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TNT Orders Third Season Season of Epic Drama Falling Skies!

Jul 11, 2012

Courtesy of the official TNT press release, we now know that Falling Skies will return to our screens next Summer!

TNT has ordered a third season of its epic original series Falling Skies, from DreamWorks Television and executive producer Steven Spielberg. The critically acclaimed drama starring Noah Wyle finished its first season last year as basic cable’s top new series of 2011. Currently averaging 5.9 million viewers, the series ranks as basic cable’s #1 summer drama with adults 18-49. TNT has ordered 10 episodes Falling Skies‘ third season, slated to air in 2013.

“Falling Skies is television storytelling at its very best, a powerful drama that’s told on both an epic scale and on a deeply personal level,” said Michael Wright, president, head of programming for TNT, TBS and Turner Classic Movies (TCM). “With all the memorable and surprising moments taking place during the second season of Falling Skies, we can’t wait to see what DreamWorks Television and Falling Skies‘ terrific production team and cast members have in store for season three.”

Falling Skies, which currently airs on TNT Sundays at 9 p.m. (ET/PT), chronicles the devastating aftermath of an alien attack that has left most of the world completely incapacitated. In the months since the initial invasion, the few remaining survivors have banded together outside major cities to begin the difficult task of fighting back. Each day is a test of survival as citizen soldiers work to protect the people in their care while also engaging in an insurgency campaign against the occupying alien force, whose nature and purpose remains a mystery.

TNT’s announcement that Falling Skies has been renewed for a third season comes just as the cast prepares to make an appearance at Comic-Con in San Diego. Series stars Noah Wyle, Moon Bloodgood, Will Patton, Drew Roy, Connor Jessup, Colin Cunningham and Sarah Carter, along with executive producer Remi Aubuchon, will join moderator Wil Wheaton for a panel session on Friday, July 13, at 4:30 p.m. (PT) in room 6BCF at the San Diego Convention Center. An autograph signing will follow at the Dark Horse Comics booth at 6 p.m. (PT). TNT has partnered with Dark Horse Comics on a number of Falling Skies initiatives, including a prequel comic book that preceded last year’s series premiere.


Falling Skies: 2×06 ‘Homecoming’ Official Episode Synopsis & Video Preview

Jul 10, 2012

Check out the official episode description and video preview for the sixth episode of ‘Falling Skies’ season 2 titled ‘Homecoming’, which airs on July 15th at 9|8c only on TNT!

“Homecoming” – Sunday, July 15, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Hal stumbles across bodies of de-harnessed kids and finds someone from his past. Tom and Anne grow closer. And Weaver’s health deteriorates just as Tom discovers he may have been keeping important matters from the group in order to protect them.

Falling Skies: 2×05 ‘Love and Other Acts of Courage’ Captures Added

Jul 10, 2012

I’ve added 301 HD captures from the newest episode of Falling Skies into the gallery.

Gallery Link:
Season 2 > Screen Captures > 2×05 – Love and Other Acts of Courage

TNT Set to Renew ‘Falling Skies’, Reports Variety!

Jul 10, 2012

According to Variety.com, who recently reported that TNT is set to renew our favorite alien invasion on television, Falling Skies! Hopefully we’ll hear in the next day or so with the official word.

Who’s excited?! 🙂

TNT sci-fi drama “Falling Skies” is about to be given a third-season renewal. Official word of the pickup should arrive in the next day or two.
Noah Wyle-starrer opened its second season with back-to-back hourlong episodes on June 17. That two-hour block drew 4.5 million viewers in its first viewing and 5.5 million when live-plus-3 numbers are included.

Series, which airs at 9 p.m. Sundays and is from DreamWorks Television, is exec produced by Steven Spielberg, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank. Robert Rodat, Remi Aubuchon and Greg Beeman.

Show chronicles the devastating aftermath of an alien attack that has left most of the world completely incapacitated. In the nine months since the initial invasion, the few remaining survivors have banded together outside major cities to begin the difficult task of fighting back.

Drew is ELLE’s Hot Topic

Jul 6, 2012

Name: Drew Roy
Age: 26
Provenance: Clanton, Alabama
Relationship Status: Single

On being young and wild in LA: “I always wanted to be a doctor, but five friends and I decided to give Hollywood a shot. We had an absolute blast. We lived in two one-bedroom apartments, three guys crammed into each bedroom. Every night, when you walked through the front door, you never knew what would be happening on the other side of the door. Eventually, I really buckled down to work and luck came my way.”

On acting: “I love the exploratory process. You’re getting to look at life through a different person’s eyes. It makes you see situations differently. A killer, a terrorist, if you look at it from their point of a view, in their mind there’s a justification as to why they’re doing those things, which I find fascinating. Of course you can’t say it’s justifiable. But when you break a character down, you see why they make the decisions they do.”

On whether he’s invited to Miley Cyrus’s wedding: “Haha! We actually did become really good friends while shooting the show. She’s off doing her stuff and me, mine, so we haven’t really stayed in touch. That was the first time I worked with someone of that star caliber, and I was surprised at how normal she was. She’s extremely talented but also has that familiar feel of a girl you went to high school with, that hometown feel.”

On paging Dr. Carter for advice: “I’m having dinner with the man tonight, so we’re actually quite close. Our relationship offscreen is more of an older brother than a father. His door is always open if I have an acting question for him but moreso than acting tips, I feel he’s imparted a lot of knowledge about how to handle myself in the business, whether it’s on-set with producers or network executives, or even just dealing with situations like Comic-Con, which we’re going to. Boiled down, his advice is: never think you’re hotter than you should; keep that level head. Deal with people at the end the same way you do in the beginning; have respect for everyone.”

On the Spielberg touch: “He’s definitely involved in the creation of the aliens and that whole mythology. He’s also very hands-on in the development of the different characters’ story arcs and watches the dailies. It’s not uncommon for him to show up on set. The producer or director comes up to you and says, ‘We’re going to tweak the scene a bit. We were talking to Mr. Spielberg, and he said it should go this way instead.’ It blows my mind. Even compliments will come trickling down through the producers of things that he said about performances, which is just surreal.”

On the LA dating scene: “It’s not my favorite. I’d much rather date around in Alabama or the South. It’s all about looks out here and there are amazingly beautiful girls, so in that regard it’s incredible. But I’m a Southern guy; there’s a certain thing I look for in a girl that’s not the most common trait to find out here—a simple, gentle thing. But I also like a girl who’s opinionated as well! I’m not sure what it is exactly. I think I just haven’t run into that girl that I’ve fallen head over heels with yet.”


Falling Skies: Hal Finds Love Amidst War — But There’s a Catch

Jul 6, 2012

Aliens may have invaded the Earth, but that doesn’t mean life can’t go on — and with it, the blossoming of young love.

This Sunday’s episode of Falling Skies will explore the intense relationship between Hal (Drew Roy) and Maggie (Sarah Carter) that has developed over the last three months while they were out on high-risk scouting missions. Staring into the face of death, Hal will finally realize how much Maggie means to him, especially considering he already lost his first love Karen (Jessy Schram). Will Maggie return his feelings? Will that even matter when — dun, dun, dunnnn — Karen returns in an upcoming episode? TVGuide.com turned to Roy to get the scoop on this post-apocalyptic love triangle:

In this week’s episode, we’ll finally get to see what Hal and Maggie have been doing on missions. What can you tease?
Drew Roy:
Over these past three months from when the first season stopped off until now, this relationship has been developing between Hal and Maggie. It’s not necessarily shown, but these two have been paired up to go out on missions together and they’ve really found this deep friendship between the two of them and this deep amount of trust.

Is there something more going on between them?
I don’t think they even really think of it as anything more than a friendship. There’s a little flirtation that goes on, but I don’t think they’ve ever seriously thought about what would life be like if they were together until this episode comes along. They have a couple of different situations where they’re looking death right in the face, and Hal has a realization that if he lost this girl that would be a horrible thing to have to go through again after having lost Karen. I believe that it brings a couple different emotions to the surface and a couple realizations to make him pursue her a little more directly this episode.

Considering he’s already lost Karen, how does Hal deal with these feelings for Maggie? Does he feel guilty?
He definitely felt guilty back when Karen was taken by the aliens because it happened right in front of him, even though he was powerless because of what had just happened. He always will feel like it was him not rising to the occasion to save her. But at this point, it’s a good six months later, and while he still feels like Karen was the first girl he ever fell in love with, at this day and age that they live in, people are dying all the time and being taken. At the same time, I do believe that’s why he hasn’t jumped on with Maggie or any of these other girls because there is a sense of loyalty there to Karen.

You can check out the interview in full over at TVGuide.com

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