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Fear The Walking Dead intersects with its Flight 462 webisode in its latest instalment, Ouroboros...
This review contains spoilers.
The Walking Dead was one of the shows at the forefront of the second screen experience. I think they had the first app designed for people to poke around on while watching a show. I can't remember for sure, so that might not be true, but it's definitely one of the first I used and it remains one of the more noteworthy examples of the attempt by television to integrate phones and tablets into the viewing experience. Fittingly, The Walking Dead also has a strong presence in online video, with multiple Walking Dead websiodes. However, while you've seen characters from the original series expanded upon in the webisodes (Bicycle Girl from the first season), there hasn't been any cross-over in the other direction.
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Do not read on unless you’ve seen “Chloramphenicol,” the fourth episode of the fourth season of “The Americans.”
At the end of Wednesday’s “The Americans,” the story of Soviet operative Nina Krilova (Annet Mahendru) came to a shocking end. Sentenced to death in a grim Russian prison, she was shot in the back of the head seconds after her sentence was read out. Wrapped in a burlap cloth, Nina exited the show, the victim of a series of political games that were rigged against her from the start.
In an interview with Variety, executive producers and showrunners Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields talked about why Nina’s poignant death played out the way it did. Both are spoiler-phobes, and with good reason — Nina’s death was an effectively gut-wrenching shock because it surprised both her and the audience. But Weisberg and Fields talked in depth about the thinking behind Nina’s death, »
- Maureen Ryan
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