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The FBI estimates there are currently over 300 active serial killers in the United States. What would happen if these killers had a way of communicating and connecting with each other? What if they were able to work together and form alliances across the country? What if one brilliant psychotic serial killer was able to bring them all together and activate a following? Welcome to The Following, a terrifying new thriller.
Drama "The Following" is about diabolically clever serial killer who uses a special technology to create a cult of serial killers. However, FBI agent starts hunting after him who knows about everything.Read more »
The action began when notorious serial killer Joe Carroll escaped from death row. The FBI immediately called former agent Ryan Hardy to consult on the case, as he was the one responsible for Carrollâ€™s capture in 2003, after Carroll murdered 14 female students on the Virginia college campus where he taught literature. Ryan, working closely with an FBI team, including Mike Weston and FBI Specialist Debra Parker, uncovered that Carroll was covertly communicating with a network of followers while in prison. Challenged with the ever-growing web of murders orchestrated by the devious Carroll, the FBI quickly learned that they were up against not one, but a cult of killers.Read more »
Â«The FollowingÂ» â€“ it is a kind of mixture of ugliness and beauty, a vicious combination of aesthetics. All that decorated as disgusting and horrible fiction, but incredibly entailing maniac is worth your attention. Heâ€™s name Joe Carroll. We see him as a charming villain. It is impossible to ignore the fact that heâ€™s incredibly smart. All we know that it represents the character as a bastard killer. But look in his eyes and a female part of viewers ready to listen him humbly and meekly. When he said just a word, we are ready to take his side. We know that in real life would not even come close to that, would run away in all haste. We think we might not follow his grandiose ideas. But no. We sit, and we like it. He is opposed to charging quite a young man, the usual boring and a bit silly. Reckless and needlessly risky behavior â€“ it is his credo. Ryan Hardy, a former FBI agent, who was forced to cease the investigation because of the injury; his broken, tired, not interested. All that he can â€“ is to dilute his longing, doing daily alcohol and chase the villain who plays with him.Read more »