenhändler, übernommen. Ihre Ambitionen hinterlassen Spuren im Land, denn sie konzentriert sich mit ihrer Arbeit auf den Ausbau der. The Honourable Woman ist eine britische Spionage-Thriller-Fernsehserie aus dem Jahr Im Mittelpunkt der Handlung steht die israelisch-britische Leiterin. In zwei Wochen startet die fünfte Staffel "Homeland". Aber so gut wie früher ist die Serie schon lange nicht mehr. Dafür startet mit "The Honourable Woman". The Honourable Woman: Britisch-amerikanischer Thriller über Nessa Stein, die das Waffenhandelgeschäft ihres verstorbenen Vaters übernommen hat, bei. "The Honourable Woman" lässt "Homeland" alt aussehen. Nahost-Konflikt, Geiseln, Spionage, Waffenfabrikanten. Und mittendrin eine brillante.
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Season 1. Sort: Latest Oldest. Season 1, Episode 1. Wednesday 1 Apr 16VLS Powerful businesswoman Nessa Stein is thrown head-first into a game of political cat-and-mouse when a Palestinian businessman with close connections to her family's empire is killed.
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Published: 23 Aug He is promptly discovered dead, an apparent suicide that raises many questions. Ephra brings his children and Kasim, his housekeeper's child, to a musical event.
Kasim is kidnapped and Nessa's bodyguard is shot giving chase to the kidnappers. Hayden-Hoyle investigates the 'suicide' of Samir Meshal while the police investigate Kasim's kidnapping.
The kidnappers reveal that they know a secret that Nessa and Atika share, to the great distress of Nessa. The secret has something to do with Nessa and Atika being kidnapped in Gaza eight years earlier.
Hayden-Hoyle uncovers a woman claiming to have been Meshal's mistress, who is actually an undercover FBI agent.
She is then killed by an unidentified agent. The Americans admit to involvement in Meshal's death, while it is revealed that Ephra and Atika are having an affair.
In the course of the police investigation, they conduct a paternity test on Kasim's DNA to see if he is Ephra's son.
The test results are negative - after Atika tampers with the DNA. Shlomo and Nessa discover that someone has been feeding Nessa false information to convince her that Shlomo is dealing with Hezbollah.
Nathaniel, Nessa's bodyguard, investigates the kidnapping and is killed as a result, along with the family of one of the kidnappers. This flashback episode focuses on Nessa's activities of eight years earlier.
A naive young Nessa visits the West Bank for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at a Palestinian educational institution the Steins are funding, but she uncovers possible corruption.
She asks her Palestinian translator, Atika, if she can help sneak her into Gaza to investigate. The two women go and are swiftly kidnapped.
While imprisoned, Nessa is raped and impregnated by one of her captors, Saleh Al-Zahid, and subsequently bears his child, a sequence of events engineered by the child's paternal grandfather - the man who had Nessa's father murdered 21 years earlier.
Atika burns the kidnapper and Nessa pleads with their kidnappers to save her. Saleh Al-Zahid is also the man who will kidnap Kasim in the present day.
Atika pleads with Nessa to give her unborn child to her so she can raise it. Ephra works frantically to free his kidnapped sister, while her kidnapping is kept a secret from all but a few confidantes.
It is revealed the possible corruption Nessa was investigating was actually a cover for funds Ephra contributed to free an Israeli soldier being held hostage.
In exchange for Ephra stepping down from leadership of the Stein Group and confiding a number of secrets pertaining to the telecommunications cable in the West Bank to Chatwin, she works to get Dame Julia to approve a raid with the Israelis to rescue Nessa.
Nessa asks Atika to raise Kasim as her own, because Nessa feels if the world knows she is raising the child fathered by a Palestinian terrorist who raped her, her effectiveness at working towards peace will be compromised.
In the present day, Nessa learns that Monica Chatwin was the one who falsified Shlomo's file to make it appear he had dealt with Hezbollah.
Meanwhile, there is a scandal at a Stein-funded Israeli school, where a teacher accuses the school of discriminating against Arabs.
The teacher's investigations uncover a secret surveillance room in the school, and the teacher is murdered.
Nessa goes out drinking and ends up being beaten and raped by a man who picks her up. Nessa is later contacted by Jalal El-Amin, a Palestinian businessman who is affiliated with Kasim's kidnappers, who demands that she set up a business partnership with him in exchange for Kasim's release.
Meanwhile, Shlomo begins investigations of his own to find out who has set him up and tapped into the telecommunications cable.
He shows his evidence to Nessa, who tearfully confronts Ephra about how he has now compromised their company and good name. Shlomo also tells Sir Hugh about it, leading to Sir Hugh figuring out that the Americans were part of the wiretap and that was why they killed Samir Meshal.
Nessa reveals her secrets to Sir Hugh, and he begins to investigate Monica Chatwin's actions, which are completely unauthorised.
Nessa travels to the West Bank to inaugurate her new project with El-Amin. Ephra and Atika reconcile and sneak away to a cottage, but Atika has betrayed Ephra and has led him there to be murdered by Saleh Al-Zahid.
Ephra's wife Rachel walks in on the assassination and kills her husband's killer. Simultaneously, a bomb explodes at Nessa's event, killing everyone in its path, and the TV news declares Nessa dead.
Rachel goes into labour, and Atika helps her deliver the baby while MI6 agents arrive to arrest her.
At Monica Chatwin's order, credit for the twin assassination of the Steins is publicly and falsely claimed by an Israeli terrorist group.