Ok, I generally like to wait a season before I commit to recapping a show. I binge watched Colony over the holidays, so now I’m into it. In case you didn’t know Colony is basically V-The Miniseries without the aliens being at the forefront. It’s an alien invasion story without the aliens. It asks the question what would people do under these circumstances. Do you become a collaborator or try and resist? If you resist how do you do it? Season 2 returned to USA Network this week. At the end of the season everyone was left in a precarious place at the end of last season I’m pretty curious to see where season 2 is going. Colony airs on USA Network Thursday nights at 10pm.
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In the season finale of COLONY, after the Resistance kidnaps a high-value hostage, the Los Angeles bloc is placed on lockdown.
Series star Sarah Wayne Callies sits down to discuss the challenges her character faced this season as well as the complicated relationships within her family and the Resistance. Also, don’t miss a quick mention of Prison Break where she is due to return.
“Gateway” airs Thursday, March 17 at 10pm/9c on USA Network.
Full interview after the jump!
Colony’s very own Tory Kittles (Broussard) sits down to discuss his experience on the show this season and maybe a tease or two of what’s to come for his character and the resistance.
Broussard (Tory Kittles) questions his mentor, while separately Katie (Sarah Wayne Callies) feels cut off from her family and her cell. During his hunt for the Resistance, Will (Josh Holloway) comes even closer to discovering the truth. Up in the Green Zone, Maddie (Amanda Righetti) finds herself entangled in a seductive relationship. Finally, Snyder (Peter Jacobson) keeps his word, giving Will and Katie a glimmer of hope. “Broussard” airs Thursday, February 25 at 10pm/9c on USA Network).
Full interview after the jump!
Josh Holloway returns to series television this fall in what might just be an alien invasion series for USA Network, Colony. I say ‘might be’ because it’s never explicitly stated that the occupiers of Los Angeles are aliens.
In an occupied Los Angeles, Holloway plays a husband and father who must collaborate with the occupiers to keep his family safe – despite wanting to resist them.
Colony’s first trailer is now available and it looks like a tense ride. Check it out after the jump.
Looking for a ride at SDCC? USA Network’s Colony and Uber got your back! The Colony “Transportation Domination” will provide Comic-Con attendees with complimentary rides using a fleet of hundreds of Colony branded units including military vehicles and SUVs, bicycles from 23 DecoBike stations and pedicabs, beginning Thursday, July 9 and continuing through Saturday, July 11 from 10:00 AM –10:00 PM PT daily. The massive squadron of custom-designed Colony branded military vehicles and SUVs will be available for request via the Uber app by selecting the Colony option. Additionally, one lucky participant will win a ride with Colony creators Carlton Cuse (“Lost,” “Bates Motel”) and Ryan Condal (“Hercules”).