As sad as we are when a show ends, we know all good things must come to an end. And though I would have liked many more seasons, more important than when it ends is how it ends. And The Outpost did not disappoint. At all.
The series finale of The Outpost gave us everything. Friendship, battles, romance, a wedding and a coronation! We couldn’t have asked for anything better to say goodbye to Gallwood Outpost and our favorite Blackbloods.
The biggest moments from The Outpost series finale
Let’s start off with the action. The finale has Talon and her friends preparing to face off against the other six gods with the help of Aster. Except when the time comes Aster reveals that Talon has to kill him and she has to be the one to kill his brothers and sisters. Yikes.
Talon refuses and along with Janzo and Wren insists that whatever plan they enact has to include saving the Kahvi. With no choice but to agree Aster meets his siblings and as the seven gods gather Talon and her friends attack. Except it all goes wrong. Janzo, Wren, and Munt are attacked by the Kahvi after Marvyn is enslaved. Talon and Luna get injured, they only manage to defeat a few of the seven gods, and Garret and Zed become mind controlled by Golu.
The only good thing about Garret and Zed being mind controlled was that it allowed for some fight scenes between Talon and the two men. Especially fun since Talon and Garret just became engaged. What a start to a honeymoon, am I right?
Eventually, with a little help from Luna, Talon is able to open the portal Aster showed her to another world and send all of the seven gods through, effectively ending their lives forever and releasing Garret and Zed as well as the Kahvi.
With the Kahvi now having free will for the first time in their lives Janzo, Wren, and Marvyn take it upon themselves to teach them about choice. The Kahvi aren’t so different from Blackbloods as it turns out and in the end Gallwood Outpost becomes a home for humans, Blackbloods, and Kahvi alike. It’s actually a pretty heartwarming story about inclusion and acceptance.
The Romance on The Outpost finale
With The Outpost becoming a home for various different species, it will require a very special person to lead them. As we all pretty much guessed from the beginning, it is Talon who steps up and finally accepts her role as queen.
The final moments of the episode gives us an emotional wedding and coronation for Talon and Garret. Complete with a montage of Talon and Garret’s best moments we see Talon and Garret, dressed up in wedding finery, exchange their vows and become crowned King and Queen of The Outpost. As it should be.
Adding to the emotion was Janzo’s hug and final speech to Talon, and then after he humorously goes and hugs Garret despite their friendly rivalry through the seasons. Zed also added to the emotion and humor, supporting Talon while also taking the chance to mess with Garret a little one final time. It was nice to not only see Garret and Talon happy and married and becoming King and Queen, but also to see all the little nods to the friendships.
Munt even got a little moment with Warlita and Janzo’s sister Naya made an appearance as well! Though unfortunately we didn’t get to see her actually interact with Janzo, but her scene with Munt was sweet. The only thing we didn’t get to see was the birth of Janzo and Wren’s baby, which I am a little sad about. I wouldn’t say no to a potential spinoff about Janzo, Wren, and their baby honestly.
Overall, I’m so sad to see this little gem of a show finish but if it had to end this was a perfect way to do it. There was action, battles, friendships, love, and a happy ending. Everything you could ask for. All hail Queen Talon and King Garret!