Into The Night is a Belgian series on Netflix that has launched six episodes in the first season so far. We’re not sure at this point if the series will be renewed or cancelled.
That being said, it’s been a fun ride despite it only being six episodes and it doesn’t get boring.
Here’s the ending recap and explanation of Netflix’s Into The Night.
Recap of Into The Night (Episode 6)
The episode began with Terenzio dreaming of himself being in a Ferrari with Ines beside him, which shows his feelings towards the influencer Ines. He woke up chained for committing a crime against Ayaz. In the previous episode, Ayaz managed to show up despite being badly injured and the group eventually voted to handcuff Terenzio.
In the next scene, Sylvie, Jakub and Rik are seen discussing the whereabouts of the hidden bunker in Bulgaria. Although they have coordinates, it’s not accurate and the group still needs to find the bunker when they get down. They only have about 30 minutes before the sun rises.
Rik then speaks to Ayaz in private and apologizes for leaving Ayaz behind despite seeing him on the ground through the NATO monitor. Ayaz accepts his apology and they move on.
After the plane landed, the group split into two vehicles. Sylvie’s vehicle is the one in front and Ayaz drives the one behind
During the drive, Ayaz loses focus for a moment due to his injury and crashes the vehicle. The group then had to walk on foot to reach the bunker.
In the next scene, Sylvie’s vehicle is seen turning towards the right at the T-junction. However, Ayaz’s group walked towards the left side as he couldn’t remember the route.
When Sylvie’s vehicle reached a checkpoint, the gate closed and someone has to be left behind to open the gate. Osman touched the gate and was electrocuted, but is still alive.
Terenzio volunteers to open the gate if it means he gets forgiveness. However, Sylvie chained him to the railing and threw the key further away. As the other group went towards the left side, they never managed to meet Terenzio along the way.
Later on, Sylvie’s group is seen reaching the fences of the bunker.
They managed to find a door that leads to the bunker. The rest of the group went in first, including Mathieu and Laura, while Sylvie looks for the other group.
In the next scene, the group consisting of Ayaz, Zara and her son, Ines, Horst and Jakub manages to reach a fence as well, despite going towards the left at the T-junction.
However, the electricity on the fence is on as well and to bypass the fence, Horst came up with the idea to use their clothes to cover parts of the fence that they’ll use to climb up. They also used a tire (for the rubber element) and place it on the ground so they won’t get electrocuted.
Terenzio is then seen stuck to the railing as he awaits the sunrise. He then dies when the sun is up.
The group led by Ayaz manages to go over the fence and found Sylvie on the way there. They went towards the door that led to the bunker.
They are greeted by three soldiers inside the tunnel and are led to the command center of the bunker. The soldiers also asked Sylvie where the Italian soldier is, but we don’t know why at the moment.
This season and episode ends with the bunker’s commanding officer saying they may have a solution to the problem posed by the sun, but they need everyone’s help.
It seems that the bunker is only safe from the sun because they’re located beneath water, and that water seems to block the fatal effects from the sun. If season 2 is renewed, they will probably start from there as they work towards understanding the issue and possibly surviving under the sun.
In the previous episode, they also showed an animal (perhaps a big rat or cat) that somehow lived despite everyone else dying. The animal was stuck in a bag and maybe the bag has properties that can shelter the group from the sun as well.
It’s all theory at this point, but we hope to see a second season of Into The Night.