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Synopsis:- After months of build up Damon Lindelofs show Watchmen has finally arrived and its almost definitely not what people expected when it was first announced years ago.

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Writer:- Damon Lindelof, Damon Lindelof

Cast:- Regina King, Don Johnson, Tim Blake Nelson

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Synopsis:- Toward the back half of this weeks episode, Watchmen finally offers a glimpse of its show-within-a-show, American Hero Story: Minutemen, which doubles as a backdoor adaptation of the graphic novel that creator Damon Lindelof is writing around as he has put it.

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Writer:- Damon Lindelof, Damon Lindelof

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Synopsis:- The third episode of Watchmen begins not with an uncomfortable historical reenactment, but an amusingly realistic depiction of what would actually happen to a character like Batman, if he inhabited our world. Turns out, guns are the best superpower, a great deal more effective than gadgets and clunky costumes.

Director:- Stephen Williams

Writer:- Damon Lindelof, Lila Byock

Cast:- Regina King, Jean Smart, Tim Blake Nelson

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Synopsis:- Theres all over the place, and then there’s Watchmen’s fourth episode, If You Dont Like My Story, Write Your Own, which is all over the place. Thats probably a compliment coming from me (Vox critic at large Emily VanDerWerff), but the first time I watched this episode, I definitely wondered if the show had any idea where it was going, especially after the relatively contained and controlled narrative of episode three.

Director:- Andrij Parekh

Writer:- Damon Lindelof, Christal Henry

Cast:- Regina King, Jean Smart, Tim Blake Nelson

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Synopsis:- Every episode of “Watchmen” dances along the precipice of catastrophic failure, like a circus performer who has waved away the safety net, despite the abundant junctures where he could go splat.

Director:- Stephen Williams

Writer:- Damon Lindelof, Cord Jefferson

Cast:- Regina King, Jean Smart, Don Johnson

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Synopsis:- An Almost Religious Awe begins with an enjoyable glimpse into alternate history, as Vietnam, the 51st state of the U.S.A., is celebrating its own subjugation by a superhuman. It’s a wonderful scene filled with disturbing details, Manhattan’s face plastered on every piece of merchandise, the invasion retconned as a liberation.

Director:- Stephen Williams

Writer:- Damon Lindelof, Cord Jefferson

Cast:- Regina King, Jean Smart, Don Johnson

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Synopsis:- Angela Abar (Regina King) offers these ominous words shortly before hitting her husband, Cal (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II), in the head with a hammer, cracking open his skull and revealing his true, blue form: Doctor Manhattan, the atomic demigod from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' original Watchmen text. As it turns out, the erstwhile Jon Osterman has not spent the past 30 years on Mars, as Damon Lindelof's version of events would have viewers believe. Instead, Doctor Manhattan lives in Tulsa, taking on the human likeness of Cal Abar.

Director:- David Semel

Writer:- Stacy Osei-Kuffour, Claire Kiechel

Cast:- Regina King, Jean Smart, Hong Chau

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Synopsis:- A complicated love story that spans many years, told in a disjointed fashion that requires viewers to pay close attention, with several moments that ask whether we can ever really know someone we love? Yes please! Can we possibly have seconds?

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Writer:- Jeff Jensen, Damon Lindelof

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Synopsis:- In "A God Walks Into Abar," Yahya Abdul-Mateen II stands revealed as Doctor Manhattan, coming down from his virtually heavenly perch to fall in love with Regina King's Angela Abar.

Director:- Frederick E.O. Toye

Writer:- Nick Cuse, Damon Lindelof

Cast:- Regina King, Jean Smart, Tim Blake Nelson

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