After Balagan investigates the sudden death of a hotel security guard, he is forced to face his worst nightmare.
A rock star hires Balagan to find $200,000 stolen from him – a mystery that also involves colourful groupies, a missing polar bear, and the kidnapped grandmother of Danni’s estranged husband.
Balagan is forced to match his chess skills against a computer when his anonymous online opponent reveals that he is playing for lethally high stakes - the lives of a group of innocent hostages.
When the hotel safe is robbed during an extravagant Indian wedding celebration, the distraught couple asks Balagan to help recover their stolen gifts- but is it an inside job or the work of professionals?
A boisterous reunion between Balagan and his longtime buddy, a Russian cosmonaut, is interrupted when an aerospace engineer plunges to his death and Balagan’s friend is accused of the murder.
When the imperious heiress of the Huxley Hotel Empire descends for an inspection, she coerces Balagan into helping her find her son, who has mysteriously disappeared.
Smitten by a beautiful Chinese cryptologist, Sam convinces Balagan to try to solve an intricate puzzle involving a vital secret and an attractive, conniving female journalist.
Enlisted by a terrified family to help solve the inexplicable bombing of their car, Balagan is sidetracked by an unexpected match with a 16-year-old world chess champion.
A mysterious doctor tells Balagan that he is responsible for the murder of a woman found in the hotel pool during a Psychiatric Conference, drawing Balagan into a complex and dangerous game.
In order to help his former mentor on the police force, Hugo is forced to ask Balagan for help in solving a baffling decades-old cold case about a missing teenage girl.
Hired by a desperate amnesiac, Balagan begins to unravel the man’s complicated identity while battling with Pippa over the investigation into his fiancée’s murder.
A daring robbery during a high-stakes poker game forces Hugo to ask Balagan for help, prompting the chess master to create his own complex plot to trap the culprit.
Balagan’s first case is launched when Danni pleads with him to find a missing boy and, in a race against time, he enlists Sam and Alcina to help.
Endgame is an original drama series centering on a brilliant chess master Arkady Balagan. Traumatized by the murder of his fiancée, Balagan has become a prisoner in his luxury Vancouver hotel, terrified to step outside. To pay his bill, Balagan starts solving mysteries - using an unlikely band of hotel employees and chess fanatics to do his legwork.
As Arkady's hostage situation escalates, his opponent demands to play Sam instead.
Arkady enlists help from friends to inspect a dead body without leaving his hotel.
Endgame movie trailer - starring Corey Johnson, Mark McGann, John Benfield, Daniel Newman, Toni Barry. Directed by Gary Wicks. Genre: Drama
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As Arkady is being kicked out of his hotel, he makes a discovery that could lengthen his stay.
Arkady is abducted and finds himself face to face with the killer he has sought all along.
When the groom of the robbed family goes missing after the robert, Arkady realizes he has something to hide.
When the resident rock star's money goes missing, Arkady finds all kinds of motivations behind the disappearance.
Arkady attempts to explain the events surrounding a package bomb by reading his clients, causing tempers to flare.
Two guests solicit Arkady's help in finding their lost suitcase, the contents of which seem suspiciously invaluable.
Arkady is confronted by the owner of his hotel, who demands that he find her missing son.
The reigning world chess champion checks in at Arkady's hotel, and Arkady believes it is no coincidence.
Arkady meets the hotel's resident rock star, who demonstrates his "wildlife" plans for his next show.
Arkady recieves valuable information about a case and his living situation.
Arkady visualizes questioning a man he has wrongly implicated for murder.
Arkady reimagines a chain of events in the hotel lobby to uncover the description of a mysterious culprit.
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