‘Under The Dome’ Season 3: EP Tim Schlattmann Teases ‘Deaths Really Matter,’ Chester’s Mill Is Not Secured
Don’t forget to watch the newest “Under the Dome” Season 3 episodes as one of the major characters is going to say goodbye to the show. Tim Schlattmann, the executive producer of the show said at the Comic-Con International 2015 in San Diego that “there would be no more insignificant deaths.” Read on for more details.
Not only Schlattmann, cast members Marg Helgenberger, Mike Vogel, and Colin Ford were present at Ballroom 20 at Comic-Con to tease fans on what to expect going forward on “Under the Dome” season 3.
“Sometimes a series can have deaths that don’t really mean anything,” Schlattmann said.
On the other hand, Franchise Herald reported that he did not precisely say what is going to happen to the “Under the Dome” season 3 episodes.
“I think in this season, these deaths are really going to matter. It is all going to start to build in tonight’s episode and moving forward. Things are going to get bananas,” Schlattmann added.
The fans of “Under the Dome” season 3 have not seen any death of any major character so far. Only in the first episode, a major character was removed when Melanie Cross (Grace Victoria Cox) was murdered by Big Jim (Dean Norris).
Helgenberger’s character was earlier teased by Neal Baer, one of the executive producer of the series.. It is said that Helgenberger’s new character as Christine Price is very unique. With her introduction, Chester’s Mill is no longer the safe place to live.
In the most recent “Under the Dome” season 3 episode, Helgenberger places a gamble to get control over Junior and Joe so that they start move and work according to her instructions.
“Big Jim (Dean Norris) has really met his match. The thing that makes him such a foe for Christine is he’s a narcissist,” Shlattmann said as published by Entertainment Weekly.
According to Shlattmann, Jim’s enmity with Christine will give Julia Shumway (Rachelle Lefevre) a new appreciation (for Jim) that would ultimately save Chester’s Mill from being destroyed.
Catch “Under the Dome” every Thursday on CBS Television Network.
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