“The Man Who Fell To Earth” ends its first season by exploring who can really be trusted when too many people want control and only for selfish gains?
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Alongside seeing the last weeks of Edward Flood’s life, Justin and Faraday try to outwit Spencer and Lisa to save theirs.
With Spencer having the authority he needs, he makes a move, leaving Faraday and Justin to go on the run, hoping they can avoid death or imprisonment.
Spencer’s background is dived into as Faraday continues to adapt in order to complete his mission. One in which Newton may not have given him all the essential details of.
As Faraday studies and explores what it means to be human, Josiah’s health takes a turn, and Lisa makes a discovery that brings Spencer joy.
As Faraday breaks the hold of being raised as a second-class citizen, Spencer makes his intentions clear and preps for other government agencies to soon swoop in.
Alongside learning what happened to Molly’s dad, Edie is forced to learn the truth about her own father.
With the introduction of the heads of OriGen, and Spencer being set up to be a proper villain, The Man Who Fell To Earth finishes its foundation and starts to get interesting.
The madness continues as Faraday is given his next assignment, and we learn one of the reasons Newton didn’t return to Anthea.
While it doesn’t start off great, as it ventures into the bizarre, The Man Who Fell To Earth will capture your attention.