This is my latest series and I’m so excited about it! I’ve been watching it for a few months now and I finally got the greenlight from my writer’s group to put the show on Netflix. I’m so happy about this because I had a lot of thoughts about the show when I first read the synopsis and I didn’t want to ruin it for anyone by spoiling it for them.
I’m so excited about the show that I forgot to mention that i watched it for the first time since the season 2 finale, which is also my first viewing of the season 3 premiere.
In a way, season 3 premiere is the most optimistic about the show that season 2 ever was. In an episode that was essentially about the final hour of season 2, season 3 picks up instead with the gang trying to recover from the events that happened in season 2 and the main character Colt Vahn attempting to become a Visionary himself.
The season 3 premiere was actually the first time that I really noticed the show’s new emphasis on the “bad girl” in its cast. You see, this is an episode about the gang trying to get back together after the events of season 2, but also as a way to give Colt a character arc. The series had always been about the gang’s internal struggles, and now that they were trying to heal their fractured relationship, it felt like a natural progression.
Not all bad girls are as dark or twisted as the three Visionaries on this episode, but they do have their own kind of darkness. One of the Visionaries is a psychotic serial killer and the others are, you guessed it, bad girls. They still have their own sense of good and bad, but it is a sense that is not always based on who they want to be.
Sometimes it is not about where you are physically, but where you want to be. Sometimes, it is about who you want to be. Sometimes it is about who you want to be. Sometimes it is about who you want to be.
The thing I love about the Visionaries is that they are not all one singular thing. They are not all bad girls. They are not all good girls. They are not all crazy. They are not all normal. They are not all white. They are not all good girls. They are not all bad girls. They are not all crazy girls. They are not all normal girls. They are not all good girls. They are not all bad girls. They are not all crazy girls.
After the death of her mother, Claire is forced to become a Visionary. The Visionaries have been her family for so long that she thinks if she has the power to choose, she might actually be able to choose the right path. She must choose between them to save her mother and protect her sister, but she must also choose to become one as well. She has to learn to see the difference between them all.
After a little bit, it’s clear that Claire has a lot of trouble reconciling her identity as a Visionary with her new role. She has to fight to maintain her old feelings and to find her place with the Visionaries. Claire does what she can to keep her sanity in these dark times. She takes care of her mother and her sister, she goes to school, and she tries to be what she can be for them all.
The third season is a much more mature conclusion to the story of Claire and her mother. She learns to see the difference between the Visionaries and the people who call themselves the “good girl”, and she also learns that things are only going to get more complicated with her mother’s death.