Here and Now – Episode Summaries

Broadway World has posted summaries for the final three episodes of this season of Here and Now. I’ve put mentions of Tim’s character in bold. There’s no mention of his character in episode 8, but as we saw in last week’s previews, he’s definitely there!


Episode #8: “Yes”

Airdate: Sunday, April 1 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT)

Rebuffed by Ramon (Daniel Zovatto), Farid (Peter Macdissi) finds his growing obsessions disrupting his career and his marriage. After Audrey (Holly Hunter) turns the tables on her husband, Greg (Tim Robbins), he makes a vivid point about life’s meaning during a lecture. Ramon and Duc (Raymond Lee) turn to Carmen (Fernanda Andrade) for clarity during difficult times. Ashley (Jerrika Hinton) is unsettled by a boutique interloper. Kristen (Sosie Bacon) and Navid (Marwan Salama) plot their revenge on Madison (Madeline Bertani) and her pals.

Written by Nancy Oliver; directed by Janicza Bravo.

Episode #9: “Dream Logic”

Airdate: Sunday, April 8 (9:00-10:00 p.m.)

Greg (Tim Robbins) and Audrey (Holly Hunter) uncover unpleasant truths about Ramon’s (Daniel Zovatto) adoption. Kristen (Sosie Bacon) and Navid (Marwan Salama) embrace their rare connection, but pay a price. Audrey has second thoughts about Steve (Tim DeKay) after his true intentions are exposed. Ashley (Jerrika Hinton) considers a lucrative business offer as the chasm between her, Malcolm (Joe Williamson) and Hailey (Avynn Crowder-Jones) widens. The family celebrates a landmark birthday with cold pizza and honesty.

Written by Charles Yu; directed by Minkie Spiro.

Episode #10: “It’s Here” (season finale)

Airdate: Sunday, April 15 (9:00-10:00 p.m.)

Ramon (Daniel Zovatto) goes missing after a disturbing family incident. Audrey (Holly Hunter) clashes with Steve (Tim DeKay) during and after a morning talk show. Ashley (Jerrika Hinton) and Malcolm (Joe Williamson) weigh the pros and cons of a corporate future. Farid’s (Peter Macdissi) guilt drives him to extremes, damaging his family ties. Greg (Tim Robbins) gets enlightenment during a visit with Audrey’s brother, Ike (Ted Levine). A cataclysmic event shakes the family to its core.

Written by Alan Ball; directed by Jeremy Podeswa.


These sound really interesting, and the last one in particular makes it sound like maybe they’re setting up for a second season. So far, there’s been no news about a renewal, but we’ll keep you posted!

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