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Economist Calls Halt One of TV’s Best; Mackenzie Davis Speaks With NPR

This week, The Economist calls Halt and Catch Fire one of TV’s best, while Mackenzie Davis speaks with NPR. Plus, CarterMatt urges a Golden Globe nod for the show. Read on for more:

The Economist explains why Halt and Catch Fire “has been one of television’s best offerings for three seasons now.”

• On National Public Radio, Mackenzie Davis explains that “what’s interesting about Cameron and Donna on the show is they’re just all sorts of people in one body. And they’re ambitious, and they’re cutthroat, and they’re deeply empathetic with each other, and jealous, and loving. And they’re just all sorts of things.”

CarterMatt urges a Golden Globe nod for Halt and Catch Fire, calling it “one of television’s best series, and unfortunately one that fails to get the viewership it deserves.”

• Interviewed by Collider.com about Season 4, Mackenzie Davis says, “There’s something so lovely about knowing it’s the last season, and then getting to just tell a complete story, and us entering into it with the knowledge that this is the last time we get to do it.”

The Guardian applauds, “By the third season, Halt and Catch Fire’s momentum was unstoppable. Every episode is gripping, jaw-dropping and prophetic.”

• Jona Xiao talks to ComicBook.com about playing Julie Yang, saying that it’s “always fun to play strong female characters.”

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