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Into The Badlands Season 1 Episode 5

Described as a "genre-bending martial arts series", the story is loosely based on the classic Chinese tale Journey to the West. AMC ordered six one-hour-long episodes of the action-drama developed by AMC Studios for a premiere in late 2015.[45] Executive producer Stephen Fung also serves as the series' action director alongside veteran Hong Kong choreographer, Ku Huen-chiu.[46] AMC renewed the show for a 10-episode second season, which premiered on March 19, 2017.[47] On April 25, 2017, AMC renewed the series for a 16-episode third season which premiered nearly a year later on April 22, 2018.[48]

Into The Badlands Season 1 Episode 5

Pilgrim disposing of Nix in the first three minutes of the episode is rather surprising. Nix has a lot of baggage with Pilgrim over the death of Castor, and so her death so soon into the episode looks to negate that and settle in for a reminder that at the end, no one is safe, even before the main credits.

AMC has announced the premiere date for the second half of the third and final season of Into the Badlands. And because AMC loves us, the network has also released the first photos from the final episodes! So set your DVRs, because the final eight episodes will debut Sunday, March 24 at 10/9c following a new episode of some little show called The Walking Dead. The series will then slide into its regular timeslot, Mondays at 10/9c, on Monday, March 25.

Wu: Yeah, definitely. In the finale you are going to see their confrontation. It has been held back the whole season, because confronting Quinn has never been an option for him. A big bomb is going to drop in episode 6 though and force everyone to face everything. So, the storylines are going to converge and Sunny is going to confront Quinn.

I also think that from the moment in the first episode when Quinn is giving his "Will you kill in my name?" speech and he looks over and M.K. is not buying into that philosophy, he sees a moment of purity in M.K. that may have been something that was in Sunny at one point in his life before he came to the Fort. That brings up emotions in Sunny that, "Hey, I was once that guy. I was once that kid and now I'm all f----- up. Now I'm the guy with the tattoos all over his back." Everybody puts Sunny up on a pedestal for [his skill at killing], but for Sunny it is an incredible weight he has to carry.

AMC's post-apocalyptic martial arts drama Into the Badlands premiered in late 2015 with a six-episode first season. Developed by Smallville creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, Into the Badlands stars Daniel Wu as Sunny, a martial artist and a professional killer caught in a war between rival factions fighting for control of the Badlands. Into the Badlands is currently on its third season, which will begin airing its remaining eight episodes on March 24. The series finale will air on May 6.

Into the Badlands was sandwiched between The Walking Dead and Talking Dead, in the hopes that some of the former's 14 million viewers would stick around and watch Into the Badlands during the wait for the after-show. It was a good strategy, and it paid off -- at least to a certain degree. Season 1 of Into the Badlands did receive a sizable ratings bump from The Walking Dead, but its ratings sharply declined as soon as The Walking Dead went into its midseason hiatus.

The show didn't turn out to be the massive hit AMC wanted it to be, but this didn't stop the network from renewing the series for a 16-episode third season at the the beginning of season 2. With season 3 being its longest yet, it appeared that AMC still had some level of confidence in the series, despite how apparent it had become that the network's enthusiasm for the series had died down. The amount of promotional material for Into the Badlands took such a serious nosedive during seasons 2 and 3, that it's no wonder that the show wasn't able to survive.

This post-apocalyptic drama is rife with factions and kingdoms and is sort of what GoT might be like if it were centered on martial arts and set in the distant future. Catch up on seasons 1 and 2 on Netflix, and watch new season 3 episodes Sundays on AMC.

It's been almost two years since season 1 of "Westworld" wrapped up, and fans are ready to dive back into the dark sci-fi western thriller. Judging by the season 2 trailer, the robots are out for revenge against their human creators, and the stakes are at an all-time high. New episodes air Sundays on HBO. 041b061a72


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