Confused About The 'Cruel Summer' Timeline? Say No More.
Cruel Summer's penultimate episode answered so many of our burning questions about Kate's kidnapping — including what her relationship with Martin was like while Kate was in captivity.
Are Jeanette’s Glasses A Clue To the Whole Kidnapping Story?
If you're watching Cruel Summer, it's hard not to think that Jeanette Turner is suspicious as hell.
Let's Unpack Mallory's Motives on 'Cruel Summer'
One of the more surprising moments of the Cruel Summer finale (of which there were many) was the fact that Kate saw Mallory, and not Jeanette, outside the window on Christmas Eve.
This Potential 'Lolita' & 'Cruel Summer' Connection May Explain Annabelle
There is a lot of tiny details to unpack on Cruel Summer, from the meaning of all that mirror imagery to whether Jeanette's missing glasses should give us a clue as to what really went down when Kate was kidnapped.
The 'Cruel Summer' Showrunner On Mallory & Kate's Finale Kiss
Well Cruel Summer fans, we all owe Mallory an apology, don't we?
Could This New Revelation Change The 'Cruel Summer' Case Completely?
If the truth is how you see it on Cruel Summer, then what does it mean that Kate went to her kidnapper Martin's house willingly?
Here's What We Know About Kate & Martin's Relationship On 'Cruel Summer'
Cruel Summer's mission is to make viewers question everything and everyone.
Is Mallory Involved In Kate's Kidnapping? Reasons We're Suspicious After Episode 4
Whether you believe Jeanette Turner is guilty of hiding Kate Wallis' kidnapping, or are convinced that Kate is lying about Jeanette seeing her while she was in captivity, there's still so much of the mystery to unpack.
Maybe We Were Wrong About Mallory On 'Cruel Summer' This Whole Time
Let's be honest: Mallory isn't the easiest character to love on Cruel Summer.
I found this article interesting:
It explains why a bathing suit, which has way less fabric than normal clothing, is so costly. It mostly comes down to fabric and labor, but the modern history of bathing suit manufacturing is fascinating. Ie when Victoria Secret stopped making bathing suits in 2016, the industry had a huge gap to fill. Sort of cool to learn what filled it, and how we got to $150 bikinis 👙
PS — I know that the category is for a TV show but with prices these days, it felt appropriate 😂