After a few episodes that didn't move the story forward much, The Following turned things around in "Havenport." It was suspenseful and unpredictable. Through Joe's arrogance and his ill-advised use of his Followers, Joe was put into reactive mode on mult more
I have no idea what's going to happen for The Following Season 2, much less the finale in two weeks.
Except, the problem becomes not so much in being surprised by what's to come, but taking a roller coaster full of thrills and scares that jerks you up more
"The Following" starts off right off the bat with Agent Weston waiting too long to pull the trigger and letting Sheriff Roderick go. Read More... http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/04/15/the-following-recap-you-dont-own-me/?mod=WSJBlog
Joe and Ryan come face-to-face again on The Following and once again Joe escapes and Ryan isn't killed on "The Curse."
Insight into both Ryan and Jacob's pasts provide a few stunners. Check out more. Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/slideshows/the- more
There are a few problems that I’ve noticed most detective shows encounter. One of them is the red herring dilemma. That happens on the shows where the protagonists are in pursuit of a single goal. In order to keep the season going, there’s no more
A familiar face returns, the FBI gets closer and Claire confronts Emma in the Monday, April 8 episode of The Following, titled The Curse and recapped by HitFix's Sonia Saraiya. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/monkeys-as-critics/recap-the-following-the- more
Are Joe and Ryan that different on The Following ? In "The Curse," Joe believes that they aren't and he doesn't even know the whole story. The basis for Ryan's obsession with his "death curse" was finally revealed through flashbacks and it explains his li more
"What fuels you?" - Ryan
Well, technically, Joe asked the question first, something that's been bothering him to the point of writer's block. Sure, he claims that death drives him, as it drives Ryan, but I still feel like there's something more pushing more