CHECK OUT THE ON MY BLOCK END OF SEASON 4 EXPLANATION ON NETFLIX!
On My Block is available on Netflix! If you want to know the explanation for the end of Season 4, read on! In season 4 of On My Block, some nasty things happened that will mark viewers forever.
We knew a character was going to die soon because there hadn’t been a main character’s death since season 1. And we knew the final season wasn’t going to be all rainbows and unicorns, especially in Freeridge, where the neighborhood is overwhelmed by gang activity.
What we didn’t know, however, was that there would be multiple character deaths. The two-character deaths took place separately in Season 4, but they still hurt. If you want to know if a sequel will see the light of day, read this. Otherwise, we give you an explanation of the end of Season 4 of On My Block on Netflix!
EXPLANATION OF THE END OF SEASON 4 OF ON MY BLOCK
Oscar thinks Cesar is in danger and he should move to Portland with them. But Cesar categorically refuses. A few days later, we learn that Cesar was put in prison for beating a drug dealer. Oscar releases him on bail, but Cesar isn’t happy.
Meanwhile, after what he’s done, the gang thinks he’s the wrong person to lead them and they demote him. On the other hand, another gang tries to kill him in broad daylight. Cesar is scared and comes back to his brother. He tells her that he is so sorry for being a jerk and that he was right about the world of crime. Cesar finally says he will come to Portland with them and start a new life.
On the other hand, Jasmine offers to accompany Ruby to the prom. They go there together, with Jamal and his date. Sierra also accompanies them. Now it’s time to crown the King of the Ball and the choice falls on Ruby and Jamal. To everyone’s surprise, Ruby wins. As the principal invites the king and queen of the ball to dance, Ruby asks Jasmine to come dance with him. Everyone is dancing, but Cesar is always with someone else and not with Monse.
At the end of Season 4 of On My Block, Cesar leaves Vero and visits Monse, who is upset and sitting in the school parking lot. They both talk to each other and Cesar finally talks to him about his feelings. But all good things must end. Cesar thanks Jamal for believing in the unbelievable when no one else did, for finding RollerWorld that led them to Lil Ricky, and for letting him know that without Jamal he probably wouldn’t have made it. And they find out that Abuelita left them a card, so RollerWorld 2.0 it seems?
Overall, it was a perfect ending to the series. Sadly, Oscar was killed, but that wasn’t the biggest surprise either. The essence of On My Block was to focus on life experiences, travel, and all forms of relationships. Life experiences, like going to different universities, having responsibilities that may get in the way, or traveling, like Latrell growing up with them but taking a whole different path, like Cesar if his friends hadn’t saved him.
Or the relationships, the adorable relationship of Jamal and Abuelita, Jasmine and Ruby, and the inevitable Monse and Cesar. Showing the importance of life and friendship, the final episode is 5 stars from me.