The scenery in Wayward Pines makes you want to leave wherever you are and move to a little town in Idaho (even though it's largely filmed in British Columbia). It's beautiful: it must smell amazing. M. Night Shyamalan's newest creation is very M. Night Shyamalan. Just when you get sort of comfortable with the characters and the pace, something is thrown into the plot that makes you question everything you've come to believe about the show. And then, as always, he makes you realize that this is some genius metaphor for our world: real life. Plus, the cast is spot on. Matt Dillon is remarkably likable: totally believable as flawed FBI agent Ethan Burke (also, Dillon is 51?!) Terrence Howard is hilarious. This is part Truman Show, part Lost: the characters desperately want to get beyond their confines, but that might not be the best idea. It's a realistic, high-drama, science-fiction thriller. (And I still want to go to Idaho).