Season two picks up right where season one left off, with an episode that turns on the weird intimacy of strangers figuring out how to live together.
As Heidi seeks closure, she’s forced to come to terms with her role in defining Walter’s past, present, and future.
In a downshift of a penultimate episode, characters’ interior lives and continued revelations about the past take precedence over resolution.
Heidi is broken by the awful truth about Homecoming, in a series-best episode that fuses the tension that’s been building up on both timelines.
In an episode that reveals the full nature, and endgame, of the Homecoming program, the nature of memory and its absence become the focus.
A visit from Walter’s mother to retrieve her son puts Heidi on the defensive — and further complicates her motivations.
Colin is both threatening and threatened as Heidi and Walter’s relationship undermines his vision for the Homecoming experiment.
As Walter and Heidi’s therapy sessions intensify, lines are crossed and questions mount.
An unauthorized off-campus excursion helps kick the intrigue into high gear on both timelines, and finds a clever rhyme between them in the process.
The director on “offense culture,” human beings as “predators,” Megyn Kelly, and his new movie, Bodied.
Walter’s loyalties are pulled in opposite directions as the fastidious order of the Homecoming program is disrupted.
The podcast makes the jump to TV with a new cast and director, but the same paranoid ambience and puzzle-box narrative.
The stars and directors of Free Solo on their wildly dangerous free climbs, 3,000 feet up in the air.
We talk to the director of the shocking documentary, about three brothers separated at birth — and the dark reason why they were split up.
“One of the most common reactions I would get was, ‘Please tell me there’s not a scandal. Please tell me I’m not gonna lose him, too.’”
The Jennings’ saga closes on a note of bittersweet ambiguity.
With the end finally in sight, it feels like we’re careening toward a brick wall.
Elizabeth finally confronts the truth of what she’s been doing for the Russian cause.
After a botched and very gruesome mission, how much longer can Philip continue holding on?
“Rififi” does an excellent job in pinpointing where Philip and Elizabeth are ultimately divided.