Fortitude Season 2
Fortitude season 2 started airing on Thursday, January 26, 2017. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
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The season consists of 10 episodes.
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Outlander and Fortitude star Tam Dean Burn stabbed outside poetry event - via Metro
The Scottish Poetry Library’s director Asif Khan confirmed the news and thanked staff and volunteers for their help in securing the library, where guests were kept for an hour while the incident was being dealt with.
Life in the North Fork: Fortitude and blessings - Daily Inter Lake - via Dailyinterlake
One day, Downes followed tracks of an elk and the bootprints of what he assumed to be hunters across the family property. Ultimately, he saw evidence that an elk had been shot, but nary a hunter in sight. He suddenly realized, too late, that a grizzly bear had claimed the carcass.
Mark Gibbons joins Brisbane's Fortitude as head booker - IQ Magazine - via Iq-mag
Collins, who is the director of smaller Brisbane venue the Triffid, echoes the sentiment. “I’m excited about working with Mark, his expertise in booking multiple venues will be a massive asset for both the Triffid and the Fortitude Music Hall.”
When Does 'Fortitude' Series 3 Start On Sky Atlantic? The Final Series Is Coming Sooner Than You Think - via Bustle
The focus of season three will revolve around Sheriff Dan Anderson, who still battles the results of an infection brought on by parasitic wasps. Any unanswered questions will most likely be resolved within the final outing, and with just four episodes left to wrap the show up - I'm sure the last Fortitude will be action packed.
Farmer Mac: Forecast Models Didn't Show Farmers' Resilience, Fortitude - via Agweb
All the things about resiliency and good works laid upon farmers are true. Bottom line there is too much of everything and farmers are having trouble making the monthly expenses. Don’t even talk about covering depreciation on recent expansions and major capital investment. Especially in dairy. Buy a box of parts for your name brand equipment at the dealer lately? That will wake you up about the true value of the dollar along with your insurance premiums. It is costing to much too breath and have your name on the mailbox these days. Not so long ago you could tighten up, hunker down and get through. Maybe beyond most operations now without significant outside revenue or a special nitch. I’ve been clear on 2 farms a long time. Much because my dad was a 29’ depression survivor and we always operated in survival mode. No way can a price taker farmer continue to buy equipment manufactured by price makers with big ticket labor, perks, etc. in the price. This is why good used stuff is bringing more than expected lately. Get lean and out from under all debt possible. Higher interest rates are coming. Higher taxes are here and more coming across the nation. Productive sectors pay for everything. That is mining, manufacturing and agriculture. Everything else is a service riding on those 3 things. Can’t offer solutions just facts about what is here and more of coming. The golden gooses who hit it hard every day, including Sundays and holidays for many, in this country continue to be squeezed harder to serve humanity as a whole. Now go make it a great day!
The industry expected a phenomenon. What it got was a decent drama that mirrored its central characters: likeable, good-hearted, but flawed. Set in the fictional town of Fortitude – a sleepy, mountainous outpost of Arctic Norway – the first series followed Sheriff Dan Andersen (Richard Dormer) and Governor Hildur <...> - by Daily Telegraph (UK) [Alex Bellotti]
Season two kicks off some time after the huge finale events (can you believe it was 2015?!) and although the people who stayed are obviously haunted by what they’ve seen, they are all trying to get on with their lives and back to normality. But, of course, Fortitude still has plans for them and this time a beheaded <...> - by Critical Popcorn - Season 2 [Dan Bullock]
The dialogue is still creaky as hell, although at least now it feels like a choice, rather than a mistake. And some of the story remains incredibly arch and predictable. But now it’s about the kids, so all is pretty much forgiven. Especially as they’ve all really grown in to their roles. The four friends <...> - by NoSpoilerReviewz - Season 2 [Jason Singer]
The disquieting tone of the series is established in the first minutes of the first episode, with the appearance of the rare (and real) “blood aurora,” a bizarre manifestation of the Northern Lights in which the sky turns crimson or brilliant red. For centuries, these unusual light phenomena have been seen as omens <...> - by Paste Magazine [Amy Glynn]
But wait! Vincent’s back! And he wants to get back with Natalie! So how will he make the Street Cat film? Oh, but hang on, Natalie’s found one of those pesky mosquitos in her lab and she’s keeping schtum about it. NOW is the time for one of those ungodly screams! Also returning from Series 1 are <...> - by DVDfever.co - Season 2 Episode 1 [Dom Robinson]