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PhotosZoo First Look: See How ‘Dead’ Mitch Spent the Past Decade!
One need look no further than Zoo‘s sophomore finale for proof of its “anything goes” ambitions, as a pack of hybrid creatures attacked veterinary pathologist Mitch Morgan, who had sacrificed his life for a greater good. Cue a 10-year time jump, where a sterilized mankind is watching the last of the children graduate grade school, »
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Mitch Morgan may be alive when Zoo unleashes Season 3, but boy, is he in deep, as seen in these exclusive (and provocative) photos.
As a refresher: When last we tuned into CBS’ adaptation of the James Patterson novel, Mitch (played by Billy Burke) had made the ultimate sacrifice on the island laboratory of Panagaea, letting himself be mauled by feral hybrids so that his friends could escape by air. (Rewatch the frightful moment here.) But in the season-ending epilogue, which leapt forward a full 10 years, a grown-up Clementine (new »
If you've found in recent years that Zoo has replaced Under the Dome in giving you some thrills and chills in the summer TV season, then you may be pleased to know that CBS has announced that the third season of Zoo will premiere on Thursday, June 29th, at 10:00pm Et.
Press Release: CBS today announced its summer schedule, including the new event series Salvation, the new live-action game show Candy Crush, the third season of Zoo, based on James Patterson’s #1 bestselling novel, and the return of the summer sensation Big Brother.
Big Brother, hosted by Julie Chen, will once again have three weekly episodes. The hit reality series debuts with a special two-hour premiere on Wednesday, June 28 (8:00-10:00 Pm, Et/Pt), followed by the Thursday broadcast on June 29 (9:00-10:00 Pm, Et/Pt), Sunday’s installment on July 2 (8:00-9:00 Pm, Et/Pt »
- Derek Anderson
Zoo will come roaring back on a new night — Thursday, June 29 at 10/9 — as part of CBS’ upcoming summer slate.
RelatedMatt’s Inside Line: Get Scoop on Zoo Season 3
(Increasingly loosely) based on the James Patterson novel, the summertime drama will again star James Wolk, Kristen Connolly, Billy Burke, Nonso Anozie, Alyssa Diaz and Josh Salatin, while Gracie Dzienny (Chasing Life) has joined the cast as Mitch’s grown-up daughter Clementine. (‘Member, Season 2 ended with that wacky 10-year time jump.)
CBS also announced that Big Brother will launch its 19th (broadcast) season on Wednesday, »
“Big Brother” will be back with three new episodes a week for its 19th season starting on Wednesday, June 28.
On Sunday, July 9, “Candy Crush” comes on the scene. In the live game show, teams of two people use their wits and physical agility to compete on enormous, interactive game boards featuring next generation technology. Matt Kunitz, Peter Levin, Russell Binder, John Quinn, Nicki Sheard, VP Brand at King, and Sebastian Knutsson are executive producers for Pulse Creative in association with Lionsgate Television, King Ltd. and CBS Television Studios. Knutsson, the creator of Candy Crush Saga, is King’s Chief Creative Officer and is one of the founders of the company.
- Oriana Schwindt
Zoo has some new company. Deadline reports Low Winter Sun star Athena Karkanis and Van Helsing alum Hilary Jardine have joined season three of the CBS TV series.The drama follows a unlikely group of people trying to figure out why animals have begun attacking humans in coordinated efforts across the world. The cast includes James Wolk, Kristen Connolly, Nonso Anozie, Billy Burke, Josh Salatin, and Alyssa Diaz.Read More… »
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