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Nashville viewers certainly seem to love the show. It was trending on
Twitter once again tonight.
It was another week of serial killer
suspense. In just three episodes we've learned that Joe Carrol is more
than your average serial killer. It's not really him that the public has
to worry about, it's his following, that under Carrol's command uses
Edgar Allen Poe to inspire and sympolize their kills.
is for her love of Joe Carrol. If that means murder it means murder,"
says Valorie Curry, who plays Emma, a member of Carrol's Following on
The discovery of this cult is why they called in special agent Debra Parker.
character is a cult specialist and is there rounding out the team
trying to figure out Carrol l is up to," says Annie Parisse, who plays
The relationship fans of the show are closely
watching is the one between Kevin Bacon's character, Agent Ryan Hardy
and the ex-wife of Joe Carrol.
"She questions everyday. She is
hard on herself when it comes to asking the tough questions," says
Natalie Zea, who plays Claire Matthews.
The show reveals
that the two became an item. But will that relationship rekindle now
that Hardy has returned to help crack this case.
"H can that relationship maintain when it's birthed from such circumstances" says Matthews.
One reason fans seem to love the show is it's originality.
Something the shows creator says they promise to keep surprising you with - week after week.
"It's a work of fiction so having a blast coming up with crazy stories hero over the bad guy" says Kevin Williamson.
really like to play the part, stay true to who the guy is and make as
established of shows we can possibly do. We will see how it rolls" says
Kevin Bacon, who plays Agent Ryan Hardy.
The Following airs every Monday at 8 - right here on Fox 17.
Tuesday, February 5 2013, 12:03 AM CST
TBI: Women more likely family violence victims
June 20, 2013 08:10 GMT
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A new study of domestic violence in Tennessee last year found women were nearly two times more likely to be victimized than men and children were the victims in 16 percent of all family violence cases.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation put out a report this week analyzing crime statistics from law enforcement agencies across the state. Their findings show that nearly 15 percent of all crimes reported were domestic in nature.
The study looked at the relationships between victims and offenders as well as the influence of drugs and alcohol on family violence. The study found that more than 17 percent of family violence involves drugs or alcohol, with alcohol being the most common.
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