Have you ever watched the CBS series 'Under the Dome'? No? It's okay, because 'Late Show' host David Letterman has, and he's more than ready, willing, and able to explain the dramatic series to his audience. Letterman is hip to the real plights inside the series -- sometimes, people want to leave, but they can't, because the dome. The
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Don’t any of these people know what a miniseries is anymore? In today’s TV landscape there are anthology series, “event series,” reboots, and relaunches. There are shows that were meant as series, but then given endings because they’re never coming back, and series that give themselves an series finale only to be given a reprieve at the last minute a million times
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery -- we all know that -- but that doesn't mean that the person (or in this case, the thing) being imitated needs to acknowledge the weirdness of being, well, completely copied
We didn't bother keeping up with CBS' Stephen King drama, 'Under the Dome,' in its initial 2013 run, given how far-fetched the sci-fi story quickly became, but will the people of Chester's Mill have a brighter day in season 2? CBS has officially set a premiere for Dean Norris and co. to return, along with a date for Stephen Spielberg-Halle Berry drama 'Extant.'
Well, this should come as no major surprise, considering the debut ratings alone, but it seems 'Under the Dome' has officially booked a lengthy stay in the fictional Chester's Mill. CBS has officially announced that the Stephen King-adapted series will return for a second season of 13 episodes in summer 2014, but will anything about the overall story change now that 'Under the Dome' has escaped the "limited series" bubble?
For as many TV series as we know to be locks for Comic-Con 2013, we take particular interest in the new shows that decide to show off their wares at the internationally famous pop-culture celebration. The latest to join the fray are CBS's breakout summer hit 'Under the Dome' and the upcoming Josh Holloway ('LOST') vehicle 'Intelligence,' but who from the series will be on hand to present at the panel?
Quite a few fans (around 13 million) went 'Under the Dome' for last night's big premiere of CBS's breakout summer series, all but assuring the Stephen King adaptation will be here to stay for the near future. As for those who have yet to discover the mystery for themselves, why wait until next week when CBS has put the entirety of last night's pilot episode online to watch?
We're just days away from the June 24 premiere of CBS's Stephen King-adapted summer thriller 'Under the Dome,' and the eye network has served up its first real slice of the series. Two new clips from the new mystery drama have hit the web, and while one teases the tension between the trapped townsmen, the other gets gorier than we'd ever expect to see on CBS!
We've been eagerly anticipating the June 24 premiere of CBS' Stephen King-inspired 'Under the Dome,' which in and of itself boasts a strong cast of recognizable TV players from the likes of 'Breaking Bad' and 'Twilight.' As we approach the kick-off date, however, we've learned of one surprise cameo that has surprisingly been cut from the pilot episode -- none other than President Barack Obama himself!
Much of our interest in checking out CBS's new Stephen King-produced summer drama 'Under the Dome' stems from the series' expansion beyond King's 2009 novel, which took place over the course of several days compared to CBS's multiple seasons. The prolific author recently spoke about the show in a behind-the-scenes featurette, and offered up our best look yet at the dangerous world that lies 'Under the Dome.'