After a compelling start last week, Under the Dome faltered mightily in this second episode. Despite the limited run of episodes, there was a lack of urgency to develop characters past what we already knew, though we did get more mythology about the dome more
In "The Fire," we followed the dome denizens during Day 2 of the crisis, learning a few more things about the dome itself, but not much more about the townsfolk, which is what I really want to dig into more at this point. The accidental house fire that oc more
Two words describe my feelings about Under the Dome after tonight: flat and frustrated. Flat actually refers more to the show than my actual feelings about it, because everything about Under the Dome was flat tonight from the characters to the storylines more
I'm no television scientist, but there may be some correlation between the quality of an Under the Dome episode and how much dome-related destruction and death it contains, and Episode 2 didn't have much of either. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/unde more
After a debut episode filled with explosions, bisected animals, and a cool conceit for a show, this week’s edition of Under the Dome was the version of the show I was scared was lurking underneath the engaging premiere.
For starters, we spen more
Under the Dome made a big impact on the TV landscape last week, as its series premiere drew an impressive 13.1 million viewers , the largest summer debut in years. That wasn't all that was big about the episode, as it set up nearly a dozen characters, hin more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Fire," the July 1 episode of CBS' "Under the Dome," and says the big summer hit has an underwhelming second episode. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/review-under-the-dome-the-fire-smoke-gets-in-y more