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'Falling Skies' Series Finale Yields More Fizzle Than Fireworks (SPOILERS)

“Falling Skies” had been running on fumes for a while, frustratingly so in its final season, which should have been building up to a big cosmic comeuppance for the Espheni, the alien invaders who had blown much of humanity to smithereens. 628 more words


Falling Skies stinks of Network TV mistakes

I love Falling Skies, but I hate some things about it.

For one, one of my favorite celebrities deserves more airtime:

And the Alien Monsters. Sometimes the “skidders” just sort of make me laugh. 194 more words

Sci-fi Fantasy

Enough (2002) **REVIEW**

Enough is a film about a woman who’s getting abused by her husband and she have to run and fight for her life on her own without any help. 205 more words


'Falling Skies': The End Is Nigh, And All Will Become Clear - Comic Con

Members of the 2nd Mass landed in Ballroom 20 today for Falling Skies’ final Comic-Con appearance. Writer-producer Olatunde Osunsanmi, producer-actor Noah Wyle along with fellow castmembers Moon Bloodgood, Colin Cunningham, Drew Roy, Sarah Carter, Conner Jessup, and Doug Jones took the audience through some favorite memories of the TNT series and offered up some snippets on its final season, which premiered June 28. 396 more words


Noah Wyle Welcomes Daughter Frances Harper

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It’s a girl for Noah Wyle!

The Falling Skies star and wife Sara Wells welcomed daughter Frances Harper Wyle on Monday, June 22, his rep confirms to PEOPLE. 99 more words


TV Review: 'Falling Skies,' Season 5

Although the ratings have remained reasonably good, one suspects a contingent of “Falling Skies” viewers have stuck with this Steven Spielberg-produced drama the last few seasons just waiting to see its conclusion. 484 more words


The World Made Straight (2015) Noah Wyle & Southern Drama Hold the Cheese

The 2015 film The World Made Straight, is a dose of southern drama, holding off the cheese, and delivering a tale which encompasses the Civil War, the drug culture and how weed seems to have replaced White Lightning as the redneck’s produce of choice. 407 more words