With its inaugural season complete, The Bridge now finds itself in pretty much the same place it started: as a show with a tremendous amount of unfulfilled potential. The setting can still provide plenty of rich stories and the cast is top-notch while the more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Crazy Place," the first season finale of FX's "The Bridge," which mainly functions as a prologue for the cop drama's eventual second season. Read More...
FX's Tex-Mex police drama finished its first season quietly and uneventfully, leaving us with nothing to talk about. Read More...
With David Tate in custody, Sonya shifted her focus to finding Eva and the missing girls of Juarez in " The Crazy Place ."
The season finale felt less like a conclusion to the first season and more like a transitional hour to set up the mys more
Finales are all about closure. We have some long-term story arcs that need to be resolved, and there is usually some sort of cliffhanger involved when you have a confident drama. Instead of searching my tidiness and clarity in tonight’s season final more
While much of The Bridge’s first season focused on the actions of a serial killer we now know the identity of, this series has always cast a narrative net that extends beyond one twisted man’s murderous actions. In this week’s episode &m more
With David Tate behind bars and Gus dead, the partnership between Sonya and Marco was over.
Marco grieved by drinking too much, sleeping in Gus' bed and pushing Sonya away. He had nothing left and no one to support him since Alma left with more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "All About Eva," the September 25 episode of FX's "The Bridge," and says that with the Tate story wrapped, the series gets back to its strengths. Read More....