Past actions come back to haunt Ryan.
Good and evil collide.
Ryan Hardy captures a dangerous suspect.
Ryan Hardy hunts down a dangerous suspect.
A victim leads Ryan closer to the truth.
After the tragic subway killings, Ryan's obsession with the case becomes stronger than ever. Soon, mysterious phone calls bring him face-to-face with what may be his biggest threat yet. Meanwhile, revelations surrounding Joe's new life are brought to the surface.
In the season two premiere, a healthy and healed Ryan Hardy is living in New York City one year after his pursuit of serial killer Joe Carroll. On the surface, it appears that Ryan's gotten his life back together. But deep down, his obsession with Joe continues to grow. Then, on the anniversary of Carroll's death, a murderous new rampage leaves everyone shocked and determined to discover the truth.
A look at Season 2.
The FBI and the followers stage a final showdown that spills over to a lighthouse, and Hardy and Weston attempt to locate Parker, who's in danger.
As the FBI closes in on the compound, a desperate Carroll hatches a plan for a distraction that will give him an opportunity to escape.
At odds with Carroll, Roderick kidnaps Joey as collateral against both the followers and the FBI. An encounter between Claire and Carroll goes sour.
Weston returns to duty after recovering from his injuries, and he teams up with Hardy to pursue a follower who could lead them to Carroll and Claire.
Hardy and Parker discover a place with a dark and twisted secret. Emma's betrayal of Jacob continues to disrupt life at the followers' manor.
When Carroll learns where Claire is being held, Ryan races against time to move her before a group of followers get to her first.
With Donovan now in charge, Ryan and Parker must find ways to work around him. Carroll contacts Ryan to ask for help in locating Claire.
Nick Donovan takes the lead in the the search for Joey Matthews, upsetting both Ryan and Parker. The followers make Agent Weston their next target.
Joe insists he has to leave, assuring Mandy that she'll always have a special place in his heart.
Mandy asks Joe what it feels like to kill someone.
Emma meets Lily’s “family”, while Max and Ryan have a dangerous encounter with Giselle.
Joe doesn't know if he's safe at Lily's house, and Ryan will do anything to get information from Giselle. Director Nicole Kassell and writer Lizzie Mickery hint at what's next to come on The Following.
Kevin Bacon & Jessica Stroup on staging an intense fight scene right in the middle of Grand Central Station.
Writer/Supervising Producer Alexi Hawley talks about the challenges of writing a scene like the raid on the followers' house in New Jersey as cinematically as possible within the constraints of TV production.
The search for Lily Gray takes a turn when Max faces a new threat. Meanwhile, things aren't what they seem at the latest hideout for Joe, Emma and Mandy.
James Purefoy and Tiffany Boone talk about The Following’s deadly new addition, Mandy.
A preview of the subway scene.
The director and stunt coordinator give a behind the scenes look at Ryan's fight scene with Luke and Mark in this episode.
Max finds herself duct-taped and hanging from a ceiling, and Ryan will stop at nothing to find her.
Despite Ryan's protests, Weston says he's been through enough in the past year and calls it quits.
Max injures her hand punching a suspect but gets a rush out of capturing a suspect with Ryan.
Lily asks Mark to keep Emma occupied while she tries to spend some time alone with Joe.
Ryan looks to Joe's past as Joe plans for his future. All-New
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