“Resurrection” Season 2 is getting dangerous for the Returned. In the last episode, the Returned started to come down with a mysterious virus. As the virus progressed, people started to disappear. Then Margaret (Michelle Fairley) revealed that anyone could disappear if they lost the will to stay in Arcadia when she made Barbara (April Billingsley) disappear. With more members of the group falling ill, the race is on to find a cure in “Resurrection” Season 2, episode 6.
Bellamy (Omar Epps) is now "desperately ill," according to the synopsis, and he is looking for answers outside of Arcadia. He’ll meet up with his mysterious government boss (Donna Murphy) for answers. He knew that she was holding out information in last week’s episode, and she implied that maybe this was the natural course of things. Bellamy isn’t going to simply accept that. On his search for answers, he’ll discover some disturbing information about his past.
In the promo for “Resurrection” Season 2, episode 6, Bellamy asks his boss, “When were you going to tell me I died in 1934?” It looks like viewers will finally discover if Bellamy is the Thompsons' missing son. Nadej Bailey will also be guest0starring in the episode as Jenny Thompson.
Watch the promo video below:
It looks like Barbara and Mikey (Glenn Fleschler) won’t be the only ones to disappear. When another Returned disappears, “the living look for answers,” the synopsis teases. Maggie (Devin Kelley) has been searching for answers, but it looks like she’ll finally have some help from someone other than Bellamy.
Henry (Kurtwood Smith) will be distracted by a “tantalizing offer” from a new guy (Kyle Secor) in town. The synopsis doesn’t give details on the offer, but Henry has wanted to revive his family’s abandoned factory all season. Could someone finally make his dream come true?
“Resurrection” Season 2 episode 6, titled "Afflictions," will air Sunday, Nov. 2, at 9 p.m. EST. Who do you think will disappear next? Sound off in the comments section below!