The Affair (2014– )
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Episode #2.1 

As Noah and Helen start divorce proceedings, Helen tries to move on with a new man.

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Jeffrey Reiner

Writers:

Sarah Treem (created by), Hagai Levi (created by) | 4 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dominic West ... Noah Solloway
Ruth Wilson ... Alison Bailey
Maura Tierney ... Helen Solloway
Joshua Jackson ... Cole Lockhart (credit only)
Josh Stamberg ... Max Cadman
Julia Goldani Telles ... Whitney Solloway
Jake Siciliano ... Martin Solloway
Jadon Sand ... Trevor Solloway
Leya Catlett Leya Catlett ... Stacey Solloway
Kathleen Chalfant ... Margaret Butler
Victor Williams ... Detective Jeffries
Richard Schiff ... Jon Gottlief
Jeremy Shamos ... Jeremy Kramos
Stephen Kunken ... Harry
Tricia Paoluccio ... Anna
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As Noah and Helen start divorce proceedings, Helen tries to move on with a new man.

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Drama

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4 October 2015 (USA) See more »

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Delicate
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Performed by Damien Rice
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More mystery .. same style as the first season .. and i believe a new story from another perspective..
25 September 2015 | by Aktham_TashtushSee all my reviews

So the Affair is back after winning a two Golden Globes few months ago one of which for being Best Television Drama Series .. and honestly it kinda was one of the best dramas last year.. Now the the story is back .. same style, separating the two stories in two parts of Noah aaaand Not just Alison this time it is Helen's and Cole's turn too :D .. so the story is getting more complicated than it already is.

Still don't know who's the man that been killed supposedly by Noah .. and that implies a new story in a new town. The scenes still flips between the now "with the detective " and the past which where the plot lies.

To be quite honest .. i still fast-forward on some unnecessary scenes .. i mean for god's sake it's an over hour show and it is not Game of Thrones !!! :P

But anyway .. the mysteriousness and vague moments still there . and i think that what make the series more and more appealing ,, and as we've used to see in season one ,, the story as a whole will unravel itself bit by bit as the episodes roll..

So overall,, i hope the show this time keep on making us wanting to know more and get rid of these little static moments.


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