Spoiler warning for anybody who hasn’t but watched all six episodes of Channel Zero: No-Finish Home. Those that have watched ought to positively learn on, although.
Whereas the phrases “TV horror” would possibly instantly recall to mind The Walking Dead or American Horror Story, the fright-filled sequence that ought to be on everybody’s lips is Syfy’s doom-laden psychological roller coaster Channel Zero. The second season of the anthology, subtitled No-End House, only recently aired its finale, and whereas it positively introduced its WTF storyline to a correct conclusion, followers had been little doubt nonetheless scratching their heads over a few of the unanswered questions and particulars that had been deliberately left for us to mentally chew on. Fortunately, a few of our questions have been answered.
Channel Zero: No-Finish Home star Jeff Ward spoke at size with CinemaBlend about this loopy season, and whereas he clearly could not reveal all of the present’s secrets and techniques — since a few of these secrets and techniques weren’t meant to be resolved — he completely shined a lightweight on a number of particulars that had been gnawing our collective curiosity into pulp. Let’s dive in, lets?
What’s Up With Seth’s Former Girlfriends?
We are able to all agree that Seth got here throughout as a weirdo for eager to dwell in Houseworld on a regular basis, and it was already stomach-churning when Channel Zero: No-Finish Home revealed that Seth had a earlier girlfriend in there earlier than he introduced Margot. That poor soul was launched in a single cul-de-sac residence sitting and drawing and limitless variety of non-identical sketches that weren’t immediately addressed. Whereas it appeared like these would have all been of Seth, I requested Jeff Ward if it was doable these had been of the Home-born cannibal that appeared when she entered this world.
We thought that she was drawing me, that she was sketching my face, lke the one reminiscences that she had had left had been of me. So she was simply kinda left there all day simply scribbling my face. Nevertheless it positively additionally may very well be her cannibal. I do not know. I hadn’t considered that. That is fairly good.
I do like that there was some ambiguity there, for the reason that sketches weren’t as photo-realistic or something as they could have been in one other present. Plus, it may very properly have been sketches of each Seth and her cannibal, or perhaps a psychological combination of the 2. In any case, her discovery later ushered within the exponentially disturbing reality that Seth had been doing this sort of factor for years, with a row of homes occupied by his former loves/victims. (Jeff Ward does think about Seth to be “one thing near a serial killer” for his actions, too.) As I would puzzled what occurred to every of the ladies’s cannibals, I requested the actor if Seth was accountable for killing all of them.
Yeah, I at all times sort of considered it, in the identical method that Seth was keen and prepared and in a position to assist Margot dispatch of the daddy, that he had accomplished that with every of the cannibals, or at the least gotten them to the purpose the place they had been ravenous. Or had taken [the women] to a protected distance from their cannibals. However yeah, he positively needed to cope with every one in every of them. I virtually in my thoughts image it like there’s seven seasons of No-Finish Home for Seth’s story, and the earlier six had been him mastering tips on how to maintain every woman, tips on how to cope with their cannibals, and he bought higher at it each time. So Margot was sort of probably the most excellent. His finest run-up at it, till clearly it ended up destroying him.
Ward and I agreed that it might be extraordinarily attention-grabbing to observe that total run of occasions play out in prequel seasons. Sort of like watching Patrick Bateman in American Psycho, simply with out the raincoat. Learn on for extra!