One thing in advance, if the penny also after the absurd end of “The Woman In The House Across The Street From The Girl In The Window“Didn’t like it: You don’t have to take the Netflix series seriously. In fact, the streaming service makes fun of thrillers like “The Girl On The Train” (2016) or “The Woman In The Window” (2021) with the title. But what exactly does the end of the series mean? Does she possibly give a preview of a second season?
The Woman In The House: The Ending Explained
Warning, here are the spoilers for The Woman In The House Across The Street From The Girl In The Window.
The resolution in The Woman In The House Across The Street From The Girl In The Window culminates in gloriously insane exaggeration. There is not much to explain here: the nine-year-old girl next door was the murderer the whole time. Of course, she also explains all her actions down to the smallest detail. The very last scene, on the other hand, raises more question marks.
End with glamorous guest appearances
We see Anna (Kristen Bell) living a happy life again: she and her ex-husband Douglas (Michale Ealy), who is her husband again, have another child. She’s on a plane to New York to visit her friend Sloane (Mary Holland). A mysterious woman (played by Glenn Close) sits next to Anna on the plane and dismissively arrogantly explains that she’s on “business” reasons.
Anna apparently falls asleep and wakes up a little later. Her seatmate is gone and she accidentally finds her dead in the airplane toilet. She immediately fetches the flight attendant (played by Jim Rash), but when he comes, the body is gone.
Anna is confused and explains that the lady was sitting next to her in seat 2A, but the flight attendant assures her that no one was sitting next to her. As the confused woman goes back to her seat, questioning her sanity, she finds a hand mirror that her seatmate was using. Finally, in her right mind, she says “bingo”.
Does this scream for a second season?
Although The Woman In The House Across The Street From The Girl In The Window is set up as a miniseries, the end of the eighth episode feels like a door opener for a second season. Anna seems to want to solve another murder case. She finally has the ultimate proof: the hand mirror.
So if enough people stream the Netflix series, we may well be able to count on another season. The streaming service will probably make it dependent on success. Maybe the makers will then target other thrillers?
While “The Woman In The House Across The Street From The Girl In The Window” is rather shallow despite murder and manslaughter, it looks very different with another Netflix series. This obviously pushes some viewers to their limits. You can find more films and series that are new to Netflix in February 2022 here.
Source: own research