Fans of the drama thriller, "Wayward Pines", want to see more of it, but it remains to be seen if the series will be renewed. According to show creator M. Night Shyamalan, the show might just have a future.

"The Visit" director said he is still in talks with Blake Crouch, author of the "Wayward Pines" trilogy. Shyamalan said that he would do the show if he knows the end.

"I need to know the end. I'm working with the writers. If I can think of an end and work backwards then I'll do it. In TV I need to know there is an end point," he said, according to a Fox 5 report.

The latest news confirms that the dystopian drama might be renewed despite reports which suggest that Shyamalan might not be part of "Wayward Pines", as he has several other projects in the offing, including Avatar's sequel, "The Last Airbender", and another thriller. 

Meanwhile, Fox announced that it is contemplating season 2 for the show.

Set in 4028, "Wayward Pines" chronicles life in a town by the same name. The residents of Wayward Pines are the only survivors in a post apocalyptic world, where aberrations or abbys as they are known, threaten to make them extinct. Towards the end of season 1, secret service agent Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon) is killed while saving the town from abbys. His son, Ben, wakes up from a coma three years later to find a town bereft of his mom and other adults. It is run by a group of teenagers known as the first generation.

Season 1 of "Wayward Pines" was the no.1 scripted show during summer.