With the season premiere on July 27, it signified the end of another era in Wayward Pines created by writer Chad Hodge. The first season was about surviving and escaping the creepy town of Wayward Pines. The second season was about surviving the creepy town of Wayward Pines and just staying alive. As as expected, there were so many twists and turns, you didn’t know who was going to live or die. Take a step back in time to see what executive producer M. Night Shyamalan, actors Jason Patric, & Djimon Hounsou had to say about season 2 of Wayward Pines, see an overview of this season and its season finale. Spoiler alerts ahead!
After the surprising success (audience and critical reaction), Wayward Pines is returning to FOX with a new leading man and an even sterner civic government.
Jason Patric’s character is the new guy in town – and he wants to know where are we? Season 2 also features a number of returnees – Carla Gugino, Melissa Leo and Terrence Howard among them – and, of course, the abbies. Wayward Pines returns on Wednesday, May 25th (8/7C). Check out the creepy trailer after the break.
Djimon Hounsou will be joining Jason Patric in season two of FOX’s summer hit Wayward Pines.
In this very, very, very post-apocalyptic world, Wayward Pines is the last toehold of humanity on the planet. Hounsou will play C.J. Mitchum, an original inhabitant of Wayward Pines, and the town’s historian.
For further details, follow the jump. Wayward Pines returns this summer.
In the season finale of Wayward Pines (FOX, Thursday, 9/8C), things are going really, really badly, really, really quickly. David Pilcher (Toby Jones) has decided that if the townspeople aren’t willing to do things his (megalomaniaical) way, then he’ll just kill them all off and start again.
Check out a teaser/featurette for the season finale, Cycle, follwing the jump.
After the tumultuous events of the show’s fifth episode, M. Night Shyamalan, executive producer on FOX’s Wayward Pines (Thursdays, 9/8C), spoke with a group of journalists/bloggers about thosee revelations and why they were made. He also teased the second half of the season (as much as he could).
If you’ve been DVRing the show, you might want to not follow the jump. There are key revelations in the conversation.
If you’ve been watching Wayward Pines (FOX, Thursdays, 9/8C), you know what a leap the show took last week. If you haven’t been watching, you’re missing one weird and wonderfully odd show. What started off as some hybrid of The Prisoner and Twin Peaks suddenly became something else entirely.
With Wayward Pines pre-empted this week, FOX has released a ‘Five Episodes In Five Minutes’ video to refresh your memories (if you’ve been watching) and to give new viewers the chance to check the show out and be brought up to date before the next new episode on Thursday, June 25th. Check it out after the jump.
While on assignment to find two fellow Secret Service agents who have gone missing, Special Agent Ethan Burke wakes up in a forest of pine trees. He stumbles into the lovely town of Wayward Pines shortly thereafter. Then things go terribly awry.
From the Lost-ian opening shot to the Twin Peaks-like mountain town to echoes of The Prisoner’s prison, The Village, Wayward Pines has fun playing off expectations in unexpected ways – wearing its influences on its sleeve – but only on its sleeve.