The third season presents new events, as Jefferson and Lynn find themselves facing a bad turn because of a row with each other. Meanwhile, there appears to be a rebellion by Anisa as a person embodied in the blackbird. Meanwhile, Jennifer feels unable to do anything during the groove of the period even though she has powers.
I hope this season maintains focus and doesn't find itself branching out too far away from its central conflicts. If the following episodes consistently operate at this level, this will be an exciting season to watch.
The one issue with the time jump was the sharp tonal shift. Don't get me wrong, the added tension and drama is well-appreciated to shake things up. However, the plot points between where the story left off and now are vastly different.