List of The Affair episodes

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The Affair is an American television drama series created by Sarah Treem and Hagai Levi.[1] The series premiered on Showtime on October 12, 2014, its second season premiered on October 4, 2015.[2] On December 9, 2015, the series was renewed for a third season,[3] which debuted on November 20, 2016,[4] on January 9, 2017, Showtime renewed the series for a fourth season,[5] which will premiere on June 17, 2018.[6]

As of January 29, 2017, 32 episodes of The Affair have aired, concluding the third season.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 10 October 12, 2014 (2014-10-12) December 21, 2014 (2014-12-21)
2 12 October 4, 2015 (2015-10-04) December 20, 2015 (2015-12-20)
3 10 November 20, 2016 (2016-11-20) January 29, 2017 (2017-01-29)
4 10[7] June 17, 2018 (2018-06-17)[7] August 19, 2018 (2018-08-19)[7]

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2014)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
1 1 "1" Mark Mylod Story by : Sarah Treem & Hagai Levi
Teleplay by : Sarah Treem
October 6, 2014 (2014-10-06) (online)
October 12, 2014 (2014-10-12) (Showtime)
0.507[8]
Noah Solloway, his wife, Helen, and his four children, Whitney, Martin, Trevor and Stacey depart for Montauk, New York, on Long Island to spend another summer with Helen's wealthy parents. Noah is a New York City school teacher and Williams College alumnus who has had one novel published and is struggling to write a second book, and constantly belittled by Helen's parents, at a stop for lunch at local diner named "The Lobster Roll" in Montauk they encounter Alison Lockhart, their waitress who assists with the Solloway's youngest when she begins choking. Noah is intrigued by Alison, who is upset by the incident, and offers her some restitution for her help, which she refuses, it is the birthday of Alison's now deceased son, Gabriel, and she is struggling through her day. Later that evening the two meet again by chance on the beach where Alison's extended family is gathered at a bonfire. Noah walks Alison back to her house where he remembers her as flirtatious, inviting him to join her in the outdoor shower as she undresses, which he declines. Alison remembers a casual, friendly conversation with an improper advance by Noah, the shower taking place after Noah has left. When Allison's husband, Cole, arrives back from the bonfire they fight over the difference the two are dealing with the death of Gabriel and end up having sex on the car in the driveway, with Noah looking on having been drawn back by the shouting. Throughout the season, the memories of both Noah and Alison are periodically interrupted by a current day interview interrogation with Detective Jeffries (Victor Williams) investigating a mysterious death.
2 2 "2" Jeffrey Reiner Sarah Treem October 19, 2014 (2014-10-19) 0.512[9]
The previous nights activities has Noah worked up and as the Butler estate readies for the annual summer party, Noah can't escape the allure of the mysterious Alison, who he remembers as "trouble". The Solloway's become entangled with the Lockhart horse ranch during a trip to the farmer's market for flowers where Noah encounters Alison again selling homemade specialty jams with her sister-in-law, that evening, Alison is also waiting at the Butler's party and Noah takes the opportunity to pursue her further, getting her away for a private moment and discovering she is married as well. From Alison's perspective, as the day begins we get a glimpse of some mysterious activity the family is engaged in. Throughout her account, we learn more about the emotional debt owed to her husband's family through introspective reflection, she accepts an evening catering job and discovers Noah and his wife are present at the party. When Noah asks her if she wants to get out of there she goes along with him for a chat on the beach where he shares about his past and love for his wife, along with regrets, and they share a passionate kiss. A little more is revealed about the mysterious death being investigated as some point in the future through the interviews with Noah and Alison.
3 3 "3" Jeffrey Reiner Eric Overmyer October 26, 2014 (2014-10-26) 0.599[10]
As the Solloway family is settling in for the summer Noah begins investigating and researching the history of Montauk, aided by Alison, as background for his book. The two are drawn further together while attempting to keep things simply friendly. Alison is revealed to be self harming in response to her overwhelming emotions. And confrontation among the locals builds as Cole (Joshua Jackson) takes a stand against development progress proposed by Oscar (Darren Goldstein) in favor of preserving what makes Montauk special, revealing a storied history between Oscar's family and the Lockharts.
4 4 "4" Jeffrey Reiner Melanie Marnich November 2, 2014 (2014-11-02) 0.692[11]
Noah and Alison escape on a day trip to remote Block Island in order to spend time together as Noah continues with research for his novel. As they tour highlights of the island they share more of themselves in conversation and become ever more intimate with each other. Noah remembering himself as an innocent, struggling under Alison's advancements, while Alison's memory is more serious and somber with the undertones of grieving and appreciation for Noah's attentive presence, after Noah receives an emergency call from home they have an argument and part ways, only to run into one another again in a shop. The two get a hotel room for the afternoon and take the last step towards being unfaithful, having sex with regrets, and arguing further when Alison is evasive afterwards, on the ferry back, Alison apologizes and tells Noah she is not the carefree soul he thinks she is, but rather, has a "dark" side (which Noah says he is attracted to), and they fight again. Back on land, as Noah drives Alison home, she tells him about the son she had who drowned two years ago, leaving her struggling with wanting to die, their closeness deepens and they make love again that evening at Alison's house.
5 5 "5" Carl Franklin Kate Robin November 9, 2014 (2014-11-09) 0.673[12]
Complications abound for Alison and Noah with troublesome family matters, keeping the lovers apart for now, but seeking an escape beyond the love nest they have found in Alison's friend Pheobe's empty house while she is away. Alison's estranged mother has shown up unexpectedly, meddling in the care of Alison's beloved grandmother and the relationship with her in-laws. And for Noah, it's his oldest daughter's coming-of-age struggle between right and wrong complicated by the meddling of his in-laws and the disagreement with his wife, Helen, on how to manage it all.
6 6 "6" Carl Franklin Dan LeFranc November 16, 2014 (2014-11-16) 0.778[13]
Dangerous secrets are revealed when Noah spends a night out with his friend Max, and Alison and Cole work together to keep their main source of income safe
7 7 "7" Ryan Fleck Kate Robin November 23, 2014 (2014-11-23) 0.877[14]
Summer comes to an end, but the tension continues as Helen and Noah grapple with a n emergency in Brooklyn and Alison's side 'job' hits too close to home
8 8 "8" Ryan Fleck Dan LeFranc & Melanie Marnich December 7, 2014 (2014-12-07) 0.759[15]

After four months back in Brooklyn, Noah and Helen are getting back to life as usual, though they are making cutbacks financially, which is affecting the children, Martin hates his public school and they suspect Whitney may have bulimia. Bruce is to receive an award but Helen needs to stay home to mind the store, and after a heated discussion during a therapy session they agree Noah will go to support Helen's father; in Montauk, Alison and Cole are trying for a baby and there is discussion of selling the ranch. Alison finds she is working Bruce's presentation evening and tries to duck out but her boss asks her to stay. Alison and Noah meet briefly. Bruce discloses his own infidelity and says how the enduring memory of that has helped his writing. Alison receives a call and needs to get to her ailing grandmother's deathbed, Noah steps in and whilst initially keeping his distance he provides more support after Alison's grandma passes. Later, they declare their love for one another.


Flashforward: At a memorial service for Scott Lockhart, Detective Jeffries watches on, he pieces together events and travels to The End, a local restaurant and inn where he finds Noah's cancelled booking.
9 9 "9" Jeffrey Reiner Story by : Dan LeFranc
Teleplay by : Melanie Marnich & Kate Robin
December 14, 2014 (2014-12-14) 0.837[16]

Alison and Noah have sex in Noah and Helen's bed. Both, separately, discover a positive pregnancy test and both think Helen is pregnant.


Alison's perspective: Noah talks of leaving Helen but Alison is unconvinced. Alison drinks heavily at a Montauk bar, and ends up having sex with Oscar. A regretful, hungover Alison makes to leave the next morning, while Oscar makes pancakes and smalltalk, she mentions the ranch sale, and Oscar gives her the paperwork to show Cherry refinanced and no real equity remains. Alison confronts Cherry at the ranch, who blames everything, including Gabriel's death on Alison. Alison self-harms and later attempts suicide only stopping when she thinks she hears Gabe's voice, she tells a disbelieving Cole about the ranch and that she is leaving. At the train station, Cole catches up with Alison and, now knowing the truth, wants them to leave Montauk together.


Noah's perspective: Noah tidies away evidence of his betrayal. Later he confronts Helen about the pregnancy test, they both realize it is Whitney's, who confirms her pregnancy but that she has an abortion planned for the next day. Noah goes to the clinic to pick up Whitney; Scott Lockhart comes in behind him and Noah then violently confronts Scott, realizing that the much-older Scott impregnated his daughter. At home he tells Helen that he wants to plan to separate, Helen tells him to leave immediately, he catches the train to Montauk, calling Alison to tell her he is on the way. When Noah arrives he is happy to see Alison, but less so to see Cole beside her. Alison looks at them both and boards the train alone.
10 10 "10" Jeffrey Reiner Sarah Treem December 21, 2014 (2014-12-21) 0.951[17]

Noah's perspective: Noah, now four months removed from moving out of the family's brownstone, and having had no contact with Alison, is enjoying life as a single man. But an episode of after-hours sexual behavior with a coworker results in him being suspended from his teaching job and accused of disorderly conduct. Serving his suspension in a New York City Department of Education rubber room, he spends his time there wisely and completes the first draft of his book. His editor considers the book extraordinary and suggests it is worth up to half a million dollars in an advanced payment. Later, an unexpected invitation brings Noah back to Helen who has missed him, but the elder kids not so much. When Alison texts Noah with news that Whitney is at the Lockhart house in Montauk, Noah and Helen head there to retrieve their wayward daughter. A confrontation on many levels awaits with Scotty, Cole, Cherry and Alison all contributing to the tension. Noah's recollection suggests this ends in a stand-off, with Cole pointing a gun at him while he is administering a beating to Scotty; in a future scene, Detective Jeffries has the Montauk mechanic wear a wire and records Noah blackmailing him.


Alison's perspective: Alison's four months are spent at a retreat with Athena, her mother. Returning to Montauk to prepare her house for sale she finds the bank is foreclosing on the ranch. Alison talks with Cole, who thinks she is returning, but Alison reveals she can't live with Cole any more but does offer him the house, they are summoned to the ranch where the family are assembled and hear from Whitney that her parents intend to have Scotty prosecuted for statutory rape. They surmise that they need to talk with Helen and Noah to dissuade them and insist that Alison calls Noah to summon him, this recollection suggests that Cole pulls a gun earlier, threatening mainly Noah, but is talked down by Alison. The season closes with a flashforward to a stylish apartment where it is implied that Noah and Alison are living together with their baby daughter, as they plan the coming week, they are interrupted by Detective Jeffries, who arrests Noah for the murder of Scotty.

Season 2 (2015)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
11 1 "201" Jeffrey Reiner Sarah Treem September 25, 2015 (2015-09-25) (online)
October 4, 2015 (2015-10-04) (Showtime)
0.815[18]
Season 2 begins with Noah and Helen attempting to conduct amicable divorce proceedings, but complications bring about inescapable conflict. Meanwhile, surprising developments in Helen's life lead to unexpected emotions.
12 2 "202" Jeffrey Reiner Sarah Treem October 5, 2015 (2015-10-05) (online)
October 11, 2015 (2015-10-11) (Showtime)
0.547[19]
Alison's summer with Noah is interrupted by an unwelcome guest. Meanwhile, Cole's self-destructive lifestyle causes everyone to become concerned.
13 3 "203" Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck Alena Smith October 18, 2015 (2015-10-18) 0.648[20]
Noah's love leads to serious consequences; Alison discovers a surprising truth.
14 4 "204" John Dahl Anya Epstein October 25, 2015 (2015-10-25) 0.869[21]
Helen makes an innocent mistake that leads to outrageous consequences. Meanwhile, a court order leads to a dire setback for Noah and Alison.
15 5 "205" Laura Innes Sharr White November 1, 2015 (2015-11-01) 0.859[22]
Alison is thrown by an unpleasant shift in behavior from her Hudson Valley hosts and furious with Noah after a chance discovery about his new book. Meanwhile, Cole rejects Scotty's plan to make money for the family and enjoys an unexpected connection with someone new; and Scotty catches Cole in a situation best kept secret.
16 6 "206" Jeffrey Reiner David Henry Hwang November 8, 2015 (2015-11-08) 0.891[23]
A medical emergency with Martin casts Helen and Noah's litigation process in a new light; Helen makes a long-overdue decision; Noah is surprised when Alison wants to stay with her mother at the Sousanna Institute and realizes that the dynamics of their relationship have shifted, which leads to some troublesome discoveries.
17 7 "207" Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck Abe Sylvia November 15, 2015 (2015-11-15) 0.787[24]
Alison's mother raises concerns about Noah and Alison's new lifestyle; Alison confronts Noah about his revealing new book over Thanksgiving dinner; Cole lashes out at Luisa and is further alienated from his family in the wake of startling revelations.
18 8 "208" Laura Innes Sharr White November 22, 2015 (2015-11-22) 0.844[25]
Helen is bewildered by Whitney's future plans; Helen surprises Noah with a difficult admission; Noah faces increased temptations when his fame escalates.
19 9 "209" Jeffrey Reiner David Henry Hwang & Alena Smith November 29, 2015 (2015-11-29) 0.916[26]
Alison weathers a momentous journey alone; Helen receives unexpected attention from a sexy but exasperating source; Noah faces a terrible reckoning; Cole is pushed to the edge by an array of challenges.
20 10 "210" Scott Winant Anya Epstein December 6, 2015 (2015-12-06) 0.833[27]
Noah grapples with some essential questions. Meanwhile, Alison begins to doubt a recent ambition, and renewed interactions with the Lockhart brothers force her to consider a harrowing possibility.
21 11 "211" Michael Slovis Story by : Abe Sylvia
Teleplay by : Abe Sylvia & Sharr White
December 13, 2015 (2015-12-13) 0.989[28]
A series of revelations rattle Noah; Alison makes a momentous decision.
22 12 "212" Jeffrey Reiner Sarah Treem December 20, 2015 (2015-12-20) 1.111[29]
Season 2 ends as events set in motion long ago come to their conclusion. A startling admission causes Noah to withdraw from his new life. Meanwhile, Alison is honest with Noah and herself; a dispute between Cole and Scotty is followed by tragedy; and a turn in Noah's trial results in a shocking event.

Season 3 (2016–17)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
23 1 "301" Jeffrey Reiner Sarah Treem November 11, 2016 (2016-11-11) (online)
November 20, 2016 (2016-11-20) (Showtime)
0.600[30]
It's 3 years later and Noah is now a professor at a university. His father has just died and he is coming to terms with what has happened to him in the past 3 years through a series of flashbacks.
24 2 "302" John Dahl Anya Epstein November 21, 2016 (2016-11-21) (online)
November 27, 2016 (2016-11-27) (Showtime)
0.579[31]
One year earlier: after a stern request from Noah leaves Helen devastated, various pressures cause Helen and Vik to reexamine their relationship. Alison returns to Montauk after a crisis only to have her worst fears realized.
25 3 "303" Jeffrey Reiner David Henry Hwang December 4, 2016 (2016-12-04) 0.662[32]
Juliette finds Noah an alluring prospect, but a terrifying event shatters all hope of an easy affair.
26 4 "304" John Dahl Stuart Zicherman December 11, 2016 (2016-12-11) 0.666[33]
Cole finds himself in a difficult situation. Allison looks to reconnect with her daughter.
27 5 "305" Jeffrey Reiner Sharr White December 18, 2016 (2016-12-18) 0.724[34]
Alison is motivated to spend a day with Noah on Block Island for an unusual reason. The excursion results in a profound connection, but Noah is left wistful and the problems he was escaping return with shocking force.
28 6 "306" Agnieszka Holland Alena Smith January 1, 2017 (2017-01-01) 0.480[35]
Compelled to return to a place he's spent his life trying to escape, Noah attempts to repair his relationship with Martin.
29 7 "307" Jeffrey Reiner Anya Epstein January 8, 2017 (2017-01-08) 0.654[36]
Helen gives Noah the help he needs, but at what cost? A vital moment of release becomes something that can't be undone.
30 8 "308" John Dahl Stuart Zicherman January 15, 2017 (2017-01-15) 0.612[37]
An unexpected cause to celebrate provokes a sobering realization in Alison. Soon after, a startling warning leaves her pondering the unthinkable.
31 9 "309" John Dahl ("Helen")
Jeffrey Reiner ("Noah")
Sarah Sutherland & Sarah Treem January 22, 2017 (2017-01-22) 0.793[38]
Helen brings to light some home truths to her family while Noah realises things are not always what they seem
32 10 "310" Jeffrey Reiner Story by : Sharr White
Teleplay by : Sarah Treem & Sharr White
January 29, 2017 (2017-01-29) 0.725[39]
In Paris, Juliette's husband suddenly wakes up. Meanwhile, Noah sees a poster for the gallery for Furkat's exhibition.

Season 4 (2018)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
33 1 "401"[40] TBA TBA June 17, 2018 (2018-06-17) TBD
34 2 "402"[40] TBA TBA June 24, 2018 (2018-06-24) TBD

Ratings[edit]

The Affair : U.S. viewers per episode (thousands)
Season Ep. 1 Ep. 2 Ep. 3 Ep. 4 Ep. 5 Ep. 6 Ep. 7 Ep. 8 Ep. 9 Ep. 10 Ep. 11 Ep. 12
1 507 512 599 692 673 778 877 759 837 951 N/A
2 815 547 648 869 859 891 787 844 916 833 989 1111
3 600 579 662 666 724 480 654 612 793 725 N/A
Source: Nielsen Media Research[41][42][43]

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