Want the ARES ending explained? Maybe you’re confused about the ending of the Ares series on Netflix? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s our take on the new Dutch Netflix horror series. *SPOILERS*
Want the Netflix series Ares ending explained? Ever since Ares premiered on Netflix, we’ve seen people ask a lot of questions about both the plot and the ending. However, it’s often the same questions, so we’ve tried to make a little FAQ here and give our answers.
Obviously, this will be full of spoilers regarding key plot elements from Season 1 of Ares including the actual Ares ending. After all, we do need to get into all sorts of plot elements to cover the various questions about the ending.
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Netflix series Ares ending explained
Let’s get into the Ares ending by talking about some of the most asked questions about elements of the story. We start out by talking about “Beal”, the old lady, and that weird black substance.
Who is Beal?
Who is the old lady?
We don’t know for sure yet. However, she was also an old lady in flashbacks when Maurits (father of Carmen) was young and went through his president initiation.
Is the old lady a witch and/or immortal?
It’s certainly very possible. She must have some power and the Ares Society both needs AND fears her since they keep her locked up.
What’s with Jacob’s black fingers?
Why do Ares members commit suicide?
Did the Ares Society make Rosa’s mother crazy?
It seems like you can’t leave Ares without paying a price. Rosa’s mother is suicidal just like everyone touched by Jacob’s black fingers.
Rosa’s mom probably lost the ability to be rid of her guilt which means her conscience is killing her.
Why doesn’t Jacob’s black fingers work on Rosa?
What happens to Rosa in the Ares ending?
What does it mean that Rosa becomes Beal in the ending of Ares?
Season 2 of Ares
That’s it. We hope the above little Q&A helped explain any questions you had about the Ares ending or plot.
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