STREAMING,TV RAISED BY WOLVES SEASON 2 EPISODE 7

RAISED BY WOLVES SEASON 2 EPISODE 7

Raised by Wolves S02E07 Analysis

Raised by Wolves Season 2 Episode 7 is the penultimate instalment of the second season of an American science fiction drama television series created by Aaron Guzikowski. Famed director Ridley Scott is an executive producer on the series and directed the first two episodes of season 1. Thus, the series carries many of the genre hallmarks associated with Scott’s science fiction films especially, the Alien franchise, which we will discuss further below.

S P O I L E R S

Entitled “Feeding”, Raised by Wolves Season 2 Episode 7 brings us no closer to answers concerning the great mysteries introduced in this second season. The series is now perilously close to throwing in plot lines without providing any glimmer of resolution whatsoever. The so-called Lost syndrome. Especially when there’s only one more episode in season two after this! Therefore, one cannot help but feel a sense of letdown that nothing has been resolved or explained yet.

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In terms of plot developments, as far as we know, Sue has been turned into the tree of life (!), Paul bringing back its fruits back to the Collective caused the serpent to freak out, fly to the tree and devour it thereby evolving into a killing machine of sorts. Mother is unable to kill the serpent due to her programming (it’s her child, you see) resulting in her being damaged and in a bizarre twist, Marcus and Mother become allies to kill the serpent. Meanwhile, Father and the kids attempt to recover Tempest’s baby with unexpected results threatening the social fabric of the children themselves.

As one can see, there is little doubt that in Raised by Wolves Season 2 Episode 7, the plot is still moving at a fast pace but unfortunately the lack of exposition whatsoever becomes increasingly frustrating. What does this all mean? Do the writers even know? Will any of this be resolved in the finale? Hmm.

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