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'Under the Dome': New Rules of The Dome; Stephen King Supports Changes from Book

Under the Dome  premiered last Monday night with ratings that broke records for a new summer show and high enough to even be considered a success even during the regular television season. The series was adapted from a popular Stephen King novel of the same name, which has led to some discontent from fans of the book.  Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/under-the-dome/under-the-dome-new-rules-of-th-50472.aspx

CBS's "Under the Dome" Now Available for Exclusive Online Subscription Streaming on Prime Instant Video

Prime Instant Video will be the only online subscription service to stream episodes, just four days after they air on CBS. http://www.thefutoncritic.com/news/2013/06/28/cbss-under-the-dome-now-available-for-exclusive-online-subscription-streaming-on-prime-instant-video-209521/20130628amazon01/

An ‘Under the Dome’ Insider Spills the Secrets of the Show

The first episode of CBS's series "Under the Dome" drew 13.1 million viewers Monday night. Neal Baer, the showrunner and an executive producer, talks about where the program is headed next. Read More... http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/06/25/an-under-the-dome-insider-spills-the-secrets-of-the-show/?mod=WSJBlog

'Under the Dome' First Look: Can the Residents Dig Their Way Out? (Exclusive Photos)

Check out two exclusive images from the second episode, "The Fire."      http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/W8JaULAz0_w/story01.htm

Why 'Under the Dome' Is Good News for Broadcast TV

The premiere of CBS's "Under the Dome" beat almost everything else on television Monday, but CBS's rivals should still be happy about the success of the Stephen King miniseries -- because it bodes well for them, too. Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/media/tv/article/under-the-dome-stephen-king-why-its-good-news-broadcast-tv-99706

'Under the Dome': 'We're not going to be politically correct'

It's Monday, April 15, and cast, crew and a contingent of press are inside of a soundstage in Wilmington, N.C., watching a tense scene destined for the CBS summer event series, the 13-episode adaptation of the Stephen King novel, "Under the Dome."Premiering Monday, June 24, it chronicles the events in the small town of Chester's Mill, Maine, when a transparent dome suddenly appears over it, putting every living thing there in utter isolation.The large cast includes Mike Vogel ("Pan Am," "Bates Motel") as Dale "Barbie" Barbara, an Army veteran in town on a mysterious mission; Rachelle Lefevre as investigative reporter Julia Shumway, whose husband is suddenly nowhere to be found; Ned Bellamy as the Rev. Lester Coggins; Dean Norris as "Big Jim" Rennie, a politician and town bigwig; Alexander Koch as Junior, his disturbed son; Britt Robertson as Angie McAlister, a sharp-witted young woman involved with Junior; and Jeff Fahey as police chief Howard "Duke"... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/06/under-the-dome-were-not-going-to-be-politically-correct.html

'Under the Dome's' Jolene Purdy: 'There are some twists and turns and jumpy things'

The Dome is descending on CBS Monday night (June 24), when Stephen King's novel "Under the Dome" comes to life for as a summer series. Jolene Purdy plays Dodee, who in the book is the daughter of selectman Andy Sanders -- and who is killed off pretty early.Thankfully, Dodee is not killed off in the series (so far), though Purdy tells Zap2it she was a bit worried when she started reading the book after being cast on the show. "I started to read it, but they told us some things were going to change and I didn't want to fall in love with it. ... [but] I was on a plane and I was reading it and I got to [where Dodee dies] and I got off and called my manager and I'm like, 'So, how long am I working on this? 'Cause I die,'" laughs Purdy.But in the series, instead of winding up in... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/06/under-the-domes-jolene-purdy-there-are-some-twists-and-turns-and-jumpy-things.html

Meet the Cast of CBS’s ‘Under the Dome’

CBS’s Under the Dome premieres tonight (June 24th), but you can get a taste of what the twisty Stephen King-inspired series has in store right now. The network has released a new video introducing the cast and the characters they play who will be populating the claustrophobic dome-enclosed town at the story’s center. READ MORE...

Under the Dome Season 1 Premiere 2013 “Pilot”

Under the Dome Season 1 Episode 1 "Pilot" airs Monday, June 24 at 10/9c Episode Synopsis: "Pilot" – When the residents of Chester’s Mill find themselves trapped under a massive transparent dome with no way out, they struggle to survive as resources rapidly dwindle and panic quickly escalates, on the series premiere of UNDER THE DOME, Monday, June 24 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. READ MORE...

'Under The Dome' Star: 'There's Something Under The Floorboards For Everybody'

For the uninitiated, "Under the Dome" centers around the fictional town of Chester's Mill, and explores what happens to its inhabitants after an impenetrable dome of unknown origin cuts them off from the rest of the world.In preparation for the series's June 24 premiere, The Huffington Post will take you inside the epic CBS drama, introducing you to each of the show's major players through our series of on-set interviews, conducted around the filming of the fourth episode. Whether you're a fan of the book or a newcomer to King's world, the series has plenty of surprises in store. Read More... http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/19/under-the-dome-rachelle-lefevre_n_3463805.html?utm_hp_ref=tv
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