It is still a couple of months before Under The Dome returns, but CBS has already released a promotional video for the show's second season. The first season left off on quite a cliffhanger, and fans are anxiously awaiting to find out what will happen.
Under The Dome is a suspenseful drama that airs on CBS, and is based on a novel by Stephen King. Fans were drawn in by the odd nature of the show's first season, and similar to a show like Lost, the show continues to make its audience question things.
In the first episode of the series, a dome comes down over a small fictional town in the United States, and traps them all inside, cutting them off from the rest of civilization. It tests the emotions, and actions of each character on the show, showing how they can each react when under pressure.
The show can be thrilling, while also a character study containing elements of science fiction. The show stars Dean Norris, who became well-known for his role on Breaking Bad, which finished as season one of Under The Dome aired.
In addition, the ensemble cast includes Mike Vogel, Natalie Martinez, Alexander Koch, and several others. Norris plays a character known as Big Jim, and in the season 2 preview, people are seen being dragged against their will and collapsing, but Big Jim is the only one who's not affected by the mysterious power.
Throughout the first season, his character gave other characters and audiences suspicions, and there may even be a possibility that he was involved in the dome going down over their town.
Executive producer Neal Baer spoke about the upcoming season when saying "it will be filled with twists and turns and shocking events," adding that "what's outside comes inside." He also added that Junior has had an Uncle that has been hiding out the whole time, and may pose a threat for Barbie.
The first preview for season two of Under The Dome also hints that there will be some mysterious telekinetic power affecting the town's residents. However, Big Jim does not seem to be affected, and cries out "Tell me what to do. Tell me!"
Fans that have been going crazy since last summer can rest assured knowing that Under the Dome will return for its second season on Monday, June 30 at 10 P.M. ET on CBS. Does anyone have any theories about what will happen as the second season begins?
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