Wayward Pines (2015–2016)
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Time Will Tell 

CJ reflects on his life and the great responsibilities he's had over the centuries; Theo and Megan disagree over the Abbies' intelligence.


Jeff T. Thomas


Blake Crouch (based on the novels by), Anna Fricke | 1 more credit »





Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Patric ... Dr. Theo Yedlin
Nimrat Kaur ... Rebecca Yedlin (credit only)
Josh Helman ... Xander Beck (credit only)
Tom Stevens ... Jason Higgins
Kacey Rohl ... Kerry Campbell
Tim Griffin ... Adam Hassler
Hope Davis ... Megan Fisher
Djimon Hounsou ... CJ Mitchum
Toby Jones ... David Pilcher
Dakota Daulby ... Griffin
Simone Missick ... CJ's Wife
Janet Glassford Janet Glassford ... True Believer
Donny Lucas ... True Believer #2
Chris Shields ... Charles Keen
Narciso Maldonado Narciso Maldonado ... Running Man


Theo and Megan take opposite views of the Abbies' intelligence as Theo tries to communicate with their leader. And later, an underestimation proves extremely costly. Elsewhere, a reflective CJ ponders the great responsibilities he has had over the centuries.

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Release Date:

6 July 2016 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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First episode to show a pre-abby. See more »


One scene shows C.J. watching an apocalyptic video transmission about 500 years in the future (according to the date he wrote on the wall when he woke up that day). Aside from the amazing coincidence that one of the every-twenty-years days he was awake was the same day as the end of the world (roughly a one in 7100 chance), it seems equally unlikely that television tuning systems built in 2014 would still be able to receive transmissions of video technologies that have had five centuries to evolve. Even if the video feed was by cable or internet, the 26th century transmission protocols surely would have changed too much for 21st century tuners to decode. See more »


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Written by Charles Clouser
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Season 2 Episode 7 best one!
8 July 2016 | by mysticstar99See all my reviews

I admit when I first started watching wayward pines, I wasn't sure how I felt as it was very confusing. But I stuck through it and personally I think season 2 is even better. But this episode (and I will not give away any spoilers),in my opinion was the most intense. And even though there was no action,(OK, I was wrong... SPOILER coming up)you would think it would be dull, but the character of the female Abby just chills me to the bone. Without her doing anything but a look. I enjoyed this episode because I like the way it shows what CJ's job was during everyone's "sleep" time before anyone woke up and how he saw the world change. And I just liked the incredible intense scenes in the lab with the female Abby. Dr Yedlin is right when he said "did you ever stop to think she might be observing us?" Oh damn straight she's observing!!

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