Justin Kurzel adapts Peter Carey’s groundbreaking novel into a stunningly queer deconstruction of masculinity and nationalism.
Ryn learns about motherhood on land. Xander juggles his personal life and his secrets.
Ryn’s child is about to be born
William goes to AR therapy while Maeve plots a new course of action, as does Charlotte.
A neo-Western, without any West, that satirises and eviscerates the male need for revenge.
Ryn discovers a major secret
Jimmy sees the toll he’s taking on Kim, and Lalo is about to be taken out for good.
Ted’s obsession puts him in danger. Ryn and Tia experience a violent difference in opinion.
Things, as expected, get so much worse for Jimmy once he makes it out of the desert.
Serac’s past comes to light, as does more of Dolores’s plan.
Jimmy’s finally in over his head, wholly completing his transition into Saul Goodman.
Jimmy’s slippery moral slope gets even more slippery