In trying to be a light drama, Trinkets avoids addressing what’s human about its characters and barely takes us beyond the surface.
It all comes to a head, and it seems time for everyone to face the music. Question is, is the finale good enough for this to not end up Trinket’s swan song?
After the fight in the last episode, the trio is split up, and you come to realize they are stronger together than they are apart.
As Tabitha experiences the beginning of a personal breakthrough, there is also one in the friendship between Moe and Elodie.
From what it appears, this book adaptation could become one of Netflix’s newest YA hits – if it plays its cards right.