In the conclusion of Quibi’s When The Streetlights Go On, as weird as it sounds, we finally got some closure.
We’ve all been there. As we’re nearing the end of a book, or the end of a movie, thinking to ourselves — there’s no way there’s enough time to wrap this story up. And then, somehow, it manages to. Even…
After watching the eighth episode of When The Streetlights Go On, I’m more confused — but enthralled — than ever. With the ticking clock known as just two episodes remaining, I honestly don’t know who killed Chrissy Monroe and Mr. Carpenter.
Following the seventh episode of When The Streetlights Go On, I’m not sure what to make about Brad. Other than the fact that he’s a selfish loser that feels he’s entitled to whatever he wants. And, in this case, that’s Becky Monroe.
The sixth episode of When The Streetlights Go On tried so hard to prove that Brad deserves to be a suspect in the murder of Chrissy Monroe and Mr. Carpenter.
Sometimes, it’s the not-knowing part of any mystery that’s enough to drive anyone mad. And that’s where we find ourselves at with When The Streetlights Go On, as we’re desperately trying to figure out who’s the culprit behind the murders of Chrissy Monroe and Mr. Carpenter.
In When The Streetlights Go On’s fourth episode, we were finally introduced to the first suspect in the murder — one that has motive, but the motive doesn’t exactly add up to murder, at least in my opinion.
In the third episode of “When the Streetlights Go On,” we’re reminded that there’s nothing more important than the truth. But also, that this psycho killer is still on the loose…and possibly looking for his next victim.
Now that we’ve seen the tragedy unfold, it’s time to see the first repercussions of the shocking murder. And you figure, a pretty girl like Chrissy, her murder is going to stun the town.
When the Streetlights Go On follows the town of Colfax, Illinois, through what’s been a particularly dark summer in 1995. We recap the pilot episode.