Friday, September 4, 2015

CBS: 'Under the Dome' returns next summer

"Under the Dome" will return next summer, says CBS.

CBS: 'Under the Dome' returns next summer

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Mackenzie Lintz and Colin Ford in "Under the Dome"
Mackenzie Lintz and Colin Ford in "Under the Dome" CBS

"Under the Dome" will return next summer and Stephen King himself will decide how that works.

CBS CEO Les Moonves kicked off the network's first day at the Television Critics Association's summer meetings with the announcement that the hit show, about a mysterious, invisible dome cutting off a small Maine town, had been renewed for another 13-episode arc and that  King, who wrote the book on which the series is based, will write the first episode.

So if you think you know it ends, think again.

 

 

 

 

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As the TV critic for the Philadelphia Daily News, I've always believed my job is less about thumbs -- up or down -- and more about the conversation. Because the more choices we have, the fewer people in our lives know what we're talking about when we say, "Did you see that?" And that's when television really starts to get interesting.

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