Humanity teeters on the edge of destruction. The Master finally reveals himself, initiating the end game of a battle in which there can be only one winner. Eph, Fet, Setrakian, and Dutch ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Augustin 'Gus' Elizalde (credit only)
Justine Feraldo (credit only)
Angel Guzman Hurtado (credit only)
The Master (voice)


Humanity teeters on the edge of destruction. The Master finally reveals himself, initiating the end game of a battle in which there can be only one winner. Eph, Fet, Setrakian, and Dutch must overcome their personal differences in a last-ditch effort to vanquish the strain. Written by FX Press Release

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Drama | Horror | Thriller





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30 October 2016 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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How is this possible?
31 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

How is it possible that a show goes from good to hated so fast? Between the poor character development, bad show running choices, mediocre acting, and nonsensical plot points, the show kept getting worse and worse, to the point of frustrating the viewer with totally nonsensical twists and rushed plot development. The characters are one note at best. Perhaps the 40 day span of the setting dooms it to failure, but they could do better. Then of course they replaced a good child actor who wasn't even unlikable to one you absolutely have to hate, who really actually doesn't know how to act at all. Furthermore, they keep up the nonsensical character choices. Especially after this episode, I have no reason to keep watching the show. It is that frustratingly stupid and nonsensical. What should've been wrapped up as a series after this episode is extending to another, probably unbearable season. Greed is never compatible with art, that much is clear. After this episode, I can say that I have never hated a show more than this one. Emotionally nonsensical and mediocre storytelling. Wooden acting complete with plot decisions that take what good twists there were and undo that good, making them even worse than possibly thought.

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