Congratulations to the entire Falling Skies cast and crew!
TNT has renewed three summer dramas: The Last Ship, Major Crimes and Falling Skies.
The Turner-owned cable network has greenlighted a fifth and final season for Falling Skies, the sci-fi epic executive produced by Steven Spielberg and toplined by Noah Wyle, with an order of 10 episodes. Meanwhile, the network is in talks to bring back Rizzoli & Isles for another season, sources tell THR.
Check out the official episode description and video preview for fourth episode of ‘Falling Skies’ season 4 titled ‘Evolve Or Die’, which airs on July 13th at 10|9c only on TNT!
“Evolve Or Die” – Sunday, July 13, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) – TV-14-V
After breaking out of the Espheni Ghetto, Tom and the 2nd Mass seek refuge in a Volm hideout, where tensions run high between the Volm and humans. Tom sets off with Weaver and Cochise to find Matt, leaving Hal in charge. Meanwhile in Chinatown, Anne is reunited with Lexi, and comes to realize that the little girl she saw 6 months ago is now a grown woman. Mira Sorvino and Treva Etienne guest-star.
Check out the official episode description and video preview for second episode of ‘Falling Skies’ season 4 titled ‘Exodus’, which airs on July 6th at 10|9c only on TNT!
“Exodus” – Sunday, July 6, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) – TV-14-V
Tom and the 2nd Mass hatch an elaborate plan to escape the confines of the Espheni Ghetto. Meanwhile back in Chinatown, after learning from Ben that Lexi has been keeping a deadly secret, Maggie confronts Lexi publicly. At the Espheni Youth Camp, Matt tries to talk Mira out of a dangerous escape plan. While trekking through the woods with her guerilla fighters, Anne has a flashback to her time in the Espheni Tower with Karen (guest star Jessy Schram), where a terrifying secret about Lexi is revealed. Treva Etienne guest-stars.
Check out the official episode description and video preview for the second episode of ‘Falling Skies’ season 4 titled ‘The Eye’, which airs on June 29th at 10|9c only on TNT!
“The Eye” – Sunday, June 29, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) – TV-14-V
The Espheni reveal their new plan to Tom, and he is faced with an impossible decision. Meanwhile, Weaver and Pope investigate a way out of the Espheni prison, while Matt struggles to hide his true allegiance from the “Team Leaders” at the Espheni Youth Camp. Elsewhere, Anne leads an exhausting search for her daughter Lexi, while Ben’s concerns about Lexi’s increasing powers uncovers a devastating secret she’s been keeping. Treva Etienne and Robert Sean Leonard guest-star.
ClantonAdvertiser.com — Roy, originally from Clanton, will bring audiences up to speed on what his “Falling Skies” character Hal Mason is experiencing in the show’s fourth season, which is set to air Sunday, June 22 at 9 p.m. Central Standard Time.
“He’s back in action, and all is good with him,” Roy said of his character. “This season starts back where we ended last year. We’ve got a big action sequence with aliens that attack us again and split us all up. This is the first time all of us are split into different camps.”
Roy, 28, has been with the show since it premiered as the No. 1 new series of 2011.
Produced by Amblin Television and executive producer Steven Spielberg, “Falling Skies” is set in the aftermath of an alien attack that has rendered most of the world incapacitated.
Roy’s character is the oldest son of Boston history professor Tom Mason, played by Noah Wyle.
Roy said working with seasoned actors like Wyle and Academy Award-winner Mira Sorvino—who is guest-starring as Sara in season four—has been a “fantastic learning experience” and “a little nerve-wracking, too.”
“It’s a pleasure working with them. These people have been around doing this craft for a long time,” Roy said. “What better way to learn for a young guy like myself than to watch these guys? People follow what they’re doing. Seeing how they handle themselves gives encouragement to everyone else.”
Season four opens with the Mason family and the remaining members of a resistance movement called the 2nd Mass under attack by an alien race’s new war machine.
The attack results in the show’s characters being divided and forced to form new relationships to survive.
“That was a really interesting twist to the show to see these groups split up for the first time,” Roy said. “That’s really shaken things up and brought some new dynamics out.”
Roy described Hal Mason as an “athletic guy who likes to do the right thing.”