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The Following 3 Seasons 2014

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Season 2
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4.6 out of 5 stars (301) IMDb 7.5/10

Heading into its intense, spellbinding second season, Kevin Williamson's THE FOLLOWING catches up with Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon), who has since withdrawn from consulting with the FBI after the shocking events at the end of the first season. After several bizarre incidents, however, Ryan realizes that Joe Carroll's (James Purefoy) bloody web of murder is not over.

Starring:
Kevin Bacon, Natalie Zea

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Season 2
1. Resurrection

In the season premiere, Ryan's gotten his life back together. Then, on the anniversary of Joe Carroll's death, a murderous new rampage leaves everyone shocked and terrified.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 19 January 2014 43 minutes
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2. For Joe

After the subway massacre, Ryan's obsession with the case becomes stronger than ever. Meanwhile, revelations surrounding Joe's new life are brought to the surface.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 26 January 2014 43 minutes
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3. Trust Me

Ryan searches for the correlation between the recent massacre and the remaining members of the Carroll's cult, while the FBI becomes increasingly aware of his undercover agenda.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 2 February 2014 43 minutes
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4. Family Affair

While Emma becomes even closer to Mark and Luke, Joe and Mandy meet up with a follower in need of help. Meanwhile, Ryan and Max try to stay ahead of the FBI.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 9 February 2014 41 minutes
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5. Reflection

Ryan and Max capture a suspect, leading to a game of dangerous cat and mouse. While Joe establishes a plan of his own, Emma realizes she is in dangerous company.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 16 February 2014 42 minutes
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6. Fly Away

Ryan and Max contact the FBI, but Weston has other ideas - leading to a standoff between good and evil. Meanwhile, Joe's new relationship escalates into uncharted territory.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 23 February 2014 42 minutes
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7. Sacrifice

Ryan and Max contact the FBI, but Weston has other ideas - leading to a standoff between good and evil. Meanwhile, Joe's new relationship escalates into uncharted territory.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 2 March 2014 43 minutes
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8. The Messenger

After a tragic turn of events, Ryan attempts to find the man who originally taught Joe to kill. Meanwhile, Emma and Mandy wait for Joe to reveal his new plan at the compound.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 9 March 2014 43 minutes
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9. Unmasked

Ryan, Max & Weston discover information that leads them closer to uncovering the mole within the FBI, while Joe and Micah execute a plan to announce a message to Ryan and the world.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 16 March 2014 43 minutes
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10. Teacher's Pet

While Joe's power over the Korban cult grows, he sets a deadly plan in action. Meanwhile, Ryan and Max devise a plan to contact Joe, in hopes of tracking down his whereabouts.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 23 March 2014 43 minutes
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11. Freedom

A deadly massacre leads Ryan and Mike into very dangerous territory. But as more details are revealed, they realize that someone other than Carroll might be on the rise.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 30 March 2014 42 minutes
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12. Betrayal

Joe targets the son of a man who stands against him, while Ryan is faced with the Claire's shocking reappearance and Mandy makes a decision that causes chaos for Joe.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 6 April 2014 43 minutes
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13. The Reaping

Ryan tracks down the location of the Korban compound with hopes to infiltrate the cult and capture Joe Carroll, but all doesn't go exactly as planned.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 13 April 2014 43 minutes
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14. Silence

Joe Carroll puts his final plan into action, threatening the lives of many, as Ryan and Mike go to great lengths to stop him and prevent more innocent lives being lost.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 20 April 2014 43 minutes
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15. Forgive

In the Season Two finale, Mark and Luke turn the tables on both Ryan Hardy and Joe Carroll, forcing the two sworn enemies to come together to save the woman they love.

Subtitles AGES-18-AND-OVER 27 April 2014 43 minutes
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SEASON TWO - (The review does outline the flow of the series)
One year has passed since 'Joe Carrol' (James Purefoy) is believed t have died in the explosion
at the lighthouse, dental records had confirmed it.
'Ryan Hardy' (Kevin Bacon) and his wife 'Claire' were attacked in their home,'Claire' died at nd Hospital.
Ryan' has slowly rebuilt his life away from the F.B.I. and now lectures on crime.
When a number of passengers on a N.Y.subway rail carriage are killed by men wearing 'Joe Carrol'
masks the F.B.I. seek out 'Ryan' and former partner 'Mike Weston' (Shawn Ashmore) too see if they may
be of help as the deaths mark one year since 'Carrol's' supposed death, it looks like related cult killings
or could it be copy-cat, the one survivor from the carriage 'Lily Gray'(Connie Nielsen) will remain at
risk from the cult.
Could it really be that 'Carrol' lives, have the sadistic cult risen from the ashes ?
'Mike Weston' still working with the F.B.I is very much involved in the investigation, can former agent
'Ryan' really ignore what's going on.
Is cult leader alive and pulling the stings and ordering the killings,former foot soldier 'Emma'(Valorie
Hill) is beginning to wonder what's going on hearing the News-Reports.
'Ryan's' niece NYPD cop 'Max Hardy' (Jessica Stroup) is fast becoming involved with her uncles private
need to get questions answered.
The first series was brilliant, this has started with the same intensity, 'James Purefoy' as cult-leader
'Joe Carrol' a master-stroke, perfect casting.
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Like the first season of The Following, this is all fairly ridiculous. But it is entertaining. If you can swallow the plot twists and the levels of bloody carnage that fill the show on a regular basis then there's enough here to keep you coming back for more.

We jump forward a year after the end of the first season and it's not long before our boys Ryan (Kevin Bacon) and Joe (James Purefoy) are pitted against each other again in another sinister game of cat and mouse. Other previous characters are present and correct (those that are still alive anyway) along with a fair few new faces to keep things fresh. From serial killing twins, to a new devilish cult, to a fame hungry preacher - everyone's got a murderous glint in their eye. Add this to the usual grossly incompetent cops and it keeps the feeling of pretty much anything can happen.

It's not perfect but the acting it strong for the most part, the tone is deliciously dark and it all sprints along in a blur of twists and turns which makes it a good show for binge watching. Keep clicking the button for the next episode and before you know it, they're all gone. Onto Season 3 then I guess.
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This is a brilliant series! We watched the first season on Prime and felt that it was well worth the money to buy season 2. Kevin Bacon is excellent as Ryan Hardy... a bit like Jack Bauer in 24 - in fact I feel that The Following is like 24 without the clock. Chilling at times, unpredictable and there's lots of "I didn't see that coming" moments that take you by surprise. A 'must see' for all action thriller addicts.
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If you recall adverts for products such as the VW Golf that claim that the new version tops the older model, then this could be said of Season 2 of The Following in my opinion.
Serial killer Joe Carroll is still alive and kicking and is motivating groups of would-be killers to perform acts of outrage often with the aim of taking revenge against Ryan Hardy for originally capturing him and 'stealing' his ex-wife.
James Purefoy and Kevin Bacon continue their central roles respectively and are again the backbone of the 2nd season;as previously whatever faults there were in season 1 were overshadowed by their commanding performances,and this season gives them more depth as the story progresses.
Connie Nielsen (of Gladiator (2000) - Two Disc Set [DVD] fame)is the new love interest in Bacons life as he tries to settle into his new life away from the FBI,but never far away are the machinations of Purefoy's serial killer and his following.
It's more of the same,with some of the solid characters of the previous season giving equally pertinent support.
If you found season 1 bland and silly don't bother;some people did.There is more of the same here,with 'followers' comming out of the woodwork when you least expect it which to me added to the plot.
In conclusion I think this is an excellent follow up and adds to the 1st season if you are desperate for more.
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The first series was excellent, the second is every bit as good.
The twists and turns in the plot, the horror and violence leaves you gasping.
If your watching series two you must have watched series one so nothing will be a surprise in the horror front.
Absolutely compelling watching.
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Really enjoyed the first series despite occasional over the top moments. The second series however became rather tedious. Constant failings by authorities and characters attempting one man operations led to predictable 'badie' getaways. I think if the characters had more common sense the series would have been over in a few episodes. I realise these shows have an element of artistic license but this strayed a bit to far from realism for me to engage. Also, most viewers probably have enough spacial awareness to see that just because a character is approaching out of shot the other characters should still be able to see/hear them before they are by their side.

Missed opportunity for a great sequel.

Otherwise the series is visually good, well scored, and well cast. Performances just about carried the show.
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