DISCOVER EVERYTHING ABOUT THE RELEASE OF WE OWN THIS CITY EPISODE 3 ON OCS! DATE AND TIME OF RELEASE!
We Own This City is now available for purchase on OCS! If you’re curious about when episode 3 will be released, continue reading!
We Own This City Episode 2 opens with Wayne Jenkins in custody and awaiting questioning, setting the stage for a haunting moment in which the corrupt cop stares directly at the camera, breaking the fourth wall.
It’s a disturbing moment for a series as grounded in reality as The Wire’s belated spiritual sequel, but it fits perfectly with what we already know about Jenkins’ character.
It’s a deceptively subtle yet brilliantly effective trick, which makes his final appearance in We Own This City Episode 2 all the more difficult. Likewise, the flashback to his early days as an idealistic cop does the same thing.
When Bernthal breaks the fourth wall in episode 2 of We Own This City, he continues to break the rules, implying that he is above the usual constraints, and it’s almost a taunt for the audience also. If you enjoyed the first episode, we tell you everything you need to know about the upcoming release of We Own This City!
WHAT DATE AND TIME WILL WE OWN THIS CITY EPISODE 3 BE RELEASED?
The wait is over! We Own This City Episode 3 is scheduled to premiere on OCS on May 10, 2022. For the impatient, episode 10 of We Own This City will air on OCS on the night of May 9 to 10.
EXPLANATION OF EPISODE 2’S END
After episode 2, Steele speaks with Daniel Hersl and attempts to comprehend the city’s police situation. Steele approaches Hersl for his perspective on police brutality on the streets. She inquires about Hersl’s massive number of brutality complaints.
Here, on the other hand, claims that none of these complaints have been investigated because they pertain to criminals he has arrested. Finally, it appears as though the DOJ’s investigation into the GTTF is fruitless, as it focuses exclusively on the seriousness of the officers’ actions.
Their corrupt activities, on the other hand, remain concealed. Steele’s investigation is contrasted with Jensen’s, and we learn more about the extent of BPD corruption.