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USA Network Renews 'COLONY' For A Second Season

USA Network announced on February 4, that they’ve renewed their freshman drama series COLONY for a second season.

The series comes from Carlton Cuse ( 311 more words


TV Review: "Colony" (2016 - ) ★★★★

Ever since Prison Break and The Walking Dead, Sarah Wayne Callies has earned the reputation of being a trustworthy actor, whose TV projects more or less succeed. 418 more words

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COLONY: How Far Would You Go To Save Your Family?

Episode 101, “Pilot” So the star of 80’s throwback Intelligence and the terrible wife from The Walking Dead lead the cast of an alien invasion show? 41 more words


'Colony': Series Premiere Review

Some minor spoilers ahead for the season premiere, although there aren’t many true spoilers in the first episode.

USA Network’s proof that they are playing with the big boys comes in their mid-season premiere of… 809 more words

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'Colony's' Peter Jacobson Lays Down the Law as Proxy Snyder

Peter Jacobson stars in USA’s newest dystopian drama series Colony as Proxy Alan Snyder, the leader of the Transitional Authority in Los Angeles, and talked about the show and his character during the Television Critics Association winter session. 853 more words

Is Los Angeles in peril? - Colony Review

That’s the question I was asking myself when I first heard about USA Network’s new series Colony. Brought to us by executive producers Carlton Cuse and Ryan Condal, Colony focuses around the Bowman family, Will (Josh Holloway) a former FBI agent, his wife Katie (Sarah Wayne Callies) and their children who are trying to survive in the new Los Angeles, run by an organisation known as the Colony Transitional Authority. 596 more words

Haven't We Already Met?

These performers acted in projects together before they became famous co-stars in other works.

In the romantic comedy movie Made of Honor, Patrick Dempsey and Kevin McKidd battled for the romantic attentions of Michelle Monoghan, long before they were coworkers at Seattle Grace on… 62 more words