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Welcome to Drew Roy Network, your only approved fan source on the internet for the latest on actor Alabama native, Drew Roy. Drew is best known from his roles on hit shows such as 'iCarly', 'Hannah Montana' and most notably as Hal Mason on TNT's original series 'Falling Skies'. You can see Drew next in the upcoming indie film 'Sugar Mountain'.
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EW Spoiler Room: ‘Falling Skies’ New Episode is a Doozy

Jul 8, 2011
Carol

In this week’s edition of Entertainment Weekly’s Spoiler Room we get a some details regarding this weeks upcoming episode titled ‘Silent Kill’ which airs this Sunday.

Any Falling Skies scoop!? I’d go as far as to say it’s my new favorite! — Doug
The next new episode is a doozy, and features not one, but two epic death sequences. One of them will leave you looking at one character very differently and teaches us a vital piece of information about the skitters.

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1.02 ‘Falling Skies’ HD Captures + Stills Added

Jul 7, 2011
Carol

I’ve added 225 HD Captures along with 5 HQ Episodic stills both from the 2nd half of ‘Falling Skies’ premiere episode titled 1×02 ‘The Armory’ which also aired on June 19.


Gallery Links:
Season 1 > Screen Captures > 1×02 – The Armory
Season 1 > Episodic Stills > 1×02 – The Armory

TNT Renews ‘Falling Skies’ For a Second Season!

Jul 7, 2011
Carol

TNT has renewed Falling Skies, cable’s #1 new series, for a second season. The epic saga about the aftermath of an all-out invasion by an alien military force has been a tremendous hit both domestically and internationally. Falling Skies, which airs Sundays at 10 p.m. (ET/PT), stars Noah Wyle and comes to TNT from DreamWorks Television and executive producer Steven Spielberg. TNT has ordered 10 episodes for the second season, which is slated to air in summer 2012.

“Falling Skies is a true standout series, from its ambitious storytelling, high-profile cast and production team to its phenomenal success when it comes to international and time-shifted viewing,” said Michael Wright, executive vice president, head of programming for TNT, TBS and Turner Classic Movies (TCM). “We’re reaching new audiences with Falling Skies and look forward to seeing where this fascinating and exciting series takes us next.”

Falling Skies takes place in the chaotic aftermath of an alien attack that has left most of the world completely incapacitated. Tom Mason (Wyle), a Boston history professor and the father of three sons, must put his extensive knowledge of military history to the test as second in command of a regiment of resistance fighters protecting a large group of civilian survivors. Falling Skies also stars Moon Bloodgood, Will Patton and Drew Roy.

source: Turner Newsroom

Drew Talks ‘Falling Skies’ & Games with GamerLiveTV

Jul 7, 2011
Carol

I think this is a great interview with Drew they gives us a little more insight into the making of ‘Falling Skies’ as well as what Drew’s thoughts are on where the show’s story may take us.

1.01 ‘Falling Skies’ HD Captures + Stills Added

Jul 6, 2011
Carol

I’ve added 296 HD Captures along with 7 HQ Episodic stills both from the ‘Falling Skies’ premiere episode titled 1×01 ‘Live and Learn’ which aired on June 19.


Gallery Links:
Season 1 > Screen Captures > 1×01 – Live and Learn
Season 1 > Episodic Stills > 1×01 – Live and Learn

Collider: Drew Roy Exclusive Interview

Jul 6, 2011
Carol

In the new alien invasion series Falling Skies, actor Drew Roy plays Hal Mason, the oldest son of Tom (Noah Wyle), who is the second in command of a regiment assigned to protect several hundred survivors. In the six months since the invasion, Hal has had to quickly grow into a man, fighting alongside his father, and proving that he is both brave and confident in the field. With his younger brother Ben (Connor Jessup) captured by the aliens and his littlest brother Matt (Maxim Knight) struggling to cope with the situation, he has come to appreciate how much his family truly means, and steps up to help in any way that he can.

At a press day for the TV drama, Collider sat down with Drew Roy for this exclusive interview, in which he talked about how excited he is to be part of a Steven Spielberg project, what he enjoys about getting to play such a grown-up teenager, how much he loves the physicality and stunt work, how creepy he thought the aliens were, and how they end Season 1 with two different directions they could go for Season 2. Check out what he had to say after the jump:

Question: How did you get involved with this series?

DREW ROY: Especially back then, I really was in no position to call the shots on what projects I get to work on. This one came to me through my agent, just like everything else. We even joked about the fact that it was a Steven Spielberg project. We were like, “Oh yeah, I might have a chance.” We were just joking. It was so cool to finally be auditioning for Spielberg. So, I went to the first round audition, and the second, and the third, and then the fourth. They tested me and they chemistry read me. The whole process went on for quite some time, and then towards the end, it was down to me and one other guy, and we were literally waiting for the word from Steven Spielberg ‘cause he had to watch the two audition tapes and give the okay. That, in and of itself, had me like, “Okay, even if I don’t get it, that’s just cool.” Fortunately, it went my way.

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