While yesterday saw CBS announcing their full fall scheduling lineup and releasing trailers for most of its upcoming offerings, notably absent was the presence of upcoming summer series 'Under the Dome,' based on the Stephen King novel of the same name. Thankfully, the eye network has now come through with our biggest look at 'Under the Dome' yet, offering a bit more blood, gore and explosions than we've come to expect from CBS. Go 'Under the Dome' to find the full trailer inside!
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CBS' upcoming summer series adapting Stephen King's 'Under the Dome' has given out some impressive imagery in its teasers thus far, but none as compelling as the most recent trailer set to a re-arranged version of iconic Bob Dylan classic "All Along the Watchtower." Sure, it borrows a cue from 'Battlestar Galactica,' but a good use is a good use! See for yourself in the newest 'Under the Dome' trailer inside!
The moment CBS announced it would take Stephen King's 2009 thriller 'Under the Dome' to series, certain fans rallied behind a cry of "Simpsons did it" given that the 2007 feature-length adaptation of America's favorite animated family featured a similarly domed premise. Both domes proved mere coincidence, with a 2010 'Simpsons' episode even addressing the similarity, but how will CBS' upcoming summer series pay homage to 'The Simpsons' in turn?
We're anxious to get a good look 'Under the Dome,' as CBS new series adapted from Stephen King's 2009 novel prepares for a June 24 debut. Where last time Stephen King himself took us behind the scenes and offered up a few snippets of footage, the latest look 'Under the Dome' highlights the true chaos of a town that inexplicably finds itself cut off from the outside world one day. Go 'Under the Dome' with the latest trailer inside!
Folks may be abuzz with all the spring finales and premieres, but upcoming CBS summer event 'Under the Dome' will really have everyone talking. The new 13-episode series adapting Stephen King's book of the same name will premiere on June 24, but what mysteries cause a mysterious dome to appear out of nowhere and cut off a small town from the outside world? Find out in the first-look trailer for CBS 'Under the Dome!'
CBS may not yet have given us any real look 'Under the Dome' as production gears up, but its casting sure has turned heads. Last week casting 'Breaking Bad' star Dean Norris as the Stephen King-adapted piece's villain, 'Under the Dome' has next cast ousted 'Twilight' actress Rachelle Lefevre in the leading female role. Will the hotly anticipated summer series break out of its shell or find itself lost in the summer shuffle? Go 'Under the Dome' with the latest casting inside!
As AMC's 'Breaking Bad' prepares to make its final run of eight episodes this summer, we've been hearing multiple announcements about the various cast member's forthcoming projects. Bryan Cranston has his own deal with Sony TV, while Betsy Brandt has joined Michael J. Fox's untitled NBC sitcom and Anna Gunn has her own Bravo series lined up, but what of our main man Hank Schrader? This summer, stock up on Schraderbrau as 'Breaking Bad's' Dean Norris will go 'Under the Dome' for CBS! Find out the latest details of the Stephen King series inside!
Besides the 2013 Super Bowl, the real excitement last night may have been what was under a dome of a different kind (or not under it, depending on your understanding of electricity), but CBS certainly didn't waste the opportunity to at least get the phrase 'Under the Dome' out there. Full casting has yet to be completed and filming has yet to begin, but CBS started early getting the word out on its summer Stephen King series 'Under the Dome' with a first-look teaser that premiered during the Super Bowl. Check out our first new look at the buzz-worthy mystery series inside!
In a rare move that sees major broadcast network CBS taking on a show originally developed for pay-cabler Showtime, CBS has announced that it will take to series an adaptation of esteemed horror author Stephen King's novel 'Under the Dome.' The project is to be written by 'LOST's' Brian K. Vaughn, but will it bring in the post-apocalyptic buzz that 'The Walking Dead' and 'Revolution' have managed to pull in? And will it continue beyond the initial order?