Starz’s Blindspotting Season 1 Episode 7 : Release Date & preview of “Seannie Darko”

Starz's Blindspotting Season 1 Episode 7 : Release Date & preview of

Starz’s “Blindspotting Episode 6″, covers themes such as colorism that is so much more than a love note. And it also shows Ashley struggling to tell the truth to her son. Her friend Sean embraces her blackness. Trying to help, the mother-son team, along with Oakland neighbors and family, contemplate what it would be like to be behind bars with their father. After watching this episode fans are waiting for the next new episode. To know more about the next new episode 7 titled “Seannie Darko“,  this episode is going to be interesting as it will be the penultimate episode. So, when is the new episode coming out on Starz? you can get the information, everything we know. Plus Blindspotting Episode 6 Recap.

Blindspotting Episode 7 Synopsis: Sean has a bad day, so the family goes bowling to try and cheer him up; Trish and Jacque figure out how to be their own bosses; Earl finally gets his burrito.

Blindspotting Season 1 Episode 7 Release Date

The seventh episode of Blindspotting Season 1 will air on August 1 at 9:00 PM on Starz. If you’re a Starz subscriber, you can watch this episode on the Starz app now. For live-streaming, you have options like Hulu, DirecTV, Philo TV, Sling TV, and Fubo TV. You can buy or rent episodes of Blindspotting on VOD services like Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, and iTunes.

Blindspotting Episode 6 Recap

Ashley’s boss allows her to go home early to prepare. And this is the right time. Instead of going to Janelle to pick up the scene, she meets Miles (Rafael Casal). Nancy looks at Sean (Atticus Woodward) and learns that the boy’s identity is not Black, but Honey Brown. Although Nancy is descended from a White woman, there has been a lot of conversation about what it means to be Black, including Earl, Janelle, and Trish (Jaylen Barron). Ashley (Jasmine Cephas Jones) eventually debunks the notion that Sean has never seen a black movie through these comments. Ashley talks to Sean about Miles’s captivity. She tells that it will be 5 years, they will go to see her, but Sean is not happy. However, Ashley uses one of the books she bought by Rainey (Helen Hunt) to help her understand what’s going on. The last scene of the show was the best. That the dancers wear prison uniforms. It all becomes more intense and heartbreaking by this fact. The scene depicts Young Sean (Atticus Woodward) being pulled over in heartbreak as he learns the truth about his father whom he loves. These final moments are powerful and are executed with grace and tenderness by the show.

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