Madison's words ostracize Abby from the group, but they all determine to leave the island. Henry and Abby stop to pick up Cal and Chloe but are dismayed to learn that the sheriff is gone. When state ...
Abby's mourning is cut short by shock, but friends prevent her from being lured away by revenge. Madison tells Shea about her new friend; Abby tells Henry and Danny that she is not Wakefield's child....
Co-executive producer Dan Shotz stated that finding someone for the role of Abby Mills was the most difficult part of casting, with hundreds of actresses auditioning. Elaine Cassidy was found after her self made audition tape was sent from London to Los Angeles, four days before filming on the pilot presentation began. See more »
When I first started watching this show, I was thinking 'yeah, sure, whatever, everyone's dying who cares.' As the season keeps going, I get more and more hooked. I thought it was slow the first two episodes, but man, was I sorrily mistaken. It's one of the best shows on TV. I would watch it over almost anything.
When the pilot was aired, I just told myself that it was a stupid show about some people who are too stupid to notice people dying. My friend convinced me to watch the second episode, and I am so glad she did! Each episode of this show draws you in more and more. It's very fast-paced and dramatic. Though it can be a little bit cheesy, the shocking murders really make up for it. The actors and actresses were also better than I thought they would be.
This show keeps you on the edge of your seat, and will always have you thinking. It is hard to point the finger at one person when there are so many people who are seemingly guilty.
I'm not even a huge fan of the blood and guts, but this show really knows what's up! I would recommend it for anyone who is into horror films in the slightest! It's well worth it.
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