7.1
607 votes
Big Sky

Big Sky

ABC 2020

Private detective Cassie Dewell partners with ex-cop Jenny Hoyt on a search for two sisters who have been kidnapped by a truck driver on a remote highway in Montana. When they discover that these are not the only girls who have disappeared in the area, they must race against the clock to stop the perpetrator before another woman is taken.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Big Sky

Big Sky - S2E15

#1 - The Muffin or the Hammer

7.76

Season 2 - Episode 15

With her life on the line, Jenny makes a violent decision that puts a Bhullar target on her back; but as she closes in on the family, Veer questions his children’s ability to lead and makes a major personnel decision that will change everything. Meanwhile, a grieving father tears up the town over his son’s death; and Cassie returns, ready for a fresh start, considering just how Lindor might factor into it.

The episode was rated from 234 votes.

Big Sky - S1E16

#2 - Love Is a Strange and Dangerous Thing

7.75

Season 1 - Episode 16

Cassie and Jenny leave the Kleinsasser women to forge their own path, ridding themselves of their ranch troubles and heading back home. Along with Jerrie and Lindor, they finally get to see Ronald behind bars, though he quickly strips them of any satisfaction by leading them on a wild goose chase, straight into the arms of the syndicate. A brutal battle ensues, clearing a path for Scarlet and Ronald to escape, but while they run off into the sunset Jenny risks her life to save Cassie’s. Is this the end for our dynamic duo? Only time will tell.

The episode was rated from 453 votes.

Big Sky - S2E14

#3 - Dead Man's Float

7.70

Season 2 - Episode 14

As Jenny urgently attempts to prove the Bhullars are involved in the drug-related death of a teenager, her suspicions about Travis continue to grow, putting their relationship on thin ice. Meanwhile, Veer discloses the real reason behind his visit to Montana, and a surprise visitor resurfaces strong feelings from Lindor’s past.

The episode was rated from 236 votes.

Big Sky - S2E10

#4 - Happy Thoughts

7.70

Season 2 - Episode 10

Ren intervenes with Jenny’s plan to bring Jag into custody, while Ronald and Scarlett work together to find safety in a new environment. Then, Cassie and Lindor discover the aftermath at the ranch and reluctantly join forces with a familiar face. Later, Jag and Ren, anxiously awaiting their father’s visit, find themselves at odds about how to deal with the problem of Joseph’s ranch; but will the pressure of impressing him lead them down a familiar (and dangerous) path?

The episode was rated from 272 votes.

Big Sky - S2E13

#5 - The Shipping News

7.70

Season 2 - Episode 13

The kids may be free from the trouble they caused, but the Bhullars’ reign continues as Jenny finds herself frustratingly stuck one step behind their crew’s every move and Travis struggles to maintain the balancing act of his two lives. Elsewhere, Cassie reels from her final interaction with Ronald and decides to take some time off; meanwhile, the syndicate bares its teeth at Wolf.

The episode was rated from 230 votes.

Big Sky - S1E9
#6 - Let It Be Him
7.65
Season 1 - Episode 9

While knocking on doors and searching for clues, Cassie unexpectedly comes face-to-face with Ronald, which puts her in danger and triggers her memory from the pair’s prior meeting. Elsewhere, not feeling like she can trust her husband, Merilee makes a life-changing decision that puts both her and Rick’s fates into her own hands.

The episode was rated from 532 votes.
Big Sky - S1E14
#7 - Nice Animals
7.64
Season 1 - Episode 14

Cassie, Jenny, Jerrie and Lindor work to get things back on track when the motel is reduced to rubble and both the Kleinsasser and Ronald cases not doing much better. At the ranch, Cheyenne seizes an opportunity to shift the family power dynamic in her favor and all it will take is the truth.

The episode was rated from 442 votes.
Big Sky - S2E11
#8 - Do No Harm
7.61
Season 2 - Episode 11

Situations turn dire all over town as Jenny races to find a missing Max and Rachel. Cassie and Lindor are forced to accept the help of a badly injured Wolf, and Ronald’s injuries begin to get the better of him. Meanwhile, the Bhullar family has finally reunited, but the mysterious arrival of her father has escalated Ren and Jag to a whole new level of sibling rivalry

The episode was rated from 254 votes.
Big Sky - S1E5
#9 - A Good Day to Die
7.61
Season 1 - Episode 5

Jenny and Cassie feel as if they're closing in on Legarski, but they are racing against the clock as he and Ronald are preparing to move the girls. Jerrie makes one last attempt to convince Ronald to let them go. Elsewhere, Cassie visits Merilee to question her about her husband and Ronald aggressively confronts his mother.

The episode was rated from 603 votes.
Big Sky - S2E12
#10 - A Good Boy
7.60
Season 2 - Episode 12

Determined to save Max and Rachel, Jenny reluctantly partners with T-lock but quickly learns not everyone deserves her trust. Meanwhile, with Cassie and Lindor close on their trail, Scarlett prepares to do whatever it takes to keep her and Ronald safe. Later, realizing their father has not laid all cards on the table, Ren and Jag form an unexpected alliance to uncover the truth.

The episode was rated from 245 votes.

Last updated: may 16, 2022

Comments

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pure garbage. Unrealistic. Stupid . Period.

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I have to agree that this appears to be on par with what the CW puts out. I was hoping for a thrilling murder/abduction investigation. What I gleaned from the first episode is that this is a half-hearted attempt at bringing to light the presence of human trafficking. Unfortunately, there's just too many glaring holes in the reality of it all.

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Well I was looking forward to watching this and what a load of garbage !

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I don't know about the 18 wheeler...but human trafficking is believable...

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Very much disappointed with the whole Ryan Phillippe misdirection. I started watching because he was advertised to be in it (false advertising really). Maybe for the best anyhow. I loved him in Shooter and he deserves a better series to helm. I finished watching the season to see what would happen. It was okay, a little cheesy, nothing special. Don't need to watch a 2nd season.

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this show is great other than ryan phillipe not being on it anymore. it is never boring always waiting for the next twist. great action and mysterty/thriller.and for abc really pleasent surprise.and kathryn winnick and kylie bunbury awesome

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I wanted to like it and then during the pilot I already grew tired of it and then they killed off Ryan Phillippe at the end of the episode, so, what's the point, really?

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I was happy to see Ryan P in a new show after Shooter ended and based on the poster, that's what I expected to get. Guess I was wrong. If you watch the first episode, you'll see what I mean. Moving on to the next show.

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I have to disagree with the top 3 popular comments here. This is a great show. It is filled with surprising twists and powerful characters. Of course, there are some mediocre things in this show as with most shows these days, but the twists in this show are quite outstanding. I am very much looking forward to season 2. How I rate: 1-3 :heart: = seriously! don't waste your time 4-6 :heart: = you may or may not enjoy this 7-8 :heart: = I expect you will like this too 9-10 :heart: = movies and TV shows I really love!

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One could mention the inconsistent script, the nonsense of the twists, the weak direction, the continuous narrative holes, the flimsy characters... All in the service of one of the worst thrillers of the season, a kind of soap-opera in disguise of police drama.

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This would have made a pretty good, longer mini-series. They should have wrapped it up in the first 16 episodes and ended it. Now, in season 2, they drag along a dying, small remnant of their original story, but mainly tell a totally different, unrelated and uninteresting story.

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Can’t believe this show is created by a major network. Did they outsource the writing to elementary school kids in another country?

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The writers are all over the place with season 2. Maybe they were writing while they had COVID.

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This was one of my favourite network series of the last two years. The story arc, the cast, the performances, the tension in the first season, the cinematography, all combined to sustain me as I waited for the episodes to drop over time (I prefer series to drop a season all at once, but, alas, networks are still clinging to old school release schedules). The second season didn’t have the same tension but the characters still kept my interest. I give this series an 8 (great) out of 10. [Crime Drama]

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