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What is heck is happening in Wayward Pines? Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon) went from believing he was losing his mind to learning "the rules" of the town to working with Beverly (Juliette Lewis) to escape in "Do Not Discuss Your Life Before." Unfortunately, their plan hit a huge snag when phones started ringing throughout the town.

BuddyTV caught up with Executive Producer M. Night Shyamalan at C2E2 to find out if viewers should believe what they see, whether Beverly is really dead, the shifting tone of the series and more.
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Right after the season 11 premiere of The Bachelorette, ABC released a teaser for what's ahead of the season, featuring Kaitlyn Bristowe getting intimate with one of her suitors before the fantasy suite date. This sparked mixed reactions from fans of the reality dating series-- some of which took to social media to "slut-shame" Kaitlyn.

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Here we are in week two of Wayward Pines with "Do Not Discuss Your Life Before" and the plot continues its labyrinthine journey into insanity. The surprise ending of this episode has left viewers stunned and skeptical. Did that really happen? Is this some kind of bait-n-switch, or is that main character really dead? Further confusing the fact that the actor playing the part is credited for being in all ten episodes. Wha--? Yeah. 

Questions remaining from "Where Paradise is Home" include: How did Wayward Pines get to be like this? What retribution is so heinous that Ethan's ex-lover Kate would abandon her real life to avoid? What does Ethan Burke's Secret Service boss Adam Hassler know about what's going on and what experiment is Dr. Jenkins running that Ethan is unwillingly participating in? Sounds like a lot of questions, right? Well, Executive Producer M. Night Shyamalan has us right where he wants us -- turned around and flipped upside-down twisting in the wind and wondering what will happen next. Let's get to it. 
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With The Flash season 1 over, there's already a lot of anticipation about what we can expect in season 2. Luckily for us, some questions regarding the storylines for our favorite Flash character have already been addressed by the show's writers and producers. Even more excitingly, they have shared some information about which new characters we can expect as well.
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Jeff Probst would probably say that whoever won Survivor deserved it because they made it to the end and got all the jury votes. That's the diplomatic kind of talk one would except from the producer and host of Survivor. Fans know that not at all winners are created equal. This looked especially true for Survivor: Worlds Apart where four of the remaining five would've been undeserving winners. Thankfully, the right person, the only deserving person did win. 
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I recently had the pleasure of talking with Kathy Reichs, the creator of Bones character, forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Brennan. Joining us was her daughter, Kerry, who co-wrote this season's "The Woman in the Whirlpool" episode. Though Kathy reviews every single Bones episode for scientific accuracy, this is only the third episode the mother-daughter team has envisioned from concept to completed script, the first two being season 5's "The Witch in the Wardrobe," and season 9's "The Dude in the Dam." A novelist and forensic anthropologist herself, Kathy uses her own life experiences as the inspiration for the character of Temperance Brennan in her crime series from which the Bones television series concept sprang. 

Before we delved into details (and some juicy episode news) about how the mother-daughter team developed the concept for "The Woman in the Whirlpool," I wanted to know more about the real Kathy 'Temperance Brennan' Reichs in comparison to the Bones' Brennan, (or the literary Brennan for that matter), and who better to ask than the creator herself? Then I wanted to know what is most difficult, and what is most amazing about being a forensic anthropologist. Kathy's answers revealed an unexpected and palpable tenderness toward those whose remains came into her care. Not surprising was how many of the tiny and fascinating details of Kathy's experience have woven their way into the fabric of Bones.
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