It looks as if your entire web was collectively holding its breath Sunday night time as we kicked off the collection finale of The Undoing. By episode six, we had been all greedy at straws accusing everybody from Grace Fraser’s (Nicole Kidman) teen son Henry (Noah Jupe) to actually another human that graced the display. And whereas there have been numerous theories and guesses about who Elena Alves’s killer was, there was one constant thought: what’s the take care of Grace’s lawyer pal Sylvia (Lily Rabe)?
Beneath her countless assist and being an ideal pal, there was simply one thing about her demeanor that screamed responsible. Was she in on it with Grace? Was she the opposite unnamed girl that Jonathan (Hugh Grant) slept with? However as all of us approached the ultimate minutes of the finale on the sting of our seats, it turned out Sylvia truly was only a actually rattling good pal. So we formally wrote our sincerest apologies to Sylvia for not solely being the final word pal and scheming with Grace to take Jonathan down in that courtroom room, however for being proper all alongside:
Regardless, there was undoubtedly one thing about Sylvia that continues to be a thriller. So to resolve it, we spoke with You Ought to Have Recognized creator Jean Hanff Korelitz – the novelist behind The Undoing who created the characters – to get her tackle it, and it seems we’re not alone.
“I will be sincere, I had my eye on Sylvia as effectively, and never simply because you may’t look away from Lily Rabe when she’s on display,” Korelitz shared with infonewsclub. “Sylvia’s very totally different from her counterpart within the novel, and I would love to know who her daughter’s father is. However I suppose I am going to by no means know now . . . until we actually maintain David E. Kelley’s toes to the fireplace and demand one other season!” Here is hoping Kelley and HBO reply our needs and provides us a second season – we’ll even accept a Sylvia Steineitz spinoff.