When I say haunted, I do mean that literally. Like previous series, season four flirts with the supernatural, but this time it’s seen through the lens of native Iñupiaq traditions and beliefs. This is where the show is at its most compelling: the idea that the long night allows the dead to speak to the living. It also covers the indigenous people’s fight against the mining companies in Ennis, the disconnect many of the show’s women, Navarro included, have with their own culture. López has spoken about the show being “cold and dark and female” and it is definitely all those things, to refreshing, fascinating effect.
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