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Why Wayward Pines Isn't Like Every Other Mystery Show

  You probably haven't heard much about Fox's Wayward Pines without also hearing the names of classic shows like Twin Peaks and The Prisoner . And while executive producer Chad Hodge admits the DNA of those shows is inherent in his new 10-episode event series, which premieres Thursday at 9/8c on Fox, ...   Read More...   //

'Wayward Pines' Review: An Edgy, Surreal and Terrifying Psychological Thriller

  What happens when supernatural screenwriter and director, M. Night Shyamalan ( The Sixth Sense, Signs ), collaborates with Blake Crouch, the horror novelist and creator of the critically acclaimed Pines trilogy? You get FOX's Wayward Pines , a psychological thriller about a mentally unstable secret service agent who finds himself trapped in bizarro-land where all kinds of scary, unimaginable circumstances lead him to question his own sanity and stage a seemingly futile escape. We're questioning that sanity as well, especially since Shyamalan's trademark is the shocking surprise denouement. Is it worth a watch? Let's take a look.  Read More... //

Review: FOX's 'Wayward Pines' a town of second-hand mysteries

HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Wayward Pines," the new FOX drama starring Matt Dillon, Terence Howard, Melissa Leo, Carla Gugino and Toby Jones.   Read More... //

Wayward Pines Review: Stellar Cast Steers Unpredictable Thrill Ride

The name M. Night Shyamalan promises unexpected twists and turns, and though his legacy has become somewhat tarnished since the heady days of The Sixth Sense, he absolutely delivers with Foxs upcoming Wayward Pines 10-episode limited series. Shyamalan is an executive producer and directs the pilot. Adapted by Chad Hodge (The Playboy Club) from Blake Crouchspopular book series, Pines has beenrightfully compared to David Lynchs ambitious Twin Peaks, but it also shares striking similarities with other shows including The Prisoner, Lost and the more obscurePersons Unknown. Things are never what they seem and no one is quite where they want to be, while viewers are left scratching their heads at almost everything they see.   Read More... //

Review: In Wayward Pines, a Small Town Reveals Its Layers

M. Night Shyamalan is one creator of Wayward Pines on Fox, which is based on a series of novels by Blake Crouch.   Read More... //

'Wayward Pines': TV Review

Matt Dillon is a Secret Service agent who stumbles into a very weird town in this miniseries from M. Night Shyamalan.   Read More... //

Wayward Pines Review: Foxs Limited Series A Wild Ride

You can never leave the small town of Wayward Pines and you might not want to literally. Debuting on May 14 on Fox , the 10-episode limited series has taken two years to make it to the small screen, but, as my video review above says, once the whole thing gets going,m its a wild ride.Based on Blake Crouch's bestselling novels, adapted for television by Chad Hodge and executive produced by M. Night Shyamalan , who also directed the pilot, Wayward Pines is part conspiracy //

We Saw Half Of Shyamalan's Wayward Pines, And It's Surprisingly Decent

Its not a spoiler to say something wrought by The Sixth Sense s M. Night Shyamalan has twists. This is useful, because Wayward Pines , his series adapted from the books by Blake Crouch, is chock full o twists. Weve seen the first half of the 10-episode season, and these are our (spoiler-free!) first impressions.   Read More... //

Wayward Pines: Series Premiere Review

Matt Dillon stars in the first TV series from M. Night Shyamalan.   Read More... //