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Outer Range

Outer Range centers on a rancher fighting for his land and family, who discovers an unfathomable mystery at the edge of Wyoming's wilderness.

Show Info

Streams on:
Prime Video, US at 3:00 am
Runtime:
52 min.
Status:
Returning Series
Created by:
Rating:
3.97/5 (76 ratings)
More Info:
Forum | Official | IMDb | TVMaze
Tools:
Subtitles, Mistakes

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Stats

Premiered:
2022
Episodes:
15
Watchlists:
5,222

Previous Episode

Name:
One Night in Wabang (+6 more)
Date:
Thu May 16, 2024
Season:
2
Episode:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 (of 7 ordered)

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Episodes Guide and Summaries

Key Features and Themes

Cast

as Royal Abbott
as Deputy Sheriff Joy Hawk
as Autumn Rivers
as Cecilia Abbott
as Perry Abbott
as Rhett Abbott
as Luke Tillerson
as Billy Tillerson
as Maria Olivares

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some_one said:
Confirmed. At least, that's the main ones. There might be be the occasinal creative idea and a lot of writers don't bother picking just one and sticking to it (making a mess instead; looking at you, BttF), but generally yeah. Agree?


Thanks, I was just checking to make sure, because season 2 of Outer Range seems like it's all of those, as well as psychological precognition on top of that. Back to the Future had it's oops's but isn't nearly as bad as Avengers End Game for just being plain wrong and taking me out of the fiction. I don't mind it when the use of time travel is very wrong but still works on an emotive level, like The Lake House and The Tomorrow War, but season 2 works in all directions and makes the head spin.
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paisley1 said:

What are the 3 types of time travel? Please confirm....

1. Go back in time and change things in the past and they are changed in the future. (Classic time Travel, remembering both time lines, ie. Back to the Future)
2. Go back in time and change things in the past and they are not changed in the future. (Not time travel, alternate timeline/universe only, ie. Avengers End Game.)
3. Go back in time to create the events that caused you to go back in time. (A pocket in time, time loop, circular causality, ie. Predestination.)?


Confirmed. At least, that's the main ones. There might be be the occasinal creative idea and a lot of writers don't bother picking just one and sticking to it (making a mess instead; looking at you, BttF), but generally yeah. Agree?
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some_one said:
Not sure how Perry can cause the event that kills himself instead of the Tillerson brother, and not die? That's clearly not time travel, more like, temporal displacement or jumping creates alternate realities. Season 2 got really messy, especially with Joy and Royal's connection. Royal would know things, like, a lot of things about people, and be keeping it all to himself, because he's seen them all in his past.



They might be doing a "not technically time travel, just fucking around with time" thing? Perry is clearly doing a parallel timeline thing (his father clearly doesn't remember meeting his time travelling son decades earlier either), Autumn/Amy is having circular causality and Joy seems to have changed the past? When she talked to Royal and he suddenly remembered her in the past, it didn't come off as a "suppressed memory" kind of situation, more like history ironing out a kink. So basically, all three main types of time travel are present here.

Maybe that's intentional. Or maybe it's just writers being lazy about time travel again. It seems at least partially intentional though.


Well, they certainly were playing on the psychological side as well in season 2, especially Wayne and Luke Tillerson and also Amy/Autumn eating the dirt/ash then hearing/seeing precognitive hallucinations, which conflates the time travel aspect of the hole and smacks of lazy writing, unless of course they iron out the details at the end.

What are the 3 types of time travel? Please confirm....

1. Go back in time and change things in the past and they are changed in the future. (Classic time Travel, remembering both time lines, ie. Back to the Future)
2. Go back in time and change things in the past and they are not changed in the future. (Not time travel, alternate timeline/universe only, ie. Avengers End Game.)
3. Go back in time to create the events that caused you to go back in time. (A pocket in time, time loop, circular causality, ie. Predestination.)?


@Lighton, any thoughts on season 2?
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Enjoyed the second season, but it wasn't as awesome as the first one. But at least I LOVED the last 20 minutes or so of the final season 2 episode. :) <3

Thank you, Brad Pitt, and everybody else involved! :)

@paisley1: Thanks, hadn't seen that image before!

@some_one: Yes, feels intentional. Also with Wayne... whatever is going on there! :D
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paisley1 said:
Not sure how Perry can cause the event that kills himself instead of the Tillerson brother, and not die? That's clearly not time travel, more like, temporal displacement or jumping creates alternate realities. Season 2 got really messy, especially with Joy and Royal's connection. Royal would know things, like, a lot of things about people, and be keeping it all to himself, because he's seen them all in his past.



They might be doing a "not technically time travel, just fucking around with time" thing? Perry is clearly doing a parallel timeline thing (his father clearly doesn't remember meeting his time travelling son decades earlier either), Autumn/Amy is having circular causality and Joy seems to have changed the past? When she talked to Royal and he suddenly remembered her in the past, it didn't come off as a "suppressed memory" kind of situation, more like history ironing out a kink. So basically, all three main types of time travel are present here.

Maybe that's intentional. Or maybe it's just writers being lazy about time travel again. It seems at least partially intentional though.
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I only made it half way through s2e01 and then gave up, not nearly as good as s1.
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@mrverene: :D

@paisley1: Thanks for sharing. The Clamato disappointment is real!

I've only watched 2x1 so far, enjoyed it!
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Season 2 didn't have any Clamato, but certainly had a lot of twists and turns that didn't really add up, and it also didn't seem like the season 1 finale had anything to do with season 2, so maybe they'll get back to the season 1 ending in season 3, 4, or 5?

Not sure how Perry can cause the event that kills himself instead of the Tillerson brother, and not die? That's clearly not time travel, more like, temporal displacement or jumping creates alternate realities. Season 2 got really messy, especially with Joy and Royal's connection. Royal would know things, like, a lot of things about people, and be keeping it all to himself, because he's seen them all in his past.

https://media.press.amazonstudios.com/userfiles/images/Outer_Range/Season_2/Key_Art/RNGE_S2_PRShowBanner_BlackMineral_1920x1080_PRE_PV_FINAL_en-US_KAPS_3018916.jpg
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I can't imagine adding even more salt to something with that much Clamato and Worcestershire, much less whatever is in the hot sauce and 'rimmer'.
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lighton said:
Wow, wow, WOW! :O :O :O I expected this to be a great show, but the 1x2 ending was awesome! :)

And now I want to get to know the taste of Clamato! :D

And now I finally tasted it. :) Loved it! Couldn't even taste their special ingredient, but it tasted wonderful. Won't buy more anytime soon though because of the added High Fructose Corn Syrup and synthetic food colorant Allura Red AC.

Thanks to whoever wrote Clamato into the script, looking forward to the next season even more now. (Will there be more Clamato?) :D

Still boggles the mind that you've never tried Clamato, and ya, super bad for you so if you make a caesar, drink responsibly.

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