The turn of events in Conviction episode 10, especially in the life of Tess Larson (Emily Kinney), has been exciting.
The Conviction Integrity Unit’s paralegal has experienced a whirlwind of emotions in the latest episode of the ABC drama TV series. After all, by convicting someone because of allegedly murdering his aunt, she found love.
It was revealed that despite being the one responsible for putting Matty Tan behind bars, Tess has still found love in him. How is that for an experience?
However, would their love flourish considering the fact that she made him stay in jail for several years for a crime he never did? Would she finally admit who she really is?
Conviction Episode 10 Recap
In its 10th episode recap, Entertainment Weekly noted that the romantic connection between Tess and Matty is no longer surprising. The report suggested that it was imminent, because of several reasons.
Accordingly, a “flirty vibe” has already been obvious from the moment they met. Therefore, when he visited her at the CIU and brought her coffee and scone, it did not appear a surprise anymore.
Meanwhile, the anticipated romantic connection between Hayes Morrison (Hayley Atwell) and Conner Wallace (Eddie Cahill), the Conviction episode 10 recap dished that they are not “on a break” anymore. Hayes, with some prodding from Jackson (Daniel Franzese), finally visited Conner in his office and admitted about her feelings.
Would this be the start of their blossoming romance?
Conviction Episode 10’s Rating Dips
In a survey among its readers, TV Line disclosed that the series did not fare well. With its new Sunday schedule, Conviction’s rating further dipped. The show previously aired every Monday.
It reportedly recorded 2.05 million viewers and a 0.4 rating only, which is way below than its performance during its last airing on a Monday and previous episodes.
Meanwhile, the source notes that these figures are even lower compared to the ones generated by Pure Genius. The series from CBS just hit 5.5 mil/0.8.
Keep posted for more news updates and spoilers on ABC’s Conviction.