Predictions for the “Big Sky” Season Finale: What I’m Dying to See and More!

Happy Monday TV Fans! As we approach the season finale of Big Sky, there is quite a lot I want to see, but will we have time to address it all in the jam-packed finale?

**Please note spoilers are ahead if you are not caught up with this series.**

Big Sky has quickly become one of my favorite shows and I am so thrilled that it has been picked up for season 2 already. That eases my mind about a cliffhanger that may never be resolved as we approach the finale.

We know that we can’t chase Ronald forever, but it’s really a lot of fun.

So, what can we expect from the season finale?

Based on what happened in the previous episode, it seems like things are pretty much wrapped up with the mystery surrounding Blake’s family. Justice was kind of served and it looks like Britt Robertson’s character will be the one calling the shots now, but I think it’s safe to say that this story has run its course.

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I’m honestly looking forward to a new mystery next season that has a little bit more edge like the initial one.

Let’s talk about Ronald…

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Whether you love him or hate him, there’s just something about Ronald, but I think he may be out of options at this point. Much like I predicted, his girlfriend has a dark side and may be even crazier than him, but based on the previews, it looks like Ronald is going to be locked up…at least temporarily.

So, where does that leave Jerrie?

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I desperately want to see Jerrie get her revenge on Ronald. Everyone needs to stop telling her what to do so she can see this through on her own. She deserves it and honestly I would really like to see the other girls return as well even though they haven’t appeared on the second half of the show.

Let’s let Jerrie shine and have her moment. Watch out, Ronald!

What else is Ronald hiding?

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We know that Ronald murdered his girlfriend’s sister, but that isn’t really much of a surprise for Dewell and Hoyt. We need something else…something unexpected. So, what is it?

Did Ronald take out an insurance policy in case he was caught?

I’m hoping for something really dark and twisted here, but we’ll have to wait and see.

I know that the Ronald story-line can’t last forever, but it’s a good one and maybe he can act as the new Hannibal Lecter when other serial killers start coming to town so he can stay involved with the show.

Either way, I’m excited to watch the season finale and I can’t wait to see more mysteries arrive at Dewell and Hoyt’s doorstep.

If you haven’t watched Big Sky yet, you can catch up now on ABC and on Hulu!

Feel free to post your own thoughts and theories on Big Sky in the comments section below. Thanks so much for reading and happy viewing!

Best,

Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl

PLAY BY THE RULES…STAY ALIVE…

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A harmless night of fun turns deadly for six college friends but the game has only just begun. Take a mystery thrill ride right from your own living room. Dash and Seek is out now!

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Spoiler-Free Review of “Big Sky” Mid-Season Premiere: Same Duo, New Mystery

**This is a spoiler-free review so feel free to read on!**

Dewell and Hoyt are back!

Big Sky was the epitome of a guilty pleasure thriller when it premiered in the Fall. We had cat fights, an edge-of-your seat mystery involving a trucker abducting two girls, and some crazy twists along the way.

I was super excited to find out that the show was returning, but now that they have wrapped up the bulk of the mystery, what’s next for Big Sky?

Let’s find out…

As a reminder, the show stars Katheryn Winnick, Kylie Bunbury, Brian Geraghty, and Jesse James Keitel. The mid-season premiere released on April 13th as a two hour episode. Weekly episodes will air on ABC, similar to the first half of the season.

While you might be wondering about the direction of the show now that the mystery from the first half of the show is resolved, we still have a familiar face making some waves while Jenny receives a call from an old flame who needs her help. We are introduced to a new set of characters to keep us guessing while Dewell and Hoyt try to put the pieces together before it’s too late.

The Pros:

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Dewell and Hoyt are a dream team!

In the beginning of the series, I wasn’t crazy about these two. The introduction to them felt like I was stuck in a soap opera and I was more invested in the actual mystery behind the missing girls.

However, as the episodes continued, I started to like these two together more and more and I really think that their partnership has come a long way. They make a good team and really balance each other out.

I’m excited that they are still working together and I really love that they are not afraid to challenge authority. These two women kick ass and I can’t wait to see what’s next for them in the second half of the season!

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What’s up with Ronald?

Creepy, cereal-crazed Ronald is back and is sporting a horrendous wig, but is he planning something, trying to lay low or dealing with his mommy issues?

He has a new girlfriend who seems to have a dark side to her so will these two end up becoming some kind of twisted Bonnie and Clyde?

I’m not sure, but Ronald is making a lot of mistakes along the way. Plus, those stalker phone calls need to stop!

Either way, I’m intrigued!

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Great guest stars!

I’m a huge fan of Michael Raymond-James who appeared in True Blood and Once Upon a Time. He has a lot of charm and I can already feel the heat between him and Jenny.

We also have some other amazing guest stars like Britt Robertson and Michelle Forbes so I’m confident that we will get some more characters to hate/love.

The Cons:

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A messy new mystery.

I’m a little confused after watching the first two episodes back and part of that is because a lot of the mystery surrounding Jenny’s ex, Blake, deals with his family. We spend a lot of time with them and I’m really not sure what is going on here. I’m not super hooked on the new mystery just yet, but I’ll give it some time.

It’s a little strange because when I started this show, I was immediately hooked on the mystery and it took me a little while to warm up to Dewell and Hoyt. Now, I have the opposite issue. I LOVE Dewell and Hoyt and I even really like Blake, but his family is giving us a lot of complicated messes and I’m not sure if I’m truly invested, but I’m willing to give it a chance for sure.

So am I in or out?

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I’m in!

The second half of the season might be starting off a little messy, but I think that this series has a great way of finding its magic as it moves forward with its reveals and twists.

The Ronald angle also has a lot of potential as it keeps that story alive for us to keep us further invested.

I’m on team Dewell and Hoyt for life and I’m confident that we will get to witness more guilty pleasure thrills from them as the series progresses.

I hope you enjoyed the review and feel free to post your own thoughts and theories on Big Sky in the comments section below. Thanks so much for reading and happy viewing!

Best,

Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl

DON’T TAKE THE JOB…

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It was only supposed to be temporary…but when Olivia Crewe accepts a new position that seems too good to be true, she soon discovers that twelve other girls previously had the same job as her. Only none of them lasted for more than thirty days. No notice. Nothing…right before they mysteriously disappeared without a trace.

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Spoiler-Free Review of “Big Sky” on ABC: Highway Thrills and Spills

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Beware the open road…

Big Sky premiered on ABC on November 17th 2020. The series will feature 10 weekly episodes. It stars Katheryn Winnick, Kylie Bunbury, Ryan Phillippe, and Brian Geraghty.

Based on the novel, “The Highway,” this new David E. Kelley series follows a small town kidnapping mystery, revealing character connections along the way.

Here is the trailer:

Big Sky may be the new roadside thriller we need, but does it do enough to keep us invested? Let’s find out…

The Pros:

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Enough twists to keep you coming back for more.

I wouldn’t say that this thriller is delivering anything new, but it’s just what I need right now. I want to know more and the twists grabbed my attention. That will at least have me coming back for two more episodes to see what is going on here.

There are some creepy and intense moments sprinkled in as well, but we need more!

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Supporting characters steal the show.

There are plenty of familiar faces in this series and I was excited to see Ryan Phillippe back on the small screen. I’m a huge fan of Cruel Intentions and I Know What You Did Last Summer, but I really enjoyed his performance in the suspense series, Secrets and Lies that came out a few years ago.

However, I have to give props to some of the minor characters who managed to keep this show alive in the midst of some lacking performances. The potential victims are a lot more interesting than some of the obvious stars and I want to know more about them.

The Cons:

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The sub-plot is lacking…

I mean, really lacking. We jump into these soap-opera-esque cat fights filled with bad dialogue and acting. I was honestly ready to turn the show off during several points because of this. The mystery is enough to keep me invested for now, but that can quickly change.

Weird mentions of the pandemic.

I don’t know if this was meant to be intentional because of the timing of this release, but we get a few misplaced mentions of the pandemic. Only we don’t see anyone wearing masks and there is little context here.

I’m not sure that this was really necessary and it didn’t do the show any favors.

So am I in or out?

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I’m about 50/50 on this one.

The acting and writing is lacking in a lot of areas and it may be enough to make you tune out on this one for good, but if you enjoy guilty-pleasure thrillers, there is enough happening to keep you coming back for more.

I have to admit that the twist at the end of the pilot episode changed my tune and now I want to see what happens next. Either way, I’m in for a little bit more, but I’ve definitely lowered my expectations.

I hope you enjoyed the review and feel free to post your own thoughts and theories on Big Sky in the comments section below. Thanks so much for reading and happy viewing!

Best,

Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl

DON’T TAKE THE JOB…

Girl Number Thirteen Lurking Promo

It was only supposed to be temporary…but when Olivia Crewe accepts a new position that seems too good to be true, she soon discovers that twelve other girls previously had the same job as her. Only none of them lasted for more than thirty days. No notice. Nothing…right before they mysteriously disappeared without a trace.

My new supernatural thriller Girl Number Thirteen is out now! I hope you enjoy!

Girl Number Thirteen is available here!

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