It seemed early on as if HBO trailers would have a monopoly on the day, but TNT has a few reasons of their own to be excited. 'Falling Skies' season 4 officially set a June premiere, announcing the news in a new trailer from SXSW, while its network also set premieres for the Sean Bean-starring 'Legends' and post-apocalyptic drama 'The Last Ship' with trailers of their own.
Well, this is a twist. No doubt 'Falling Skies' star Noah Wyle earned the leading role in TNT's alien actioner through relationships forged as the Indiana Jones-esque 'Librarian' in multiple TNT films, but could Wyle go back to lead an ongoing series spinoff dubbed 'The Librarians'? Get the latest on Wyle's 'Falling Skies' future on 'The Librarians' right here!
Among the many mysterious moments 'Falling Skies' season 4 glimpsed during the recent New York Comic-Con trailer, one silver-haired young lass caught our eye in the final moments. We finally have an explanation for the new player, as 'Harry Potter' franchise vet Scarlett Byrne has been confirmed as a regular for the intriguing new role.
'Falling Skies' has delivered some impressive season 4 content in the past few weeks, including that casting announcement of Mira Sorvino atop the full-length trailer from New York Comic-Con, though a few questions remain unanswered. Now that the main characters are out on the road and increasingly divided, what will become of season 3 guest stars Robert Sean Leonard or Noah Wyle's former 'ER' co-star Gloria Reuben?
'Falling Skies' season 4 gave us an advanced look at the summer 2014 premiere in the tantalizing new trailer from New York Comic-Con, but the TNT alien actioner still has some secrets left to spill. Mira Sorvino is the first big name to be announced for a 'Falling Skies' season 4 guest role, appearing in a recurring arc opposite John Pope (Colin Cunningham), but what part has she to play in the new resistance?
Well, that was fast! Just a few short months after 'Falling Skies' season 3 came to a conclusive end, TNT has already landed a season 4 trailer at New York Comic-Con. We've got creepy new mysteries, crazy-looking alien action, and all manner of new 'Falling Skies' season 4 goodies. So take a look at next summer's first official trailer!
Though only a few weeks have passed since 'Falling Skies' ended its piece-shifting season 3 finale, "Brazil," production on season 4 has already picked back up for the next year of human-alien action. TNT has released the first new photo from the season, as well as an early look behind the scenes of production and a taste of the guest stars to come!
Sunday night, 'Falling Skies' season 3 came to an ultimate end in "Brazil," setting up the TNT alien actioner for its guaranteed fourth season in 2014. Before the Spielberg-executive-produced drama kicks up production on another round, however, departing showrunner Remi Aubuchon previewed the new season to come under 'Battlestar Galactica' vet David Eick, as well as a few lingering plot points from the past season.
‘Falling Skies’ season 3 rains down its 10th and final episode of the year with season 3 finale “Brazil,” where the 2nd Massachusetts find that victory over the Espheni comes with a steep price from the Volm, while Tom shares his final confrontation with Karen and receives an unexpected reunion.
Previous ‘Falling Skies’ episode “Journey to Xibalba” saw Tom Mason return to base as an explosion in Charleston trapped hundreds of survivors underground, and the identity of the mole finally came to light, so what does the season finale bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Falling Skies’'s season 3 finale episode, “Brazil”!
This coming Sunday will see TNT's 'Falling Skies' coming to the close of its third season "Brazil," its extended fourth season in 2014 already assured. And while the Steven Spielberg-produced alien actioner will no doubt unleash budgetary hell on either side of the alien-human conflict, what lingering questions can we expect to be wrapped by the final episode of the season?