Looks like "The Following" will be doing their own version of the red wedding.
The first footage from Season Three of Fox's serial killer thriller was unveiled on Sunday at New York Comic-Con -- and it teased a potential bloodbath at Agent Mendez's nuptials.
The clip begins innocently enough, with Kevin Bacon's Ryan Hardy giving a speech at the reception. We see glimpses of new couples and a solo Mike Weston (Shawn Ashmore). But, this is "The Following" ... where nothing ever goes as planned.
Screams break out and the teaser cuts to black. Color us intrigued!
At the panel for the show, it was revealed that Season Three will pick up one year after the events of Season Two, with flashbacks to fill in the blanks. From the video above, it's clear we've missed a lot -- from breakups to hookups and a lot of new faces.
toofab's Brian Particelli recently chatted with Shawn Ashmore about what's to come -- where he revealed some big news: Joe Carroll will STAY in prison this time.
"What I can say is Joe Carroll is not going to break out of prison again. A lot of people say 'OK, well he broke out once, he'll break out again.' I think that the challenge this season is to continue to bring that paranoia and fear, knowing that Joe Carroll is behind bars," Shawn told us while promoting the home video release of "X-Men: Days of Future Past."
"The idea of where we go from there is fascinating and what I've read so far about the third season, it's going to be really scary and really fun," he adds.
The cast and crew have only been filming for a couple weeks now, and Shawn says Season Three marks a return to some of the of best aspects of the show's first season.
"It has all those twists and turns you've come to expect from the show but I think that we're trying to go back to some of the mystery and fear like in the first season," he says. "I think the second season was crazy because Joe Carroll was on the loose and there was a massacre every episode and it was sort of terrifying in that way. I think what I really loved and we're going to go back to a little bit is some of the mystery, not knowing who the bad guys are."
"I think that was a lot of fun on our show, the idea of anyone could be a follower, coming out of the woodwork, but we don't know who," says Shawn. "As opposed to we now know that there's this giant cult out there and every episode there's an attack."
And, if this teaser is any indication, nobody's safe -- even at their own wedding.