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Binge the first 6 episodes of The Crossing

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In The Crossing ,Sundance Jury Prize winner Steve Zahn (Happy/Texas, Modern Family ) plays Jude Ellis, sheriff of a small fishing town on the Oregon coast in modern-day America. His plans for a quiet life are upended when 47 refugees from a war-torn country wash up on his beach seeking asylum. The country they’re from is America… and the war they’re fleeing is 180 years in the future.

 

Co-creators Jay Beattie and Dan Dworkin have written for some of the most entertaining shows on TV, from the Golden Globe nominated Revenge to the three-time Emmy nominee Criminal Minds to the People’s Choice nominated The Event . 

 

 

 

The first six episodes are now available to binge on Showmax, with the rest of the season coming in June and the final two episodes express from the US. Watch now 

DStv Premium subscribers get Showmax at no additional cost, and DStv Compact and Compact Plus subscribers pay only  R49 per month for Showmax. Not a DStv subscriber? Sign up to Showmax now and you’ll get a 14-day free trial » .

9 Comments
BoxOffice

Very interesting first 2 episodes. Pity it has been cancelled already by ABC 

Romance

Is this going to be broadcast on DStv at some point or will it only be on Showmax?

BoxOffice

Showmax exclusive. Only Showmax 

Moderator

@BusiN_DStv1 wrote:

In The Crossing ,Sundance Jury Prize winner Steve Zahn (Happy/Texas, Modern Family ) plays Jude Ellis, sheriff of a small fishing town on the Oregon coast in modern-day America. His plans for a quiet life are upended when 47 refugees from a war-torn country wash up on his beach seeking asylum. The country they’re from is America… and the war they’re fleeing is 180 years in the future.

 

Co-creators Jay Beattie and Dan Dworkin have written for some of the most entertaining shows on TV, from the Golden Globe nominated Revenge to the three-time Emmy nominee Criminal Minds to the People’s Choice nominated The Event . 

 

 

 

The first six episodes are now available to binge on Showmax, with the rest of the season coming in June and the final two episodes express from the US. Watch now 

DStv Premium subscribers get Showmax at no additional cost, and DStv Compact and Compact Plus subscribers pay only  R49 per month for Showmax. Not a DStv subscriber? Sign up to Showmax now and you’ll get a 14-day free trial » .


@JeanP - have you watched other episodes? 

BoxOffice

Yes I have watched the first 3 episodes so far. Looks like a good show 

Moderator

@JeanP - I'm hooked Smiley Very Happy Do you think the apex will get her daughter back?

BoxOffice

@Grace_DStv1 I believe that she will. Don't want to make her angry 

Moderator

@BusiN_DStv1 wrote:

In The Crossing ,Sundance Jury Prize winner Steve Zahn (Happy/Texas, Modern Family ) plays Jude Ellis, sheriff of a small fishing town on the Oregon coast in modern-day America. His plans for a quiet life are upended when 47 refugees from a war-torn country wash up on his beach seeking asylum. The country they’re from is America… and the war they’re fleeing is 180 years in the future.

 

Co-creators Jay Beattie and Dan Dworkin have written for some of the most entertaining shows on TV, from the Golden Globe nominated Revenge to the three-time Emmy nominee Criminal Minds to the People’s Choice nominated The Event . 

 

 

 

The first six episodes are now available to binge on Showmax, with the rest of the season coming in June and the final two episodes express from the US. Watch now 

DStv Premium subscribers get Showmax at no additional cost, and DStv Compact and Compact Plus subscribers pay only  R49 per month for Showmax. Not a DStv subscriber? Sign up to Showmax now and you’ll get a 14-day free trial » .


@JeanP - Mhm, those people from the first migration seem to be very dangerous. Wonder how that will pan out. 

BoxOffice

I believe it will be like. OK they have crossed just contain it for now. And after they start to feel safe and comfortable we will kill them.

 

Or something like that