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THE FOLLOWING: In a flashback, Joe Carroll (James Purefoy, L) confronts his next victim in the "Welcome Home" episode of THE FOLLOWING airing Monday, March 11 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2013 Fox Broadcasting Co. CR: David Giesbrecht/FOX

A dangerous game threatens a life on an all-new The Following, airing Monday, March 11 on Fox.

 [Spoilers Ahead]

In “Welcome Home,” with Joey Matthews still missing and the search for Joe Carroll escalating, the FBI brings in Nick Donovan (guest star Mike Colter) to run lead on the case, much to Ryan and Parker’s dismay. Meanwhile, a follower from the past meets up with Joe Carroll, and their plans have a life-threatening result in the all-new “Welcome Home” episode of THE FOLLOWING airing Monday, March 11 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (FOL-108) (TV-14 L, S, V)

Cast: Kevin Bacon as Ryan Hardy; James Purefoy as Joe Carroll; Natalie Zea as Claire Matthews; Annie Parisse as FBI Specialist Debra Parker; Shawn Ashmore as Agent Mike Weston; Valorie Curry as Emma; Adan Canto as Paul; Nico Tortorella as Jacob; Kyle Catlett as Joey Matthews

Guest Cast: Chinasa Ogbuagu as Agent Deidre Mitchell; Mike Colter as Nick; Warren Kole as Roderick; Tom Lipinski as Charlie Mead; Annika Boras as Louise; Arian Moayed as David

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1 Comment

  1. For as many problems TV dramas tend to have, The Following
    seems able to transcend all of them. “Welcome Home” was a perfect example of
    that. After eight episodes the show is still able to keep me guessing and make
    me jump, the characters are still able to surprise me with their heroism and
    the depths of their villainy. Take Agent Weston catching a severe beating and
    not giving Claire’s location up as an example of the former, and basically
    anything Joe does or says or flashes back to as a prime example of the latter. I work at DISH and live-Tweeted the episode
    with some of my friends and coworkers, and we all really enjoyed “Welcome Home”
    immensely. I really enjoy live-tweeting the show with my friends, but tend to
    miss a few things, so I re-watch the episode by myself the next day. Since “The
    Following” airs during primetime on one of the four major networks, it was
    recorded by my DISH Hopper, and I
    was able to watch it this morning before I left for work.

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