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Vindication: Season 2 Review

I shared last week about Vindication and how much I loved it. Now I’ve had a chance to watch the first four episodes of Season 2, and I can tell you it’s just as good or even better than Season 1.

Season 2 continues with the same basic storyline but adds in new characters including Janet, Detective Travis’ quirky secretary, played by my friend Candance Kirkpatrick, and Joe Anderson, restaurant owner and friend of Travis, played by my friend Cameron Arnett.

Episode 3 focuses on Kris as she investigates a case that might involve her brother and as she starts to admit her feelings for Kevin. As with each episode, it’s complex with constant twists and turns and unexpected events. And as usual, it ends with a cliffhanger.

I wish I could tell you just how amazing Vindication is, but honestly, you have to watch it for yourself to fully appreciate it. Fortunately for you, I get to give away a free 6 month subscription to Pure Flix, so one lucky reader can not only binge watch every episode of Vindication but can enjoy tons of other shows and movies as well.

To enter, comment below with your thoughts on what makes for a great show or movie. One reader will be chosen at random on Saturday, September 25.

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3 thoughts on “Vindication: Season 2 Review

  1. Great shows and movies are like great art…they beg questions. They don’t necessarily answer those questions, though. That is up to the viewer.

    1. I like that! I love when I find myself pondering questions long after I’ve finished the movie or show.

    2. Erik, congratulations! You’re the winner of the PureFlix giveaway. Keep an eye on your inbox for the information about your free subscription.

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