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The Affair, Ep. 2.11-12, “211” and “212”

Alison’s steps towards independence from Noah draw her back to Montauk and Cole, while Noah himself feels the sting of being cheated on and lied to in an entertaining finish to the season.

The Affair, Ep. 2.05-06, “205” and “206”

As Cole and Helen begin moving on with their lives, Noah and Alison’s relationship begins to show cracks, causing Alison to retreat towards familiarity while Noah finally comes up with an ending for his book in a compelling pair of episodes.

The Affair, Ep. 2.03-04, “203” and “204”

As Noah tries to reconcile Helen’s demands with his budding relationship with Alison, how the Solloway children are coping with the divorce and the behaviour of their parents takes centre stage in a strong pair of episodes.

Ruth Wilson as Alison and Joshua Jackson as Cole in The Affair (season 2, episode 2). - Photo: Mark Schafer/SHOWTIME - Photo ID: TheAffair_202_4267

The Affair, Ep. 2.02, “202”

Having examined how Noah and Helen are coping in the second season premiere, the show’s focus turns to Alison and Cole this week, in a compelling continuation that brings up some interesting ideas.

Dominic West and Maura Tierney

The Affair, Ep. 2.01, “201”

The focus of the show shifts from Alison to Helen in the second season premiere, as the effects of Noah and Helen’s divorce on the formerly married couple, as well as their children, takes centre stage in a strong return for the series.

Penny Dreadful, Ep. 2.07, “Little Scorpion”

Evelyn Poole and her coven of witches have been fighting hard to deliver Vanessa to Satan, and “Little Scorpion” highlights one of the reason’s the devil wants Vanessa’s soul so badly: it’s steeped in darkness.

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