Filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina, the hit CBS drama Under the Dome returns for Season 3 beginning tonight, and we have a sneak peek at tonight’s two-hour event, featuring new episodes entitled “Move On” and “But I’m Not”.
Watch the preview in the player below and click here to see clip from the Season 3 premiere episode, and then tell if you will be returning to the Dome tonight, in the comments!
CBS has announced that Season 3 of Under the Dome will kick off on the show’s new night, Tuesday, June 25, with a two-hour season premiere starting at 9pm, and will settle into its new Tuesday at 10pm slot on July 2.
Based on Stephen King’s novel and executive produced by Steven Spielberg, Under the Dome returns for Season 3 tonight, June 25 on CBS.
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Filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina, an official 60-second preview of Season of 3 of the hit CBS drama Under the Dome has arrived online today.
Watch the brand new preview in the player below, scroll down to view more new images from the season premiere episode “Move On”, and then tell us what you think in the comments!
The hit CBS drama Under the Dome, filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina, will return this June on a new night with at least one new cast member for Season 3.
CBS announced last week that Season 3 of Under the Dome will kick off on the show’s new night, Tuesday, June 25, with a two-hour season premiere starting at 9pm, and will settle into its new Tuesday at 10pm slot on July 2.
Some much needed good news arrived this week for the enbattled North Carolina film industry, as CBS announced yesterday that the drama Under the Dome has been renewed for a third season and confirmed that the production will return to Wilmington for Season 3 next year.
Bill Vassar, executive vice president at EUE/Screen Gems Studios, was notified on Thursday afternoon that the series will locate their production for Season 3 at EUE/Screen Gems Studios in Wilmington, North Carolina, where the production filmed the first two seasons.
“We are thrilled to host Under the Dome at our studios for 2015,” Vassar said. “We extend our gratitude to North Carolina Secretary of Commerce Sharon Decker for helping make this possible. Retaining the production of Under the Dome provides economic stability for hundreds of North Carolina film workers and several hundred of Wilmington’s small businesses. Renewal of this production was critical to our local area.”
Read on the official press release from the North Carolina Film Office, and then tell us how excited you are about this news in the comments!
The North Carolina Film Office released a mid-year financial report today, which estimates another banner year for the state’s film industry, with in-state spending by productions at over $268 million. plus the creation of more than 19,000 job opportunities, with filming taking place in 35 different counties
Six months into 2014, the North Carolina Film Office reports an estimated production tally of $268 million in direct in-state spending and nearly 19,000 job opportunities for North Carolinians.
Filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina, the much anticipated Season 2 of the hit CBS series Under the Dome begins tonight with a season premiere episode written by Stephen King, on whose novel the show is based. The author will also appear on screen in a cameo tonight (pictured below).
As you’re counting down the final minutes until tonight’s premiere episode at 10pm, let King himself take you behind the scenes on the Wilmington set in the video player below!
Filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina, the much anticipated Season 2 of the hit CBS series Under the Dome begins this Monday, but like most of you our brains remain heavy with ongoing debate over the state’s film incentive program.
Our friend Shiela Brothers with The Wilmywood Daily recently caught up with many of the cast members from Under the Dome (including some of this season’s new faces) to get their heartfelt thoughts on the debate over NC film incentives, which you can watch in the player below, and then please share!
CBS will warm you up for Season 2 of the hit series Under the Dome, filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina, with a one-hour special to refresh viewers on what happened in the first season.
CBS will air Under the Dome: Inside Chester’s Mill on Monday, June 23 at 10pm, one week before the Season 2 premiere on June 30.
Charlotte, North Carolina native and Under the Dome star Britt Robertson will star in the next movie adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks novel, as The Longest Ride prepares to begin filming in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Robertson will play Sophia Danko, a college student who falls for a young cowboy in Sparks’ dual-romance saga, according to Deadline. Scott Eastwood (Texas Chainsaw 3D) was announced last week as the male lead, playing the role of the cowboy, Luke Collins, opposite Robertson.