Another lead role has been filled for the CBS adaptation of Stephen King's "Under the Dome" as former Twilight star Rachelle Lefevre signs on to the miniseries, which will premiere in June.
And the casting news continues for CBS's upcoming adaptation of the Stephen King tale "Under the Dome." Another actor has signed on for active duty, and he is one of our absolute favorites. Read on for the latest.
Finally one of the lead roles in "Under the Dome," that of Dale "Barbie" Barbara, an Army veteran who is in town on a mysterious mission, has been filled. Read on for the details.
So let's say you have to miss the premiere of Stephen King's "Under the Dome" and are feeling distraught with nowhere to turn. Dear lord, the horror, the agony, the world can be so cruel! Not to worry, kids; you can catch the show streaming on Amazon a few days after!
"True Blood" fans know her as Miss Jeanette and "Cult" viewers will soon be meeting her as Detective Sakelik, but "Under the Dome" Aisha Hinds will be known as entertainment attorney Carolyn Hill.
As home to the Super Bowl broadcast, CBS is taking advantage of a captive audience by promoting its current and upcoming projects, and the one spot that caught our eye is this teaser for "Under the Dome" that directed us to a pretty cool - and creepy - website.
And the casting news continues for the upcoming CBS adaptation of Stephen King's Under the Dome as familiar faces from two other shows have signed up for active duty. Read on for the latest.
Some more casting news is making the rounds regarding the upcoming CBS adaptation of Stephen King's Under the Dome, and we have all the info that you need right here waiting for your hungry peepers.
Two more roles have been cast in the upcoming CBS adaptation of Stephen King's Under the Dome, and we have all the info you need right here.
The first actor to slide Under the Dome for Stephen King and CBS has been announced, and fans of the TV series "Supernatural" should be pretty delighted! Colin Ford, who played the young Sam Winchester, has signed on for active duty!
Attendees of CBS’s executive session with Nina Tassler held during the winter Television Critics Association event saw a promo video for “Under the Dome” and heard from author Stephen King and screenwriter Brian K. Vaughan via a second video.
The Television Critics Association's winter shindig is still under way, and today is CBS' turn to reveal what it has on its plate. Of interest to horror fans is the network's announcement of when we'll be able to see its adaptation of Stephen King's Under the Dome.