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Joe Carroll Lives...And Talks To Good Day!

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Over 15 terrifying episodes, serial killer Joe Carroll led a reign of terror on the FOX hit series "The Following." And tonight, it begins again.

Season two premieres tonight, plunging viewers back into the world of former FBI agent Ryan Hardy, played by Kevin Bacon. The star is joined by returning actors Shawn Ashmore and Valorie Curry, as well as new cast members Sam Underwood, Jessica Stroup, Connie Nielsen, and Tiffany Boone.

And though he seemingly died in the season finale, James Purefoy's Joe Carroll is back. Come on, did you really think he was gone for good?

Thanks to the assistance of FOX Publicity, Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken went to the show's set in Brooklyn to chat with the stars. Click to video to see if he survived!

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