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For a second, let’s imagine that The Following wasn’t cancelled, and that 2016 would see the return of Ryan Hardy and his vendetta against a mysterious organization of super-rich serial killers (or whatever Campbell was hinting at in Monday’s series finale).
What would that plot have looked like? TVLine asked executive producer/co-showrunner Alexi Hawley to give us a sneak peek at a Following that never was.
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“Most known serial killers are poor or middle-class. Why is that?” Hawley says, adding that the notion fascinated the show’s writing staff. »
The final two episodes of Fox’s The Following on Monday night drew 3.1 million viewers with a 1.0 rating and then 3.1 mil with a 0.9 rating (tying its all-time demo low).
NBC | The Voice (11.1 mil/2.6) rose 10 percent and two tenths week-to-week, but was off 5 and 19 percent from its previous performance finale. The Night Shift (5.4 mil/1.2) was steady vs. last week and »
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The exclusive clip from tonight’s two-hour series finale (Fox, 8/7c) above shows Max freaking out while her ex-and-sorta-current boyfriend Mike bleeds all over the emergency room. Ryan eventually shows up, but all Hardy can to is try to comfort his panicked niece — and even that doesn’t go so well.
3 items from 2015
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