As Mahershala Ali triumphantly raised his Best Supporting Actor Oscar for "Green Book," Nic Pizzolatto and company wowed us with one of the greatest TV drama finales in HBO history.
"True Detective" Episode 8, "Now Am Found," changed the conversation from a whodunnit to an exploration of what it means to have needs, to have memories, and to let go.
Viewers were driven to redefine what a villain is, what triumph means, and what we accept as entertainment. The symbolism left a lot open to interpretation, and many questions went unanswered. But the resolution felt complete and instructive.
Join us for one last ride with Wayne and Roland, then write us at email@example.com for next week's final edition of The Watch.
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