Biohackers Season 2: Explanation of the end! What happens to Mia?

FIND THE BIOHACKERS SEASON 2 END EXPLANATION ON NETFLIX!

Biohackers is available on Netflix! If you'd like to know the full explanation of the end of Season 2, read on! The kindness that resides in Mia is hammered home in the opening five minutes of the Biohackers finale by German creator Christian Ditter. She won't let another person die, as she drags Andreas Winter, the man who experimented on her, putting her on the verge of death.

Mia and Jasper rescue Winter from the wreckage after the lab's unintentional explosion so that others can find her. They won't let it wither and die. In a series filled with broken ethics, these two, who have certainly not been role models for moral behavior, choose to do what is right.

They come into a room full of small red books with comprehensive notes on every experiment financed by wealthy donor Wolfgang von F├╝rstenberg, and they take one with his laptop. And in a feat of sheer strength and adrenaline, the pair climb a service pit, highlighting the action Ditter is set to put into the series. Although a little unrealistic, the escalation of these two people to save their lives is a dramatic and exciting time. We tell you all about the explanation of the end of Season 2 of Biohackers on Netflix!

EXPLANATION OF THE END OF BIOHACKERS SEASON 2

We can build a chronology of events by traveling back in time... Winter kidnaps Mia and takes her to Furstenberg. Furstenberg informs him that the revelation of the Homo Deus project may result in a global ecological imbalance. The population will explode if mankind develops immune. Furstenberg tells Mia that he will destroy all data in the project while urging her to forget the past.

Furstenberg involves Mia in Winter's “Oblivion” project that erases memory, but since Mia has a superior immunogenic response than everyone else, her brain is unable to erase Homo Deus. Winter increases the dosages, resulting in the fast onset of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, a deadly brain degeneration. But ultimately, Dr. Lorenz managed to reverse the effects of Oblivion with a little help from Ole's makeshift brain-computer interface. She applies sonication therapy, and Mia comes out of the restlessness alive. Mia has recovered much of her history, and her illness has been healed, as shown at the finale of Season 2 of Biohackers.

Biohackers Season 2 concludes with a lake for Mia. She lets go of Lorenz's newspaper clippings, memories of her painful childhood, the revenge she felt for her brother's death, and the anger she could not vent. This last scene has a sense of serenity about it, something Biohackers had avoided in its first two seasons. Mia's adventure may end here, but her predicament looks to be settled for the time being. She can live freely with Jasper and his friends, at least for a few months.

WHO IS DEAD?

Mia will encounter Professor Tanja Lorenz at a graveyard at the end of Biohackers Season 2. Lorenz saves Mia's life, which she shows her appreciation for. We understand that while Lorenz had a major role to play in the Homo Deus project, she was not the one pulling the strings. Mia has gotten to know Tanja better, and we see the start of a friendly relationship between the two.

But the end puts an end to Tanja's life. Tanja believes Mia contacted her, and Mia believes Tanja has to meet her, but as far as we can tell, the encounter is manufactured. Tanja is as a result shot from afar and killed instantly. While we're not sure, we can make an educated guess to infer that Lorenz's murder is the aforementioned favor that Lotta is performing.

Another unresolved mystery is what happened to Dr. Winter in the end. Mia starts watching the diary tapes, and soon after, Dr. Winter arrives on the scene. Dr. Winter is going to give Jasper a dose of Oblivion. Mia, on the other hand, perceives a threat, making a commotion. Fire starts when a combustible material falls to the ground. As Dr. Winter storms out, fire grabs the oxygen cylinders and causes combustion. Dr. Winter breathes his last.

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