Things got ugly at the end of this gothic HBO mystery series. They were also maybe a bit confusing. The world’s TV writers have thoughts.
The HBO mini-series concluded Sunday night by reminding us, yet again, that there is something rotten at the core of the Crellin clan.
Over eight episodes, Ms. Clarkson’s character is revealed to be much more than just a domineering matriarch.
This week Camille comes to two alarming conclusions.
Camille is struggling mightily to escape devolving into the wild, miserable, victimized cheerleader she was in high school.
White residents of Wind Gap may not say “Confederate” aloud, but they’re happy to twist Civil War history to suit their barely veiled sympathies.
This week’s episode ended on quite the cliffhanger. What the heck was it?
Self-harm seems to run in Camille’s family, whatever its form.
The citizens of Wind Gap twist reality to suit their superstitions and pieties. But are those biases compromising the investigation?