The Affair Season 4
The Affair season 4 started airing on Sunday, June 17, 2018. 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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most recent episode S4E10 Episode 10
The season consists of 10 episodes.
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Granted, last season was awful, and I'm not sure I would've tuned into the new fourth season unless I had to — but good thing I did, because it's a distinct improvement, more emotionally realistic, without sacrificing any lurid wildness. Once again, the best thing about the show is how it depicts the same events as <...> - according to AARP Movies for Grownups [Tim Appelo]
They hate one another with a passion, and if they're willing to put all of that behind them, then something must be really wrong with Alison. There's no way she would not show up for Joanie, so I'm worried. His presence in their lives has been sporadic, and it's not like he couldn't hop on a plane to visit them <...> - by TV Fanatic [Paul Dailly]
What’s great about The Affair is—other than tossing us a considerably long “previously on The Affair”—we are left like Helen to stew in her unreasonable juices when she realizes in California therapy how annoyed she is by Noah’s mere presence. The guy who broke up their (relatively) happy family, cheated on <...> - according to AV Club [Gwen Ihnat]
Mare Winningham makes a brief return as Cole’s mom, observing that “time moves in circles.” So do the characters, who are forever defined by the same negative traits: high-strung and selfish Helen, childlike and narcissistic Noah, touchy and paranoid Cole, depressed and unstable Alison. Emotions and behaviors run <...> - via New York Times [Mike Hale]
Noah's good will and optimism continues to run out as the episode goes on. He might be on the opposite coast of the world now, but his entitled, privileged nature is right there with him. That's not to say that Noah doesn't deserve any sympathy here, but he continues to go around and expect that everything will go his <...> - via Den of Geek [Daniel Kurland]