With Kyle and his father Simon together again, the beacons are faced with the new step in their journey: seal the darkness, or face the consequences.
Kyle discovers his daughter Amber is of great significance to the Great Merge; as is Megan, for disturbing reasons.
An old face returns to Rome, and suddenly Sarah Barnes is missing from the hospital. Meanwhile, Sidney’s left at the hands of Rev. Anderson.
Kyle & Allison take their daughter Amber on the run from the demons, as Reverend Anderson brings Megan to the Lighthouse.
After Kyle grapples with the powerful force inside Chief Giles, he dies on the ER’s operating table & goes to another place.
When Kyle & Giles go to find Sidney, at the request of Mayor Boyd, they find only new horrors.
Kyle uncovers more about his father, & Reverend Anderson comes face to face with Aaron after all this time.
Megan must face the consequences of her actions. Meanwhile, a disappearance in Rome leads Kyle & Anderson to a new, dangerous consequence of the rise in possessions.
Mark’s body turns up, making Megan feel guilty as she struggles to understand what happened. And Sidney lurks around Rome.
Kyle Barnes picks up the pieces to move on, as he & Chief Giles still hope to uncover Rome’s demon problem in its entirety. But Reverend Anderson is drawn in another direction by his guilt.
Cinemax’s Outcast Season 1, Episode 10: “This Little Light” Directed by Loni Peristere Written by Chris Black * For a recap & review of the previous episode, “Close to Home” – click here * For a recap & review of the Season 2 premiere, click here. The Holter place is no longer safe. Megan (WrennContinue reading “Outcast – Season 1, Episode 10: “This Little Light””
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