At the end of Locke and Key season 2, Tyler (Connor Jessup) makes a meaningful decision. To the point of wondering if he will return in the sequel, already ordered.
Warning this article contains spoilers on season 2 of Locke and Key.
Netflix released season 2 of Locke & Key, a family fantasy series that follows a tribe of siblings fighting against the forces of evil, online a few days ago. In this new burst of episodes, Tyler, Kinsey (Emilia Jones) and Bode (Jackson Robert Scott) have somehow managed to get rid of Dodge and his army of demons.
Magic was more than ever at the heart of this season 2, as was the dichotomy between adults and younger ones. Tyler (Connor Jessup) who is about to come of age, understands that he will surely forget everything about the keys, the demons and the dangers that surround his family.
While he spends the entire season finding a solution to this thorny problem – especially for his girlfriend Jade – the high school student makes an unexpected decision in the last episode: he decides to go on an impromptu trip away from his family and not not use the key that would allow him to remember magic.
Will Locke and Key make us a Narnia? Because the series and the literary / film saga share the same principle: only children remember magic. So much so that in the third part (The Odyssey of the Dawn Treader), Georgie Henley and William Moseley no longer appear in the casting because their characters are too old to visit the enchanted world.
But fans are reassured, Connor Jessup is not ready to leave the hit Netflix series and is well in the cast of season 3 currently filming. In an interview with Decide, the actor explained: “I don’t think his story is over at the end of Season 2. It’s the start of a new chapter, not a conclusion. There are still things to come for Tyler. “
Will Tyler finally change his mind and use the key? This is what we hope, at the risk of seeing his character play a role as insignificant as that of Nina Locke (Darby Stanchfield) …