IMDB Rating: 7.1/10
Rotten Tomatoes: 100%
Into the second episode now (I really wish that Netflix would release the entire season like they have before) and the fallout is happening from Black Lightning’s rescue of his daughters and no-one else.
When they get to his daughter again, and the parent of another kidnappee (is that even a word) starts to stake out the “hotel” that the girls are being forced to work in, The 100 start to make their plans. And she pays the ultimate price for her surveillance.
And so does Black Lightning.
This episode isn’t quite as action packed as the first was, but concentrates more on building the story to the season. I think it is beginning to shape up to be a decent series. It hasn’t yet blown my mind, but I am hoping it’s coming…