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The Best Episodes of The Crossing

Every episode of The Crossing ranked from best to worst. Let's dive into the Best Episodes of The Crossing!

Refugees from a war-torn country start showing up to seek asylum in an American town. Only the country these people are from is America and the war they are fleeing is 250 years in the future. The local sheriff with a past, a federal agent and a mother in search of her missing refugee daughter drive this allegory with a surprising conspiracy at the center.

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The best episode of "The Crossing" is "These are the Names", rated 8/10 from 348 user votes. It was directed by N/A and written by N/A. "These are the Names" aired on 6/9/2018 and is rated 0.2 point(s) higher than the second highest rated, "Pilot".

  • These are the Names
    8.0/10 348 votes

    #1 - These are the Names

    Season 1 Episode 11 - Aired 2018-06-09

    The lives of the refugees hang in the balance as Jude and Nestor team up with an unlikely ally. Meanwhile, Eve and Lindauer move forward with their ruthless effort to tie up loose ends.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • Pilot
    7.8/10 892 votes

    #2 - Pilot

    Season 1 Episode 1 - Aired 2018-04-02

    After 47 refugees mysteriously wash up in a small fishing town, local sheriff Jude Ellis teams with DHS agent Emma Ren to assess their unusual claim ... that they're fleeing a war 180 years in the future. The mystery deepens when Jude realizes that one of the new arrivals possesses heightened abilities and is a threat to his town, setting the two of them on a collision course. As the rest of the refugees acclimate to their unfamiliar surroundings, Emma learns that one has information that calls into question everything she thought she knew about our present time.

    Director: Rob Bowman

    Writer: Dan Dworkin, Jay Beattie

  • The Androcles Option
    7.8/10 320 votes

    #3 - The Androcles Option

    Season 1 Episode 10 - Aired 2018-06-09

    Jude and Nestor form a plan to break the refugees out of the camp, but it’s complicated when Sophie arrives with information on Reece’s whereabouts. Not content to wait, Marshall takes matters into his own hands.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • Ten Years Gone
    7.6/10 422 votes

    #4 - Ten Years Gone

    Season 1 Episode 5 - Aired 2018-04-30

    Flashbacks reveal a haunting connection between Marshall and the early migration. Meanwhile, Jude investigates a mysterious disappearance, and Sophie risks her life and career to help Reece save her daughter.

    Director: Jeffrey G. Hunt

    Writer: Rebecca Sonnenshine

  • Hope Smiles from the Threshold
    7.6/10 314 votes

    #5 - Hope Smiles from the Threshold

    Season 1 Episode 9 - Aired 2018-06-04

    A local homeless woman’s surprising connection to the crossing provides Jude and Nestor with crucial answers about what really happened at the threshold. Meanwhile, Naomi’s growing influence at the camp leads to a shocking confrontation.

    Director: P.J. Pesce

    Writer: Matt Olmstead

  • The Face of Oblivion
    7.5/10 449 votes

    #6 - The Face of Oblivion

    Season 1 Episode 4 - Aired 2018-04-23

    Desperate to rescue his son, Oliver, from a potentially lethal situation, Jude reaches out to Emma with a request that could endanger the lives of everyone at the camp. Meanwhile, Hannah’s secret past comes to light, Sophie discovers something unexpected in Leah’s blood work and Paul discloses a shocking piece of information about the earlier migration.

    Director: Tara Nicole Weyr

    Writer: Evan Bleiweiss

  • Some Dreamers of the Golden Dream
    7.5/10 363 votes

    #7 - Some Dreamers of the Golden Dream

    Season 1 Episode 7 - Aired 2018-05-14

    As tensions in the camp rise, Craig Lindauer agrees to allow a select group of refugees take a trip into town, causing Jude to question the sudden show of goodwill. Meanwhile, Hannah shares startling information with Marshall, and Caleb discovers that a survivor amongst them is an Apex insider.

    Director: Alrick Riley

    Writer: Deirdre Mangan

  • A Shadow Out of Time
    7.4/10 557 votes

    #8 - A Shadow Out of Time

    Season 1 Episode 2 - Aired 2018-04-09

    In a flash-forward to the year 2187, Reece finds Leah, an orphaned Common baby, and goes against her Apex cohorts to take her in as her own. In present day, Jude – hoping for a peaceful solution with the Feds – is blindsided by a mysterious black-ops team’s intent on capturing Reece by any means necessary.

    Director: David Von Ancken

    Writer: Dan Dworkin, Jay Beattie

  • LKA
    7.4/10 384 votes

    #9 - LKA

    Season 1 Episode 6 - Aired 2018-05-07

    Jude is forced to confront his past when he travels back to Oakland to seek assistance from a former colleague. Meanwhile, Caleb reaches out to Marshall after noticing heightened security around the camp; and Sophie experiences an unexpected setback with her plan to help Reece reunite with her daughter.

    Director: Hanelle M. Culpepper

    Writer: Vivian Tse

  • Pax Americana
    7.3/10 480 votes

    #10 - Pax Americana

    Season 1 Episode 3 - Aired 2018-04-16

    A wounded Reece faces off with her pursuers miles away, while Jude’s plan to spend quality time with his son leads to a terrifying ordeal. Back at the camp, Hannah escapes to get her first look at the outside world as Dr. Sophie Forbin arrives to assess the larger threat presented by Leah’s unusual virus. Meanwhile, Emma discovers unsettling information which makes her question who she’s really working for.

    Director: Bill Speers

    Writer: Matthew Fernandes

  • The Long Morrow
    7.3/10 324 votes

    #11 - The Long Morrow

    Season 1 Episode 8 - Aired 2018-05-28

    A grisly discovery in camp leads to the arrest of an unlikely suspect, and a risky move by Jude may be the only way to expose the truth. Meanwhile, Reece finds herself captive, and Rebecca falls under the sway of Naomi in a way that could change everything.

    Director: Hanelle M. Culpepper

    Writer: Vivian Tse