We learn who killed Natalie and Ann, in spectacular fashion, as well as how and why? Leaving you overwhelmed and surely pledging your undying loyalty to the killer’s actor and Gillian Flynn.
As all signs point to Adora, there remains the question of – not why she did it, but more so how?
With Ann’s bike being found, Richard digging into Camille’s past, and Camille haunted by every dead girl she knows, we draw closer and closer to getting pertinent answers.
Mr. Lacey becomes the latest we need to keep our eye on as the Calhoun Day pageant shows how rooted in f***ery Wind Gap has always been.
A handful of reveals continue to bring the Ann and Natalie’s murder to the forefront and give some oil to get your wheels turning.
The investigation into the deaths of Ann and Natalie begin to gain traction as Amma and Adora become more suspicious.
As Camille’s relationship with townspeople, and her mother, gets further established, so does her similarities to Natalie.
Sharp Objects, like many an HBO mini-series before, reminds you why the network is the anti-Netflix by focusing on quality over quantity.