“Resurrection” Season 2 premieres Sunday, Sept. 28 at 9 p.m. EDT on ABC, and viewers will finally see what happened to the residents of Arcadia. However, any mystery fan knows that you can’t forget about what happened last season or else you’ll be completely lost. That means it’s time for a “Resurrection” recap. Here’s what went down in the Season 1 finale:

More and more people returned to Arcadia in the final episode. Bellamy (Omar Epps) contacted his supervisor to get some supplies like food and water without a lot of questions. Military personnel were told that a flood left a lot of people without food and shelter, so they came into town with supplies. However, Sheriff Fred Langston (Matt Craven) told them about the Returned.

Fred and the military personnel tried to gather all of the Returned in the school gym to kill them. But fans know that this plan won’t work. Rachael (Kathleen Munroe) was killed after she Returned only to Return once again. She even looked at her dead body in the morgue. However, the Sheriff was determined to kill the Returned after his wife, Barbara (April Billingsley), came back from the dead just to leave him for another man.

Bellamy suspected something was wrong when the military forces started becoming very strict about who could go where within the building. Bellamy decided to pull the fire alarm to let at least some of the Returned out.

Maggie (Devin Kelley) attempted to help the Returned that were left in the gym, but she was arrested. Her father, the Sheriff, claimed that he would fix this. As she was taken away in handcuffs, Maggie said, “Haven’t you done enough?”

The Thompsons, a family from the 1950s, told the Langstons that they were looking for their son Robert. He had a crescent-shaped birthmark on his neck. However, Bellamy needed to separate the families. The Thompsons went to stay with Tom’s (Mark Hildreth) ex-wife, Janine (Lori Beth Sikes). The Langstons only needed to hide Jacob. Henry (Kurtwood Smith) and Lucille (Frances Fisher) decided to let Bellamy take Jacob (Landon Gimenez) out of town to save him.

On their way out of town, military SUVs and helicopters surrounded Bellamy and Jacob. Bellamy carried Jacob in his arms, and viewers saw the back of Bellamy’s neck for the first time. He had a crescent-shaped birthmark.

In “Resurrection” Season 2, viewers will finally learn if Bellamy is a Returned. However, Bellamy will have to search for the answer himself. He’ll wake up in the premiere without any memory of the past week. Meanwhile, more people will Return in “Resurrection” Season 2. Jacob’s grandmother Margaret Langston (played by “Game Of Thrones” star Michelle Fairley) will Return, but she might have some trouble adjusting to some things that have changed.

“Resurrection” Season 2 will premiere on Sunday, Sept. 28 at 9 p.m. EDT on ABC. Will you be tuning in? Sound off in the comments section below.