“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?
As Emmett seeks new advice on co-parenting and being a man, Trig evolves into Victor, who struggles with the idea of what it takes to run for City Council.
As people start new chapters in their lives, there is a struggle to let go of the familiar as old faces keep coming around, and for some, the unknown feels too scary to venture alone.
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 things wrap up with each First Lady’s greatest, post-First Lady, accomplishment, we’re reminded why they were the focus of this mini-series.
As Michelle is tasked to do for Hillary as she did for Barack, Eleanor deals with the US prepping for World War II and Betty with multiple interventions.
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 Gerald Ford’s administration ends, Michelle faces the murders of Black kids by vigilantes and cops, and Eleanor the inaction of her husband against Nazis.
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.