Tag Archives: The Path Reviews

THE PATH Review: “Mercy”

the-path-trailer-headerSeason 2, Episode 13 – The Path’s season finale disappoints, as the main characters are back in essentially the same places they were at the beginning of the season. Although the show was renewed today, there doesn’t seem to be enough story left for another season.

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THE PATH Review: “Spiritus Mundi”

the-path-trailer-headerSeason 2, Episode 12 – The penultimate episode of The Path has some shocking twists, setting up an explosive (literally) finale. However, despite the drama, Sarah and Hawk’s characterization continues to frustrate.

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THE PATH Review: “Defiance”

the-path-trailer-headerSeason 2, Episode 11 – This week’s episode is rather slow, but it ends with a dramatic reveal. Although this episode wasn’t the most eventful, it does a solid job of moving the various storylines forward, setting the stage for a dramatic final two episodes.

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THE PATH Review: “Restitution”

the-path-trailer-headerSeason 2, Episode 10 – Eddie and Sarah try to reverse past sins this episode, as Sarah harbors guilt over the poisoned water situation and Eddie’s plan to abolish the denier policy goes awry. Meanwhile, Hawk and Ashley, the best couple this show has, reunite.

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THE PATH Review: “Oz”

the-path-trailer-headerSeason 2, Episode 9 – This week’s episode sets up the endgame of the season, as Eddie formally begins his journey towards taking over the movement while Abe uncovers the fact that Sarah blackmailed members into donating.

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THE PATH Review: “Return”

the-path-trailer-headerSeason 2, Episode 8 – Sarah’s character takes a dark turn as she’s forced to compromise her morals to get money for the movement, while Cal questions his faith and Eddie reassesses his on an intense episode of The Path.

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THE PATH Review: “Providence”

the-path-trailer-headerSeason 2, Episode 7 – This week’s episode is a bit heavy-handed, as the show struggles to introduce more dramatic subplots. Kodiak and Richard team up to track down Eddie and get answers about Steve’s final moments, while Sarah and Cal look for solutions to save the compound from foreclosure.

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THE PATH Review: “For Our Safety”

the-path-trailer-headerSeason 2, Episode 6 – A slow-moving episode of The Path is bogged down by too much focus on Eddie’s romantic relationship with Chloe and Hawk’s irritating journey towards self-righteous activism.

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THE PATH Review: “Why We Source”

the-path-trailer-headerSeason 2, Episode 5 – The pacing picks up on an exciting episode of The Path. Hawk is sent to jail after Sarah angers Libby by moving forward with the water testing, while Cal’s paranoia over the news of an FBI informant causes him to make a crucial mistake.

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THE PATH Review: “The Red Wall”

the-path-trailer-headerSeason 2, Episode 4 – Sarah and Cal learn that the FBI is investigating the movement, which means Abe’s days are probably numbered. After waking up in the hospital, Eddie takes control of his life and admits to himself that he was in a cult.

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THE PATH Review: “The Father and the Son”

the-path-trailer-headerSeason 2, Episode 3 – The main conflicts of the season are further solidified on a slower-paced episode of The Path. Leaving the movement may have put Eddie in danger, Sarah takes steps to help the citizens of Clarksville, and the older Meyerists investigate Steve’s death and last wishes.

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THE PATH Review: “Liminal Twilight” / “Dead Moon”

the-path-trailer-headerSeason 2, Episode 1-2 – The Path returns for its second season with a two-part premiere. Eddie has left the movement and Sarah is now in charge, but how long will she be able to keep Cal’s secrets for him?

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THE PATH Review: “The Miracle”

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The Path concludes its impressive first season today, but those seeking a firm resolution, be warned. We’re left searching for answers, trying to decipher what is real, exactly like our main characters.

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THE PATH Review: “A Room of One’s Own”

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In its penultimate outing, The Path delivers an intense, emotional episode as families are ripped apart and hearts are broken.

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THE PATH Review: “The Shore”

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After the drama of last week’s episode, The Path returns to what it does best—a contemplative character study of people in transition.

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THE PATH Review: “Refugees”

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The Path has its most dramatic episode yet, culminating with a shocking, violent ending.

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THE PATH Review: “Breaking and Entering”

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This week’s episode dealt with faith, belief, and belonging. Eddie wrestled with his conscience, Hawk struggled to determine what is real, Abe might be moving closer to the light, and Sarah remained as devoted as ever.

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THE PATH Review: “The Hole”

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This week’s episode of The Path was dominated by Michelle Monaghan. Her depiction of Sarah’s terrifyingly intense conviction in Meyerism is both fascinating and a bit scary to watch. Overall, it was a strong outing for the show.

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THE PATH Review: “The Future”

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While this episode is a bit slower than the others, we learn more about Meyerism as the movement celebrates its big holiday, Ascension Day.

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THE PATH Review: “Homecoming”

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In this week’s episode, we see the disastrous effects of Eddie’s lie about Miranda Frank, Cal begins laying the groundwork for his takeover of the movement, and Sarah shows her crazy side.

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THE PATH Review: “What The Fire Throws” / “The Era Of The Ladder”

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The Path, Hulu’s latest original drama, is the streaming service’s bid to win an Emmy, starring critical darlings Michelle Monaghan, Aaron Paul, and Hugh Dancy, and it seems like they might have a real shot at it.

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