Under The Dome
Exec Producers: Steven Spielberg, Stephen King, Stacey Snider, Darryl Frank, Justin Falvey, Jack Bender, Brian K. Vaughan, Neal Baer
Mike Vogel as Dale "Barbie" Barbara
Rachelle Lefevre as Julia Shumway
Natalie Martinez as Deputy Linda Esquivel
Colin Ford as Joe McAlister
Britt Robertson as Angie McAlister
Dean Norris as James "Big Jim" Rennie
Alexander Koch as James "Junior" Rennie
Mackenzie Lintz as Elinore "Norrie" Calvert-Hill
Nicholas Strong as Phil Bushey
Jolene Purdy as Dodee Weaver
Aisha Hinds as Carolyn Hill
Latest Under The Dome News
Under The Dome Episode 9 Preview: The Fourth Hand
With just a handful of episodes of Under the Dome left for the series' first season, we're left to wonder what could possibly go wrong next! Judging by the latest preview, a fair guess would be more seizures, gun problems and a grenade. Things could get explosive.
Under the Dome Watch: Episode 8 - Thicker Than Water
Power plays are all the rage under the dome these days, aren't they? Whoever has the resources has the power. Ollie Dinsmore figured that out fast, but some people are a bit too transparent for their own good, making fast decisions and hoping no one's noticing. I'm mainly referring to Big Jim Rennie, who tries to pass himself off as a man of the people, but doesn't seem to be fooling anyone that matters.
Under The Dome Episode 8 Preview Teases Tension For Norrie And Joe
Following up on the preview for next Monday night's episode of Under the Dome, titled "Thicker than Water," we get a look at what's ahead for Joe and Norrie. From the latest sneak peek, it looks like the two teens are headed in separate directions in the wake of Alice's death.
Under The Dome Episode 8: Thicker Than Water Preview Teases A Food Fight
"Food fight takes on a whole new meaning," the trailer for next Monday night's episode of Under the Dome states. Depleting resources have been an ongoing issue under the dome, with water being a major issue, and now food, which is technically "thicker than water." That's a nod to the episode title, "Thicker than Water," which may very well refer to the food, and also family matters. Blood is also thicker than water.
Steven Spielberg's Extant Drama Goes Straight To Series At CBS For Summer 2014
Though its numbers have declined a bit since its premiere, Under the Dome continues to be a ratings success for CBS. This Monday night's episode, for example, was the highest rated in adults 25-54 and Monday's most-watched program. So it's understandable that CBS would be confident enough in their partnership with Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television to want to push forward with another series set for next summer.
Under The Dome Watch: Episode 7 - Imperfect Circles
The dome giveth and the dome taketh away. While the crisis-of-the-week was somewhat isolated to a small cluster of people, tonight's episode of Under the Dome ("Imperfect Circles") had a substantial body count, with one major character taking their final breaths before the episode's end. That's as vague as I can be before the obvious spoiler warning. If you haven't seen tonight's episode of UTD, turn back now!
Under The Dome Imperfect Circles Clip: Norrie And Joe Make A Discovery
Norrie and Joe seem to be having their own semi-private under-the-dome adventure. For whatever the reason, these two have begun to form some kind of connection with the dome and with each other. The sneak peek at next week's episode emphasizes the next big reveal for these two and - spoiler alert - it's dome related! That may seem like an obvious clue, but if you just watched the clip, you know I'm not talking about the big dome.
Under The Dome Episode 7 Preview: Imperfect Circles
Ready for the biggest twists? That's what the preview for next Monday night's episode of Under the Dome ("Imperfect Circles") promises. We also get a tease of some of the dome-related shenanigans yet to come for the series. From the official episode description, the dome giveth and the dome taketh away…
Under The Dome Watch: Episode 6 - The Endless Thirst
The dome may not be showing any signs of cracking, but the same can not be said about the state of Chester's Mill. After a missile failed to penetrate the dome, people are starting to fully grasp the severity of the situation. This dome isn't going anywhere anytime soon and there's only so much food, water and energy to go around. There's even less insulin, which posed a pretty major problem for Alice. That was just a crisis waiting to happen, and during "The Endless Thirst," it did.
Under The Dome Renewed, Stephen King To Pen Season 2 Premiere
Though it started out looking like a summer-long "event series" for CBS, we've known for a while now that the small screen adaptation of Stephen King's Under the Dome could be extended beyond the run of a season. Between the writers' comments about the possibility that the story could move forward, to the recent mention that Season 1 will end with a cliffhanger, not to mention the show's ratings this summer so far, renewal was looking more and more like a probability.
Under The Dome Episode 6 Preview: The Endless Thirst
Spoilers if you're not caught up on Under the Dome through "Blue on Blue"! There was cause to celebrate inside the dome when the Mother of All Bombs failed to penetrate the dome and obliterate the population of Chester's Mill. But something tells me that celebration will be short-lived. After all, if a missile can't break through the dome, what can?
Under The Dome Watch: Episode 5 - Blue On Blue
Another day, another crisis under the dome! Those of us who attended the Under the Dome Comic-Con panel on Sunday had the opportunity to see tonight's episode, which saw the residents of Chester's Mill visited by loved ones and estranged family members. If you haven't seen tonight's episode, titled "Blue On Blue," consider yourselves spoiler warned!
Under The Dome Comic-Con Panel Live Blog
It's Sunday and things at Comic-Con are starting to wind down, though there are still a few big panels set to take place. CBS' new summer series Under the Dome is one of them. For those of you who can't be here, I'll be doing the play-by-play of the panel here in Room 6BCF for you! Expected panelists include stars of the CBS drama, Dean Norris, Mike Vogel, Rachelle Lefevre, as well as executive producers Brian K. Vaughan, Neal Bear and Jack Bender.
Under The Dome Tops Monday Ratings While Siberia Loses More Viewers
Monday's ratings are in, and while things are looking pretty sunny at CBS, one of NBC’s summer forays is not doing so hot. The former network has been boosted thanks to Under the Dome, a short summer series event that may be expanded into a second season now that the show's numbers are looking so good. The latter network is doing quite a bit worse in the ratings, thanks to a scripted series following a fake reality competition called Siberia.
Under The Dome Watch: Episode 4 - Outbreak
Bad people were acting good and good people were acting… well, not so nice. I guess bad and good are relative terms under the dome, but things were looking a bit upside down for a while in "Outbreak." The picture was much clearer by the end of the episode, as ulterior motives were exposed. Spoilers if you haven't seen tonight's episode of Under the Dome!