‘Wayward Pines’ Season 3 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Humans & Abbies Living Peacefully? CEO Confirmed Storyline?

By Annavi A. Salvador , Updated Aug 25, 2016 07:06 AM EDT
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"Wayward Pines" Season 3 might just have a time jump should the executives finally decide to go on with the show. The previous season, in its entirety, did not perform as much as season 1 with only a 0.7 demo rating. However, the last episode of the Season 2 drew 3.5 million viewers to its small screen. With these figures, Fox still has to decide on the fate of thriller series.

Known for his creativity, M. Night Shyamalan has allegedly drawn the storyline for "Wayward Pines" Season 3. Spoiler news said that humans and Abbies were living in peaceful earth after a thousand years. Well, we already know that the story is based on a series of three parts. How do you think the show runners will bring the story to the small screen?

Ratings are very important factor in considering a renewal for a television series. Dana Walden, Fox's CEO, said that the series tops the list of scripted show of the summer. All the executives are waiting for are the numbers to go higher after all the platforms are considered. With these, viewers of "Wayward Pines" Season 3 should be hopeful that it will soon get a thumb up.

Walden even revealed that she has seen the storyline of "Wayward Pines" Season 3, and felt that indeed, there is a "compelling" reason to go on with the show. In fact, she has already been talking to the show runners like creator, director and even the producers. Season 2 has ended in such a way that it created more possibilities for the next season.

If and when "Wayward Pines" Season 3 will finally happen, it will be a challenge for everyone in the series to keep up or surpass the 3.5 million viewers they had on the last episode. As Walden said, they just have to reinvent every now and then.

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