New Big Sky Season 1 Spoilers For May 18, 2021 Finale Episode 16 Revealed

New Big Sky Season 1 Spoilers For May 18, 2021 Finale Episode 16 Revealed

Hey, “Big Sky” fans. Yes indeedy, we are back in action to give you guys another Big Sky spoiler session. In this one, we’re going to go over how this very first season will come to a conclusion because the next, new episode 16 will be the season 1 finale episode. It’s due out next Tuesday night, May 18, 2021.

The terrific ABC folks gave us a couple of new, official and extensive teaser descriptions for episode 16 via their official episode 16 press release. So, we’re going to dive straight into those and blast them at you right now. Let’s do it.

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First off, we’ve got an official title for this next, new finale episode 16 of Big Sky season 1. It’s called, “Love is a Strange and Dangerous Thing.” It sounds like episode 16 will feature some very interesting, intense, dramatic, action-filled and suspenseful scenes as Cassie and Jenny leave the Kleinasser women to take care of themselves.

Ronald leads everyone on a wild goose chase! A major battle takes place, which puts Jenny and Cassie’s lives at risk and more!

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Kleinsasser women situation. It turns out that Cassie and Jenny will indeed leave the Kleinsasser women alone so they can build their own path from here on out.

ABC’s official description for this Kassie, Jenny and Kleinsasser women storyline tells us,”Cassie and Jenny leave the Kleinsasser women to forge their own path, ridding themselves of their ranch troubles and heading back home.”

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The second spoiler scoop reveals that Ronald will still be up to no good by leading everyone on a wild goose chase and right into the clutches of the syndicate!

ABC’s description for this latest Ronald scenario reads like this, “Along with Jerrie and Lindor, they finally get to see Ronald behind bars, though he quickly strips them of any satisfaction by leading them on a wild goose chase, straight into the arms of the syndicate.”

The 3rd and last teaser description lets us know that a very brutal and extreme battle will go down at some point! This battle will allow Scarlet and Ronald to make an escape attempt. While Scarlet and Ronald escape, Cassie is going to get herself into a life-threatening situation, and Jenny will try to rescue her by risking her own life!

ABC’s description for this crazy battle situation reads like this, “A brutal battle ensues, clearing a path for Scarlet and Ronald to escape, but while they run off into the sunset Jenny risks her life to save Cassie’s. Is this the end for our dynamic duo? Only time will tell on the season finale of “Big Sky.”

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Episode 16 will feature a couple of guest stars. They are: Britt Robertson as character Cheyenne Kleinsasser, Michelle Forbes as character Margaret Kleinsasser and Omar Metwally as character Mark Lindor.

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Episode 16 was written by Annakate Chappell and Matthew Tinker, and it was directed by Michael Goi.

ABC’s press release confirmed that the next,new finale episode 16 of Big Sky’s current, premiere season 1 is indeed scheduled to hit the airwaves next Tuesday night, May 18, 2021 at approximately 9 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “Big Sky” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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