I know what it feels like to be the only black kid in class, and this Starz documentary gave me a sinking sense of déjà vu.
The Bordelons are triumphant as the third season draws to a close.
St. Josephine votes on the prison as the season’s story lines reach a boiling point.
The Bordelons deal with uneasy truths after reaching a turning point in the previous episodes.
Uncomfortable truths come to light with the publication of Nova’s New Yorker essay.
Charley gets what she needs to stop the Landrys in an episode that continues the season’s focus on its characters’ relationship to the land.
The Landrys’ scheme is exposed but the Bordelons’ fate remains less than clear.
The Bordelons prepare for a fight for their land as secrets come to light.
Secrets and lies come to a head in an episode that finds several characters facing major changes.
Darla, Ralph Angel, and Davis come clean as tensions continue mounting.
Darla is back in an episode where secrets start to come to light.
Charley’s secret is exposed.
The Bordelons will not be deterred.
What will the irreconcilable issues between Ralph Angel and Darla ultimately mean for Blue?