We open with our very first Juliette perspective. This means, in my mind, that Cole got right skipped over. This does not please me.
We see her pouring over textbooks, going a little Da Vinci Code, looking for clues. She’s friendly to the librarian as she tells him she has a dinner party.
She eats her lunch on a bench, hilariously reading a copy of Descent covered in brown wrapping paper like it’s pornography which is… well fair, I think. She goes so far as to lie to a couple of students about what it is, too.
Happy belated Thanksgiving! We made it! And here’s something to be really thankful for: Episode 2 kicks off with Helen. I could watch an entire series about Helen and Dr. Vic Ullah, couldn’t you? I love this guy! I mean, he’s no Furkat, but I get ahead of myself…
Welcome back everyone! Who remembers anything? Not me. (My recaps from last season, which I can admit I myself had to read for a refresher, can be found here.) There’s a long, long “previously on” that takes us through the last two seasons and ends with Noah taking the fall for both the women in his life and heading to jail. Sing it, Fiona Apple!!
In a happy — or dramatic, depending how you feel about it — Friday surprise, Showtime posted the first episode of The Affair’s new season ahead of its’ Nov. 20 premiere. Long-time watchers and first timers can see the new episode in its entirety for free in the YouTube video below.
The season 3 premiere of The Affair isn’t happening till Nov. 20, but with this new extended preview, we’re getting a little bit of a clearer picture of what to expect. Just kidding — the twists and turns on this show make it an incredibly hard one to predict.
The Affair is back and the drama is far from over.
On Friday, Showtime debuted the first trailer ahead of the third season of the Golden Globe-winning series. The drama kicks off with Helen and Whitney arguing over Noah.
“I know you think you know everything, but you don’t. He made some mistakes,” Helen (Maura Tierney) tells her opinionated daughter Whitney (Julia Goldani Telles), but not before Whitney fires back. “Mistakes, Mom?” she says. “He’s murderer.”
The Affair’s second season ended with Noah (Dominic West) protecting Helen (Maura Tierney) by saying he was the one who killed Scott (Colin Donnell), but despite the cliffhanger, Tierney says season 3 will pick up three years later.
Ever wonder what it takes to outfit an entire cast of actors for a hit cable show? If an inside peek into the costume closet of The Affair is any indication, it requires racks on racks of clothing and accessories. (And tons of shoes, too).
Well! I gotta give credit where credit is due: the brains behind this show really figured out a pretty satisfying outcome to this season and mystery, right? I say this even though my murderer pick, Whitney, never even put in appearance! (How mad would Whitney be if she knew she was just a red herring?)
There are plenty of soaps out there that aspire to be viewed as serious dramas. The Affair is different. It’s a serious drama that aspires to be a soap. This season, what was once a subtle character drama gave us a paternity scandal, a twist ending to a murder mystery, an act of arson, and a whole lot of pulpy melodrama that could’ve been ripped from the pages of a Noah Solloway novel.
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