What do you want to see when it comes to Queen of the South season 4 episode 8? This is an episode that is going to contain a lot of drama, but also danger coming at these characters from a wide array of different sources. Take, for example, the presence of an FBI informant that could cause Teresa’s empire to fall apart right when she’s starting to get going. She’s figured out a way to showcase her value … but will she be able to keep this momentum going? Are we going to see things crash and burn from here? There are a lot of things worth wondering about, especially since Teresa’s also going to be dealing with some family trouble moving forward.
Below, CarterMatt offers up the official Queen of the South season 4 episode 8 synopsis with some more information as to what’s coming up next:
An FBI informant threatens Teresa’s growing empire while she deals with turmoil within her family.
This is an episode that is going to bring you a wide array of different, excellent things we’re going to be excited to behold. Take, for example, the action and danger of trying to keep an empire afloat. We watching this show for the criminal empire, sure, but there is also something deeper here. Family is important, and it’s one of the few things that tethers Teresa as a character to a normal life. There could be some heartbreaking moments ahead and we better get ahead and prepare for those. Because Teresa does care so much about that inner circle, it makes it all the harder when she loses someone.
What’s also important here is just a matter of timing and where we are right now in the story. We’re now past the halfway point and that means that we can start to see things accelerate a little bit more. Maybe this show ratchets up in some interesting ways and leaves our jaw on the floor. (Somewhere along the way, we’d also like to get some news on a Queen of the South season 5 — there’s no official news on the subject just yet.)
What do you want to see when it comes to Queen of the South season 4 episode 8? Be sure to share in the comments and remember to stick around for some more news. (Photo: USA.)