SONGS – THE FOLLOWING (Season 2)

SONGS – THE FOLLOWING (Season 2)
Episode 15 “Forgive” s02e15
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Episode 14 “Silence” s02e14
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Episode 13 “The Reaping” s02e13
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Episode 12 “Betrayal” s02e12
Boys In the Wood – Black Lips
Lucas & Tilda kill Preston’s roommate and the girl in their/his room after the roommate insults Tilda.

Episode 11 “Freedom” s02e11
The Amazon Pull – The Malpractice
Closing scene. Last song

Episode 10 “Teacher’s Pet” s02e10
Something in the way – Nostalghia
Nirvana’s cover at the end of the episode. At Ryan’s apartment he tells Carrie that their plan didn’t work that he didn’t find Joe. She tells him that she believes, they kiss; Claire watches the news, she tells Scott not going back to Arizona.

Episode 09 “Unmasked” s02e09
Coming Right Along – The Posies
Song at the end of episode. When Ryan kisses the writer chick

Episode 08 “The Messenger” s02e08
Tempest – Deftones
Joe kisses Emma wrist; Max & Mike stare at each other from across the room; Ryan works on his “Joe” board; Mike flashes back to him & Carrie talking in a bar for the second time.

Episode 07 “Sacrifice” s02e07
Always There…In Our Hearts (Individual Shuffle-Ready Version) – The Flaming Lips

Episode 06 “Fly Away” s02e06
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Episode 05 “Reflection” s02e05
Isn’t It Romantic? – Steve Tyrell
Joe shaves and cleans up.
Always There…In Our Hearts (Individual Shuffle-Ready Version) – The Flaming Lips
Joe finishes his work, afterward he comes to Lily room, they have sex; Emma watches Mark asleep; Ryan races back to the motel looking for Max.

Episode 04 “Family Affair” s02e04
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Episode 03 “Trust Me” s02e03
Unsung – Helmet
When the FBI is raiding the followers house.
Stand By Me – Ki:Theory
End of episode wrap-up, as Joe and Mandy set fire to the house.

Episode 02 “For Joe” s02e02
Black Rose – Waylon Jennings
Playing on the radio as Joe talks to Judy.
Que Sera Sera – Doris Day
As the twins, Luke and Mark, have dinner and fun with the Fisher’s.

Episode 01 “Resurrection” s02e01
Homebound – The Elliots
Mike and Ryan chatting at the bar.
Bad Moon Rising – Mourning Rituals
Emma returns to the group with news; Ryan looks over the things from Carlos’ apartment; Judy finishes up with a “John”; “Darryl”/Joe comes in after being called about the new.
That’s the Way I Like It – K.C. And the Sunshine Band
Luke turns on Heather’s play list and dances around her apartment, singing.
Nights Are Forever Without You – England Dan & John Ford Coley
Luke dances with Heather’s body.
The War – The Centennial
The song playing in the kitchen when Hardy is preparing dinner

About the show:
THE FBI estimates there are currently up to 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? What if one brilliant and charismatic, yet psychotic mastermind was able to bring them all together and activate a cult of believers following his every command?
Welcome to THE FOLLOWING, the psychological thriller from creator/executive producer Kevin Williamson (“The Vampire Diaries,” “Dawson’s Creek,” the “Scream” franchise) and starring Golden Globe winner and Emmy Award nominee Kevin Bacon in his primetime series debut.
When notorious serial killer JOE CARROLL (James Purefoy) escapes from death row, the FBI calls former agent RYAN HARDY (Bacon) to consult on the case. Having since withdrawn from the public eye, Hardy was responsible for Carroll’s capture in 2003, after Carroll murdered 14 female students on the Virginia college campus where he taught literature.
Hardy is a walking textbook of all-things Carroll. He knows him better than anyone; he is perhaps Carroll’s only psychological and intellectual match. But the Ryan Hardy who broke the Carroll case years ago isn’t the same man today. Wounded both physically and mentally by his previous pursuit of this serial killer, it’s been a long time since Hardy has been in the field. This new investigation is his redemption, his call to action.
In contrast to the original investigation years ago, Hardy isn’t calling the shots anymore. He works closely with an FBI team, which includes young, razor-sharp MIKE WESTON (Shawn Ashmore) and FBI Specialist DEBRA PARKER (Annie Parisse), who is brought in to lead the investigation into Carroll and his followers. Although Weston seems to idolize him, most of the team considers Hardy to be more of a liability than an asset. But Hardy proves his worth when he uncovers that Carroll was covertly communicating with a network of followers in the outside world. It quickly becomes obvious that he has more planned than just a prison escape.
The FBI’s investigation leads Hardy back to CLAIRE MATTHEWS (Natalie Zea), Carroll’s ex-wife and the mother of the criminal’s young son, JOEY (newcomer Kyle Catlett). Close during Hardy’s initial investigation, Hardy turns to Claire for insight into Carroll’s next move.
The tension rises when Carroll’s accomplices kidnap his intended last victim (guest star Maggie Grace) from 10 years ago. Hardy becomes ever more determined to end Carroll’s game when he realizes that the psychopath intends to finish what he started.
The intense, spellbinding drama will follow Hardy and the FBI as they are challenged with the ever-growing web of murder around them, orchestrated by the devious Carroll, who dreams of writing a novel with Hardy as his protagonist. But since anyone anywhere could be a follower, how do you know who to trust?
THE FOLLOWING is from Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with Outerbanks Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television. The series is created, written and executive-produced by Kevin Williamson. Marcos Siega (“Dexter,” “The Vampire Diaries”) also serves as an executive producer and directed the pilot. (FOX)

The Following TV Songs, by episode

THE FOLLOWING MUSIC – LIST OF SONGS

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