Do you love binge watching shows? I do! I was recently able to watch all of Vindication Season 1, an original crime drama series on Pure Flix. I loved it! Check out my review of Vindication Season 1. Now I’m back with another Vindication Review & a PureFlix subscription giveaway!
Vindication Season 2 is now out, with a new episode every Wednesday! So far, Season 2 is just as awesome as Season 1.
Vindication is not one of the usual crime drama shows you usually see. It’s a faith based show that follows Detective Travis (Todd Terry, Breaking Bad), a 15 year police veteran in a small town in Texas.
I’m not seeing an official age rating, but Vindication is suitable for teenagers and adults.
I was assigned Season 2 Episode 5 The Game of Life to tell you about. There was a lot happening in this episode, the rivalry between Precinct 2 and Precinct 1 intensifies. In the office, in the gym, and culminating in a flag football game to raise money for charity. Playing your rivals makes for an intense football game.
Detective Travis and his wife, through a series of events, take in a young man just being released from jail. They are adjusting to having a young man in the house, while the young man is adjusting to living in a house again.
Vindication Season 2 Trailer
Check out the Vindication Season 2 trailer.
Unlike past episodes, there was no case solved in this episode. It focused on character development, continuing story lines, as well as starting a new storyline. Episode 5 ends in a cliffhanger. I don’t want to spoil it for you, so I won’t tell you what it is!
I enjoyed watching this episode. It was nice to have one that focused on the main characters more, instead of a crime. Can’t wait to watch the next one and see how this cliff hanger ends!!
You can watch Vindication on PureFlix.
For more information, visit the Vindication website.
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