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Halt and Catch Fire Gets Fourth (and Final) Season

AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire is a great show with inexplicably horrible ratings.  The third season just ended, but despite the ratings AMC has announced they will give it a fourth and final season. 160 more words

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TV: Insecure, Supergirl and No Tomorrow premier; Halt and Catch Fire concludes a great season.



Insecure (HBO)

Insecure is a new comedy about an “insecure” 29 year-old African American woman who is looking to change-up her life. It is very well done with a diverse cast led by Issa Rae who is also the co-creator and executive producer. 998 more words

Collateral attractions: Halt and Catch Fire 3.9 and 3.10

Lee Pace dancing in a chunky 90s kind of way. YES. What else can I say?

Seriously, though — I missed episode 8 and it looks like I need to go back (do not ask me when that will happen) to see how Joe reacted to Ryan’s suicide. 277 more words

Richard Armitage

AMC Renews 'HALT AND CATCH FIRE' For a Fourth and Final Season

AMC has announced that they’ve renewed their critically-acclaimed drama HALT AND CATCH FIRE for a fourth and final season of 10 episodes.

Creators and show runners Christopher Cantwell and Christopher C. 364 more words


‘Halt and Catch Fire’ 3x08 Recap: The Plunge

It took a while, longer perhaps than for any other character, but Halt and Catch Fire found a voice for Joe MacMillan. That voice is soft, sincere, thoughtful, emotionally direct. 946 more words


Pushing Daisies S2E3, "Bad Habits"

Dir. Adam Kane. Starring Lee Pace, Anna Friel, Chi McBride

Late in the first season of Pushing Daisies, Chuck (Friel) discovers the Big Secret that Ned (Pace) has been keeping from her since they were little kids: Ned killed Chuck’s dad. 1,711 more words


Collateral attractions: Halt and Catch Fire 3.7

Fantastic episode tonight. I suppose it’s too much to hope that Cameron’s loss of the IPO vote means they’ll write her character out of the series, but I am so tired of the Mutiny plotline. 347 more words

Richard Armitage