IN THE immortal words “all good things must come to an end”, HBO’s White Lotus reached its dramatic conclusion.
But before the Hawaiian-set dramedy reached its final scene, there were lots of twists and turns along the way.
What happened at the end of White Lotus?
WARNING: Contains major spoilers from the season finale of White Lotus
After weeks of speculation, we finally know how HBO’s White Lotus ends.
The wildly chaotic hotel manager Armond was the one he died in the end.
And in a HUGE twist, he was accidentally murdered by guest Shane.
It happened after Armond snuck into his room to leave him a nasty surprise in his suitcase.
Shane then came back to his suite and thought Armond was an intruder and stabbed him.
We then saw the hotel manager fall back in the bath and die.
Elsewhere, and we also learned that Tanya eventually did let spa director Belinda down, after promising to invest in her business.
The most surprising part of the White Lotus finale might have to do with Rachel tearfully joining Shane at the airport and promising she’ll be happy with him.
This came just hours after she threatened to leave him.
Teenager Quinn – who had been overlooked by his entire family the whole trip – also ditched his parents at the airport and ran off to join a Fiji boat crew.
Will there be a White Lotus season 2?
Prior to the airing of the season one finale, HBO announced that White Lotus would return for a second series.
Francesca Orsi, Executive Vice President, HBO Programming said: “Mike [White] has once again delivered a quintessential HBO show, and it’s the talk of the town.
“We were thrilled to hear where he wanted to go next, after closing this epic chapter in Hawaii, and can’t wait to keep following him wherever he takes us.”
Though White Lotus is returning, viewers will not venture back to the same Hawaiian resort.
The show will continue anthology style, with a new group of travelers, a new staff, and a hotel someplace else in the world.
How can I watch The White Lotus?
You can watch the full series of White Lotus right now on HBO Max.
The show’s star-studded cast includes Legally Blonde actress Jennifer Coolidge, Nashville star Connie Britton and Baywatch’s Alexandria Daddario.
The show ran from July to August 2021 on HBO.