WILL TRENT joined forces with the local police to track down a dangerous serial killer. It is a case that spans over thirty years and touches everyone at the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. 

The writing of this episode was stellar. There were so many surprises and facts revealed. It boggled Will (Ramon Rodriguez) to such a degree that he now must come to terms with letting go of some heavy detritus from his childhood. “Holes” will have to be filled. It was not an expected plot twist, and it will significantly affect next week’s finale. 

WILL TRENT ended with a major cliffhanger that will take us to the first season’s conclusion. The ensemble must work together as a team to solve and save an important cast member. The show was riveting. Choices had to be made between “Nuns, not Johns” all while discovering “beets and beans.” Compelling, emotional scenes and necessary background info added to the dramatic entertainment. Even Betty, Will’s’ tiny dog, was overwhelmed with fear. 

I am looking forward to the last installment of WILL TRENT. I have no doubt it will be tense and exciting.

It is available to stream on ABC.

Esta Rosevear

Esta Rosevear has been a Theatre Arts teacher and director for 35+ years, published Children’s author of the Rebecca series, and is passionate about playing her violin, walking, gardening, and reading murder mysteries.

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