So, the killer was Piety this entire time, because she was worried that the "prophecy" she was so hell-bent on was actually about Philo instead of Jonah, and was taking out all of those closest to him to try and find him. But wait! The true mastermind was actually Sophie this entire time, because her father had all of this dirt, but she was the one to use it by forging a letter to make it look like it was from Philo's mom, and basically set it all into motion. What a twist!
Not surprised both the Chancellor and Piety were finished off since I had a feeling they were one season and done character, but I'll miss Indira Varma and Jared Harris here. But I'm sure they'll be popping up in plenty of other stuff, since both tend to have no issues finding roles, thankfully.
I thought the stuff with Imogen/Agreus was going to end with them killing Ezra and covering it up, but it looks like they're on the run instead. I wonder if they're using them to expand this world some more next season, by showing them at different locations and countries.
I see they found a way to get at least one twist involving incest, by having Jonah and Sophie being secret siblings this entire time. Really is a popular thing now, huh?
I hope we get more of Tourmaline next season.
All in all, not a perfect first season, but it was solid enough to make me want to check out any future seasons. If nothing else, both Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne exceeded my expectations: possibly since the show seemed to play to both of their strengths.