Netflix’s Locke & Key Season 3 Spoiler Review

Netflix's Locke & Key Season 3 Spoiler Review


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After Kinsey and Bode used the Memory Key, ensuring they’d remember magic—and after Kinsey, Bode, Tyler, and Nina used the Timeshift Key to travel to the past for one last reunion with Rendell—the family tossed all the keys into the portal, realizing that’s what they needed to do to seal it forever. That action tied perfectly into Locke & Key’s prominent themes of honoring the past while also being mindful of not letting the past hold you back. And, to paraphrase Rendell, it also emphasized the show’s ultimate message about how the people you love are what provide life’s most important magic. (Plus: The Splattering 2 premiere was a smash success!) It hustled to get there, but Locke & Key managed to find closure on a note that felt happy, hopeful, and also appropriately melancholy.

Locke & Key seasons 1-3 are all streaming on Netflix.


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