SPOILERS AHEAD: Showtime’s The Affair finished its five season run tonight, with the series’ co-creator and guiding creative voice Sarah Treem making her directorial debut on the finale. Treem took 90 minutes to stitch back together the fractured Solloway clan, as the philandering Noah (Dominic West) and long suffering wife Helen (Maura Tierney) find a way back to each other. This was something that seemed nearly impossible after his affair with the desperately unhappy Alison (Ruth Wilson), who found her way into the arms of the bored wannabe bestselling author Noah. He left his own wife and their four children and a highly unexpected adventure began, one that traced the multi-generational ripples created by such a tumultuous event. Related Story ‘The Affair’ Co-Creator & Exec Producer Sarah Treem Strikes Overall Deal With Fox 21 Television Studios Both Wilson and Joshua Jackson, who played her husband Cole, departed the show previously. Their respective viewpoints of incidents drove the narrative in the series early years, along with stories told from the POV of Noah and Helen. Now, the final season came down to the Solloway clan, and a futuristic storyline involving Alison and Cole’s grown daughter Joanie. The final season opened with… Read full this story
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