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Anyone watching this TV show based on the Stephen King novel? 

 

Is it any good?  I haven't seen it (nor have I read the book).

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Andy

I was wondering the same thing actually, looked interesting from the trailers I'd seen... never read the book myself

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Mara

I watched it. I thought it was good. But I haven't read the book either, so... ;p 

 

Though apparently it is different than the book, from something I saw online awhile back - specifically, the reason for the dome. I won't say more, in case you or I do read the book later.

 

 

They renewed it for a second season that will air this summer. Looking forward to it.

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Mara

Season three starts tonight! :D

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Andy

I still need to check it out, what's it like?

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Mara

Kerrrrrrrrrrrrraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaazy sauce.

 

No, seriously, it's kind of hard to explain, haha.  But I will try... Hmm.   It's one of those shows that definitely makes you think.. and you don't always know what is the truth or what is going on....  I guess a little like LOST in that vein? But still entirely different-ish.

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