CBS to Air ‘Under the Dome’ Special ‘Inside Chester’s Mill’

CBS will warm you up for Season 2 of the hit series Under the Dome, filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina, with a one-hour special to refresh viewers on what happened in the first season.

The CBS series 'Under the Dome' is filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina.
The CBS series ‘Under the Dome’ is filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina.

CBS will air Under the Dome: Inside Chester’s Mill on Monday, June 23 at 10pm, one week before the Season 2 premiere on June 30.

This exclusive one-hour special looks back at the premiere season of the hit summer series, featuring highlights from last season as well as new interviews with the cast and executive producers.  In addition, the special will tease what lies ahead for the residents of Chester’s Mill who are still trapped under the mysterious dome with an advance sneak peek at the season two premiere.

UNDER THE DOMEreturns for its second season Monday, June 30 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, with an episode written by bestselling author and executive producer Stephen King. 

UNDER THE DOME was last summer’s #1 program and the most-watched scripted summer series premiere in 21 years. UNDER THE DOMEis also licensed in 200 markets worldwide by CBS Studios International, and was recently named one of the most-watched dramas in the world by Eurodata TV Worldwide.

UNDER THE DOMEstars Mike Vogel, Rachelle Lefevre, Dean Norris, Eddie Cahill, Alexander Koch, Nicholas Strong, Colin Ford, Mackenzie Lintz, Karla Crome, Natalie Martinez and Britt Robertson.  It is produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Amblin Television.  Steven Spielberg, Stephen King, Neal Baer, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank, Stacey Snider, Jack Bender and Brian K. Vaughan are executive producers.

Season 2 of Under the Dome premieres on Monday, June 30 at 10pm, with an episode written by Stephen King.


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