Season One found Ryan dragged back into a world of horror, when the FBI reached out to him in the wake of Joe's escape from death row. Challenged with an ever-growing web of murders, Ryan and the FBI soon discovered they were up against not one killer, but a cult of killers directed by Joe, who appeared to die in a fiery explosion at season's end.
As Season Two unfolded, Ryan, FBI Agent Mike Weston and Ryan's niece, NYPD officer Max Hardly led an off-the-books investigation into Joe's presumed death and the whereabouts of his cult's remaining members.
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Following - Following sea - Netflix
In boating, a following sea refers to a wave direction that matches the heading of the boat. For example, if the waves of the body of water are heading in the same direction as the sailor, then the water is “following” the sailor's boat. The word “sea” in this phrase is used regardless of whether or not the situation involves a seafaring vessel.
The Following - Usage - Netflix
Sailors use this term synonymously with the points of sail below a beam reach, since the wind direction is generally the same as the sea direction. Therefore, the phrase “Fair winds and following seas,” implies that a vessel will have good winds, and not have to pound into the waves. The phrase is now used as a popular toast or salutation between mariners. It is also used during ceremonies, such as the beginning of a voyage, a ship's commissioning, a retirement, funeral et cetera. Following seas, combined with high winds (especially from the stern, or from behind the boat), can be dangerous and cause a boat to yaw (turn sideways) and swamp or plow under the wave ahead, if the winds and sea are too strong or violent. The original term may have been “Fair winds and a fallowing sea” where fallow means inactive. However, in the mariners' traditional toast or blessing a “following sea”, combined with a “fair wind”, to a sailor, implies that the winds are comfortable, the sailboat is “running”, i.e. sailing with the wind on its stern, and the seas are comfortably rolling in the same direction as the boat is heading, so that the boat seems to be skimming easily on the surface of the water.