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Yellowjackets Season 1 - Episode 5 NEW!

The latest episode of Showtime's Yellowjackets was beyond bonkers, with moments that had you in your head go, "what in the hell?", but you laugh at the same time? Yeah, it was like that. As usual, if you have yet to watch or still need to do some catching-up, be warned that there will be some major spoilers present moving forward (so don't blame us).

Yellowjackets Season 1 - Episode 5


This episode revealed a lot to us about what we may have suspected in the preview, from what Shauna witnessed in the club with Adam to what exactly went down in that attic séance. First, big props to the actress, Sophie Thatcher, who plays teen Natalie, for her ability to commit to Juliette Lewis' speech patterns and cadence in such an authentic way in her lines. Outside of teen Natalie's voice, the interaction between her and Travis out in those woods was fantastic and nicely develops at a good pace that wasn't throwing two characters into something right away. Speaking of Travis, we got to see more of the search into his autopsy report and photos (which made my heart hurt for Natalie having to witness those). What makes everything even more tragic is how Yellowjackets continues to increase the amount of care I have for Travis' character all while remembering his inevitable fate.

Lottie's French-speaking abilities got very interesting real quick with some light possession asking for blood while Ben got sick from Misty's ass-tasting tea (a Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy study could be done on this one character, no lies). Besides the projectile vomiting, other insane yet great scary things in this episode included Taissa's vision of a dude who looked like an eyeless Tommy Wiseau, her creepy kid with his red paint and tree lady friend, Misty's sketchy gift, and of course Lottie going Regan without the pea soup vomit on her teammates.

The text also works as a way to gather the women for the first time this season. Natalie contacts Taissa and Shaun after receiving it to show them the photos while Misty watches and listens in from afar via her spycam.

God there was SO much in this episode. I loved it through and through. I know some people have complained about the slow pace, but I thought there was a lot going on in this episode and it makes me really excited to have a resolution/s at the end of the season.

Yellowjackets season 1 begins a story split across 25 years. In 1996, following a plane crash the Yellowjackets football team are stranded in the wilderness and season 1 follows their struggle to survive up to the first snowfall. Meanwhile, in 2021, a group of the survivors are shown as adults who are working to keep the secrets from their 19 months in the wilderness hidden from public view. As well as exploring a female-led narrative, Yellowjackets also provides some important LGBTQ+ representation.

It's definitely happening, having been confirmed in December 2021 just halfway through the first season's run. The studio is yet to announce the cast, but season 2's story is likely to pick up where the season 1 finale left off, tracking Lottie's weird cult and helping the audience understand the rituals from the first episode of the show.

It's fitting that the release details around season 2 are as mysterious as the show, but a release late this year is likely given TV series' tendency to release a season annually. Whatever happens, there are enough clues and layers to unpack from season 1 in the meantime.

The episode kicks off on a childhood memory of King George asking young Elizabeth to help him practice for his own coronation 17 years earlier, with Jared Harris skillfully milking the scene's sweetness for all it's worth. We then cut to Elizabeth practicing in front of her own kids, as she tries on the crown, which clocks in at 5 pounds, though symbolically its weight is immeasurable. It's a nice moment that once again underscores the bond she'd had with her father.

When things pick up in episode 5, the family has settled into what narrator Elsa Dutton (Isabel May) calls a "melancholy routine." Cara (Helen Mirren) spends her days dressing Jacob's (Harrison Ford) wounds and making futile trips to the post office in hopes of hearing from Spencer. Widow Emma (Marley Shelton) tends to the grave of her husband, John Dutton Sr. (James Badge Dale), shot and killed during the Banner attack, while their son Jack (Darren Mann) neglects his bride-to-be Elizabeth (Michelle Randolph) in favor of patrolling the ranch and plotting his revenge.

On the plus, both Jack and his attention-starved fiance seem to have fully recovered from their bullet injuries. Sadly, the former's soon inflicted with a fresh, emotional wound, as just minutes into the episode his distraught, grieving mother takes her own life.

Titled Blood Hive, S1 E5 introduced several new aspects of the show, the biggest being a turn towards the supernatural. The show had teased this for some time, but had no concrete evidence was provided before this episode.

The previous episode, Bear Down, showed how they started bonding and revealed how they kept each other off drugs. This episode showed their friendship blooming into romance; in fact, this romance is not limited to their time stuck in the jungle. It continues after this, as evident from a flashback that is shown from Nat's perspective.

This episode sees a major revelation. When all the girls get their periods (the cycles sync after being in close contact for a long time), Shauna is the only one who doesn't. She fakes it in front of Jackie so that no one suspects her. But Taissa (Jasmin Savoy Brown) figures it out, and on questioning, Shauna confirms it.

In the previous episode of Yellowjackets, Taissa started getting visual hallucinations about their time in the jungle, seeing visions from their time as survivors overlapping with her present day scenarios. She is also frequently visited by a figure of "a man with no eyes."

Okay, not that big of a gasp. It was clear Satch was in on this corruption since episode 1. But just how much does he know? And what, exactly, is Stan involved in? Is he the Nightingale?! Why did he originally have Frank killed? Should Frank or Raimy be fearful now? So many questions. Feel free to put your ideas below or tell me on Twitter @realdalener.

Yellowjackets is back with the first episode of season 2 already available. After a terrific first season, the Showtime original series is returning again with more survival horror drama to enjoy. For more information on the latest episodes, you can sneak a peek at our Yellowjackets Season 2 review.

If you're wondering how to watch upcoming Yellowjackets episodes, or even season 1 for that matter, it's slightly more complicated than it needs to be. Take a look at the information for all of the streaming details.

There are two different release dates for Yellowjackets season 2 episode 2. The second episode will be available to stream via the Showtime App and the Paramount+ Showtime bundle starting on Friday, March 31. However, it won't arrive on the Showtime cable channel until Sunday, April 2 at 6 p.m. PT / 9 p.m. ET.

If you're looking to stream the first episode of Yellowjackets season 2 online, you will need to have some form of a Showtime subscription. If you already have a cable subscription with Showtime included, you can just sign into Showtime via the app or online. If you don't currently have Showtime as a streaming option, you can add it on via a Paramount+ bundle or via Prime Video subscriptions.

Yellowjackets season 2 will have 8 total episodes that will arrive on a weekly cadence. You can likely expect new episodes of Yellowjackets every Friday. Here's the tentative episode release schedule:

Unfortunately, season 1 of Yellowjackets falls into the same category as season 2. You can either stream episodes with a Showtime free trial or bundle or you can purchase season 1 via Amazon Prime Video for $24.99. You can also catch up on the Yellowjackets story so far with our guide if you just need a refresher.

The first season of HBO's hit show The Last of Us has come to an end. After such a shocking and heart-wrenching conclusion, fans have been left anxious to see what will become of Joel and Ellie in season 2. Since the show's source material continues far beyond where the first season concludes, there is still so much to look forward to, and so many possibilities for the second.

Note: This article features spoilers for the second season of The Last of Us.Plot rumorsSeason 1 of the show adapted events from both the first game and the Left Behind DLC, so it's likely that season 2 will follow the story from The Last of Us Part II. Taking place four years after the original, this sequel follows Joel and Ellie after the latter learns that Joel stopped the Fireflies from killing her and making a cure for the Cordyceps pandemic. Here's everything that audiences could see in terms of the story.Season 2 is just the half of it

Showtime has released the first episode of Yellowjackets on YouTube, where the age-restricted video is available to signed-in users ages 18 and above. Watch it here: Yellowjackets Series Premiere Free Full Episode (TVMA)

Ultimately, her background provides insight into her seemingly inexplicable commitment to Nate (Jacob Elordi). Most essentially, the opening sequence of this episode makes us aware that Maddy manipulates the image of herself that she presents to Nate. Knowing that Nate cares primarily about superficial appearances and their association with status, she intentionally projects his own superficial desires to get what she wants from him. Yet, this episode makes clear that this dynamic between them is deteriorating as Nate develops an uncomfortable awareness about his own sexuality and identity.

Yep, it looks like the weird cult-like behaviour that's forming around Lottie (Courtney Eaton) is only going to get worse. In Season 2, episode 1, we see her blessing Natalie (Sophie Thatcher) and Travis (Kevin Alves) before their daily search for Javi (Luciano Leroux) by pricking her finger and dripping blood into their tea. Based on the shot of someone unidentified cutting their palm in the opening credits, these kind of blood offerings are likely to become more extreme. 041b061a72


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