The Brave is an American drama series created by Dean Georgaris, Daniel Cohn and Jeremy Miller, which was produced by Keshet Studios and Universal Television, also distributed by NBCUniversal Television Distribution.
The series was aired on September 27, 2017, and as of 2017, it has aired 4 episodes.
The series follows the about Defense Intelligence and Special Ops units teaming up to save innocent lives around the world. The series centers on Captain Adam Dalton (Mike Vogel), who leads a daring Special Ops squad of well-trained undercover specialists.
Dalton’s team consists of Sgt Jasmine "Jaz" Khan (Natacha Karam), a superior sniper; CPO Ezekiel "Preach" Carter (Demetrius Grosse); combat medic Sgt Joseph "McG" McGuire (Noah Mills); and intelligence officer Agent Amir Al-Raisani (Hadi Tabbal).
Back in their Washington D.C. headquarters, D.I.A. Deputy Director Patricia Campbell (Anne Heche) oversees support and analysis for Dalton and company. Campbell’s unit of analysts includes Cultural Specialist Noah Morgenthau (Tate Ellington) and Mission Coordinator Hannah Archer (Sofia Pernas). Together, this trio provides the world’s most advanced surveillance technology.
Whether in D.C. or on the ground, the members of this resilient, elite team — both in D.C. and across the world — share an unparalleled commitment to liberty. While they usually face seemingly insurmountable odds, they are dedicated to completing their missions successfully, regardless of the dangers and challenges thrown at them.
- Mike Vogel as Commander Michael Dalton
- Anne Heche as Deputy Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency Patricia Campbell
- Demetrius Grosse as Anthony "Preach" Carter
- Noah Mills as Joseph J. McGuire
- Sofia Pernas as Hannah Archer
- Tate Ellington as Noah Morgenthau
- Natacha Karam as Jasmine "Jaz" Khan
- Hadi Tabbal as Amir Al-Raisani
Episode number Edit
- Moscow Rules
- The Greater Good
- Break Out
- Enhanced Protection
Critical response Edit
The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported a 39% approval rating, with an average rating of 5.75/10 based on 18 reviews. Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 55 out of 100 based on 10 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".