Wayward Pines (TV Mini-Series 2015)

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Ethan burke’s new mission is to find the whereabouts of two fellow secret service agents. ¬†As he heads to Wayward Pines for answers, he is involved in a car crash, fatally killing his partner and injuring himself.

Ethan wakes in a strange hospital in a strange town where he seems trapped and unable to make contact with the outside world.

He seeks help with a local bartender who alerts him to the surreal nature of the town and the location of the bodies of the secret service agents he’s seeking.

When he sees a fellow colleague with a completely new identity, he asks her for answers but she only warns him to be careful as the whole town in under constant watch.



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