Frequency Season 2 fell victim to CW cancellation this week, sealing its long anticipated fate and leaving fans to wrestle with unresolved storylines and loose ends.
The series gave itself an epilogue that wrapped up any loose ends into a nice, neat happy ending: present-day Raimy (Peyton List) gives her dearly departed past-dad (Riley Smith) a hurried warning about his death in a car accident in 2011, and heyyyy, guess who turns up behind her, still alive?
It’s a little rushed as series finales go, but seeing father and daughter reunited (and knowing that Frank will be around to walk Raimy down the aisle) is a rare and lovely bit of closure that most fans of canceled shows never get to enjoy.
It’s not a second season, it’s even a proper series finale, but is the Frequency epilogue better than nothing? Would you like to see more cancelled TV shows take the ‘epilogue approach’?