The Returned Sneak Peek: Nikki Tells Julie the Dark Truth(s?) About Victor

Tonight on The Returned (A&E, 10/9c), Julie is presented with the dark truth (and a jet-black bit of speculation) about her young charge, Victor. But whether she’s open to believe any of it is perhaps another matter.

As seen in this exclusive sneak peek, sheriff’s deputy Nikki (aka Julie’s rekindled flame) arrives with a full report on Victor’s background, including how the boy died… almost 30 years ago. Julie at first shrugs that off, before Nikki follows up with a theory about what — or who — caused the school bus crash that killed (or “killed”) Camille Winship, among others.

OK, is now a good time for Julie to begin freaking out?

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  1. Xena says:

    I know I’m considered a “stupid American” for actually liking a remake of a foreign show, even better than the original, but I don’t care! The remake does so many things the original failed at or just made no sense (ironically little of it had to do with the main plot of the returned people). I also really appreciate how they have slowly begun to drive it in a different direction than the original. I’m really hoping it gets a second season renewal.

  2. Andrew says:

    I really, really want to like this show, and I’ve watched every episode so far, but this show has literally gone NOWHERE.

    So, a bunch of people come back from the dead, which startles their families, who have already moved on from the less. I get it, but—so far—that’s it.

    Every week, I watch and hope that the plot will thicken to something interesting, but it hasn’t, and with only two episodes left, I can’t see what the writers have planned to really grip viewers.

    I hate to say it, but I think this one will bite the dust.