Pop Minute

Home    Photos    Videos    What's on TV Tonight

CBS Releases First Look At Summer Miniseries 'Under The Dome'

CBS has released a video that offers our first look at the 13-episode summer miniseries 'Under the Dome', a serialized drama based on Stephen King's best-selling novel of the same name.

Along with brief snippets from the cast and crew, King appears in the tease to promise that "it's going to be riveting TV."

The series beginning in June will find the town of Chester's Mill trapped under a mysterious dome. Along with dealing with surviving the post-apocalyptic conditions, residents will search for answers to what this barrier is, where it came from and if and when it will go away.

An exact date has not been announced but 'Under The Dome' will premiere this June.

April 1, 2013 |

Related Posts
  'Murphy Brown' Returning with 13 Episode Season for 30th Anniversary
  Daniel Dae Kim Says He Left 'Hawaii Five-0' Over 'Sense of Self-Worth'
  'Kevin Can Wait' Is Killing Off Erinn Hayes in Season 2
  Scott Pelley Ousted as 'CBS Evening News' Anchor
  'Big Bang Theory' Renewed For Two More Seasons On CBS
  'Big Bang Theory' Spin-Off Young Sheldon Coming To CBS
  'Supergirl' Casts 'Lois and Clark's Teri Hatcher As Mysterious New Villain
  CBS To Pay Tribute To Mary Tyler Moore With Primetime Special On Thursday
  JonBenet Ramsey's Brother Files $750 Million Lawsuit Against CBS
  Stephen King Believes 'Dark Tower' Failed Because Of Its PG-13 Rating
  Horror Film 'It' Sequel Set For September 2019
  'It' Cast Discuss Highly Anticipated Film On 'Good Morning America'
  Stephen King Bans Donald Trump From Seeing 'It' Movie: 'No Clowns for You'
  The Legacy of the Gunslinger In 'The Dark Tower' Featurette
  CBS Orders Series Based On Stephen King's 'Under the Dome'
  Stephen King Reads From First Chapter of Shining Sequel 'Dr. Sleep'
  Universal Cancels Plans For 'Dark Tower' Film Trilogy
  Stephen King Shares Thoughts On 'The Stand' Heading To Big Screen

© Copyright & Privacy Policy Pop Minute. All rights reserved. | Feedback