‘Ringer’ Promises Big Reveal After Mid-Season Break

ringerSince its premiere, Ringer has constantly left fans on the edge of their seats, begging to gain some understanding amid all the mystery and intrigue. And now that the show’s about to pick up where it left off, the executive producers of the show, Eric Charmelo and Nicole Snyder, are guaranteeing you some answers. Warning: if you don’t want to encounter spoilers, stop reading now.

First, it definitely looks like we’re going to learn what drove Bridget and Siobhan apart in the first place. In a conversation with TVLine, Charmelo said, “There’s one singular incident that drove this gigantic wedge between the sisters, and we’re going to discover what that is.” And while we could assume that it has something to do with Siobhan’s mysterious photo of a young boy, all Charmelo revealed is that we’ll discover “why Bridget is on this path of redemption and why Siobhan is on this path of revenge.” He also reveals, “You will actually feel pity for Siobhan. It’s a tough thing to do, but you will!” That’s a little hard to believe, but if he says so then it must possible.

Additionally, Snyder reveals that Henry and the real Siobhan will actually come face-to-face – and soon! What’s more, she may even open up to her former lover and tell him the truth of what’s really going on, Snyder shares, “We never know what Siobhan is going to tell – even to the people she really loves. She may tell the truth to Henry or she may give a half-truth… She may do what she has to do to service her own plan.”

Either way, one thing’s for sure: Siobhan’s plan is nowhere close to being complete, and while our characters will partake in their fair share of romance, they’ll also have to endure more blood and death, and no one is safe. Charmelo cryptically hints there will be “lots of bodies. Anyone and everyone is fair game,” including all of the main characters. Are you half as excited as I am?

Don’t miss a brand new episode of Ringer starting tonight at 9 p.m. ET/PT on the CW.

Source: TV Line