Where are we going to see the story move when it comes to Feud: Bette & Joan episode 4? This installment is entitled “More, or Less,” and you can count on the story focusing on the buildup to the movie What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? and some of its immediate aftermath. This is a show that continues to move things along at a fairly steady pace, which makes a little bit of sense when you remember for a minute that this is a story about so much more than just a movie. It’s about the aftermath, the promotion, and what was done in order to win an Oscar.
Below, we’ve got some further news in terms of what is going to be coming up in terms of specifics.
Feud: Bette & Joan episode 4 synopsis – “On the eve of its release, bad word-of-mouth plagues “Baby Jane.” Bette and Joan brace for failure. Pauline tries to break gender barriers. Oscar nominations are announced. Written by Gina Welch & Tim Minear; directed by Liza Johnson.”
Are we excited to see where the rest of the story goes? Sure, but we do hope that the show does find a way to bring up the crazy and the drama to another level by the end of the hour. For the most part, the performances so far have been great, but we’ve seen feuds far more epic than the ones that we’ve seen on the first seasons of some other shows … and this one has Feud in the title! Therefore, you have to hope that things are going to be taken to another level.
Promo – You’ve got a few fun moments in here that do indicate that the feud could be taken to a more public level, which is both great and something that the series needs. It also makes more sense given that with the movie coming out, these two are going to need to promote it … and even with the media being so much different then in comparison to what it is now, we do still think that they’ll find a way to trade some barbs.
If you do want to get a review for tonight’s episode and so much more when it comes to the series, be sure to head over to the link here right now. (Photo: FX.)
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