Containment Season 1 Episode 8: A week longing and the CW’s mini-series “Containment” revert with a fresh instalment titled “There is a Crack in everything” citing some major expeditions in the episode.
The synopsis reads: George Young portraying as Dr Cannerts paved a way leading him to the method to formulate the cure for the disease.
A continuum of the outbreak of the deadly virus and then spotting the boy named Thomas who is immune to the effects of the virus, Dr Cannerts is able to get a breakthrough to develop the cure for the disease.
In the last episode named “Inferno”, a mob of drugs freaks attacked Jana and her friends. However, With Jackie at the rescue, they were able to kill them all. Meanwhile, in pursuit of saving Jana from the infectious people, David Gyasi portraying as Major Lex lost his badge while entering the cordon.
Jana was able to get the hospital’s surveillance video intact, thereby out breaking it as an evidence of the origin of the virus leak out. Kaite and Jake immediately started to analyse and inspect the video to find out any info about the Patient Zero.
Containment Season 1 Episode 8
Initially, both of them have a hard time defending the data recovery centre, thus assuring its safety. But the in the later stream, they will be seen using the city’s underground tunnel network to escape from the cordon.
Thomas, the boy who turned out to be a ray of hope in this massacre, as he is immune to the deadly virus outflowing in the city. The boy will extent his help to Dr Cannerts in the upcoming instalments to develop an antidote for this dreadful virus.
However, the crus lies in the part that the for the development of antidote, the extraction of serum from Thomas poses a great risk to his life as it requires a risky surgery. In the leaks of the upcoming stream, Dr Lommers is seen requesting Lex to pull Thomas out of the fence. But the same appears to be a tedious job for Lex. Later, fortunately with luck on his side, he will find his badge and he will able to carry out his concealed operations off the radar.