Under The Dome
As if the Season 2 premiere of ‘Under The Dome’ didn’t see enough death — two of Chester’s Mill’s residents are gone! — the July 7 brings yet more threats to the town. Barbie’s life is in danger! Click to WATCH a sneak peek!
Under The Dome brings some romance in tonight’s episode, but even Joe (Colin Ford) and Norrie’s (Mackenzie Lintz) young love can’t save the town. Still, while everything is in shambles, it’s nice to see the lovebirds enjoy a sweet kiss in the woods — until they find something unexpected. Keep reading to find out what (or who) they come across.
‘Under The Dome’ sucked us under its Season 2 premiere on June 30, and shocker, more people were killed off. (Yes, that’s plural!) Keep reading to find out who’s gone — and for good?
To sum up the summer premiere of Under The Dome, the dome is now the nice guy, and a mysterious axe-wielding murderer is now the baddie in town. So who was killed? And are they coming back? Keep reading for an interview with Chester’s Mill latest victim. Warning: SPOILER ALERT!
The second season of ‘Under the Dome’ returns on Monday, June 30, and things have gotten even stranger in Chester’s Mill — we didn’t think that was possible. Click here to WATCH an intense scene from the premiere!
Summer’s sci-fi hit is back! It’s been two weeks since “dome day” and conditions are rapidly declining in Chester’s Mill. In the second season premiere of Under the Dome, citizens face the fact that the dome is now magnetized and draws every metal object to it. Meanwhile, Big Jim (Dean Norris) starts unraveling after he sees the ghost of the woman he killed.
The CBS sci-fi thriller, ‘Under the Dome’ returns June 30 for a much-anticipated second season. Will this season be able to match expectations?
Under the Dome, the TV adaptation of Stephen King’s novel, is back on June 30 for its second season. Chester’s Mill is a seemingly perfect, all-American town in Maine until a massive dome cuts them off from the rest of the world. The second season continues to follow the citizens stuck in the dome as resources decrease. So, what are the critics saying about the new season?
The dome is still up after a failed missile attack, but the people of Chester’s Mill are starting to panic. With a dwindling water supply, all hell breaks loose.
Things go from bad to worse when a runaway truck crashes and knocks out a key water pipe on the July 29 episode of Under The Dome. Plus, the lake is full of methane and the town’s insulin supply is running out. Life under the dome doesn’t look promising.
We don’t see the dome disappearing anytime soon. CBS has renewed the summertime hit for a 13-episode second season, to air in summer 2014!
The small-screen adaptation of Stephen King’s novel, Under The Dome, has been renewed for a second season, HollywoodLife.com’s sister site TVLine reports. The first of 13-episodes, set to air in 2014, will be written by Stephen.
The residents of Chester’s Mill express joy during ‘visitor’s day’ at the dome, until they realize it’s really a chance to say goodbye, as the military plans to annihilate all of them with a gigantic missile.
During visitor’s day on the July 22 episode of Under The Dome, Barbie (Mike Vogel) learns that the military is clearing out and will try launching a MOAB (mother of all bombs, the biggest non-nuclear bomb they have) in order to eliminate the dome, even if that means killing everyone inside.
Fresh from their panel at Comic-Con on July 21, the cast spilled the beans on what’s in store for the second half of season one, including whether or not Big Jim releases Angie from the bunker.
The cast of Under The Dome — Dean Norris (Big Jim), Mike Vogel (Barbie), Rachelle Lefevre (Julia) — as well as executive producers Brian K. Vaughan, Neal Bear and Jack Bender previewed what’s to come for Barbie and Julia, why Junior’s a psycho and the season finale’s “hell of a cliffhanger” at the San Diego Comic-Con on July 21.
A meningitis outbreak threatens to snap the town’s already strained social bonds. Plus, Angie catches the attention of someone outside the bunker.
The people of Chester’s Mill fall into a state of panic on the July 15 episode of Under The Dome, as an outbreak of meningitis strikes their community. Meanwhile, Alice takes care of patients in the clinic. And Julia (Rachelle Lefevre) continues to search for answers about her husband’s disappearance.
Plus, Linda, Big Jim and Barbie come face to face with Paul and a really big rifle.
Linda (Natalie Martinez) has to deal with the aftermath of Paul (Kevin Sizemore) killing a fellow police officer on the July 8 episode of Under The Dome. However, the town wants to deliver their own form of justice.
A number of Chester’s Mill’s residents die as others try to hide their secrets on the July 1 episode of ‘Under the Dome.’
Barbie (Mike Vogel) is having nightmares, while sleeping over at Julia’s (Rachelle Lefevre) house on the July 1 episode of Under the Dome. It’s because he’s killed her husband and realizes he lost his dog tags during the fight. And poor Julia has no idea!