Trickster tells the story of Jared, an Indigenous teen struggling to keep his dysfunctional family above water. Jared holds down an after-school job and cooks ecstasy on the side to support his separated parents. But when Jared starts seeing strange things, his already chaotic life is turned upside down. At first, he thinks he’s losing his mind, but it turns out there’s more than meets the eye to the place Jared grew up, the people he loves.
Trickster Ep. 1
When a drug dealer threatens his mom over an outstanding debt, Jared struggles to come up with the money to save her, as frightening hallucinations hint at bigger troubles.
Trickster Ep. 2
While trying to ignore increasingly weird happenings and with Richie invading his home, Jared experiences an even bigger upset when he meets Wade, who claims to be his real father.
Trickster Ep. 3
With Maggie missing, Jared is on his own to battle with Richie at home while trying to sort out the truth about Wade — only to be confronted by a dangerous new arrival, Georgina.
Trickster Ep. 4
Reeling from the discovery about his parents, Jared’s world is further shaken when Wade warns him that he’s in danger from Georgina.
Trickster Ep. 5
Jared struggles with the shock of knowing that he’s a Trickster and must one day kill his own father. Maggie begrudgingly realizes she’ll need Wade to take on Georgina.
1st episode, so far so good!
not true horror in my opinion, but very glad Shudder got us access nonetheless. this was a terrific sci-fi/indigenous combo, and i loved every episode.
Wow. I have so many emotions. This is a great series
No Season 2? Crying... wonderful story and it's just getting started, very real and very surreal and it all blends together. We need more of this story, so well done capturing a mood and a heritage that is not much touched upon.
Very good , slow at times but has a good story line. Acting was pretty good over all. Hope there is a 2nd season or more. Seems like if written well this could be somewhat of a long running story. Lots of stuff unanswered. Over all, I liked it. Seen much worse.