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Wayward Pines Preview: “A Reckoning” [+ Q&A with Composer Charlie Clouser] 

Photo Credit:  Liane Hentscher/FOX
Photo Credit: Liane Hentscher/FOX

Warning: Spoilers Ahead

After the bombing, Ethan did not want to go back to business as usual. It was important to him to track down all the members of the resistance so he could try to prevent any further terrorist activity. Theresa, on the other hand, had words with Megan, who is definitely influencing Ben’s (and all the kids) thoughts and actions. I know the children are the future of Wayward Pines, but no matter her motivations or intentions, Megan is absolutely overstepping. Is it bad that I want someone, maybe Theresa, to put her in her place? That will have to wait, though. With the perimeter wall breached, they’ve got much bigger problems to address. What’s to become of Wayward Pines?  Will Pilcher have to restart this community yet again?

Photo Credit:  Liane Hentscher/FOX
Photo Credit: Liane Hentscher/FOX

“A Reckoning” synopsis, from FOX:

After Harold attempts to break past the fence surrounding Wayward Pines, Ethan interrogates him about other insurgents who have gone off the grid. Meanwhile, Amy’s health takes a turn for the worse, Nurse Pam encourages Theresa to investigate Plot 33, Ben’s teacher, Megan Fisher, advises Ben to speak publicly about the current events effecting Wayward Pines and Ethan reveals the truth about the town to the residents.

I had the chance to talk to composer Charlie Clouser at Comic-Con last week. He discussed the sound of the show and when he learned just what kind of town Wayward Pines really is.

Wayward Pines airs Thursdays at 9/8c on FOX.

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