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Entertainment What to Watch on Monday: Black Lightning strikes again for final season premiere

10:35  13 february  2021
10:35  13 february  2021 Source:   ew.com

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a man looking at the camera: What to Watch on Monday: 'Black Lightning' strikes again for its fourth and final season premiere. © The CW What to Watch on Monday: 'Black Lightning' strikes again for its fourth and final season premiere.

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Season Premiere

Jefferson Pierce (Cress Williams) is at the lowest point we've ever seen him in the final season premiere of Black Lightning. Picking up a year after the Markovian invasion, the season 4 opener finds Jefferson still mourning the loss of his best friend Chief Bill Henderson, who died in the season 3 finale, and doubting whether there's any point to being Black Lightning anymore. His grief pushes him to do some reckless and shocking things, and has created some distance between him and Lynn (Christine Adams). Meanwhile, his daughters Thunder (Nafessa Williams) and Lightning (China Anne McClain) are try their best to protect the streets of Freeland, and the villainous Tobias Whale (Marvin "Krondon" Jones III) emerges from the shadows in a very surprising way. —Chancellor Agard

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