The newest episode of Big Sky’s second season is coming up fast, and chances are this installment will be bringing fans a major showdown. One that Big Sky fans have been waiting to see for quite some time.
The popular ABC series has never pulled any punches when it comes to each action-packed episode each of which is always chock full of plenty of drama and mystery. However, this upcoming episode titled The End Has No End is likely to be a pretty big one.
Right now, there is certainly quite a bit going on in the series among almost every single Big Sky character. From the developments within the storyline of Jamie-Lynn Siegler’s Tonya, information regarding the mysterious Travis who is played by Logan Marshall-Green, the popular series certainly has quite a bit to cover.
However, the biggest storyline that the Big Sky characters must continue to face is one that began in the show’s very first season’s premiere episode, the elusive, and frightening, Ronald.
Ronald has finally escaped from John Carroll Lynch’s Wolf. And, it seems, the criminal has one thing on his mind, vengeance against Kylie Bunbury’s Cassie Dewell.
Is ‘Big Sky’s’ Cassie Dewell In Grave Danger?
We do know the Big Sky fugitive certainly has the ability to be dangerous. But, will Ronald actually go all the way and kill the private detective. According to CarterMatt, this is not likely to happen. Cassie is a core character in Big Sky and the show would certainly be very different without her.
And, we know how tough Cassie Dewell can be. Dedicated Big Sky fans know there is probably a good chance that if anyone were to get hurt in a Cassie and Ronald confrontation it is likely going to be Ronald. And, fans of the series also know that Wolf is on the hunt for his escapee. Things are certainly not looking good for Ronald if Wolf finds him first!
The upcoming Big Sky installment is also the final one to air during this calendar year. So, chances are it will bring with it a cliffhanger or two. The first season of Big Sky did develop two major storylines. The season can be broken into two categories: the kidnappings, and everything that happens after the rescue of the girls. This was a formula that worked well in the show’s premiere season. However, the way things are unfolding this season suggests that showrunners will not be going the same route with season two.