The Third Day is a mystery-drama television miniseries which is directed by Marc Munden and Philippa Lowthorpe. The first episode of the series was premiered on September 14, 2020, on HBO.
The series was liked by quite a lot of people but some people found it a little too complicated. To ease up the things for you, The Third Day is divided broadly into two parts “the summers” and “the winters”.
A man and a woman make different journeys to a peculiar island British island of Osea.
The Cast Of The Third Day
- Jude Law as Sam
- Katherine Waterston as Jess
- John Dagleish as Larry
- Jessie Ross as Epona
- Mark Lewis Jones as Jason
- Paddy Considine as Mr. Martin
- Richard Bremmer as Old man
- Emily Watson as Mrs. Martin
- Naomie Harris as Helen
- Nico Parker as Ellie
- Borje Lundberg as Professor Mimir
The Ending Of Episode 2 Explained
It is difficult to perceive what happens next in the Third Day at any time. Sam has come out to be an untrustworthy narrator; he constantly keeps on seeing things that don’t exist.
With the end of each episode, we are left with a dreamlike vision which leaves us more skeptical about the show. We have seen constantly on the show that Sam has hallucinating problems due to the drugs he takes. So, this could also be a hallucination.
At the end of episode 2 of the Third Day, we saw that nervous Mrs. Martin came to Sam and told him to leave the place as soon as possible because Larry and his friends were coming for him. This could be possible because Larry saw Sam with Epona which didn’t make him happy.
Moreover, Larry wasn’t very pleased with the arrival of Sam on the island. Mrs. Martin led Sam towards the escape but left him in the middle of a forest which wasn’t quite convincing for us.
So, with all of this, we concluded that Sam might be hallucinating again due to the drugs he consumed. Besides, the outline of Episode 3 of the show pretty much shows that Sam is still alive but he could die in Episode 3 because that would be the last part of Season 1 of The Third Day. So, let’s wait and what he has in his face.