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Under the Dome 2nd season

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Under the Dome 2nd season

Starts 25th August, 10PM
Anyone else looking forward to the 2nd season
From the preview it looks as though it will be as good, if not better than season 1
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Re: Under the Dome 2nd season

Just watched S2 E7 and, no, it doesn't really get any better!
The acting is appalling. The plot has been quite slow but E7 had much more to it and became quite exciting but the lack of any decent actors does spoil it. So bad it's watchable Cheesy

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Re: Under the Dome 2nd season

I've had Season 2 sitting here on the server since Christmas (the Stepsons dad brought it over when he came to stay at Christmas)
Not bothered to watch it yet.
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Re: Under the Dome 2nd season

I'm more interested in the Walking Dead series 5.....
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Re: Under the Dome 2nd season

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Anyone else looking forward to the 2nd season

Yep, the acting may not be brilliant but S1 was quite watchable.
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Re: Under the Dome 2nd season

Watchable, yes - often for the wrong reasons, though.
The premise is good and, without giving spoilers, I think the plot is getting more interesting. E7 really is good bar those pesky kids who can't act especially Mackenzie Lintz (Norrie) and Colin Ford (Joe)!
I still would expect better from something with Steven Spielberg's name to it.

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