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A pretty hilarious video has come in to celebrate the kick-off of production on Season 2 of CBS's "Under the Dome" featuring author Stephen King and two of the show's stars, Mike Vogel (Barbie) and Colin Ford (Joe).
Along with Vogel and Ford, "Under the Dome" stars Alexander Koch (Junior), Rachelle Lefevre (Julia), Natalie Martinez (Linda), Dean Norris (Big Jim), Mackenzie Lintz (Norrie), and Britt Robertson (Angie).
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- Debi Moore
I need you to appreciate how difficult it is for me to talk about Under the Dome without my words dripping with snark. I watched the show’s first season and was completely underwhelmed by how manic it was; mania can be fun, but this was not the case. Under the Dome was messy and the mysteries never made much sense (and any answers we got didn’t help). Now we’re looking toward the show’s second season and there are things coming that I just don’t think I want to deal with. This likely won’t be a show I continue with, but I can still instruct you on what you can expect and then you can judge for yourself if Under the Dome is still worth your time.
Because this is a series about a town inside of a dome, there are going to be abrupt »
- Brody Gibson
More casting news has arrived for Season 2 of "Under the Dome" on CBS, and based on a previous semi-spoiler for the show, the character in question is sure to shake things up quite a bit!
Per TV Guide, Sherry Stringfield ("ER," "CSI") will play Pauline, a mysterious woman who may be connected to the origins of the dome. Previously the Guide teased the return of the eccentric Pauline Rennie, aka Junior's mom and Big Jim's presumed-dead wife, so you can see what we meant about shaking things up.
"I'm thrilled after all these years to be working again with Sherry Stringfield," said executive producer Neal Baer. "We had a blast on 'ER' together, and I know Sherry will bring the same grace, spirit, and intensity to her new, pivotal role on 'Under the Dome'."
Stringfield, who will recur in multiple episodes, joins previously announced Season 2 additions Eddie Cahill, »
- Debi Moore
TV news and notes:
- "ER" alumna Sherry Stringfield is joining Season 2 of "Under the Dome." Her character, Pauline, is described as "a mysterious woman who may be connected to the origins of the dome." Could she also have some ties to some residents of Chester's Mill? Perhaps. Stringfield's part is recurring; "Under the Dome" returns in the summer. [TV Guide]
- Discovery has released a new promo for the upcoming premiere of "Amish Mafia." The series returns to Tuesday (Feb. 25) at 9 p.m. Et/Pt. Watch the video below:
- ABC has cast major roles in three of its drama pilots. Judd Hirsch ("Numb3rs," "Taxi") will co-star in "Forever" as Abe, the best friend of Dr. Henry Morgan, an immortal medical examiner in New York City. Kathleen Munroe ("Alphas") has been cast in "Clementine," the story of a young, psychic woman who decides to stop running from her past. Munroe will play Lydia, »
CBS' Under the Dome is staging another ER reunion. Executive producer/showrunner Neal Baer has recruited former ER alum Sherry Stringfield for a major role in the second season of the CBS summer drama, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Stringfield will have a recurring guest role and play the meaty role of Pauline, a mysterious woman who may be connected to the origins of the dome. A character with the same name -- Pauline Rennie -- exists in the Stephen King book on which the drama is based. She's the late wife of "Big Jim" Rennie -- played on the CBS show by Dean Norris --
- Lesley Goldberg
5 items from 2014
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