Wayward Pines

2015 • FOX
1.51K reviews
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Season 1 episodes (11)

1 Where Paradise Is Home
Based on Blake Crouch's international best-selling series of books and brought to life by suspenseful storyteller M. Night Shyamalan (“The Sixth Sense,” “Signs”), WAYWARD PINES stars Academy Award nominee Matt Dillon as a Secret Service agent on a mission to find two missing federal agents, whose investigation only turns up more questions. But each question leads him to the most important question of all: What’s wrong with Wayward Pines -- The 10-episode, intense psychological thriller also features Academy Award and Emmy Award winner Melissa Leo, Emmy Award nominee Toby Jones, Academy Award and Emmy Award nominee Juliette Lewis and Academy Award nominee Terrence Howard, among others. The highly anticipated event series will debut simultaneously in more than 125 countries across Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe and Latin America. The global WAYWARD PINES debut will be the world's largest day-and-date launch for a scripted series ever.
2 Do Not Discuss Your Life Before
After finding Secret Service agent Bill Evans' body in an abandoned house, Ethan continues to search for clues with the help of Beverly. Meanwhile, Theresa and Ben decide to go to Idaho to look for Ethan and Ethan finds out why residents of Wayward Pines always have to answer their phones.
3 Our Town, Our Law
Following Beverly's reckoning in the town square, Ethan is shocked by Kate's participation in the heinous act. Although determined to find his way out of Wayward Pines, Peter meets real estate agent Peter McCall, who gives him a new house. Meanwhile, Theresa and Ben head to Idaho to find Ethan, who has another run-in with Sheriff Pope.
4 One of Our Senior Realtors Has Chosen to Retire
Ethan Burke takes on a new leadership role in Wayward Pines.
5 The Truth
Ethan ventures outside of Wayward Pines and is shocked by what he discovers. Meanwhile, Theresa reports to her new realty job and meets her first client who is as confused as Theresa about the eerie town and Ben goes through orientation and learns the truth about Wayward Pines from his teacher Megan Fisher.
6 Choices
Ethan gets a tour of the facility and personnel that manage the day-to-day operations of Wayward Pines and learns more about the history and how the residents ended up in the eerie town. Meanwhile, at the realty office, Theresa finds a map of an unusual plot of land she wants to investigate and Kate and Harold are planning a covert operation.
7 Betrayal
After discovering the truth behind Wayward Pines, Ethan finds a bomb planted in his car, which makes him question people whom he thought he could trust. Meanwhile, Kate and Harold have a fertility consult meeting with Nurse Pam and Ben and Amy’s relationship heats up.
8 The Friendliest Place On Earth
After an explosion on Main Street leaves two key residents of Wayward Pines in critical condition, Ethan is determined to find out who is responsible for the horrific act. Meanwhile, Harold opts out of the covert operation he and Kate were planning, and Nurse Pam interviews surveillance engineers to find out if there are any workers responsible for falsely reporting activities of any Wayward Pines residents.
9 A Reckoning
After Harold attempts to break past the fence surrounding Wayward Pines, Ethan interrogates him about other insurgents who have gone off the grid. Meanwhile, Amy’s health takes a turn for the worse, Nurse Pam encourages Theresa to investigate Plot 33, Ben’s teacher, Megan Fisher, advises Ben to speak publicly about the current events effecting Wayward Pines and Ethan reveals the truth about the town to the residents.
10 Cycle
After Pilcher decides to turn off the electricity in Wayward Pines – with deadly repercussions – Ethan and Kate take the initiative to make sure everyone is out of harm’s way. Meanwhile, Nurse Pam confronts Pilcher on his decision and tries to convince him to reconsider, Ethan and Kate plan for an attack and the first generation tries to protect the future of Wayward Pines by taking matters into their own hands.
101 WAYWARD PINES First Look
Executive Producer M. Night Shyamalan (“The Sixth Sense”) takes us behind the scenes of WAYWARD PINES, a 10-episode event about a Secret Service agent on a mission to find two missing federal agents, whose investigation only turns up more questions.

About this show

Based on the novel by Blake Crouch, a Secret Service agent is on a mission to find two missing federal agents in a bucolic town but every step closer to the truth makes him question if he will ever get out alive.

Ratings and reviews

1.51K reviews
Sean Lohman
October 18, 2016
Started out with such a great story. Was hooked after 2 or 3 shows. Then just a continuous stream of disappointment. They have no idea how to build a characters arc. When season 2 starts a main character commits suicide. This person has every reason 2 fight on but i guess just for shock value all of a sudden there gone. So fn stupid. Way to go mnight another good show idea ruined because your a dipshit. Meh
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Plumrose “Sharon of Plumrose Lane” Lane
July 27, 2015
Sadly I had to change my original 5 star rating to 1.... While this started out with so much hope for a great mini series and built up to a climactic ending ~ the disappointing truth is we were set up for a failure of an ending in a "no hope" world (we get enough of that already in today's world of bought politicians and corporate control).
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Zyra L. F.
June 10, 2016
You want action and fun, check out ZOO. You want dreary, middling boring show. U found it.Since the big twist is known to the audience, 2nd season disappointingly starts as a misery tour of WP soon after the rebellion. None of the fun of 1st season, bland white guy is new lead. Terrible 1st episode, claiming to be about the aberrations this non-book season, remains to be seen.
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