Snowpiercer Season 3 Episode 10, The Original Sinners, has an immensely fitting title as it shows what happens to the Eternal Engine when the people responsible for running it are going toe-to-toe again. The journey has been tough for everyone and given the circumstances, there were two choices: going to New Eden and staying on the train? Who went to wherever?
Snowpiercer Season 3 Finale: Who Went to New Eden and Who Stayed on the Train?
The finale of Snowpiercer Season 3, Episode 10, The Original Sinners, proves that humanity is not dead yet, in fact, it is even more alive than ever as it proves that when circumstances are dire, communication is key to preventing another bloodshed and save lives. Between Melanie and Layton, they chose peace over their personal intentions.
To stop a looming war, Melanie and Layton took matters peacefully through an agreement. It was a decision that would suit everyone. The only basis they would hold on to is either the safety that the train has provided over the years or the uncertainty and the possibility that life could thrive beyond it. In the end, the people peacefully took their sides. Both trains will have the same food and resources to sustain life.
Those who stayed with Snowpiercer are Melanie and Ben who would be manning the train; Bess and Audrey who lived their life the best way they know with Bess being the new lead Brakeman and Audrey with her art; Miles will study being an engineer; Gilles; Dr. Pelton; and Tristan who becomes the new Head of Hospitality.
Those who preferred to take the leap of faith to New Eden are Layton; Josie who finally gave their love another chance; Zarah and their daughter, Liana; Ruth who is at peace knowing that hospitality is now in good hands; Javi and Alex who will both man the train; Roche and his daughter, Carly; Oz; Icy Boki; and Dr. Headwood.
Snowpiercer Season 3 Episode 10, the finale, is now streaming on the TNT website and app. All the episodes are expected to arrive on Netflix anytime soon.