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A Look at the Season Finale of “The Mist”!

Guy Ferland directs the season finale of Spike TV’s “The Mist”, which airs on Thursday, August 24, 2017.

In Episode 10, ‘The Tenth Meal’, “Tensions at the mall finally come to head and the group makes a discovery which could provide answers about the origins of the mist.

Bloody Disgusting recently learned that Netflix will begin streaming the entire 10-episode first season the next day, August 25thWe loved the pilot, explaining that it “weaves a web of drama and paranoia.”

Based on a story by Stephen King, the story centers around a small town family that is torn apart by a brutal crime. As they deal with the fallout an eerie mist rolls in, suddenly cutting them off from the rest of the world, and in some cases, each other. Family, friend, and adversaries become strange bedfellows, battling the mysterious mist and its threats, fighting to maintain morality and sanity as the rules of society break down.

Morgan Spector, Frances Conroy, Alyssa Sutherland, Gus Birney, Dan Butler, Luke Cosgrove, Danica Curcic, Okezie Morro, Darren Pettie, Russell Posner, and Isiah Whitlock, Jr. star.

Tensions at the mall come to a head when Gus Bradley (l- Isiah Washington Jr) and remaining survivors oust Eve (c-Alyssa Sutherland) and Alex (r-Gus Birney) into the unknowns of the mist in the season finale (Episode 10) of Spike’s THE MIST, from a story by Stephen King, on Thursday, August 24 at 10 PM, ET/PT.

Kevin (r-Morgan Spector) finally makes it to the mall just as the remaining mall survivors are ousting his wife Eve (l – Alyssa Sutherland) and daughter Alex (c – Gus Birney) in the season finale (Episode 10) of Spike’s THE MIST, from a story by Stephen King, which premieres on Thursday, August 24 at 10 pm, ET/PT.

The mall survivors come under the influence of Nathalie Raven (c- Frances Conroy) and Police Chief Connor Heisel in what is driving the mist in the season finale (Episode 10) of Spike’s THE MIST, from a story by Stephen King, which premieres on Thursday, August 24 at 10 pm, ET/PT.

Tensions at the mall come to a head with the remaining survivors ousting Eve (l-Alyssa Sutherland) and Alex (r-Gus Birney) into the unknowns of the mist in the season finale (Episode 10) of Spike’s THE MIST, from a story by Stephen King, on Thursday, August 24 at 10 PM, ET/PT.



  • J Jett

    I’ve tried to give this show every benefit of the doubt and I’d hoped it would find it’s footing and get better but it’s just completely terrible. there was 1 episode (#7) that was pretty good but every other ep was a chore to get through. i’ll finish up this final season 1 ep but then I’m done (unless they make DRASTIC changes with it).

    • Frank Gambino

      I agree 100%. I sat thru 4 excruciating episodes before I called game. Terrible show. Absolutely terrible.

    • Simon Allen

      BOO HISSSSS !!!!! LMAO. xxxx

  • Khy

    I absolutely enjoyed every minute of this show. Sadly it seems like I’m one of a few. But its super addicting.

    If you want a fun show to kill a few hours with, then it’s a definite worthy binge on Netflix.

    • Frank Gambino

      Try Mr Mercedes

    • disqus_uPh3WDxbQy

      I also love the show. I don’t care how many naysayers there are. It has been building, with some cool payoffs, and not we’re about to have everything hit the fan.

    • Simon Allen

      I’m with you Khy ….it’s goes by real easy and quick.
      I think the hate is coming from people that can’t separate it from the original or the source material.

      • Khy

        I also don’t get how people can call it boring. Always something happening and I love the tight pacing. Its good TV in a nutshell.

  • Jay Bennett

    Loved the movie and book, should I give the show a try or does it drag on too much? The film worked since it was so short, not sure how theyd flesh it out over x many episodes

    • Frank Gambino

      Nooooo. It’s boring as fuck.

    • Tetra-Gramaton-Cleric

      The novella is great and the film is as good or better but the show is abysmal. Easily one of the worst pilot episodes I’ve ever seen. One episode and I was done.

  • Jack Thompson

    This show is kinda dumb, but I actually enjoy it.

    • Simon Allen

      Me too ….it’s an easy watch right?

  • Frank Gambino

    This show sucks balls. So fucking boring.

  • Lushen72

    I sadly have to agree that this show stinks. Apart from a handful of scenes (not episodes folks but scenes) this has been a bigger let down than Under the Dome. It’s so boring and just plain stupid. Nothing makes any sense( I know but it’s still stupid!) and damn near every character is just plain stupid as all get out. I’ll continue watching because I am a completionist no matter how much it hurts. But this is a huge let down.

    • Ecaille13

      This show has a few pearls but there are too much empty shells (yes, I feel like a critic). This show needed that there was a filter for all the bad scenes, so the plot would have been faster and better.

  • TrackRecord162

    This show is weak on everything.

  • Just Saying

    The dumbest show ever. Loved the movie but this is garbage. Has nothing to do with the movie. Please cancel it. So I won’t have to watch another season.

  • LoremIpsum

    I was incredibly frustrated by The Mist. It’s a properly scary story and deserves a series where we can really delve into the themes of the original story, like “nine meals from anarchy” and group think and spiritual seduction and how quickly the veneer of civilization is washed away by fear.

    I wish the showrunners had been more intimidated by the surprisingly great 2007 film than it feels they were. Some game-lifting was needed. Instead, they failed to make it worth the audience’s while to revisit a story that’s already been told extremely well.

    For a start, with the exception of Frances Conway’s innocent cockeyed face and hypnotic voice, and Darren Pettie’s slow burn from authoritarian cop to befuddled disciple, the characters were one-note and the acting pretty uninspired. Not bad, but uninspired. I really like Morgan Spector as an actor, but his personality was so thinly drawn and his character development so predictable. Similarly, the two perps obviously had the goods, but the script didn’t give them much to play with.

    It was a script problem. People didn’t speak naturally. The humour was lame. And it didn’t always make sense. The mist monsters were supposed to prey on the psyches of each individual, but it was frustratingly haphazard — some people got killed by perfectly tailored, personality-specific psycho dramas, while others just got cockroaches in their ears. The brother character describes his first mist experience with the ghosts of bully-victims past, but his eventual on-screen death turns out to be carried out by a bunch of leeches.

    I hope they get another season though. Just because that would take us away from the original story and it might force the creators to, finally, life their game. I feel all the ingredients are there, it’s just that most of them are still sitting in the cupboard and we’re already eaten.

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