Spectacular. Kinetic. Breathtaking. These are just a few of the words that the cast and creative minds of Alcatraz used to describe the two-hour season finale of the Fox mystery series, airing Monday at 8/7c. The season-ender finds Rebecca (Sarah Jones) finally confronting Tommy (David Hoflin), while the team comes one step closer to discovering who's behind the mass disappearance that sent more than 300 guards and prisoners from 1963 into the future. Get the scoop on the finale below:
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"You won't believe what happens next."
That's the theme of the of the new Alcatraz teaser trailer, which will screen Sunday afternoon at the show's WonderCon panel, moderated by this reporter.
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With only two episodes left before the finale, the video offers up a refresher on the intricate storylines as well as a first look at the season-ender. The finale will feature an epic car chase — not unlike Steve McQueen's from Bullitt — that culminates with Rebecca (Sarah Jones) and Tommy (David Hoflin) finally coming face to face. And Tommy ends up on the wrong end of a gun.
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