‘Gravity Falls’ Season 2 Update: Could Mabel Die?

By April Lara | 2 years ago
‘Gravity Falls’ Season 2 Update: Could Mabel Die?
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Weirder things are definitely coming to “Gravity Falls” Season 2 and it’s going to be epic. As previously reported, someone might die this season and although we have some theories, there’s a rather strong and more convincing theory surrounding Mabel’s fate. Could she die?

According to “Gravity Falls” creator Alex Hirsch, “This is one giant, epic, multi-part story, The stakes are going to be higher, the situations are going to be stranger, the magic is going to be bigger, and we will see every character again in some fashion having to deal with this completely unusual situation. You’ve never seen anything like this before,” he said as per Franchise Herald.


In Episode 18 of “Gravity Falls” Season 2, Mabel was trapped in a prison bubble and it is theorised that it is Bill Cipher’s fault. On the other hand, another theory suggest that it is Mabel’s “imagination” to blame as to why all of the crazy things are happening feeling Weirdmageddon even more. She is also to be believed to be one of the keys to Bill’s plans as per Movie Pilot.

This theory only becomes even more stronger with the speculation that the pink glow from the prison isn’t coming from the bubble but from Mabel. Also, there is also the fact that Bill called her by her first name, which might mean that Bill sees Mabel a threat. If Mabel escapes prison, Bill will lose his power and the whole universe will crumble. There’s also the fact that Hirsch recently took to his Twitter account to reveal that someone’s going to die this season on “Gravity Falls.” Could it be Bill instead?

For now, let us await the epic season finale of “Gravity Falls” Season 2. Who do you think will say goodbye this season?

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April Lara has a degree in Journalism and Professional Culinary Arts. She started a career in Journalism in 2009 and has been part of MNG since March 2015.