“Redoubt” The Expanse briefly slows its pace, allowing everyone to take stock of recent events and figure out what to do next. For all the excellent action sequences The Expanse regularly provides, it’s impossible to maintain such relentlessness without letting the actual story suffer, so every once in a while it’s nice for an episode…
“…But To Connect”
Star Trek: Discovery deals with not one, but two large scale morality driven debates as decisions need to be made on how best to approach Zora along with the DMA.
The Expanse pays homage to the past while still looking forwards, as the action and tension both continue to mount.
Star Trek: Discovery traps the ship in an increasingly dangerous situation as different characters explore questions around family and identity.
“So This Is Christmas?”
Hawkeye completes its first -and possibly only- season with revelations, betrayals and answering whether Clint makes it home for Christmas.
The Expanse is back into the swing of things, its disparate ensemble continuing to drive the narrative as everyone takes a few steps further towards the culmination of their various stories.
Star Trek: Discovery returns to the DMA plot with further study into the threat amidst an evacuation effort.
“Armageddon Part 5”
The Flash concludes the “Armageddon” event with a moral dilemma, a visitor from the future and an addition to Barry’s costume.
Hawkeye picks up the pieces from the recent confrontation as various characters realise that the situation is more complicated than they thought.
The Expanse begins its final season in a measured manner, bringing us up to date with the state of the war against Marco Inaros and his Free Navy, and demonstrating the toll the conflict is taking on all those involved.