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The Last Kingdom Season 4 Episode 01 (S04E01)

"The Beginning of the End" is the fourth season premiere, and 73rd episode overall, of the American Broadcasting Company's television drama series Lost. It was aired on ABC in the United States and CTV in Canada on January 31, 2008.[2] Co-creator/executive producer Damon Lindelof and executive producer Carlton Cuse wrote the premiere in late July 2007,[3] with most of the episode directed on location in Oahu, Hawaii, in August and September by executive producer Jack Bender.[4] With this premiere, Jeff Pinkner no longer serves as an executive producer and staff writer.[5] The episode was watched by 18 million Americans, bringing in the best ratings for Lost in 17 episodes.[6] According to Metacritic, "The Beginning of the End" garnered "universal acclaim".[7]

The Last Kingdom Season 4 Episode 01 (S04E01)

Several different titles were proposed for the episode.[3] The ultimate title is a reference to a line in the previous episode when Ben warns Jack that contacting the freighter "is the beginning of the end".[17] Filming began on August 17[18] and ended on or just after September 7, 2007.[19] Garcia felt "a little pressure" because he had the lead role in the episode, but "was really excited, too [because it] was a different direction for a season premiere [that he] felt the fans would probably dig".[20] In the mental institution, Hurley is seen painting a picture of an Inuit man and an igloo. This was painted by Garcia.[21] When the episode was broadcast, Christian appeared in Jacob's cabin; however, the scene was shot with another Hurley inside. Additionally, when Garcia was filming his interrogation scene in an aquarium, he was unaware that Charlie would be swimming outside and breaking the glass in the finished product.[22] Charlie's swim was filmed weeks after the rest of the episode had been shot, alongside production of "Meet Kevin Johnson" and the Lost: Missing Pieces mobisodes in late November 2007. The scene was filmed with stunt double Jake Kilfoyle at the Looking Glass set that was previously used for the third season episodes titled "Greatest Hits" and "Through the Looking Glass".[23]

Princess Twilight Sparkle - Part 1 is the first episode of the fourth season of My Little Pony Friendship is Magic and the sixty-sixth episode overall, being the first episode to take place after the spin-off film My Little Pony Equestria Girls.[2][3][4] It is the first half of a two-part episode.

Enterplay trading card series 3 card #27, as shown in an official image, erroneously lists Princess Twilight Sparkle,[sic] Part 1 as being the eleventh episode of the first season and as featuring the song You'll Play Your Part.[14]

"30 Days Without An Accident" is the first episode of the fourth season of AMC's The Walking Dead. It is the thirty-sixth episode of the series overall. It premiered on October 13, 2013. It was written by Scott Gimple and directed by Greg Nicotero.

"First Blood" was watched by 140,000 Australians according to overnight ratings regarding the original airdate. In the United Kingdom 930,000 watched the episode on Channel 5. Seneca Cabrera from The Bit Bag stated "Wentworth does not like to disappoint their fans when it comes to releases. Episode 1 was shown yesterday, May 10, to give you a start of another season packed with exciting revelations once again." Graeme Blundell for The Australian described the episode's opening as "an eerie and atmospheric opening sequence" Elaine Atwell writing for AfterEllen said "I watched this episode, and I realized just how happy I am to be back behind bars." Atwell also praised the character development of Kaz during the episode, adding "even just one episode in, Kaz emanates an electricity that feels like standing too near a power station. She hums with it. Her face is tight with it..." "First Blood" was included in Soaplife's "Must see TV" feature. The features writer opined that it returned with plenty of stories and it was "all change" for the characters. TV Choice included the episode in there "pick of the day" feature and a writer said that it brought about "big changes" in the series.

Linda Howard from the Evening Times said that the episode sets up the show for another "turbulent season". Matt Baylis from the Daily Express criticised it, singling out scenes featuring Joan being held in a cell with a glass window. They noted it was implausible for her to be able "to smell things and spot tiny details that unsettle all who visit her" while behind glass. However, Gerard O'Donovan (The Daily Telegraph) disagreed and praised the scenes as "a triumph of camp, lip-quivering menace in a glass-walled cell." She added that "First Blood" was "an absolute belter, featuring a cast of fabulously strong, variably humane female characters." Michael Moran from bemoaned the dearth of realism in the episode. They were cynical about a prison governor being incarcerated in their former place of work. They added that "First Blood" is "to be watched as it was made: with tongue firmly in cheek."

"Water War" is the premiere episode for Season Four of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars television series. It aired on September 16, 2011 with the episode "Gungan Attack" as part of the season's one-hour premiere. 041b061a72


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