Posts tagged with "Under the Dome"
The dome may have come down from over Chester’s Mill in the final episode of Under The Dome, but Buzz trapped Colin Ford (Joe) and Alex Koch (Junior) together on the Buzz Livestream stage at MCM London Comic Con this weekend. Here they were put Under The Scrutiny of Yael Tygiel of Yael TV fame, our guest host for the weekend.
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Having run out of novelty value after about three episodes and padding out the next two and a half seasons with an increasingly ludicrous alien invasion plot, Under The Dome has been cancelled in the US by its network, CBS.
The show, based on the book by Stephen King, was about a small town that became encased by an inescapable, invisible dome. It launched to massive ratings in June 2013 but has been haemorrhaging viewers for the past couple of...
“It’s awesome,” said Colin Ford when asked what it was like to meet his fans at MCM Birmingham Comic Con. “I get to hear about other TV shows that are out. I also get to hear about what you guys like about the projects I’m working on. It’s kinda cool to find the same connections that the audience members have.”
Portraying Joe McAlister in CBS’s adaptation of Stephen King’s novel Under the Dome, Colin Ford took to the stage to answer...
With the last MCM Comic Con event now mere days away, the MCM Comic Con team have released a guide to the signing locations for this weekend’s MCM Birmingham event and we added it to the map to give you one handy guide to the event. Click on the image below to enlarge it. Don’t forget to keep your eyes on MCM Buzz on the site, Facebook and Twitter for a host of photos, articles and more from the event.
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The UK’s biggest comic convention continues to shatter attendance records, as last weekend’s MCM London Comic Con saw more than 110,000 sci-fi, comic book, videogame and anime fans flocking to the bi-annual London event at the ExCeL.
In total, 110,197 people came through the doors during the 24-26 October weekend, smashing the previous record of 101,600 at the last show in May and 88,000 in October 2013.
“We’re delighted that so many people...
With the second series of Under the Dome soon to reach its chilling conclusion on UK television, there was a large audience in attendance for the Under the Dome panel at MCM London Comic Con this year. Featured on the all-female panel were actors Aisha Hinds (Carolyn Hill), Mackenzie Lintz (Elinore “Norrie” Calvert-Hill) and Grace Victoria Cox (Melanie Cross).
Questions began with the obvious elephant of the series – the dome itself...
With the summer now behind us and the new seasons of our favourite shows underway thoughts turn to the shows that the kept their spots warm over the past few months. One such show for CBS was the science fiction drama, Under The Dome, which despite being the number one scripted show of that period was not renewed straight away following the blood bath of a season finale.
So now several weeks after the show has ended, CBS has finally confirmed that...
As part of our recent MCM London Comic Con coverage, reporter Robert Fretwell, had a chance to sit down and talk with Colin Ford (Joe McAlister), Samantha Mathis (Alice Calvert) and Mackenzie Lintz (Norrie Calvert-Hill) from the hit US series, Under The Dome. Click play below to find out what they had to say about the show, including Stephen King writing the first episode for Season Two!
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As part of the recent MCM London Comic Con, fans were treated to a fantastic panel on the Saturday featuring Under The Dome stars Colin Ford (Joe Mcalister), Samantha Mathis (Alice Calvert) and Mackenzie Lintz (Norrie Calvert-Hill) and MCM Buzz is proud to reveal that you can relive the panel in all its glory by click playing below! Also for more video coverage from the event then visit our YouTube page.
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It’s been revealed that an incredible 88,000 people attended last weekend’s MCM London Comic Con, smashing the previous record of 76,000 set at the May event earlier this year.
For the first time ever, stalls and events were spread across both sides of the ExCel London building, making for a huge expansion from 25,000 to 34,000 square metres. Despite this, as any attendee will tell you, MCM organisers managed to fill the building fit...