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'Colony' Star Josh Holloway Dismisses 'Lost' Comparisons: 'I'm Not Trying to Get Off the Island'

Carlton Cuse and Ryan Condal’s “Colony” represents another high-concept swing for USA Network following the success of summer drama “Mr. Robot,” allowing the network that was once known for its “blue skies” programming to pivot into darker territory. 744 more words

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'Colony' Envisions Los Angeles As Near-Future Nazi-Occupied Paris – TCA

USA’s new Colony is not a story of alien invasion, it’s an espionage thriller with a sci-fi backdrop, executive producer Carlton Cuse told reporters today at the TCA Summer Press Tour. 310 more words

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USA reveals 'Colony,' 'Satisfaction' Season 2 and more fall premiere dates

USA Network unveiled its fall lineup, and let fans know when Carlton Cuse’s new series “Colony” will premiere. Bad news first: They’re going to have to wait several months for the upcoming drama. 414 more words

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Ten years and it’s not Lost impact

First published at TheBoar.org on October 4th, 2014.

First airing on September 22nd 2004, Lost became a cultural phenomenon that none could have predicted. Launching countless water cooler discussions, the show was nothing if not divisive. 792 more words

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‘The Strain’ gets a third season

FX has renewed the series for a third season with just four episodes in the second season. “The Strain” stars Corey Stoll as Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, one of a group of humans struggling to combat a vampire epidemic.  37 more words

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Executive Producer Carlton Cuse Of The Strain At SDCC

Carlton Cuse, Executive Producer: Corey Stoll and Mia Maestro’s characters basically as epidemiologists try to engineer a way to wipe out the vampires. Setrakian is looking for the Osidio Luminus, this mysterious book that may or not hold the answer to wipe out the master. 271 more words

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Bates Motel gets 2 more seasons!

A&E NETWORK GREENLIGHTS TWO MORE SEASONS OF THE ORIGINAL DRAMA SERIES “BATES MOTEL”

20 EPISODES ORDERED TO AIR IN 2016

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