“Mayor of Kingstown”: From wuss to boss, Kyle McLusky’s remarkable arc

Contains spoilers for “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3

KINGSTOWN, MICHIGAN: “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 has gained major popularity, attracting fans with its compelling storyline and powerful characters, especially those considered underdogs.

In the first two seasons of “Mayor of Kingstown”, Kyle McLusky (Taylor Handley), the brother of Mike McLusky (Jeremy Renner), particularly lacked significant character development. However, in Season 3, he showed remarkable growth and adaptability.

In contrast to earlier seasons, where Kyle’s actions and decisions were often predictable, “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 portrays him navigating increasingly complex challenges with confidence, all while prioritizing family time.

Kyle McLusky’s new role on a SWAT team signals character development

Taylor Handley as Kyle McLusky in a still from
Taylor Handley as Kyle McLusky in a still from “Mayor of Kingstown” (@superamonto+)

In “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 2, Kyle struggled with deep guilt after accidentally wounding his and Mike’s mother, Mariam (Dianne Wiest), with one of his bullets, an incident that shattered his life.

However, “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 portrays a transformed Kyle, revealing a new dimension to his character.

In “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3, Episode 1, Kyle expressed his ambition to join the SWAT team to Robert Sawyer (Hamish Allan-Headley), but his proposal was quickly rejected.

However, Kyle continued increasing his training efforts. By Episode 5, he has successfully earned a spot on the SWAT team, marking a significant development indeed.

After joining the SWAT team, Kyle became noticeably calmer and calmer. His wife noticed that Mariam would have been proud of his growth and achievements.

In “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 Episode 6, Kyle also showed his fatherly side by prioritizing his family life after becoming a father.

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Taylor Handley as Kyle McLusky in a still from “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 (@paramount+)

Fans are also enthusiastically celebrating Kyle’s remarkable character growth. His development from a troubled past to becoming a father is a treat to watch.

Fans praise Kyle’s inspiring character growth in “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3

Taylor Handley as Kyle McLusky in a still from
Taylor Handley as Kyle McLusky in a still from “Mayor of Kingstown” (@supermontonto+)

Fans took to Reddit to express their heartfelt praise for Kyle’s character development in “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3.

A fan wrote on Reddit, “Has Kyle stepped it up as a dad and a person in general? It feels like one of those times where a baby was almost exactly what he and his wife needed. It’s really cool to see. Just something I needed. thought about.”

One fan commented on this Reddit post, saying, “I agree with you. Seeing Kyle, Tracy, and their child together was really nice. They were so excited to spend the next 24 hours together. I also feel like he’s so much more proud. to be with the SWAT now because he said he wanted to be on the front lines and make a difference.”

Another fan chimed in on Reddit, saying, “I felt bad for Traci because imo she’s a really nice down to earth women and it just felt like Kyle didn’t fully appreciate her so maybe a flip switch when baby Mitch was born that changed him. to be more present .”

In “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3, Episode 6, fans got a glimpse of Kyle’s family life. Tracy’s (Nishi Munshi) mention of having 24 hours together with their child offered a comforting break from the intense violence of the show.

It showed the softer side of Kyle and highlighted his dedication to balancing his risky work with precious moments with his family.

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Nishi Munshi as Tracy and Taylor Handley as Kyle McLusky in a painting from “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 (@paramount+)

This scene resonated deeply with “Mayor of Kingstown” fans. On Reddit, one fan said “the ‘we have 24 hours to ourselves’ comment during that conversation at the end of the latest episode was extremely sweet.”

Another fan commented on this Reddit post, saying, “Granted he’s been so distant for so long it’s amazing to see him present and realize what’s important.”

One fan wrote on Reddit, “I also feel like Kyle has changed a bit but he’s not my favorite character at all.”

How to stream “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3?

Jeremy Renner as Mike McLusky in stills of Mayor of Kingstown (@paramount+)
Jeremy Renner as Mike McLusky in ‘Mayor of Kingstown’ photo shoot (@paramount+)

“Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 Episodes 1-6 are currently available for streaming on Paramount+. New episodes of “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 are released every Sunday.

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“Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3 trailer



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