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Falling Skies recap: Prisoners of War

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Last week, Falling Skies had the most-watched cable premiere of the year.

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Falling Skies series premiere recap: Retreat. Regroup. Return. Revenge.

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The most important thing to know about Falling Skies – TNT’s new post-apocalyptic alien-invasion survivalist romp – is that the series premiere got its worst scene out of the way early. Skies kicked off last night with a montage of crayon drawings presenting the viewer with the end of the world. A chorus of adorable-sounding children narrated us through the arrival of a strange alien race, the annihilation of some 90% of the global population, and the current state of the human resistance.

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Survival of the (Out)fittest: Post-apocalyptic shows teach us about getting dressed for doomsday

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From Falling Skies to The Walking Dead and Revolution, a number of TV shows offer us a glimpse at what life could be like in the post-apocalyptic future.

But whether you believe the end of days will be spent fighting zombies, fending off aliens or dealing with the mother of all blackouts, one thing is certain – when it comes to survival, the way you dress could mean the difference between life and death.

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EW's own film fest

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For one heroic week we were ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY, thanks to the inaugural EW CapeTown Film Fest. The festival — named after EW.com’s superhero-friendly hub — was launched in conjunction with American Cinematheque and sponsored by TNT’s Falling Skies. It brought 7,000 fans together at Hollywood’s Egyptian Theatre with filmmakers and sci-fi icons like Leonard Nimoy, Mark Hamill, and Kurt Russell. EW’s Geoff Boucher, Tim Stack, and Anthony Breznican led Q&A’s.

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Your Summer Must List: TV

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Louie Welcomes 4 Oscar Winners…And More Misery

Louie June 28 (FX)

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The high price of TV's virtual reality

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Lots of series have gone F/X-happy this season, thanks to a surge in high-concept shows that demand lavish locales and creatures. Fox’s dinosaur series Terra Nova is the most obvious creator of computer magic, but dramas like ABC’s Once Upon a Time and Pan Am are also relying heavily on effects in ways that viewers may not notice.

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Deal Report: July 22, 2011

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James Spader will join the cast of NBC’s The Office this fall as Dunder Mifflin’s new CEO.

TNT has renewed Falling Skies, the alien-invasion drama exec-produced by Steven Spielberg, for a second season.

Arnold Schwarzenegger will star as a small-town border sheriff battling a Mexican drug cartel in The Last Stand.

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SoundBites: July 1, 2011

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”My yoga instructor says I’m so focused, sometimes it’s like there’s nothing in my head.” —Stacy (April Bowlby), stating why she should help Jane (Brooke Elliott) with her case, on Drop Dead Diva

”As a viewer I can’t tell you how disappointed I am that you would sully a program of this integrity, of this quality, with a presence such as ‘Jon Stewart.”’ —Jon Stewart on Fox News Sunday

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'Falling Skies': From Producer Steven Spielberg

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What it’s about From executive producer Steven Spielberg comes a new kind of close encounter with alien life — except these robo-enhanced ETs aren’t here in peace. Skies, premiering June 19, begins six months after the war, with the invading aliens occupying the ruins of America, and mankind organized into resistance movements. Your hero is Tom Mason (Noah Wyle), a history professor and widower with three sons. Says Wyle, ”It blends two different kinds of sci-fi that I like: metaphor for our world today, and mystery.”

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Six months ago, aliens invaded America and turned ER’s pensive Dr. John Carter into gunslinging history professor Tom Mason, star of the new sci-fi epic Falling Skies. Noah Wyle’s transformation from network doctor to cable action hero comes complete with scruffy beard and a scratchy voice that occasionally recalls a young Clint Eastwood. It takes a couple of hours, or roughly the length of the premiere, to get used to this new version of Wyle, but he pulls it off.

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