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‘The Wilds’ Ending Explained
For those who watched Season 2 in a single sitting and are now seeking explanations, we understand. We’re eight episodes into the new season and still have no idea if or how the “control groups” (a reference to the opening scene of episode 8) made it. The Season 2 finale’s cliffhanger hints that we’re in for another “crazy” journey, even though there has been no official announcement for a new season.
In the first scene of episode 8, Shelby (Mia Healey) speaks to a crowd in a bar about the two lovers of her life, both of whom she lost. We see Toni (Erana James) humming along to her song as she begins to sing. She is dressed substantially differently than she was at the beginning of the scene. An indication that their relationship has survived? “Love is gone” wasn’t Shelby’s only topic of conversation recently. The notorious Gretchen Klein (Rachel Griffiths) once again scuppered the opportunity for a decisive response. After entering the green room, she asks Shelby, who is getting ready to meet Toni, which gummies (?) she wants, which might mean that the ladies did manage to escape their hostage situation, despite the fact that they ran into some difficulties along the way.
Fatin (Sophia Ali) and Shelby (Julianne Moore) are on the verge of discovering a significant discovery and escaping from the island. Helicopters are seen flying overhead as a sign of optimism, but Gretchen looks to be attempting to get control of the situation before the girls realize what is really going on. They’re doing their best, but soon after, Gretchen and her squad come to their rescue as things spiral out of control at the camp.
Things get a lot more complicated and intriguing from here on out. A significant shift occurs in Gretchen’s preparations for the big day when she meets with each of the “control group” one-on-one. Gretchen begins with Leah because she expects her to sign a legal document that would otherwise protect her study. The game looked to be in Leah’s favor! We see how Leah methodically planned the events leading up to this point so that Gretchen might see the truth and that everyone else could be set free at the same time. From keeping an eye on the notes Dean (Troy Winbush) and Daniel (David Sullivan) used to have when interrogating her to staging tantrums in order to steal her room key, everything was planned.
To ensure that Ian Murnen (James Fraser) was aware of “Dawn of Eve,” she utilized the one phone call she had with her to contact him and acquire the support she needed to get out of there. Gretchen’s son Devin and one of the lads who attended the “Hawaiian” retreat may be noticed in Ian’s approach to him. A team from his mother’s company rescued him from the first episode, where he had been staged to have died. After raising doubts about his mother’s experiment, he seemed to have shut himself off from her. When Ian approached the FBI, he was able to help because of their friendship. Leah’s life seemed to be on track until it was revealed that Season 3 is already in the works. Upon escaping from their confinement, the children learn that they have never left the island!
There will have to be another season to find out if Gretchen and the “control group” survive, and if they do (since Shelby and Toni are shown out in the world in the opening shot), how they managed to escape and how long it took them to do so. Thus, the season’s end leaves plenty of room for the show to return for another season. For the rest of our lives, we’ll be waiting to see what happens to this enthralling story if Prime Video doesn’t renew it.
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Gretchen accuses Dean of being a mole on her team and accuses him of betraying her. In return, she gives him a new life with his daughters, but she demands that he keep his mouth shut or she would put him in danger. Gretchen informs her crew aboard the plane that phase three has begun, and a new control group has been established.
Gretchen admits she has a contact on the island now that all the bugs and surveillance equipment have been removed. As a result, the adolescents are able to see the island from the top of the facility. Leah, enraged, yells through the speakers while music plays.
We’re now in Phase 3, and the final scene shows that Gretchen’s go-to guy is Seth.