Realizing the bomb didn’t make a dent in the dome, the people start getting nervous.
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The latest news out of the TCA press tour is that CBS has renewed Under the Dome for a second season. I'm not sure if this surprises me or not.
It’s “visitor’s day” at the dome. The government is bringing in people by the busload who have family in the dome. Linda sees Rusty, but has to tell him that his brother is dead.
The dome people are falling sick, and there is a shortage of doctors. Two are outside of the dome and one, Peter, is “missing.”
Angie suggests that Junior go into the cement works tunnels to see if they can get deep enough to go under the dome. Julia follows him.
A house fire poses new dangers to the town.
In a letter on his official site, the author addresses fan issues about the series based on his epic novel. Read the full text here.
I think we are all clear on the premise of Under the Dome, right? A small town called Chester’s Mill is covered with a giant, clear dome. Nobody knows what it is, where it came from, or why it is here (well, almost no one - we’ll get to that).
Under the Dome is the fifth TV series based on something written by Stephen King. This number doesn’t include the many miniseries, only programs that aren’t designed to have a fixed number of episodes.
Under the Dome is based on the King novel of the same name, about a small town called Chester’s Mill that is suddenly, mysteriously encapsulated under a giant, invisible dome.