Can you Stand to watch any more post-apocalyptic suffering?
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Can you Stand to watch any more post-apocalyptic suffering?
Deck the halls with soundproof paneling. Fa-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la. Tis the season for streaming, not channeling. Fa-la-(coughing fit). I was never cut out to be a caroler. Find out what's new to streaming this week!
Tragedy befell production of TNT’s sci-fi drama Falling Skies on Monday night, as a security guard was killed near the set in a most horrible and unpredictable manner. The Season 5 production was shut down today so that the proper authorities could handle the situation.
The Last Ship, the law-and-justice drama Major Crimes and the sci-fi thriller Falling Skies are all officially coming back for another season, though it will be the last trip for one of them.
Among the series to join TNT's line-up this summer is Michael Bay's The Last Ship, which unsurprisingly, looks pretty thrilling! TNT has given that one a June release date along with releasing the above trailer. The network also released a date and trailer for the fourth season of Falling Skies.
TV Blend writer Jessica Rawden has vowed to watch episodes of shows she’s never seen before and analyze those shows in different areas to let you, the reader, know how quickly you could become a fan. This week Jessica is tackling Falling Skies’ Season 3 Episode 9 drama “Journey to Xibalba.”
Thanks to Steven Spielberg’s executive producer credit, much was expected of Falling Skies when it premiered on TNT all the way back in June of 2011, but even so, I’m not sure anyone expected the alien invasion fallout drama to be consistently crush every summer. During most weeks, it’s among the most watched shows cable shows on television, and it’s already been renewed for a fourth season.
Just a few days ago TNT’s drama Falling Skies announced a presence at Comic Con this year for Friday, July 19 (with Wil Wheaton signed on to moderate as an added bonus). Stars and executives from the series will sign autographs and share some news regarding what’s coming up in the future. Instead of saving the biggest announcement for the day, however, the network jumped the gun a little on Tuesday, announcing that Falling Skies will return for a fourth season and is expected to air during the summer of 2014.
The Comic Con news that was once trickling in now seems to be trickling a bit faster. It's not quite a flood yet, and we might not expect it to be until SDCC announces each days full line-up of panels and those of us planning to attend begin the nerve-racking process of trying to figure out how we can attend all of the panels we want to attend, which - for any fan obsessed with more than one comic, TV show or movie franchise - is virtually impossible...
TNT's summer line-up is so exciting, simply posting a list of premiere dates wasn't enough for the cable network. Instead, the network shared a packed teaser promoting the new and returning series, just to remind viewers that summer is a great time of year to watch TNT. From the Rock's new competition series to the return of hit shows Falling Skies and Rizzoli & Isles.
Falling Skies has cast two guest stars for major arcs, both of whom hail from successful dramas elsewhere. House star Robert Sean Leonard and former ER actress Gloria Reuben have each booked 5-episode appearances on the TNT sci-fi series for its third season.
On Wednesday, TNT renewed Falling Skies for a third season on the cable network. The move comes as the series is partway through the second season of its hit show, which follow’s Noah Wyle’s character, Tom, and a group of other key Massachusetts militia members as they continually fight off an alien race in the middle of conquering Earth.
TNT's spine-tingling alien invasion drama Falling Skies is currently working its way through its second season at the cable channel. Those fans of the 2nd Mass who will be attending Comic Con in San Diego this July may want to check out the Falling Skies Comic-Con panel. Find out what's set to take place during the panel and which well-known sci-fi actor will be moderating. I'll give you a hint: Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Summer may be months away, but it’s not too soon for networks to start planning out their primetime lineups. TNT laid out their summer plans, which include the return of Rizzoli & Isles, Franklin & Bash, and other shows, including the final season of The Closer. And there are some new series being added to the line-up, including the reboot of Dallas.
Terry O’Quinn knows a little something about TV shows centering on people in a struggle for survival, which likely makes him a good fit for the guest-starring role the actor is set to play in TNT’s returning drama Falling Skies.
Things are back up and running for TNT’s Falling Skies. The network announced that production for Season 2 got underway this week, and they were kind enough to release a photo of Noah Wyle on set and ready for action. Unsurprisingly, Season 2’s Tom Mason looks just as weathered as the first season’s version of the character did.
It seems like the most famous man in filmmaking, Steven Spielberg, is taking this turn to producing television seriously. He's dabbled in the medium for a few years now but this year you can see his name in the credits when watching Falling Skies on TNT, or Terra Nova on Fox, or even Smash on NBC. And soon enough you'll see his name in the opening credits to a new Showtime series, right alongside an equally huge name: Stephen King.
Once Upon a Time has its Cinderella. Just like the Disney version, she’s a blonde and those of you who caught TNT’s new drama series Falling Skies this summer might recognize her face. Word is, Jessy Schram has signed on to join the fairy-tale-themed drama series on ABC.
For the past five weeks, I've tuned into Falling Skies not expecting much more than a fun sci-fi show with a heart and some solid action scenes. I never really expected the series to thrill or move me in any significant way, especially during this first season. But that changed this week
Summer shows deserve love too, right? Fox posted more nominees for the 2011 Teen Choice Awards and among the added categories are Choice Summer TV Show, and Choice Summer TV Star (Male/Female). ABC Family’s The Nine Lives of Chloe King also managed to score some nominations for Choice Breakout Show, and Breakout Star.
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