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Colony has two new members. Entertainment Weekly reports Tony Plana and Jessica Parker Kennedy have been cast in season two of the USA Network series.Set in the near future, the drama follows a family trying to survive and escape an extraterrestrial invasion. The cast includes Josh Holloway, Sarah Wayne Callies, Peter Jacobson, Amanda Righetti, Tory Kittles, Alex Neustaedter, and Isabella Crovetti-Cramp.Read More… »
At the core of USA Network’s Colony lies the big question: to resist or collaborate with the aliens that have taken over the world? At this year’s Comic-Con, I had the opportunity to participate in roundtable press room interviews with the cast and crew of Colony to discuss both sides of the Occupation, what’s to come in season two, and much more.
Carlton Cuse: The show will be more dystopic in season two. We intentionally tried to steer away from the traditional Blade Runner, rogue level of dystopia. Proxy Snyder was a guy who thought, “I’ll try to leave things as much the same as they were in order to give people the best experiences under this occupation.” It didn’t work out too well for him, »
- Derek Anderson
Falling Skies revolves around the repercussions of an alien invasion and ran for five seasons on TNT. Now, USA is trying a different kind of alien takeover drama. How will Colony perform for USA Network? Will it last as long or longer? Cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned.
Colony takes place in the near-future, in a world where citizens are under military occupation by an organization known as the Colony Transitional Authority. It's part of a large invading force of extraterrestrial origin. Former FBI agent Will Bowman (Josh Holloway) and his wife Katie (Sarah Wayne Callies) live in Los Angeles with their two children. During the invasion, they're separated from their son and must risk everything to get him back. The rest of the cast includes Peter Jacobson, Amanda Righetti, Tory Kittles, Alex Neustaedter, and Isabella Crovetti-Cramp.
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Network: USA Network
Episodes: Ongoing (hour)
TV show dates: January 14, 2016 -- present
Series status: Has not been cancelled
TV show description:
This science fiction drama takes place in the near-future, on an Earth where citizens are under military occupation by an organization known as the Colony Transitional Authority. It's part of a large invading force of extraterrestrial origin. The unseen aliens are referred to as the Hosts and the Raps (a reference to the fierce raptor birds).
Major cities in this world are in ruin and are now surrounded by incredibly thick walls that are hundreds of feet high. Former Us Army Ranger and FBI Special Agent Will Bowman (Josh Holloway) and his »
Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean an alien drone isn’t about to hunt you down and send you to “The Factory,” a great big prison camp (quite literally) in the sky.
That’s the unsettling reality that pervades every character motivation in Colony, USA Network’s tense new drama from executive producers Carlton Cuse (Lost) and Ryan Condal (Hercules) — premiering tonight at 10/9c — that benefits from an excellent ensemble cast led by Lost‘s Josh Holloway and The Walking Dead‘s Sarah Wayne Callies.
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Colony, Season 1
Premieres Thursday, January 14th at 10 pm Et on USA Network
One episode watched for review
Writer and Producer Carlton Cuse has had a very prolific career, being involved with two series, The Strain and Bates Motel, that are currently on the air. One of the most famous shows he’s been involved in, however, is the ABC series Lost, which ended in 2010. Unwilling to rest with working on only two shows, Cuse is set to reunite with Lost star Josh Holloway on his new series on USA, Colony, which Cuse co-created with Ryan Condal. Unfortunately, despite the pedigree, the show itself shows little promise, as its hamstrung by generic plotlines and poorly developed characters.
One of the key issues with Colony is that its world-building provides nothing compelling, instead only raising numerous questions that the show seemingly has no interest in answering. »
- Deepayan Sengupta
6 items from 2016
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