'Everything's Gonna Be Okay' Finale: Last episode leaves fans deeply moved, they demand Season 2 or 'we riot'
Spoilers for for 'Everything's Gonna Be Okay' Season 1 Episode 10
After an intense season of belly-aching laughter, the sweetest love stories, understanding autism and dealing with grief, 'Everything's Gonna Be Okay' season finale had the perfect ending with 'Discoid Cockroaches'. Wanting the most and the best for his sister, Nicholas (Josh Thomas) takes his siblings to New York, so his sister Matilda (Kayla Cromer) who has autism can prepare herself for Julliard after graduating from high school.
The episode looks at a realistic standpoint of the concerns that caregivers of autistic children have, and fans loved the way the narrative inspired many and are now rooting for a Season 2.
"@JoshThomas87 @MaevePress @KaylaCromer17 @AdamFaison, thank you for @EverythingsOkTV. What a beautiful, funny, touching show. All of you are goddamned talented, wonderful people. I am pulling hard for a second season for you guys. You deserve it! Take a bow!," tweeted a fan.
"#EverythingsGonnaBeOkay is my favorite show I love Matilda me having autism in my words no one is perfect this is my show I hope there is a season 2," tweeted another fan.
Being a show that focused on autism with a realistic perspective, fans of the show that have autism were really touched by how Matilda's storyline was put forth from episode one to the end. "I really like this show. I really like how this season finale ended especially with Matilda. I am also on the spectrum and it's hard moving on from home with deals with college. But always have a family why buy a side. Let's go season 2! @KaylaCromer17 #EverythingsGonnaBeOkay," tweeted a fan.
This episode was more focused on Matilda as her siblings Nicholas and Genevieve (Maeve Press) help her navigate the streets of New York so she would be able to live a life without being dependent on her siblings in a completely new city. The ending was definitely overwhelming for us all and brought enough tears to hope that the story of TV's currently most loved sibling continues. "Glad that Matilda tried something out of her comfort zone. I know how challenging that can be for those who find changes to be overwhelming. #EverythingsGonnaBeOkay," tweeted another fan.
"I've said this so much but I really really love @EverythingsOkTV they nailed autism SO WELL and I would die for Matilda. I just relate SO! HARD! I can't believe it's already the finale SEASON 2 OR WE RIOT! #EverythingsGonnaBeOkay #ActuallyAutistic," tweeted another fan.
With that, we hope that Freeform gives us a Season 2 because there's a lot of us waiting.