Originally posted on Deadline:
SPOILER ALERT: This story contains details of tonight’s Wayward Pines finale.
After 10 episodes and a summer of time-shifting successes, Wayward Pines came to a bloody and awakening end tonight – literally and figuratively. Or did it? Although picked up as an event series back in 2013 by Fox, the mystery series from executive producers M. Night Shyamalan, Chad Hodge, Donald De Line and Ashwin Rajan based on the trio of novels from Blake Crouch looks both on and off screen like it could be coming back.
Yes, the finale tonight saw the consequences and divisions as the power went out in Wayward Pines, the protective fences came down, and the harsh reality of 4028 revealed as the Aberrations flooded the once idyllic seemingly 21st century town, killing many in their path. After a final and seemingly fatal confrontation with mastermind David Pilcher (Toby Jones), former Secret Service agent and…
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