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Mayor Of Kingstown Clip: Jeremy Renner's Mike McLusky Investigates An Explosion

Summary

  • Bomb threats intensify in
    Mayor of Kingstown s
    eason 3.
  • Ongoing explosions, new threats, and a Russian mob are added to the tension in season 3.
  • Mike McLusky races to uncover the source of the bombings.



Jeremy Renner’s Mike McLusky investigates a bomb threat in an exclusive Mayor of Kingstown season 3 clip. A crime drama co-created by Taylor Sheridan and Hugh Dillon, the story takes place in the titular town, where the business is an incarceration. It’s the domain of the McLusky family, who act as the mediators between the street gangs, prisoners, guards, and police. The cast of Mayor of Kingstown also includes Tobi Bamtefa, Taylor Handley, Emma Laird, Derek Webster, Hamish Allan-Headley, Pha’rez Lass, Aidan Gillen. Kyle Chandler. Nishi Munshi, and Michael Beach, among others.

In an exclusive ScreenRant clip from Mayor of Kingstown season 3, episode 4, “Rag Doll,” Mike McLusky (Renner) and his younger brother Kyle (Handley) are in the spotlight as they converse about a bomb threat. Watch the clip from Paramount Plus below:


Nina Lopez-Corrado directed the episode while Aalia Brown worked on the teleplay. It premieres on Paramount+ on Sunday, June 23.


Mayor of Kingstown Season 3, Episode 4 Picks Up An Ongoing Threat

Bombs Have Been Going Off All Season.

The synopsis notes that Mike is desperate to figure out the source of the bombings, even to the point that he’s willing to extend an unlikely olive branch.


The bomb being discussed in the Mayor of Kingstown season 3 clip reflects an ongoing threat. Back in the premiere episode, during the funeral of Miriam McLusky (Dianne Wiest), a bomb went off. Then in episode 3, a car bomb explodes in the Kingstown police parking lot. Though the bomb is thought to be some form of retaliation, it’s clearly a threat that will carry through to the remaining episodes.

“Ragdoll” confirms the centrality of the bomb plot. The synopsis notes that Mike is desperate to figure out the source of the bombings, even to the point that he’s willing to extend an unlikely olive branch. Still, in the short clip, Mike manages to put on a nonchalant face as he converses with Tyler. It’s only when the youngest McLusky brother leaves that, for a moment, Mike’s true discomfort seems to peek through.

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Consisting of ten episodes overall, and picking up after Mayor of Kingstown season 2, the latest installment has more than one significant threat. In addition to the explosions, there’s also a new Russian mob and an escalating drug war. The pressure is on for Mike to get to the bottom of things. In the latest clip, that pressure seems to be mounting.

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