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Season 4, Episode 9 – Halt and Catch Fire ends its run on a high note as Gordon’s death leads to new beginnings.
Season 4, Episode 8 – Zack Whedon pens a devastatingly moving portrait of loss in tonight’s Halt and Catch Fire.
Season 4, Episode 7 – Halt and Catch Fire comes out with a gut punch of an episode you won’t soon forget.
Season 4, Episode 6 – Gordon learns something unexpected about Hailey on “Halt and Catch Fire”.
Season 4, Episode 5 – A near tragedy has everyone reassessing their lives on Halt and Catch Fire. Donna continues to be skeptical about who wrote the new algorithm for Rover, and Cameron deals with the guilt of helping Bos at the expense of Joe’s business.
Season 4, Episode 4 – Cameron finds herself in a bit of a mid-life, or mid-career crisis on Halt and Catch Fire. With her relationships to Joe, Gordon, and Bos, she’s safely in the middle, a neutral observer of their competing businesses, but her restlessness leads her to do something that may jeopardize everything.
Season 4, Episode 3 – Donna and Gordon’s daughter Hailey comes up with the next big thing with an internet indexing website on Halt and Catch Fire, but it’ll pit personal relationships against financial and business concerns, as Donna’s Rover team races to beat Joe and Hailey to the punch.
Season 4, Episodes 1-2 – Halt and Catch Fire picks up three years after the contentious group meeting that resulted in Gordon, Cameron, and Joe splintering off on their own and coming together to develop one of the first web browsers. Things haven’t turned out like anyone planned, but a huge reconciliation may be in the works for season 4.
Season 3, Episodes 9-10 – The two-hour, season three finale of Halt and Catch Fire jumps four years into the future as Gordon, Donna, Cameron, and Joe have all gone their separate ways. Can Donna get the band back together to do one final project that may change the course of history, or is there too much residual hurt and anger for any of them to work together again?
Season 3, Episode 8 – An unforeseen tragedy casts a pall over Halt and Catch Fire that may scuttle Joe and Gordon’s plans. With Cameron out of Mutiny and an IPO on the horizon, can Donna pilot the company into prosperous waters, or will the whole thing begin to unravel? Halt and Catch Fire heads to its conclusion with only two more episodes left.
Can Joe rise like a Phoenix after he self-destructed MacMillan Industries on last week’s Halt and Catch Fire? Is the chasm between Cameron and Donna too far to breech? What will Gordon do now that he’s a huge stake in MacMillan Industries? Everything is in flux this week, but with only three episodes left, can Halt and Catch Fire stick its landing?
Cameron and Donna receive a buyout offer for Mutiny, Gordon’s neurological disorder seems to be getting worse, and Joe has the rug pulled out from under him on tonight’s Halt and Catch Fire.
The relationship dynamics between Cameron and Donna have changed in such a way that Mutiny and their friendship may not be able to hold on in Halt and Catch Fire, but maybe it’s for the best. They are co-owners of Mutiny and yet pull the company in opposite directions. How long can this last before it tears Mutiny apart?
We’ve always known that Cameron doesn’t play well with others on Halt and Catch Fire, but if she doesn’t change something soon, she may lose everything. The situation puts Donna in an awkward position that may ruin their partnership.
The push and pull between Joe and the Mutiny crew over Ryan continues in this week’s episode of Halt and Catch Fire, and Donna and Gordon have trouble when the boundaries between work and home blur together.
The first episode of Tonight’s two-hour premiere of Halt and Catch Fire spent most of its time building the world the characters find themselves inhabiting in California. The second episode is where things begin to take off.
The thing about Halt and Catch Fire so far is that every season has been really great. Creators Christopher Cantwell and Christopher Rogers have hit the reset button each season to pivot the show in a slightly different direction, and every time it works amazingly well.
In the midst of a crisis at Cardiff, Donna proves herself to be the most likable (and useful) person around.
Big changes come to Cardiff Electric.
The second episode of AMC drama stumbles a little.