Halt and Catch Fire Season 4
Halt and Catch Fire season 4 started airing on Saturday, August 19, 2017. Subscribe below for season Four fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale: Oct 14, 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.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S4E10 Ten of Swords
The season consists of 10 episodes.
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Previously on Halt and Catch Fire: While Donna's vision inspires a spirited discussion about the next big thing and how to achieve it, the end result may not make everyone happy.
It’s Cameron, though, who remains the most fascinating conundrum. Mackenzie Davis’ rebel-without-a-cause programmer has become an authoritative disrupter. Her video games buck the trends, confidently building a vision sometimes only Cameron can see. The lingering question, both for the audience and for <...> - by indieWire [Ben Travers]
The show is definitely better than when it premiered, but I think they’re now falling into the trap with Cameron that they had with Joe. It feels like Cameron’s storyline is now as the damaged, difficult woman, who just gets in the way of the others. Maybe the goal is for Cameron and Joe to be there for <...> - per Uproxx [Alan Sepinwall]
Halt and Catch Fire’s vision of life is not about some false construction of an end point, though. For this series, recursion is what a real hero’s journey looks like: It’s the process of coming to an end and then figuring out what comes next. That scene where Donna and Cameron look at the empty box from the old <...> - via New York Magazine/Vulture [Kathryn VanArendonk]
It’s a story that should be familiar to anyone who’s ever read one word about the success of Microsoft or wondered whatever happened to once dominant pieces of software like Netscape Navigator. Halt and Catch Fire succeeds by making its tech narrative not a dry history lesson, but rather a battle of wills between <...> - via The Atlantic [David Sims]
For all the big events this show covers, it never sacrifices nuance and thoughtfulness for twists or attempts to outdo itself. It's a pleasure to watch a series that's confident enough to let its characters succeed and fail without having to spell out who's right and wrong. More often than not, they're each a little of <...> - by PopMatters [J.M. Suarez]