The Outsider (2020– )
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The group finds itself in a climactic showdown in their last-ditch, desperate attempt to root out El Cuco.

Director:

Andrew Bernstein

Writers:

Richard Price (teleplay by), Stephen King (based on the novel by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ben Mendelsohn ... Ralph Anderson
Cynthia Erivo ... Holly Gibney
Bill Camp ... Howard Salomon
Jeremy Bobb ... Alec Pelley
Marc Menchaca ... Jack Hoskins
Julianne Nicholson ... Glory Maitland
Mare Winningham ... Jeannie Anderson
Paddy Considine ... Claude Bolton
Yul Vazquez ... Yunis Sablo
Jason Bateman ... Terry Maitland
Derek Cecil ... Andy Katcavage
Max Beesley ... Seale Bolton
Michael Esper ... Kenneth Hayes
Joshua Whichard ... Ollie Peterson
Scarlett Blum ... Jessa Maitland
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Storyline

Ralph and his grove engage in a desperate battle for survival against Jack, who is protecting El Cuco. When the smoke clears, Ralph and Holly go to confront the Outsider, who is as curious about them as they are about it. In the aftermath, Hayes considers whether to exonerate Terry, while Ralph has second thoughts about the afterlife. Written by Gislef

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Series developer Richard Price appears as Holly's interrogator. See more »

Quotes

Holly Gibney: He's feeding.
Ralph Anderson: Breadcrumbs from Hell.
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Get Out and Get It
Written by Devon Gilfillian, Jamie Lidell
Performed by Devon Gilfillian
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Anticlimactic ending, what a waste
9 March 2020 | by karimnomatchSee all my reviews

I have watched this show since episode 1 and I got hooked eversince. I waited eagerly for each new episode, and the show maintained a good pace and an interesting plot till the ninth episode, which was a great cliffhanger. I really wanted the finale to be good, I truly did. However, it was not. I am not gonna spoil anything, but the whole show was destroyed due to this anticlimactic run-of-the-mill ending. I believe that the reason behind this ending is purely for profits sake. HBO saw that the ratings for this show were much higher than excpected and decided to make a second season instead of wrapping up the whole story in one single season like they originally planned. That's why I believe that the post-credits scene (which was a cheap Hollywood-inspired this-is-not-over-yet kinda of ending) was shot at a later date than the rest of the show.

Damn you HBO, you could have given the world another Chernobyl, but instead you gave us another GOT.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 March 2020 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.00 : 1
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