THE FOLLOWING: Marcos Siega and Jennifer Johnson on Keeping Joe Alive, the Stakes for Ryan in Season 3, and More | Give Me My Remote

THE FOLLOWING: Marcos Siega and Jennifer Johnson on Keeping Joe Alive, the Stakes for Ryan in Season 3, and More

August 12, 2014 by  

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For two seasons, Ryan Hardy’s obsession with catching Joe Carroll (and the duo’s twisted relationship) drove THE FOLLOWING’s storytelling. But now, Joe has been recaptured — and won’t be escaping — while Ryan will be facing a brand new threat in season 3.

So how will the series handle the massive shift in the show’s dynamic? And why did they ultimately opt to keep Joe alive after filming an alternate ending where he was killed? After the show’s Comic-Con panel, director/executive producer Marcos Siega and new showrunner Jennifer Johnson spoke with reporters about that, how James Purefoy (Joe) handled being in the dark about not knowing his character’s fate, and more…

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THE FOLLOWING returns in early 2015 on Fox.

Related:

THE FOLLOWING Season 3: Zuleikha Robinson Joins as Ryan’s New Love
THE FOLLOWING: Kevin Bacon and Shawn Ashmore Tease What Ryan and Mike Will Be Up to in Season 3
THE FOLLOWING at Comic-Con: Photos from the Panel and Fan Signings

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