‘Wayward Pines’ Season 2 Spoilers: What we can expect to happen if Fox renews the series
The list of possible plots for 'Wayward Pines" season 2 goes on and on despite the lack of official announcements from Fox or the showrunners confirming its renewal. For those who want the story of the mysterious town to continue, below are possible plots theories circulating online.
Ben acts as the rebel's leader
The major reveal in the first season finale of "Wayward Pines" saw Ben Burke, played by Charlie Tahan, wake up from a three-year coma. He found out that the new town is now filled with First Generations led by Jason. This could be a good starting point for the sophomore season as Ben could look for people who are against Jason's leadership and eventually lead an uprising.
Adults will take over the town
If Ben will look for allies, the best place to visit is the suspension chambers filled with adults that were sent there by the teenagers. According to International Business Times, the adults could be reawaken from their deep sleep and help Ben take down Jason if Fox decides to give season 2 a go signal.
Adam Hassler teams up with Ben Burke
Adam is Ethan's boss in season 1 who has been attacked by the Abbies, as seen in the video discovered last season where he realized that the remaining civilization is in "Wayward Pines" only. However, International Business Times also noted that no one can really tell if Adam really died in the incident so he could definitely return for another season.
These are just some of the popular plot theories from diehards who have been wishing for "Wayward Pines" season 2. However, even before the season 1 finale ended, Hodge made it clear via E! that although there are some initial talks about season 2, an official statement is yet to be released.
Adam, Ben could go against the leadership of Jason and the First Generations and reawaken the adults who were put to suspension chambers to eventually become their allies.
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