Wayward Pines

  1. Episode 10 Cycle
    Wayward Pines Season One Finale Recap: Here We Go Again Well, that was kinda disappointing.
  2. Episode 9 “A Reckoning”
    Wayward Pines Recap: Follow the Leader This episode was a reminder that our biggest enemies can often be ourselves.
  3. Episode 8 “The Friendliest Place on Earth”
  4. Episode 7 Betrayal
    Wayward Pines Recap: You Dropped a Bomb on Me Lazy plotting aside, Pines kept things at a controlled, suspenseful pace.
  5. Episode 6 Choices
    Wayward Pines Recap: Why Can’t We Be Friends? Toby Jones’s hairpiece – why?
  6. Episode 5 The Truth
    Wayward Pines Recap: The Kids Are All Right Wayward Pines officially reached its apex of WTF-ness.
  7. Episode 4 One of Our Senior Realtors
    Wayward Pines Recap: Into the Woods Wayward Pines once again serves up an installment that successfully juggles all the key elements.
  8. Episode 3 Our Town, Our Law
    Wayward Pines Recap: I Shot the Sheriff Now we’re getting somewhere.
  9. Episode 2 Don’t Discuss Your Life Before
    Wayward Pines Recap: The Lost Ones If Wayward Pines is supposed to make the viewer feel as trapped as Burke, then it’s working.
  10. Episode 1 Where Paradise Is Home
    Wayward Pines Recap: Been There, Done That Oh, Wayward Pines — how you remind me of so much and yet leave me wishing for something more.
  1. Episode 10 Bedtime Story
    Wayward Pines Season-Finale Recap: Lay Me Down to Sleep If this is the end of Wayward Pines, it’s a good way to go out.
  2. Episode 9 Walcott Prep
    Wayward Pines Recap: Mommy and Me The season can’t get any crazier than this, right?
  3. Episode 8 Pass Judgment
    Wayward Pines Recap: Running in Circles This time-killer of an episode prolongs an inevitable showdown.
  4. Episode 7 Time Will Tell
    Wayward Pines Recap: Follow the Leader “Time Will Tell” reminds us how good an actor Djimon Hounsou can be.
  5. Episode 6 City Upon a Hill
    Wayward Pines Recap: We Didn’t Start the Fire After watching this episode, it’s hard not to be on Team Abbie.
  6. Episode 5 Sound the Alarm
    Wayward Pines Recap: A Better Tomorrow This show really is turning out to be a soap opera, isn’t it?
  7. Episode 4 Exit Strategy
    Wayward Pines Recap: A Grand Disillusion Serious question: How do people keep getting liquor in the Pines?
  8. Episode 3 Once Upon a Time in Wayward Pines
    Wayward Pines Recap: Hello, Nurse! It’s always nice to see Melissa Leo.
  9. Episode 2 Blood Harvest
    Wayward Pines Recap: The Doctor Is In Is Wayward Pines becoming a soap opera?
  10. Episode 1 Enemy Lines
    Wayward Pines Season Premiere Recap: Fear and Loathing Is this show already running on fumes?

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