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‘Shining Girls’ Season 1 Episode 8 [Finale] Kirby finds Harper and gets answers

'Shining Girls' Season 1 Episode 8 [Finale] Kirby's Reality is in Doubt

Shining Girls is Apple TV+’s newest original drama, and we’re totally in love. The series is based on Lauren Beukes’ 2013 novel The Shining Girls, which is set in Chicago in the early 1990s and follows a newspaper archivist named Kirby Mazrachi (Elisabeth Moss) who is haunted by a brutal attack six years ago that left her mentally and physically scarred. When she learns that a murdered woman was attacked by the same man who hurt her, she teams up with a journalist to find out the truth behind the ritualistic attacks. Till now episode 7 has been released and the wait for the final episode is going on. So what will happen next? You’ve found the best spot to acquire the ‘Shining Girls’ Episode 8 synopsis and Spoilers at www.tvacute.com.

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‘Shining Girls’ Season 1 Episode 8 Spoilers

Now that we’ve reached the end it should be easy to predict what will happen next. Although, as previously stated, Shining Girls is a very twisting show with many surprises, including the death in the previous episode. “30” is the title of the finale episode of “Shining Girls.”  Kirby will track out the home, and after killing Harper, she will repair all of the timelines that have been messed with. His victims, including Klara, will have a new chance to live a regular and safe life after Harper’s death.

Shining Girls Episode 8 Synopsis: As Kirby’s reality spirals, she sets her sights on finally tracking down Harper and getting some answers.

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Where to Watch ‘Shining Girls’ Episode 8?

 ‘Shining Girls’ Season 1 Episode 8 will release on June 3. It will only be available on Apple TV+. Shining Girls will have a total of 8 episodes.

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