Gavin’s Season 2 Finale Leap Of Faith To La Brea Could Backfire

Gavin's Season 2 Finale Leap Of Faith To La Brea Could Backfire

Spoilers ahead: Season 1 finale La BreaThe name of the company is “Topanga.”

The first season La Brea The end is nearIt was a long finale that raised more questions than it answered within an hour. But it did at least guarantee that. IsaiahTo guarantee that, they made it through and to the portal. Gavin, he’ll go on to marry EveFather Izzie JoshIt is possible, but it is not certain that much else. Gavin and Izzie made a leap of faith to end the season. Ella through a portal to try and reach their loved ones, which was a bold and heroic move… that may backfire on them almost immediately in Season 2 Blockbuster Hit

After jumping through a portal, the 2021 trio found themselves on a beach. They were luckily right at the water’s edge and not out to sea. They got the confirmation that they were at some point in the distant past when a woolly mammoth strode out of the forest for a dip in the water, and they seemed to think that it’s just a matter of trekking from 10,000 B.C.-era Seattle to 10,000 B.C.-era Los Angeles before they find their lost loved ones. 

Initial thoughts were that this was a sign of their goal. But, they soon realized it was not. They jumped through a portal to the past with no water bottle and had no supplies to aid three 21st century people who live thousands of years from their time. (Or Lost-esque bunkers(Convenient supplies.) According to La BreaDavid Appelbaum, creator and co-showrunner of the show, said things are far more serious than just not having enough snacks or spare socks. He said TVLine:

I don’t want to say exactly where they go, but in Season 2 they will be in a different time period. Their story will go beyond 10,000 B.C. That will be one of the fun things about Season 2, finding them in a world completely different from anything we’ve seen on the show so far.

They won’t be able to reunite with their loved ones if they’re not even in the same time in the past! The shot of them on the beach didn’t yield any big clues about how far away in the timeline they are from 10,000 B.C. Other than the fact that woolly mammals are still around, this shot of them on the beach didn’t give any clues about how far away they were in the timeline. Are they closer to 1988 and 2021 or is it much longer? 

And they don’t have any snacks or spare socks! They’re actually in a worse position than all the people Who fell into the first sinkhole?Los Angeles because they had enough supplies to scavenge from cars and lots of people to share their resources with. 

Even if absolutely everything goes right for them, they still have a long walk across what has to be some rough terrain in unfamiliar territory, unless there’s a reveal of more solar-powered towers somehow in the past. David Appelbaum went on to explain what’s on the way for their journey: 

The adventure of their trip to Los Angeles will be an entertaining story point. I don’t want to give away how they get there or how that journey exactly goes, but it’s going to be one of the big pleasures of Season 2, taking these characters who had been in the modern world this whole time and seeing how they survive in the world down there. There is no clearing, and there are no other people that they’ve fallen down there with, so it’s going to be an interesting thing to see what they do — and if they can get there.

The good news – if there is good news about the fact that these three people popped out in the wrong era instead of the best-case scenario – is that La BreaOver the first season, it was clear that time travel can be tricky and lead to surprising connections and reunions. Whether Gavin, Izzie, and Ella are two months or two centuries separated from the people they love, there’s still every chance of a reunion.

NBC already had the opportunity to make this happen, fortunately. Renewed La Brea for Season 2 before the Season 1 finale, so fans didn’t have to worry about the fate of the series heading into “Topanga.”Fans might have to wait for the next developments to be revealed. La Brea isn’t on the 2022 schedule for NBC’s winter or spring lineup, and may not be back until the fall if it follows the same schedule for Season 2 Season 1. Check out our website for some viewing options that you can access sooner than expected. 2022 Winter and Spring Premiere Schedule!

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