Halt and Catch Fire: Season 4

Halt and Catch Fire: Season 4

Halt and Catch Fire: Season 4

An innovative engineer finds himself confronting corporate behemoths in this drama series set in 1980s Texas, charting the changing culture in Silicon Prairie.

2017Rating: TV-14USAAMC Networks
DramaHistorical
EPISODE 4.1

So It Goes

Gordon enjoys success while Joe works to keep their web project afloat. Cameron extends a business trip. Donna launches a new venture.

EPISODE 4.2

Signal to Noise

Joe and Cameron talk on the phone. Donna promotes her assistant. Gordon's business buckles under pressure from a larger competitor.

EPISODE 4.3

Miscellaneous

Cameron promotes her game at an industry conference; Donna squares off against old rivals; Gordon struggles to support Joe's newest idea.

EPISODE 4.4

Tonya and Nancy

Cameron buys a plot of land to re-center; Joe and Gordon hire a team of websurfers to map the web; and Donna focuses her team on the mission ahead.

EPISODE 4.5

Nowhere Man

Donna struggles with suspicion; Bosworth hits a breaking point; Joe confesses to Gordon while Cameron faces past mistakes.

EPISODE 4.6

A Connection Is Made

Donna makes a play for a heavy hitter; Gordon confronts his daughter about an issue at school; Cameron finds a new fan; Joe sees a new side of Haley.

EPISODE 4.7

Who Needs a Guy

Joe and Gordon discuss Comet's future; Donna takes a vacation; a new collaborator challenges Cameron; Bos and Diane make a life-altering choice.

EPISODE 4.8

Goodwill

Cameron helps Donna pack up; Bos makes his famous chili; Joe helps Haley recover a memorable keep sake; Gordon and Donna fight.

EPISODE 4.9

Search

Donna faces a professional crossroads; Joanie takes a trip; Joe unveils Comet's new look; Cameron asks a favor from a one-time collaborator.

EPISODE 4.10

Ten of Swords

In the series finale, Donna celebrates a milestone with her closest allies; Cameron contemplates saying goodbye as Joe confronts an uncertain future.

Halt and Catch Fire: Season 4 / Reviews

Paste

Paste

It asks us to relish the experience as one might a TV series whose true art is as quiet as a close embrace, and almost as powerful.

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Salon

Salon

We can explore it on our own time, appreciating its current greatness and in doing so, perhaps even reevaluate our feelings about its clunky, whirring beginnings.

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Vulture

Vulture

Being completely ignored is exactly right for a TV show that, in so many unexpected ways, understood Gen X.

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Variety

Variety

Halt was a funny, bracing, well-paced joy to watch, even when it was ripping my heart out.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Halt managed to convey a sincere nostalgia for the optimism of the early Web. Those crappy early HTML pages, with their corny cartoons and lists of links, were doors leading to endless other doors.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

The best show that nobody watched.

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Decider

Decider

Halt and Catch Fires is one of the best shows of all time.

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Collider

Collider

It is an achingly beautiful portrayal of four people striving to make something that matters, all the while screwing up relationships and finding a way back to each other.

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IGN

IGN

It was truly a wonderful swan song for the show.

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Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

This drama has certainly grown a lot-but now, with the pieces all in place, it seems fair to say that it was also brilliant from the start.

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The New Yorker

The New Yorker

The humanity of its final season is stunning.

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