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THE FOLLOWING Cast Shares the Moments That Shocked Them

May 6, 2013 by  

If you watched the first season of THE FOLLOWING, you know there was no shortage of “WHAT THE HECK JUST HAPPENED?!” moments.

But as viewers, we experienced those things a bit differently from the people who were tasked with acting them out. So when I hit up THE FOLLOWING finale carpet last week, I asked the stars what moments from season 1 shocked them the most…

James Purefoy (Joe):


Kevin Bacon (Ryan):


Natalie Zea (Claire):


Valorie Curry (Emma):


What moment shocked you the most?

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7 Responses to “THE FOLLOWING Cast Shares the Moments That Shocked Them”

  1. jane lapenta on May 7th, 2013 5:22 pm

    i. loved the following. i watch it every monday night

  2. Linda on May 7th, 2013 5:50 pm

    I love this show!! It’s pretty gruesome, but good story line. I can usually watch a show or movie and pretty much predict what will happen…..NOT THIS SERIES!!!! I was stu

  3. Linda on May 7th, 2013 5:52 pm

    I will now finish my thought!
    I was stunned and a little angry that Parker had to die. I thought for sure they would get there in time. So sad to see her go.

  4. Bonnie on May 7th, 2013 9:54 pm

    This is the best show on TV. NEVER a dull moment! The acting is fabulous and Kevin Bacon is always great in whatever he does. Keep up the good work.

  5. Jeremy on May 8th, 2013 12:04 pm

    The Following had one of the most shocking TV dramas I’ve ever seen. I think it would be difficult to choose only one shocking moment, but I think Valorie Curry’s character Emma was the most shocking to watch. I’m still getting caught up with the season because I’ve been working the night shift at DISH this season, so I haven’t been home to watch live. Thankfully I have been able to watch The Following during my commute though by using the DISH Anywhere app on my iPad. It can stream The Following, or any other recorded show, from my DVR to my iPad wherever I have an internet connection.

  6. M. Christine Best on May 9th, 2013 5:43 pm

    WOW !!! What a final episode !!! Here are my thoughts for the next part of the story: Joe never really died cause his blood thurst passed on to those he brain washed. So, the killings continue (however gruesome that thought is). Emma, however idealogical her love for Joe is, becomes the Supreme leader for a while cause she wants Joe’s legacy to stay alive and thu killing she stays close to Joe’s ideals (however screwey they may be). Then a really serious twist happens: Emma, after trying raise the cult to the next level where she perceives Joe wanted it to go meets up with Claire in a bloody encounter in which Emma gets killed by Claire. Seems like that should be the END, but … a short time later after having had a happy ending with Ryan, Claire realizes that she is haunted by the gruesome memories of this very gruesome terror in her life. She tries to fight it and begins to remember how powerful she felt when she killed Emma … then she sees images of Joe (who had brainwashed and programed her all those years she was with him)… the memories are beginning to alter her … Emma’s death has unleashed this horrible desire in her that Joe had programed into her subconscience … then they learn that Parker is not really dead …

    GREAT JOB Team Following !!! You all are phenomenal actors !!! Can’t wait for the next season!

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