‘Wayward Pines’ Season 3 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Abbies To Dominate Wayward Pines; Humans, Abbies Coexistence Possible? [PLOT THEORIES, PREDICTIONS]

By Laine Lucas , Updated Dec 07, 2016 06:35 AM EST
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It remains to be seen if Fox will give the green light to the M. Night Shyamalan series, "Wayward Pines." The series ended with a cliffhanger, leaving fans to wonder what role the Abbies will play in "Wayward Pines" Season 3 - that is, if there will be a third season.

It can be recalled that towards the finale of "Wayward Pines" Season 2, viewers saw that a monstrous Abby holding a human baby while humans in the closed community of Wayward Pines were sent to hibernation in a pod. Now, fans have shared their theories as to how the story will continue if "Wayward Pines" Season 3 will happen.

According to a fan theory from Reddit, "Wayward Pines" Season 3 will see the inhabitants wake up in the future and it will be revealed that the Abbies turned out to have evolved into more human-like creatures able to communicate. This way, the series will delve more on their way of life. In addition, it was thought that the kid who got left out from the school bus in the finale ended up saved by the Abbies and became their teacher.

In another theory, it stated that "Wayward Pines" Season 3 will feature the inhabitants into the future and living in a community of humans. But later on in that season, a big twist will be revealed - it turns out that most of the humans inside the community are actually a new group of Abbies that practices classism and racism and enslaves the humans.

Most of the theories suggest that the inhabitants that were sent to hibernation in Season 2 will wake up to a world where they need to co-exist with Abbies in "Wayward Pines" Season 3. But Blake Crouch, author of the trilogy novels that the series is based on, seemed to indicate that coexistence of both species is not possible. It's more likely that Abbies and humans will continue their fight against each other.

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