That’s the factor about Nate proper now: I additionally, personally, stay inquisitive about how his arc will shake down. He nonetheless has classes to be taught, positive, however there’s nonetheless a while left to be taught them. All in all, the character is clearly nonetheless harboring combined emotions about the best way his life has modified since leaving Richmond.
“As much as he’s done what he’s done, there has to be an element of regret,” Mohammed beforehand informed Collider about Nate in season 3. “I approached it with him not being too headstrong about what he’d done and trying to play each scene with something in the back of my mind that was maybe not the right thing. Certainly, the earlier episodes were just him not really knowing whether he’d made the right decision or not, and I tried to play it both ways.”
As far as that “redemption arc” is anxious, it appears it should be a double-sided coin, with Nate not solely discovering a change inside himself but in addition gaining acceptance and belief again from Ted and the Richmond crew he left behind. In truth, the one method Nate will most likely absolutely settle for himself is that if he could make amends with Richmond on the entire.
“I think it also says as much about our capacity for forgiveness, as it does on the individual making the right or wrong decisions,” Mohammed defined to the outlet. “Someone having a redemptive story is as much about someone allowing them to have that redemption and to accept it. The onus isn’t always on the individual.”
Ultimately, Nate’s character growth is at a pivotal level, and from right here, he’ll both construct a legacy or stumble right into a downfall—however realizing this present, it will most likely be the previous.