Wayward Pines - Season 2
The second season begins after finding Jason Patric, the recently awakened member of Group C in a different setting. He appears to have found himself in the luxury city after meeting Sheriff Terence Howard on a vacation in Hawaii that aims to fix his marriage, although he is indifferent
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Jon Espino The Young Folks
May 25, 2016 This may as well be a CW show like The 100 because the show is now only about trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic world where there are things and people always trying to kill you.Read in Source
Brian Tallerico RogerEbert.com
May 24, 2016 I was willing to give Wayward Pines a chance to justify a second season. It simply doesn't do so.Read in Source
Roger Catlin rogercatlin.com
May 25, 2016 Instead of a weird mystery tension... it's quite dull and repetitive.Read in Source
Lily Sparks TV.com
May 26, 2016 The world left behind is still uniquely appealing and ambitiously high concept: a small town held captive by sinister, self-righteous, fascist teens called the First Generation and encircled by a goblin-infested hellscape? Yes, sign me up please.Read in Source
Robert Rorke New York Post
May 25, 2016 A second-season seemed like a good idea. But, like Showtime's The Affair, Wayward - based on the novels by Blake Crouch - was meant to be one-season show.Read in Source
David Griffin ScreenRant
May 26, 2016 Wayward Pines may not be the most unique show on television, but it can be a fun way to spend an hour when the series isn't taking itself too seriously.Read in Source
Ben Travers indieWire
May 25, 2016 Season 1 was, at best, a guilty pleasure with a weak ending. Now, you almost feel bad for the series in its second season, limping along, trying to rebuild from what little was left.Read in Source
Max Nicholson IGN Movies
May 26, 2016 While the new main character Theo isn't that interesting, the trajectory of the characters we know and where the story is headed certainly are.Read in Source
Dan Fienberg Hollywood Reporter
May 24, 2016 There are definitely more abbies in the second season, but if what you liked about the first was the insidious unknown, that's gone with little to replace it.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery