VICAP continues to work the river murders case, but doesn't really learn much more than they already know.
What a shocker--Nancy solves a mystery. Also, we meet Tom Swift, in an episode that serves as a backdoor pilot to the possible spinoff.
A verdict, but perhaps not the final one, is rendered for the Kleinsassers. Meanwhile, time might have run out on Ronald's life as a fugitive.
This episode is all over the place, including back to where it all began with what happened to Katie Bailey. There are more clues but it's not quite adding up.
The slow-as-molasses forward motion of the river murders case is not helped by the way CBS keeps pushing this show back on the schedule. Also they're going to go after Joe Hudlin, but--you guessed it--slowly.
The titular unseen specter forces Nancy to solve a mystery, which ends in an all-too-realistic heartbreak.
The Kleinsassers bury Blake, but definitely not any hatchets. In fact, Margaret's power seems to be growing. To paraphrase the philosopher, Taylor Swift, no one likes a madwoman, but they made her like that.
More surprises this week and just about everyone's lying in Easttown, whether it's to each other or just to themselves.
With Ace and Amanda's help, Nancy solves a mystery that's both ghostly and not. At the same time, Nick and others start worrying that maybe Nancy's drifting to the dark side of Granny and Grandpa Hudson.
Jenny finds out about Blake before receiving her biggest warning yet. Meanwhile, Cassie and Lindor follow a lead on Ronald that just leads to another mystery.
Mare begins her investigation into Erin's murder, with help from a county detective. And at this point, everyone's a suspect. Also, we have double cliffhangers!
We get to know the Kleinsasser family better and it seems like Blake might be the only good one? Thank goodness nothing's going to happen to him.
HBO shows us a day in the life of Mare (and Erin) of Easttown, and one of them won't make it out alive.
Ace and Nancy help Grant when his mom's in danger, and Captain Thom finally finds out he has another son.
Big Sky returns with a new mystery and new dangers.
The show continues to shine with this episode being an excellent showcase for Maddison Jaizani and Tunji Kasim.
Clarice has the world's most awkward dinner with the Martins, which kicks off a series of events that leads to shocking revelations.
Betty and Alice have to play a murder game, Archie may testify about war crimes, Jughead is zooted on maple mushrooms, and Veronica takes a train or whatever.
Ace gets closer to finding his long-lost half-brother, George and Odette try out coexistence, and oh yeah, Nancy gets hit by a total eclipse of the heart. Or, uh, something anatomical.