Whether or not you subscribe to HBO, now you can watch the critically acclaimed series finale of “The Leftovers.” On Tuesday, June 20, the premium cable network made the episode available for free on YouTube, but get it while you can — it’ll be available for any and everyone to watch for only seven days. Watch it above.
“The Leftovers” told the story of the aftermath of the “Sudden Departure,” a moment at which two-percent of the world’s population vanished without a trace and without explanation. The series finale takes place many years later and focuses on Nora Durst (Carrie Coon), who lost her entire family in the Departure, and it gives audiences an explanation of what happens — maybe, sort of, in a way. According to the episode description, “Nothing is answered. Everything is answered. And then it ends.” That sums it up pretty well.
It’s probably no coincidence that Emmy voting is underway. Ballots went out on Monday, June 12, and voting lasts until next Monday, June 26, the last day “The Book of Nora” will be available for online viewing. The episode has been submitted for consideration for its writing, directing, production design, cinematography and makeup. And if Coon is nominated for Best Drama Actress she might submit the episode to Emmy judges — and you can see why by watching the episode.
What do you think of “The Book of Nora”? Does it deserve to win Emmys? Watch the whole thing above.
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