SPOILER! Don’t read on if you haven’t watched the two-part season finale of Halt and Catch Fire.
AMC’s tech drama Halt and Catch Fire erupted in flames several times during its creatively stunning third season, but the two-part finale ended on a simmer — which, in many ways, is the most dangerous kind of fire, especially when you aren’t aware you’ve left the burner on.
Spoiler warning: Don’t read on if you haven’t watched the Oct. 4 episode of Halt and Catch Fire!
Never underestimate the influence of Joe MacMillan.
AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire ended its penultimate season 3 episode with a bombshell shocker for the ‘80s-set tech-boom drama: a suicide, marking the first major character death in the show’s three seasons.
Have you already binge-watched every episode of Stranger Things and are looking to fill the ’80s-nostalgia hole in your heart? Halt and Catch Fire might be the answer.
In this clip from the People/Entertainment Weekly Network’s new series Bingeworthy, hosts Jessica Shaw from EW Radio on SiriusXM and Touré from MSNBC’s The Cycle debate whether or not AMC’s Silicon Valley-set Halt and Catch Fire, currently in its third season on AMC, is, well, worthy of a binge.
Talk about a system reboot! When AMC’s ‘80s tech-savvy series Halt and Catch Fire returns Tuesday, expect to see some major changes. For starters, the show picks up six months after Donna Clarke (Kerry Bishé) and Cameron Howe’s (Mackenzie Davis) big move to Silicon Valley, where they’ve relocated in hopes of expanding their computer gaming company.
“We’re doing pretty well at the top of the season,” says Davis of the female-led tech business. “It’s exciting.”
Bent on expanding their online gaming company in the third season of AMC’s riveting ’80s-set drama, Kerry Bishé and Mackenzie Davis’ founder characters are set to pull off the unexpected with their extraordinary savvy. So does their know-how stack up once the cameras stop rolling? “I can’t type,” admits Davis, who, along with Bishé, fesses up to online vices, drunk dialing, and attempting to ford the river successfully.
Halt and Catch Fire is booting up season 3.0 with a brand new operating system — or, at least, a brand new operator.
EW has learned AMC’s tech-savvy series has tapped Matthew Lillard to join the cast in a major role in the upcoming third season, which shifts the series’ Texas location to Silicon Valley.
The return of Halt and Catch Fire is imminent.
Season 3 of the tech drama will premiere on Tuesday, Aug. 23, AMC announced Thursday. The cable network also released new photos of the season (below), showing Joe (Lee Pace) giving a presentation with casual confidence and seemingly about to reveal what lies under a red velvet cloth. Another photo features a banner reading “MUTINY INDEPENDENCE DAY,” teasing a big moment coming for Mutiny.
The tech drama Halt and Catch Fire will return for a 10-episode third season, AMC announced Thursday.
It’s a new day in Dallas. Gordon and Joe are working together again, Cameron and Tom are falling for each other, and … Donna’s pregnant.
As new story lines sprout, old ones mature and are harvested, and we’re left with an open field of possibility. Will Gordon’s health issue take center stage? Will Donna’s pregnancy derail her work at Mutiny? Will Joe and Sara fail as he steps back into his familiar role of workaholic swindler?
There’s a lot of satisfaction to be had in this episode. If you’ve been following Halt and Catch Fire since the beginning, or even since the start of the second season, “The Way In” is like the roar of the engine when Boz starts up the Mustang that had been sitting idle under a tarp.
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