The Lying Game Season 2 Review “To Lie For”

So this is it, the revelations we were offered in this week’s The Lying Game, ‘To Lie For’, will have to sate us for an undetermined amount of time, with this spring finale the last in currently scheduled episodes for the show. Before we get into the review, go and show your support before ABC Family put it on the shelf permanently. Now, what did we discover in this mind-blowing finale? The identity of Theresa’s killer, for one, but it might not be the same guy who killed Derek back in season one. Then there’s Jordan’s little admission to Mads, so are we to believe there’s three separate murderers hanging around, or could they cross over a little more than we’re thinking right now. Could Derek have been the brother Jordon killed? It’s doubtful, but we’ll have to wait and see how it plays out. Anyway, back to Theresa’s attacker – was it who you thought it was? READ MORE...


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Feb 4, 2016 5:39PM EST

gaaah I hate cliff hangers! I'm already counting the days to when this show picks back up again. (crossing my fingers and hoping they renew it). I need an explanation on what Thayer had against Theresa. I also really need to know what happened to Alec...urgh, it's frustrating when they have such a good season of a show and it's unclear when/if it will continue.

One last thought about this episode, I really loved that scene where Sutton is hitting tennis balls, trying to blow off some steam after Ethan told her it’s over between them. She really does a great job of just conveying emotion with her body language in that scene, it's a great piece of acting, plus I really liked that song that played (evidently it's called "Madness in the Air" by a band I've never heard of before, Friends of Desire). Alexandra Chando is the best!

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