The best television of the year had everything: fighting, torture, revenge, monsters, chases, escapes, true love, miracles, and a helping of political subversion.
Once a middling Mad Men clone, Halt and Catch Fire showed how much character still matters in the era of Peak TV.
David counts down his top television series of 2016: spies and criminals, dragons and monsters, and one depressed horse.
Thankfully, Halt and Catch Fire doesn’t have to go out on this beautiful high note.
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With a Season 3 Silicon Valley reboot, Halt and Catch Fire is better than ever.
PEAK TV! PEAK TV!
If the tech drama is finished, it went out on a high note.
A smart refocus and a heavy dose of girl power has saved the once floundering tech drama.
A second season readjustment has AMC’s tech drama showing signs of life.