The dude looks bigger than the Billionaire but initially I was going in that direction and the bit at the end did try and hint at it. I must admit E2 I did think it was him and parts of Episode 3 but it's hard to ignore the size of the killer compared to the billionaire.To me, there were a couple of plot missteps in this ep. I knew who that guy who shot the girl was right away, and the ending confirmed it IMO. Apart from that, I liked Harrison's development, and it made him more interesting. The billionaire is a red herring in regards to who the other serial killer is living there. That whole scene with the broken-down car is a smokescreen. But overall, the show is traveling along nicely.
Well no one knows apart from looking at the eye colour and looking at head shape and body shape.I had no idea who the masked man was til this thread.
I think you're onto something there.. It does seem like you say that the billionaire is a plot misdirect but he's definitely solely not in the show for that purpose. If I was to guess I'd say he's the Police Chief Daughter's real father. I can't see any other purpose for him otherwise. He has already had two interactions, solely with her and does seem to look at her with a reserved affection which I first interpreted as a murderous glint.
Either that, or Harrison already knows the truth about his dad via his step mother and convinced a drunkard that his son was alive to protect his father.Really, really good point I read on Reddit about the motivations for the dad pretending to have had a call from his son ..Reckon that’s pretty solid. Was trying to think why would one pretend, didn’t really make sense. That does.getting close to where he hides the bodies in the woods/where he kills. Pretend I spoke to my son.. search called off.
I think you mean Hannah? Yeah me too, I was looking forward to seeing her back. Im hoping Harrison is lying about her death.Would this be considered ice noir?
It's a better setting imo but that is just my personal taste.
I like the episode title appearing in an opening scene. More shows should do this
Deb is doing a good job as his inner voice, she sounds suitably demented for a mentally ill person.
Disappointed to hear that Heather didn't have a happy ending.
I've enjoyed it so far. Not as good as S1-S4 of course, but not much tv is.So is this actually any good? Very hesitant to bother considering how the original series ended.
Its too early to say really but I think if not far off the first 4 seasons. The most surprising thing is that Harrison is actually a good character and the actor is really working well with MCH. I can see why they chose him and that even if he is a bit older then he should be its been a good casting so far.I've enjoyed it so far. Not as good as S1-S4 of course, but not much tv is.
I'm finding myself looking forward to watching the new eps the minute they drop, so that's always a good sign.