List of Leverage Episodes

List Of Leverage Episodes

This is a list of episodes for Leverage, a U.S. television drama series, which ran on TNT from December 7, 2008 to December 25, 2012. The series is produced by director/executive producer Dean Devlin's production company Electric Television. Leverage follows a five-person team made up of Alec Hardison, Eliot Spencer, Sophie Devereaux, Parker, and former insurance investigator Nate Ford, who use their skills to right corporate and governmental injustices inflicted on common citizens.

Leverage was canceled on December 21, 2012 amid falling ratings. The final episode, which was produced as a possible series finale, aired December 25, 2012.

A total of 77 episodes of Leverage were broadcast over five seasons.

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