Owl House says goodbye in its finale

By: Audrey Cable

The Owl House was canceled near the end of 2022; however, they were given three episodes to end the show. The creator Dana Terrace did her best to add closure to all of the characters and finish off Belos. 

The story of the Owl House focuses on Luz Noceda and how she travels to a new world called the Boiling Isles. She learns to accept herself for who she is and love her weirdness. She meets people along the way and makes friends with witches on the Boiling Isles. She eventually ends up in a relationship with Amity Blight who was seen as her rival in the first season. 

At the end of Season 2, Luz and her friends are transported back to Earth, where Luz is reunited with her mom. However, Season 3 finds her friends stuck on Earth away from their own families, and when they left the Boiling Isles things weren’t looking so good.

The crew must find a way to return home. They have to fight The Collector, who turns out to be more confused than bad. They realize Belos is the real villain, and they attack him with the help of The Collector.

While fighting Belos, Luz “dies” protecting The Collector. She comes back to life with a new power up and defeats Belos. They then do a time skip to Luz in college on the Boiling Isles after saying the last goodbyes. 

To many fans, the ending brought closure for many of the characters. However, Dana Terrace had to cut out many backstories of characters because three episodes was not enough to fit it all in. 

In the final episode of Season 3 hinted a possible spinoff, maybe about Eda and her sister when they were younger and about all of the older characters in the show.

This would be a fun spin off; however, it’s doubtful. Terrace’s most recent post on their Instagram story was her cleaned-out office, saying that she was leaving Disney. There is a slim chance that she may post a small series on YouTube that is not affiliated with Disney.


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