Wayward Pines: Season 1

Wayward Pines: Season 1

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Sci-fi series set in a seemingly perfect American town, full of beautiful homes and manicured lawns, that comes with a price: you cannot leave or communication with the outside world.

2015Rating: TV-14USADe Line Pictures, Storyland, FX Productions, Blinding Edge Pictures
DramaScience Fiction

Episodes

EPISODE 1.1

Where Paradise Is Home

A Secret Service agent ends up questioning his own sanity... More as he searches for two missing colleagues in a strange town that he seemingly can't escape.

EPISODE 1.2

Do Not Discuss Your Life Before

Ethan is helped by Beverly as he continues looking for... More clues to figure out how Secret Service agent Bill Evans' body ended up in an abandoned house; and he gets answers to the mystery of why people in Wayward Pines always have to answer their phones. Theresa and Ben decide to take their search to Idaho.

EPISODE 1.3

Our Town, Our Law

New evidence is uncovered by Ethan, who, while still in... More shock that Kate participated in Beverly's "reckoning" in the town square, has another run-in with Sheriff Pope and is given a new house by a real-estate agent. Theresa and Ben head to Idaho.

EPISODE 1.4

One of Our Senior Realtors Has Chosen to Retire

Ethan is appointed to a leadership role in Wayward Pines... More and his first act, according to Nurse Pam, should be to call a reckoning for Peter McCall for his treasonous act of graffiti on Main Street. Ben receives private tutoring from Megan Fisher on his first day of school. Theresa is offered a job as a real-estate agent.

EPISODE 1.5

The Truth

Ethan ventures outside of Wayward Pines and his shocked by... More what he discovers. Theresa shows up to her first day of work and meets with a client who seems to share her feelings for the town. Megan Fisher teaches Ben the truth about where he's living.

EPISODE 1.6

Choices

Ethan learns more about Wayward Pines and its residents. Theresa... More sets her sights on investigating an unusual plot of land. Kate and Harold plan a covert operation.

EPISODE 1.7

Betrayal

Ethan finds a bomb planted in his car, which leads... More him to question people he thought he could trust; Kate and Harold discuss their fertility issues with Nurse Pam; Ben's relationship with Amy heats up.

EPISODE 1.8

The Friendliest Place on Earth

David suspects a traitor inside the complex helping the insurgents,... More and orders Pam to question the technicians. Meanwhile, Ethan is determined to stop more terrorist attacks like the one that put Ben in the hospital.

EPISODE 1.9

A Reckoning

Harold's failed attempt to break past the fence surrounding Wayward... More Pines leads to questions from Ethan about other insurgents who have gone off the grid. Amy's health takes a turn for the worse. Nurse Pam pushes Theresa to investigate Plot 33. Ben is encouraged by his teacher to speak publicly about current events.

EPISODE 1.10

Cycle

The electricity in Wayward Pines is turned off with deadly... More repercussions. As Ethan and Kate take the necessary steps to move everyone out of harm's way, Nurse Pam confronts Pilcher on his decision and tries to convince him to reconsider.

Wayward Pines: Season 1 | Reviews

78%77 reviews

Rotten Tomatoes® Score

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

The fact that it wasn’t brought down by the accumulated weight of ridiculousness and “can you top this?”-style narrative trickery should be thought of as a testament to the show’s quality...

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

If you have the patience to get through some bumpy spots in the first few episodes, Wayward Pines really starts to work.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Wayward Pines is a thrill to watch, totally original with puzzles and clues that suck you in...

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Wayward Pines is supposed to be so scary it keeps people awake at night. I’ve never slept better.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Likable, dynamic and intelligent, Dillon’s a welcome presence and easy to hook into as a protagonist...

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Mostly it’s good, creepy fun, a round-the-fire story of a series that may turn out to be about something bigger than it seems.

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Independent

Independent

It's nice to see Eighties heart-throb Dillon back in a starring role, and his permanently confused facial expression is ideally suited to this series.

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Salon

Salon

If you’re in the mood to follow a yarn that feels like it was thought up by a science-fiction writer in 1961, you’ll have a blast with this show.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

It felt as if we were being force-fed a contrived, slightly camp oddness: a bad caricature of small-town American strangeness.

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Huffington Post

Huffington Post

Wayward Pines has done absolutely nothing interesting with the building blocks and the reasonably talented cast it has assembled.

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Wayward Pines: Season 1 | Release Details

Wayward Pines: Season 1 is available to stream in New Zealand now on Disney+.