Submitted by alycakes 1091d ago | news

Under The Dome Adaptation Moves to CBS for Summer 2013 Debut; Brian K. Vaughan Will Produce

The television adaptation of Stephen King’s novel Under the Dome has undergone a bit of a tune-up. The series was originally being developed by comic book/TV writer Brian K. Vaughan (Lost) for Showtime with Steven Spielberg onboard as a producer, but now it appears that the TV adaptation will be moving to CBS. For those unfamiliar, the supernatural thriller pits local folks against each other when they discover that their vacation town in Maine has been cut off from the rest of the world by a mysterious force field. Hit the jump for more on the CBS iteration of the series. (Brian K. Vaughn, CBS, TV, Under the Dome)

alycakes  +   1091d ago
At least this way I will be able to see it on CBS instead of having to miss it. it was going to originally be on Showtime.
Crazay  +   1091d ago
Totally looking forward to this

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