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Trinkets satisfies in its final season by switching to a character-driven focus that lets its main trio have the final word on how we view them, and how they view themselves.
Season One of Trinkets was an endearing tale of three unlikely friends and Season Two is more of that same pure, sweet energy as our time with this trio comes to a close.
Audience Reviews for Trinkets: Season 2
Dec 10, 2020It did include a lot of cliched teen drama, but I thought the three central characters were well-developed, nuanced, and lovable. I found the friendship they developed quite beautiful and moving.
Sep 23, 2020Trinkets S2 starts at a bit of a limp and doesn't find much ground, with a near-nonexistant storyline that goes nowhere. The main trio of actors still have chemistry, but their individual scenes were uneven.
Aug 28, 2020The firts season was really nice, introduced a topic that is not talked about very often and the personalities and relations between the characters pictured different ways of living the teenage years. The second season felt rushed. Everything happened fast and didn't give the viewer time to process all the elements of whats going on on each episode. I wish that this season wasn't the last one and maybe the story would have time to unfold without being careless about the topics. But in general I liked it and the best part of both seasons is the soundtrack, without a doubt.
Aug 28, 2020The second and final season of Trinkets really explores and exploits the plot and knowing deeper into the characters minds. While the first season gave us a premise of people with trouble and problems, Trinkets Season 2 gives us the premise of "how" the characters will deal with these problems. It really gives a much more meaningful, heartful and reflectful plot and the viewer can connect much more with the it (plot), the characters and their problems. It is a really beautiful and well-done season, with a very sensitive touch, throught the season, especially at the end.