Now that the first season is over, many fans peripheral Naturally, he wonders if the series will get approval for a second season. Still, until one is announced, all we can do is dive deep into the end of the first season and look for possible clues as to where the story might go from here.
Warning: This post contains spoilers for the entire first season. peripheral.
first season peripheral It follows Flynne Fisher, who lives in 2032 and discovers that her world is part of an experiment conducted by various dark characters in 2099 London. Flynne can access this future through a peripheral that’s basically a VR headset that allows him to pilot a robotic body in that world. As the first season progressed, we were introduced to various villains that Flynne was tasked with stopping, including Dr. Also included are Cherise Nuland and the head of a mob, Zev Lubov. -esque organization known as Klept.
Flynne doesn’t defeat any of these foes in the season 1 finale, but at least for now, he’s averting an apocalypse in the 2032 timeline known as the Jackpot. Cherise initially planned to destroy the world known as the Draft, due to information that she was worried she might fall into Klept at the hands of Flynne. When Flynne discovers Cherise’s plan to end her obsession, she decides to implement her own plan to save the world from destruction.
Flynne’s plan includes dying on his stud
Flynne’s plan to save the rest of his cob is to die. After aligning with Inspector Lowbeer, Flynne enacts a plan that will mean the end of his life in 2032, but not entirely. After infiltrating the Research Institute, it creates another stub and then destroys the device that will allow Cherise to discover her whereabouts. He died in his original world but found a new pocket universe where he could exist almost exactly the same without being pursued by Cherise.
Now, Cherise has no reason to destroy Flynne’s cob that the Research Institute had initially invested so much time and money on in conducting experiments of the sort that would actually be illegal.
Klept can still destroy Flynne’s stud
In a post-credits scene, we see that Flynne’s actions may be a temporary solution to a more persistent problem. Lubov is seen meeting with the other members of Klept and they tell him that if even one branch is causing trouble, he must cut down the entire tree. It’s a metaphor, but it seems to explicitly hint at the idea that Lubov and Klept could come for Flynne’s cob in season two of the series. Flynne may have averted a crisis for her world by sacrificing herself, but all she’s doing is giving the people she loves in that world a little more time.