Will Trent recently wrapped on a successful first season, and the alternative take on the typically bland procedural, featuring a dyslexic state agent, his tough but complicated team, and the most adorable entity on television that isn’t a Disney Star Wars puppet, did strong enough work to become the best
First off, congratulations to Will Trent for a much deserved renewal for a second season. After a fast start, the show kept establishing its characters, and building pods that can entertain even without the title character in the frame. And this week, they gave the people what they really wanted.
No new Will Trent this week (Thanks ABC). Let’s talk about one of the ongoing stories that has really stepped up, becoming the most interesting aspect of the freshman show outside of its weekly cases. I’m talking about Angie confronting the sexual abuse she experienced when she was a teenager.