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FROM Season 1 Episode 5

FROM Season 1 Episode 5: DEEP DIVE and BREAKDOWN

Thank you FROMily, we are back with another recap of our favorite “Don’t Trust ANYBODY” show FROM Season 1 Episode 5. I’m your host, Anthony, and I will do my best to be your guide in this week’s episode as we’re picking up where we left off last week with The Matthews family getting acclimated to town and Sara getting a message to take out the boy and having a seizure in the town’s Diner.

This week’s episode is titled “Silhouettes” which definitely alludes to a story that Fatima tells Julie in this episode but also could be a metaphor for how some people *cough* SARA *cough* aren’t exactly who they appear to be… This is a pretty wild episode with a LOT happening so let’s not waste too much time.


FROM unravels the mystery of a nightmarish town in middle America that traps all those who enter. As the unwilling residents fight to keep a sense of normalcy and search for a way out, they must also survive the threats of the surrounding forest; including the terrifying creatures that come out when the sun goes down. The series stars Harold Perrineau (Lost) leading an ensemble cast that includes Catalina Sandino Moreno (Maria Full of Grace, The Affair), Eion Bailey (Band of Brothers, Once Upon a Time), Hannah Cheramy (Under Wraps, Van Helsing), Simon Webster (Strays), Ricky He (The Good Doctor), Chloe Van Landschoot (Charity, Skin), Corteon Moore (Utopia Falls), Pegah Ghafoori (The Perfect Wedding), David Alpay (Castle Rock), Elizabeth Saunders (Clarice), Elizabeth Moy and Avery Konrad (Honor Society). New series regulars joining Season 2 include Scott McCord (East of Middle West), Nathan D. Simmons (Diggstown, This Hour Has 22 Minutes), Kaelen Ohm (Hit & Run, Eumenides Falls), Angela Moore (A Series of Unfortunate Events, Maid), AJ Simmons (Reacher) and Deborah Grover (My Next Door Nightmare, Jann).

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