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Warning: The following contains an Abby-normal level of spoilers from this Thursday’s episode of Wayward Pines.
This week on Wayward Pines, midway through the Fox drama’s 10-episode run, Ben Burke as well as viewers learned that the question we should have been asking all along was not “What is Wayward Pines?” but “When?”
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Because the year that Ben, his folks and the other last remainders of humanity are living in is 4028. Yes, more than 2,000 years into the future. This is where you join me in bellowing:
M. Night Shyamalan is making his TV debut with “Wayward Pines,” a 10-episode events series that premieres Thursday night on Fox. The mystery miniseries, which has inspired comparisons to “Twin Peaks,” Shyamalan’s own “The Village” and more, follows an FBI agent, played by Matt Dillon, who heads to an odd Idaho town in search of two of his fellow agents who have gone missing. Once he’s there, however, he learns he may never leave alive.
The show brings to life the books by Blake Crouch, adapted for television by showrunner-executive producer Chad Hodge. Shyamalan serves as exec producer and directed the first episode. Along with Dillon, the cast includes Melissa Leo, Terrence Howard, Carla Gugino, Shannyn Sossamon, Toby Jones, Reed Diamond, Tim Griffin, Charlie Tahan, Juliette Lewis and Hope Davis.
Ahead of the thriller’s premiere, Hodge spoke to Variety about adapting the series, the all-star cast and »
- Alex Stedman
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