The biggest hit of last season was The Following, Kevin Williamson's deliciously twisted serial killer tale. Season one ended with a bang - literally - so when we saw the cast and producers at San Diego Comic Con this year, we had to ask some important questions.
The season finale is here, and the body count is at least three.
The FBI raids Joe's mansion, while the followers carry out their next gruesome plan.
Roderick becomes dangerously unhinged, and Claire makes a deal with the devil to save her son.
The FBI's investigation of the abandoned armory leads to a hardcore militia group.
A new lead on Joe takes Ryan and Debra to a hardcore S&M dungeon.
Claire's protective custody is no longer secure; Emma and Jacob have a rocky reunion.
For her "chapter," follower Amanda decides to kill all women named Claire Matthews.
Joe is settling into his new digs, but he is still missing his wife. On the FBI side, a new boss comes in and sidelines both Ryan and Mike - leading to severe consequences.
Valorie Curry has proven herself to be one of the breakout stars of Fox’s The Following. While Kevin Bacon is the star-power, Valorie is the not-so-quietly commanding force behind many of the followers. She plays Emma, a young girl in love with serial killer Joe Carroll since she was a teenager, now acting as the nanny for Carroll’s young son. We spoke to Valorie about her role and where the season is headed - and whether or not she will return for season two.