TNT

  • Ice Cold and Alex: Snowpiercer’s lengthy Last Supper is chilling…

    Wilford has control of Snowpiercer and wastes no time in punishing Layton, confining him to ‘the Swamp’ rather than killing him directly. With absolute power onboard the train, Wilford contemplates what to do with those he now rules. He recognises that some of his so-called allies might be fickle...
  • Snowpiercer: Wilford socially-engineers his revenge…

    Layton realises that the recent chaos aboard Snowpiercer may have been caused by Wilford, but that despite or because of it, the popularity of the train’s creator is growing by the day as he manipulates events. A series of technical problems begin to happen in Snowpiercer’s systems, some the...
  • Turn of the Corkscrew: Snowpiercer’s twisted traumas continue…

    It was never going to be long before Layton (Daveed Diggs)found out that the change in the train’s power-structure would prove more tenuous than he’d thought. After attacks on the Tailies that appeared to be the work of Breechmen, the fatal assault on most of the Breechmen is considered...
  • When Mel freezes over: Snowpiercer offers solitary cold comforts…

    While the power struggles aboard Snowpiercer are heating up, the struggle to find a more basic power source is the one troubling Melanie as she crosses the icy landscape to get to the base housing the tracking system. Finally getting to the frozen base she finds the remains of...
  • Dead or ‘Alive’? Snowpiercer clings to ‘Hope’ and revenge…

    With Mel’s latest communication not arriving on time, both Wilford and Layton realise that their respective time for action is growing short and each put options in to play that are risky and dangerous, especially with either side having more information than the other may realise.  There are difficult...
  • A Night Car named desire displays Snowpiercer’s ‘Trade’ craft…

    With Mel’s fate unknown, the passengers of Snowpiercer can only hope she’s managed to get to the beacon and kickstart the monitoring of rising temperatures. Layton needs to keep tabs on Wilford and the best way to do that is on Snowpiercer itself – so he arranges a night...
  • Snowpiercer: An emotional Thaw and a Cold Comfort Odyssey…

    Mel prepares to leave Snowpiercer to spend a month at the tracking station in the hope of tracking the thawing Earth. But everyone is aware it could be a suicide mission and Wilford relishes every chance to use that fact against his enemies. He’s not a patient man, but...
  • Back on track, but one does not merely walk onto Snowpiercer…

    Andre Layton (Daveed Diggs) has managed to successfully execute his revolution to take control of Snowpiercer, but there’s been no time to celebrate. Mr. Wilford (Sean Bean), the creator of the train and presumed long dead has made a return aboard a smaller but arguably far superior transport named...
  • Alien’ notions: TNT returns to early New York for more dark drama…

    After uncovering the truth about high-society links to the killing of young men in late 19th century New York, infamous psychologist (or ‘Alienist’ in the era’s venacular) Laszlo Kreizler, writer John Moore and the fledgling police service’s Sara Howard have had mixed fortunes. There names have become well-known, enough for...