The Affair Season 4
The Affair season 4 started airing on Sunday, June 17, 2018. Subscribe below for season Four fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale: Aug 19, 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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The season consists of 10 episodes.
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The Affair to become the far-flung future dystopia it was always meant to be - via News
The decision to do the time warp for the show’s fifth season presumably builds off of the end of its fourth, which revealed that Wilson’s character, Alison, was dead, likely at the hands of boyfriend Ben. (“Likely,” because The Affair has never gone in for strictly objective truth.) Paquin will investigate the circumstances surrounding her parent’s lives, while also, we assume, fending off attacks from Dennis Hopper’s pirate raiders and a newly resurgent Atlantis.
Anna Paquin Joins 'The Affair' As Part Of Major Time Jump In Final Season 5 - via Deadline
X-Men alumna Paquin, an Oscar winner for The Piano, headlined HBO’s hit vampire drama series True Blood. Her starring TV series credits also include the mini-series Alias Grace, Susanna and Bellevue, which she executive produced. Paquin is repped by WME, Brillstein Entertainment Partners and Sloane Offer.
True Blood alum Anna Paquin joining The Affair as Alison's daughter for final season - via Ew
According to the press release, season 5 will chronicle the aftermath of Alison’s death and “find the characters coming to terms with the consequences of their choices” — probably something they should’ve been doing all along. “This final season is about how everything does really fall apart in the end, but somewhere in that wreckage, the seeds of change finally sprout,” reads the network’s official logline for the 10-episode farewell season.
Anna Paquin Joins 'The Affair' Season 5 - via Variety
Anna Paquin has joined the cast of the fifth and final season of “The Affair,” Variety has confirmed. Paquin joins the Showtime drama in the role of the adult version of Joanie Lockhart, the daughter of Alison and Cole. The show will jump forward in time multiple decades as Joanie returns to Montauk to investigate the death […]
The Affair: Season five shaping up to have new look as third series regular drops out of Showtime drama - via Dailymail
When viewers last saw the pair in the season four finale, Luisa and Cole had split, but he had offered to remain married so that she could become Joanie’s legal guardian and to help her apply for U.S. citizenship.
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 <...> - by 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 <...> - by 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 <...> - by 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 <...> - by Den of Geek [Daniel Kurland]