Leaving a huge cliffhanger during the Season 3 finale of “Graceland” is a big gamble on the part of the showrunner of the TV series because should the network does not decide to renew the show for a fourth season, and no other network or streaming service decides to rescue it from cancellation, he will only draw the frustration of the fans, the way it happened to “Constantine” on The CW, and “The Following” on Fox last year.
The Season 3 finale showed ICE Agent Dale Jakes, played by Brandon Jay McLaren, getting into a fight with FBI Agent Jose ‘Johnny’ Turturro, played by Manny Montana, and then taking the $9 million loot and leaves with Courtney, cites Release Date Info.
While it was not surprising, to say the least, Jake has apparently turned south. But it was not just Jake because soon after, Paul Briggs, played by Daniel Sunjata, urged Sean Logan, played by Lawrence Gilliard Jr., to sign a Homeland Security report to make sure that Martun Sarkissian, played by Peter Stormare, will rot in jail.
In doing so, Briggs needed to convince Mike Warren, played by Aaron Tveit, to sign the report as well even if he knew that it would be impossible. Nonetheless, Mike signed the report.
Briggs subsequently shoots Ari, played by Rhys Coiro, in the head to hide all the illegal and wrongful things they have been doing but still wants to continue doing. He had to because Ari was standing in the way.
Catherine ‘Charlie’ DeMarco, played by Vanessa Ferlito, and Paige Arkin, played by Serinda Swan, saw the shooting but merely acted as if nothing has happened.