The Outpost Season 1
The Outpost season 1 started airing on Tuesday, July 10, 2018. Subscribe below for season One fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale - Oct 02, 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.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S1E8 Beyond the Wall
next episode S1E9 The Vex Rezicon
The season consists of 10 episodes.
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Review: 'The Outpost' is a revenge fantasy you've dreamed before but with a few surprises - via Latimes
And thus are delivered the opening lines of "The Outpost," a new fantasy series premiering Tuesday on the CW, arriving to counter this recent apocalyptic heat with dark forests, banks of fog and a heaping helping of post-production twilight blue. And a lot of kicking and twirling and hacking and stabbing and pounding and chopping and screaming and running, sometimes in slow motion and not long in coming.
TV highlights (July 10, 2018): CW show "The Outpost" resembles a video game - via Kenoshanews
A master of martial arts and swordplay, she travels to a remote village at the end of the known world to find the men who killed her family, only to discover that she possesses special powers and may be seen as a unique threat to a fanatical religious tyrant. Developed for a worldwide audience, “Outpost” has all the action and character development of a video game.
The Outpost centers on Talon, who is the lone survivor of a race called "Blackbloods". When she sets off to the edge of civilization to track her family's killers, she discovers she possesses a mysterious supernatural power that she must learn to control.
That is not exactly a criticism: It is a short hop, after all, from "genre" to "generic" and "The Outpost," which might fairly be described as “multiply derivative,” is careful to fulfill all the implicit contracts with an audience that, broadly speaking, wants to be challenged only so much. Every so often, <...> - by Los Angeles Times [Robert Lloyd]
The writing in the show leaves much to be desired. But I will chalk it up to being the pilot episode, which tends to not have the best writing, as the series is still finding its groove. The show was created by the same team as Stargate (the movie and the SG-1 show), so maybe for some, that is reason enough to check <...> - by Black Girl Nerds [Stephanie Francis]
The final moments of the pilot suggest a swerve or two in the works. On this budget, however, I expect very special episodes in which Talon must wrestle her shadow or flee from paper airplanes covered in ice cream jimmies. In flashbacks, tween Talon is a tomboy who’s good with her fists. That’s no <...> - by Boston Herald [Mark A. Perigard]
As a young girl, our heroine, Talon (Jessica Green), witnessed the slaughter of her people, an elf-eared race known as Blackbloods, leaving her the last of her kind. The story picks up 13 years later as Talon, now a skilled fighter, is hot on the trail of the men who killed her family and people. They've been spotted <...> - by Common Sense Media [Mark Dolan]
The woman is named Talon (Jessica Green), who is part of a species called “blackbloods,” distinguished by notches at the top of their ears and the fact that, well, their blood is black. In a flashback, we find out that 13 years earlier, a team of mercenaries were sent in to slaughter Talon’s entire <...> - by Decider [Joel Keller]