Did you wrap up your summer? Ready to head back to school? The shows are, as we have a season finally and two series finales. Alfred says the name that makes superheroes stop fighting this week in a doubt header, Preacher is reflective in Masada. Legion wraps up his show in the final episode of his third season. Young Justice deals with betrayals. The Handmaid has an episode 13 of a season my source thought was only twelve episodes long. Krypton has Supergrandad ending his season with the climactic fight with General Zod. Elementary lets Sherlock and Joan bow out gracefully.
[All synopses (and titles) from Trakt.tv below the cut, except when there really aren’t any. (If a show’s synopsis is a spoiler to you, do not click More…)]
Pennyworth – S01E03 – Martha Kane – Alfred accepts an assignment from photojournalist Martha Kane that turns increasingly dangerous.
Pennyworth – S01E04 – Lady Penelope – Alfred and Martha Kane take a train ride into the countryside on an assignment, while tragedy strikes in London.
Preacher – S04E03 – Deviant – Tulip gets in too deep in Masada; Cassidy reflects on a lost life; the Saint closes in on Jesse.
Legion – S03E08 – Chapter 27 – The end of the end. Series Finale
Young Justice: Outsiders – S03E22 – Antisocial Pathologies – The betrayals come fast and furious — and with them is a reckoning.
The Handmaid’s Tale – S03E13 – Mayday – The first child of Peter and Mary Jane are reunited with their baby daughter by Kaine.
Krypton – S02E10 – The Alpha and the Omega – The future of Krypton is at stake as Seg faces off against his enemy, General Zod, with the help of his allies. [Season Finale]
Elementary – S07E13 – Their Last Bow – Amidst Sherlock and Joan’s battle with tech billionaire Odin Reichenbach, the investigators receive word of their old enemy and Sherlock’s former love, Jamie Moriarty. [Series Finale]
I haven’t seen tonight’s season finale of Handmaid’s Tale yet, but that description doesn’t sound right.
I got annoyed with them never having a description, so I borrowed one.
Kind of figured it was from the Spiderverse and wondered if it was something like that or just a cut & paste error. Anyway, here’s what IMDB has to say, FWIW: “June must decide how far she’s willing to go. Serena Joy and Commander Waterford think about a new way forward.”
They’ve provided an accurate summary that reveals almost nothing.
JD realizes there’s one more episode this year and postpones the final review a week. Also, thinks he knows how they’ll end the season.
I would have made a different Mayday joke if I knew there was a character named June. (Mayday had a clone, but instead of being called June she was April.)
June is the titular Handmaid (unnamed in Atwood’s novel).
The finale of Elementary was….interesting. There really wasn’t much of a mystery and what there was was really just a framing narrative. It did serve to tie up a loose end or two, though. We even finally got to Watson writing about the adventures. As a denouement for the overall series, it basically of worked. Especially the “and life goes on even though things have changed” scene at the end.
I got the feeling they wanted to get Moriarty back for at least a cameo but couldn’t for whatever reason. I’m not sure if that made things better or worse.
My wife and I loved the finale. It gave us them working together, and answered just about every question you could have about how their lives continued (and thus, would continue) after the show really ended last episode. It’s maybe one of my top three series finales, ever.