How did CBS bring Stephen King's Under the Dome to life? Viewers can find out Tuesday when the first season is released on Blu-ray and DVD!
Under the Dome Postmortem: Neal Baer defends finale, teases Season 2
The complete first season collection includes the featurette Under the Dome: From Novel to Series, which explores how...
NBC has canceled Camp after one season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The summer drama, which starred Rachel Griffiths as the owner of a family summer camp, only averaged...
Unforgettable is coming back for more.
The CBS drama, starring Poppy Montgomery and Dylan Walsh, has been renewed for a third season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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As first reported by Deadline, Unforgettable will return for a...
CBS is trying something a little different with its new drama Hostages.
When CBS introduced it in May, executives called the show — a thriller about Ellen Sanders (Toni Collette), a surgeon who, on the night before she's set to operate on the president, is taken hostage with her family by an FBI agent-turned-terrorist named Duncan Carlisle (Dylan McDermott) who wants the POTUS dead — a "limited series."
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It's a phrase that was thrown around a lot during the network upfronts, and it seems to have meant different things to different people. Is it a one-and-done miniseries? Is it the next American Horror Story-like anthology series? For the brains behind Hostages, it simply boils down to numbers.
"We definitely look at this as a series, [something] more akin to a cable series where they do fewer episodes than networks traditionally do," executive producer Rick Eid tells TVGuide.com...
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