Covert Affairs has taken its time unraveling the mystery behind the Chicago bomb attack and used it to challenge both Annie and Auggie personally and professionally. I can’t decide whether I’m glad the case has taken the slow route or not. I want to know who was behind the bombing, but the journey has been engrossing so far.
Now that the show is in its fifth season, they have a long list of characters who can be brought back and Natasha was a good choice. We last saw her in Covert Affairs Season 1 Episode 7 when Auggie left her behind. Her reappearance in his life came at the perfect time. He needs a strong woman who loves him and no that’s not Hayley.
Auggie’s avoidance of Hayley’s calls was enough to make it clear that she’s not the right woman for him. They are having fun, but there’s nothing more there. He instantly fell back in with Natasha. Whether his feelings interfered with the job or not doesn’t really matter, since the mission was a success. (Yes, it probably matters, but I’ll ignore that for now.)
This week’s Covert Affairs is capped and in the Cover Your Affairs Gallery.
Covert Affairs Fan Gallery > Show > Season 5 > 505 “Elevate Me Later”
Lynn Collins is going to guest start on Covert Affairs – read about it HERE
Covert Affairs Fan Gallery > Show > Season 5 > 504 “Silence Kit”
Any news on when UKTV are going to show season 5 of Covert Affairs on Really?
Here comes that dark cloud – the Tube Talk Q&A can exclusively reveal that Covert Affairs has been dropped by Really. A representative for the channel informed us that they don’t “have any plans to show the new series… in the near future”.
Ouch. Season five premiered on the USA network Stateside last month and fans were expecting a September launch in the UK as per previous years, but no such luck.
Piper Perabo’s spy drama has a dedicated but small following in the UK, so we doubt another channel will pick up Covert – going forward, your best bet is probably Netflix, who already host the first three seasons.
Read more: http://www.digitalspy.com/british-tv/feature/a583324/covert-affairs-sherlock-strike-back-tube-talk-qa.html#~oJEJyHexc0xdlW#ixzz376sBoSpF
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