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THE AFFAIR Season 4: Watch the Opening Episode Now!

June 17, 2018 by  
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THE AFFAIR season 4 bows on Sunday, June 17 on Showtime, but fans don’t have to wait until then…the full premiere is (legally) online!

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THE AFFAIR: Sarah Treem, Joshua Jackson, and Maura Tierney Preview Season 2’s Perspective Shifts

August 17, 2015 by  
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Credit: Eric Charbonneau/AP Invision for SHOWTIME

Credit: Eric Charbonneau/AP Invision for SHOWTIME

THE AFFAIR is shaking things up in its second season.

With the first year telling the story of Noah and Alison’s affair from their perspectives, the sophomore season will showcase the fallout of the Noah/Helen and Alison/Cole marriage by showing all four of their stories.

And with that change comes a slight format shift. The first season of THE AFFAIR showed both POVs regularly, but with four perspectives to juggle, the show will shift who it showcases week-by-week.

“For the most part, it’s still going to be two perspectives,” THE AFFAIR co-creator Sarah Treem told reporters at the recent TCA panel. “The question is whose two perspectives. So the show takes off in what I think is sort of an interesting prismatic approach to storytelling where you’ll see sort of pieces of the story from all four POVs, and then you’ll start to understand as the show keeps going basically how those four POVs are sort of funneling together, which they do do by the end.”

The change in formatting has also allowed for its actors to dive deeper into their roles.

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THE AFFAIR: Joshua Jackson on the Show’s Unique Format

October 19, 2014 by  
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Showtime’s new series, THE AFFAIR, is unlike anything on television: yes, the show follows the unfolding of an affair — told via flashbacks while its two participants, Noah and Alison, are questioned individually about what led to someone’s death — but what viewers see is directly relating to how the two characters remember what went down. The slight (and occasionally, major) differences help make the drama a show you can’t look away from.

But Alison and Noah aren’t the only two characters whose story we’re seeing in THE AFFAIR: viewers are also introduced to their spouses, Cole and Helen, who we only know from what other characters observe.

I spoke with THE AFFAIR star Joshua Jackson (Cole) about the show’s unique format, playing a character who exists (as of now) solely in other people’s perspective, and more…

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Showtime Picks Up THE AFFAIR and HAPPYISH to Series

January 16, 2014 by  
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Showtime has added a new comedy (HAPPYISH) and a new drama (THE AFFIAR) to their lineup of original series, the network announced during their exec session at Press Tour.

Take a look at what Showtime has to say about the new shows…

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FRINGE: Joshua Jackson Teases ‘Liberty’ and ‘An Enemy of Fate’

January 18, 2013 by  
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We’re just hours away from the FRINGE series finale, and while we have a good idea of what Walter’s arc could be in the final hours (and the trailers have teased what is in store for Olivia), Peter’s journey — outside of the general group plan — is a bit more of a mystery.

Luckily, FRINGE star Joshua Jackson (Peter) participated in a conference call with reporters earlier this morning, so I was able to ask him what he could tease about Peter’s arc in the final two episodes of the series.

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The FRINGE Cast Talks About What They Learned

January 18, 2013 by  
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It’s a little surreal, but FRINGE comes to an end tonight.

FRINGE stars John Noble (Walter), Anna Torv (Olivia), Joshua Jackson (Peter), and Jasika Nicole (Astrid) have been the constant presences on the show, so when I spoke with the actors at the 100th episode/series finale, I was curious what lessons they had learned from playing those characters.

Take a look at their answers…

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FRINGE: The Cast Talks About their Reaction to Reading ‘End of the Series’ in the Finale Script. Plus, J.H. Wyman on Reaching the End

January 17, 2013 by  
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The people behind FRINGE got a rare television gift — they got to go into the final season knowing it was the end.

And while all year was leading up this being it, being aware the end was coming and actually seeing the words “end of series” on a script are two entirely different matters.

I spoke with FRINGE stars John Noble (Walter), Joshua Jackson (Peter), Jasika Nicole (Astrid), and Lance Reddick (Broyles) about reading those series-ending words, plus showrunner J.H. Wyman about reaching the end…

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The FRINGE Cast Talks About the Show’s Cultural Impact

January 14, 2013 by  
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How about some more FRINGE goodies to finish up your Monday?

When I was up in Vancouver late last year for the 100th episode/series finale press event, I spoke with FRINGE stars Joshua Jackson (Peter), Anna Torv (Olivia), John Noble (Walter), Jasika Nicole (Astrid), and Blair Brown (Nina) about when they felt the real impact of the show’s cultural presence.

Take a look at their answers!

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FRINGE: Joshua Jackson Teases What’s to Come

December 4, 2012 by  
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One of the most alarming problems (as of now) as we lead into FRINGE’s final six episodes is Peter and his rapidly deteriorating humanity. (This is why we should not be playing with Observer tech. So, you know, if you find yourself in that position in the future…)

When I was up in Vancouver for the Fox show’s 100th episode/finale event, I spoke with FRINGE star Joshua Jackson (Peter) about finally getting to indulge in his Observer-y side, and where that might take him for the end of the series…

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