By Eric Dodds
June 12, 2015

Normally sitting in an endless line of stand-still traffic is no one’s idea of fun.

On the other hand, when 2% of the world’s population disappears in an unexplained phenomenon and your destination is a town where exactly 0% of the population has mysteriously departed, a little traffic seems like a reasonable cross to bear.

The second season of HBO’s critically-acclaimed drama The Leftovers will return this fall with new characters and a new location. Instead of the fictional New York town of Mapelton, the latest season of Damon Lindelof’s series will be set in the fictional Texas town of Jarden (pop. 9,261). It’s probably too much to hope that there’ll be a crossover with another famous fictional Texas town called Dillon.

The Leftovers will return this fall on HBO, though the network has yet to announce a specific date.

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