Recaps for Berlin Station

What's Hot Today

Berlin Station Season 2 Episode 4 Review: Do The Right Thing

The origin of BB's beginnings as a station whisperer was explored on Berlin Station Season 2 Episode 4 , and it was a lot more personal than expected. She's a woman who feels deeply and passionately, and after a horrendous accident took away the man she loved, she threw herself into her work. What better way to remain solitary than to burst into a station, clean up a mess, make enemies in the process and blow back out of town just as quickly as you arrived?   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/10/berlin-station-season-2-episode-4-review-do-the-right-thing/

Berlin Station Season 2 Episode 2 Review: Right Here, Right Now

And just like THAT, Hector is back in the game. Despite having a massive wine cellar at his disposal, Hector claimed to be three months sober on Berlin Station Season 2 Episode 2 . I believe he was not only abstinent from alcohol but his incredibly addicting life as a thrill-seeking CIA agent. That's all in the wind now, thank GOD.   ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/10/berlin-station-season-2-episode-2-review-right-here-right-now/

Berlin Station Season 2 Episode 1 Review: Everything's Gonna Be Alt-Right

No time was wasted trying to explain to new viewers who iswho or what happened during Berlin Station Season 1, and I appreciate that. There was never a lot of emotional baggage or wasted scenes before, and Berlin Station Season 2 Episode 1 jumped right into the fray of the latest operation in Germany. An alt-right political candidate intends to win in her run for office, and she'll ensure her victory by taking on a violent partner to...swing the election? I'm not sure, but I like the possibilities.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/10/berlin-station-season-2-episode-1-review-everythings-gonna-be-al/

Berlin Station: "Station To Station" Review

With the Peak TV phenomenon showing no signs of letting up, now isn't necessarily the ideal time for Epix to dip its toes into the sea of original scripted dramas. And judging from the first episode, Berlin Station will do little to help the network stand out alongside the likes of HBO, AMC, FX, Netflix or Hulu. This series may scratch an itch for those still left craving more globetrotting espionage in the aftermath of AMC's The Night Manager, but John le Carré this isn't. The Hobbit's Richard Armitage stars in this espionage drama as CIA analyst Daniel Miller, who as the series opens is transferred from Langley to the Berlin field office. His mission - work undercover to track down a mysterious hacker who goes by the alias "Thomas Shaw" and who may be collaborating with someone on the inside to leak confidential CIA secrets. Miller's new co-workers (and potential culprits) include Chief Steven Frost (Olive Kitteridge's Richard Jenkins), Case Officer Hector DeJean (The Amazing Spider-Man's Rhys Ifans), Internal Branch Chief Valerie Edwards (The Killing's Michelle Forbes) and Deputy Chief Robert Kirsch (Leland Orser). READ MORE...

Falling Water & Berlin Station Review: Ambitious Dramas Succeed With Smarts

With the debuts of USA Network s Falling Water on October 13 and Epix s Berlin Station on October 16, the battle to be a cable contender just becamemore interesting. As I say in my video review above, both series Gale Anne Hurd and Blake Masters on the home of Mr. Robot, and the Olen Steinhauer-created and Bradford Winters-showrun spy thriller, respectively succeed admirably in planting flags for their channels, though with very different approaches. If you are ...Read More... //deadline.com/2016/10/falling-water-berlin-station-reviews-walking-dead-gale-anne-hurd-richard-armitage-video-1201835340/