For those wondering when Barbie (Mike Vogel) and Julia (Rachelle Lefevre) will finally just succumb to their chemistry, Under the Dome will start to venture down that path in the wake of Monday's episode.
Going Under the Dome: Neal Baer answers burning questions on why the military has left
During the episode, the military will bus in those residents of Chester's Mill that were left outside of the dome for Visitors' Day. But...
Natalie Martinez, Colin Ford, Jeff Fahey, Mike Vogel
Chester's Mill: A nice place to visit. A terrible place to be trapped beneath an invisible force field.
Yet CBS is hoping for a captive audience when the network unveils its ambitious adaptation of Stephen King's novel about a quaint Maine town with a big problem. Not that ...
Ira Steven Behr
Star Trek vet Ira Steven Behr has been named executive producer and showrunner of Syfy's upcoming series Alphas, according to Deadline.
Alphas stars David Strathairn as the eccentric leader of a team of ordinary citizens with extraordinary mental abilities. Known as Alphas, they tackle cases that...
Syfy has picked up Alphas, a drama starring David Strathairn, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The network has ordered 11 episodes of the project, in addition to the pilot, which revolves around a team of ordinary citizens with extraordinary mental abilities. Known as Alphas, they...
David Strathairn will star in Syfy's new pilot Alphas, the network announced Tuesday.
Alphas focuses on a team of ordinary citizens with extraordinary mental abilities who tackle cases that the CIA, FBI and Pentagon have been unable to solve. Strathairn, 61, will play Dr. Leigh Rosen, the eccentric Alphas leader who is willing to bend the rules for his objectives and team.
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"We're honored to have ...
Jack Bender, Lost's primary director, has signed on to helm Syfy's new pilot Alphas, the network announced on Monday.
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Alphas is about...
Henry Ian Cusick in Lost by Mario Perez/ABC
Lost has been blowing my mind all season with those crazy flash-forwards: Kate's baby is who? Sayid's working for who? But the time-tripping went into overdrive with this week's brilliant episode, concocted by Lost's A-team: Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof on script, Jack Bender directing. Well done, blokes. There hasn't been an off episode yet, and each one feels more amazing than the last.If you've got complaints about time spent away from Ben, Locke, Kate, Sawyer and most of the rest of the folks left behind on the island, take them elsewhere. This episode worked beautifully as a showcase for Henry Ian Cusick as the tormented Desmond. It was almost a stand-alone episode, a Twilight Zone/X-Files-style adventure with a start, middle and killer finish. And yet it also advanced our knowledge and teased the mystery of whats happening on the rescue freighter, while giving us a rapturously romantic climactic reunion (on the phone, but hey) between Desmond and his impat...