On June 3, 2016, 'Banshee' co-creator Jonathan Tropper answered a bunch of Fanshee maswali (see link!). His majibu offered up some confirmations of assumed information, and some new information about characters and events in the series. Here I break some of it down, because I have feels.
I shall begin with...
A couple of Fanshees asked Tropper about Kai's final scene of the series:
As zaidi post-Banshee therapy, I slapped together a orodha of my 10 favourite Banshee preciouses. I hope wewe enjoy my fangirling/tears.
10. Angry Ant Jim Racine
He was a bit of a shit, but I really enjoyed Jim Racine's angry, uchungu, chungu little mission to fuck things up. And his death was epic. I wish he'd had a little zaidi screentime to poke at kofia a little while longer.
I realised as I was uandishi my series finale review that I had spent a shitload of time and words talking myself through the burton death, so I decided to lift the bulk of that out of my original review and have a dedicated burton death therapy session. Coz I am a totally normal person.
So it was ever-so-unsurprisingly revealed that Satan McHornFace was NOT Rebecca's killer. Cue my anxiety! I'd read shabiki theories about burton being the killer and it made sense and I was ok with it. The Rebecca-Burton rivalry had been set up long ago, and having it be a central storyline in the end...
Here is the first step in my Banshee Recovery Program. Yep, welcome to my therapy. This is my review of the series finale, 4x08 'Requiem'.
I wasn't really sure what I was expecting from the finale. The fourth season had been a little odd, with the focus on the, hate to say it, clichéd and kinda boring serial killer Satanists (more on that in another therapy session). With Satan McHornFace out of the way, I was hopeful that our last saa in Banshee would focus on our beloved crew of misfits, and on that front, the finale pretty much delivered.