Air Date: January 6th, 2017
Dorothy is transported to a faraway land, where she encounters magical beings and the Wizard of Oz.
Season 1 - Episode 10 : No Place Like Home Mar 3, 2017
Tip and West seek vengeance in Emerald City; Dorothy faces off against the wizard; Glinda brings her power to the battlefield as the threat of the beast looms.
Season 1 - Episode 9 : The Villain That's Become Feb 24, 2017
The Wizard arrives in the Kingdom of Ev, where an intense negotiation may lead to a standoff with Langwidere; Dorothy and Lucas find themselves on opposite sides; Jack makes a decision that could have deadly ramifications.
Season 1 - Episode 8 : Lions in Winter Feb 17, 2017
Dorothy and Lucas arrive at Glinda's castle; the wizard heads to the Kingdom of Ev to build his arsenal of weapons; West uses dangerous magic to help Tip reconnect with her past; Jack tries to find his place in Langwidere's life.
Season 1 - Episode 7 : They Came First Feb 10, 2017
When the wizard's power is threatened, he launches an attack on a village and enlists West to help; Dorothy and Lucas try to keep Silvie safe as they head north to get Glinda's help; Langwidere grapples with her new authority.
Season 1 - Episode 6 : Beautiful Wickedness Feb 3, 2017
Dorothy's confrontation with the wizard brings her closer to discovering the truth about her past; Lucas' attempt to recover his memory may lead to him allying with West; the wizard enacts a plan with Langwidere.
With more complicated characters and relationships and a livelier sense of momentum, it might have been a more artful meditation on the use of power and the costs of loyalty. But, echoing the fate of those grounded monkeys, the plight of these travelers never really takes flight. Show More
Emerald City is a sometimes chaotic cocktail of familiar characters, fairytale elements, sex and drugs, and a hero’s journey that doesn’t ever feel totally cohesive. But its visuals, crafted by the director Tarsem Singh, are endlessly creative, and the weaker primary cast members are buffeted by an array of gifted supporting actors. Show More
It’s all very big and bold, and boring. Show More