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While Karen oversees an effort to jettison non-essential passenger items, Billie tries to teach an inattentive Ryan how to dock the ship. Matt learns of Judd’s plan to make the “ultimate sacrifice” by returning to Earth. Meanwhile, the passengers suspect all is not as it seems with the journey.
The episode was rated 7.64 from 942 votes.
A search party commences for Matt, who’s in hiding with a guilty conscience – and the airlock codes. Iris questions Karen about her rumored affair with Ryan. Rav seeks an apology from Judd for ruining her life, as chaos ensues when a seat on a rescue shuttle suddenly becomes available. Season finale.
The episode was rated 7.44 from 929 votes.
After a failed revolt, the passengers put the ship’s leadership to a vote, bringing forth a pack of unlikely candidates. Meanwhile, back on Earth, the Office of the Other President proposes a plan that could spell doom for Avenue 5.
The episode was rated 7.38 from 253 votes.
With a "new" leader at the helm, life on deck reaches a semi-status quo – until the discovery of a mysterious blip and dissident uprising threaten to upend the passenger’s tenuous peace. Later, life imitates art as the shocking conclusion of TV’s Avenue 5 puts those aboard the real ship in peril.
The episode was rated 7.34 from 208 votes.
When the ship crosses paths with a rogue space station, Ryan and the crew jump at the opportunity to socialize, while Billie angles for help with Avenue 5’s mounting eel problem. Then, after Rav discovers the true purpose of Storm Falcon’s mission, Ryan must steer his team through a difficult moral quandary.
The episode was rated 7.34 from 335 votes.
With Judd worried about his reputation, Iris arranges a meet-and-greet with several passengers in his luxury suite. Frustrated by a bridge crew with no answers, Ryan and Billie bond with the engineers below deck.
The episode was rated 7.28 from 1053 votes.
Judd enlists Ryan to help charm Harrison Aimes, an uber-wealthy passenger who has a strange effect on Judd. Meanwhile, the passengers become transfixed by a divine image circling the ship and Rav deals with the fallout when the ship's moral quandary hits the media.
The episode was rated 7.24 from 927 votes.
Rav attempts to secure funds for a rescue mission, while on the ship the stress begins to show when what appears to be an oxygen leak is detected. Meanwhile Judd hits on a plan to beautify the ship's recently gained orbital ring.
The episode was rated 7.22 from 975 votes.
After five long months, the passengers of Avenue 5 eagerly await their impending return to Earth while behind the scenes, Ryan and the crew struggle to find a way to reveal the much longer timeline of their journey home. Later, a disgraced Karen comes to blows with a newly famous Frank.
The episode was rated 7.21 from 425 votes.
Judd outlines the plan for a rescue mission and tasks Iris with organizing a vigil on Earth to raise the money to fund it. Rav endures a barrage of messages from the ship and handles an unruly press conference.
The episode was rated 7.20 from 1132 votes.
Now stuck with an unsavory stowaway, Ryan and Billie lock down the ship – with potentially dangerous consequences. Meanwhile, Iris and Judd attempt to blackmail Lucas, Karen claws her way back to the top, and Frank fends off an attack.The episode was rated from 287 votes.
With the ship facing a fiery threat, Billie hatches a plan that could just save some of the passengers… and the eels. Meanwhile, Iris makes a risky bid on Earth, Ryan finds himself in the middle of a three-way couples’ quarrel, and Mia shares some shocking news with Doug.The episode was rated from 340 votes.
Billie seeks her moment in the limelight after stepping in to help Ryan during the ship's newest crisis. Iris vets comedian Jordan Hatwal's material for the Halfway Home Party, which Judd has decided should go on as planned. Doug tries to get in the way of Mia's newfound sexual freedom.The episode was rated from 1007 votes.
Rav and her team meet with a NASA representative to plot a potential rescue mission. An engineer working in a hidden part of the ship has a surprisingly optimistic theory about the ship's future. Karen becomes a vocal advocate for passengers.The episode was rated from 1305 votes.
When a malfunction occurs aboard the luxury space cruise ship Avenue 5, it's up to engineer Billie McEvoy to warn Capt. Ryan Clark, owner Herman Judd and his right-hand woman Iris Kimura that the incident may have a cataclysmic knock-on effect.The episode was rated from 1640 votes.
Last updated: nov 26, 2022
This show is absolutely terrible. 4 episodes out of 6, still cant recommend.
Wow. This is deeply unfunny. When terrible writing happens to great casts... with HBO money... Just astonishingly bad.
They should have invited Jack Black to play Judd.
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