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In the season finale, Damien faces tragedy and finally decides to embrace his role as the Antichrist. But after a meandering season that never managed to justify its existence.
In the show’s best episode yet, Damien has nowhere else to turn and seeks out an exorcist from the Vatican, hoping that she can put an end to all of the death that has been occurring around him.
Damien finally articulated why we should his existential crisis. We must admit that we are now interested in seeing what becomes of Damien, something that would have been previously unimaginable.
Damien learns some crucial information about his true nature and the shadowy group that has been trying to bring about the rise of the Antichrist, while Sister Greta begins to marshall an offensive against him.
Compared to past weeks, this episode had a number of threads that showed potential. Unfortunately, it proceeded to squander those threads by convoluting the narrative, making it unnecessarily difficult to follow in a failed attempt to put us in Damien’s disoriented shoes.
After five episodes of the show (half the length of the season’s ten episode run) it’s become clear in this week’s episode, titled “Seven Curses,” that the least interesting aspect of Damien is Damien himself.
This week’s episode of Damien, “The Number of a Man,” was the show’s best yet, with the first inkling that there may be some potential in its story.
It’s possible that this week’s episode of Damien, titled “The Deliverer,” was its best yet. It’s also possible that this week’s episode of Damien was its worst yet. It’s hard to tell. But let’s begin at the end and work back from there…
Against all odds, the second episode of A&E’s DAMIEN, titled “Second Death,” managed to be a worse hour of television than the series premiere. In this week’s episode Damien begins to learn more about his past.