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as Tom Mason
as Anne Glass
as Hal Mason
as Matt Mason
as Ben Mason
as John Pope
The groups each are facing very different realities and aspects of this changed war. It's a sharp contrast to the previous seasons of Falling Skies, which makes it all the more intriguing.
Faced a few stumbles in its path, not only in transitioning to showrunner David Eick, but also revamping a few aspects of the mythology while crafting at least four separate story arcs for the core cast.
A season filled with exciting action and strange inconsistencies.
Audience Reviews for Falling Skies: Season 4
A pale shadow of itself, Falling Skies strays far off course in its fourth season. Throwing out most of the events of the last two seasons, the show reboots itself and focuses on the Star Child, Lexi, and her struggle to find her humanity. The first few episodes are universally terrible, with story arcs following Matt Mason being held at a Nazi Youth-like brainwashing camp and Lexi leading a Beatnik hippie peace commune. But what's worse are the character re-writes, with Anne as a gun toting military leader and Ben and Hal forced into a love triangle with Maggie. Still, among all this garbage there are some exciting battle scenes and the special effects are impressively done. Yet overall Season 4 of Falling Skies isn't really worth watching, and insults the long term viewer.
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