Premiere Props is auctioning off over 1500 props from all five seasons of TNT’s Falling Skies on Saturday, August 29th and Sunday, August 30th. There will be previews each day from 9-11am (PT), with the auction beginningat 11am (PT).
Some of the bigger items available include: Tom Mason’s Season 5 Hero Costume, John Pope’s Season Four Faraday Helmet, Espheni Overlord’s Glowing Lava Stone, Lexi’s “Triskelion” Necklace with Pendant (Season 4), Cochise’s Volm Field Laser de-Harnessing Machine (Season 4) and a Life-Size Skitter Creature – to name but a paltry few.
Bids can be placed online beginning immediately. Falling Skies’ series finale airs on Sunday, August 30th. For further details, follow the jump.
TNT is taking The Last Ship and Falling Skies to Comic-Con 2015 for two different reasons.
While this year’s Falling Skies Panel will be part the process of bidding farewell to a long-running sci-fi favorite, the network will be giving fans of The Last Ship an opportunity to experience the show in the Oculus Rift – being transported directly in the show’s world, as well as being able to attend a panel dealing with the show’s second season season.
Cast members will take part in both panels. For further details, follow the jump.
TNT is taking over San Diego Airport on its march to Comic-Con 2014 – branding the airport with a huge Legends banner and other imagery on display throughout. The much-anticipated series is one of three that TNT will be featuring at the Con this year – the others beings Michael Bay’s The Last Ship and Steven Spielberg’s Falling Skies.
Another featured event will be a party for The Last Ship aboard the USS Midway – and the Falling Skies booth will be transformed into the alien cocoon that plays a pivotal part in the show’s June 27th episode.
For further details on TNT’s Comic-Con 2014 plans, follow the jump.
On Saturday, April 19th, TNT will be bringing Falling Skies, Legends and The Last Ship to WonderCon. Stars from all three – including Moonblood and Doug Jones (Falling Skies), Sean Bean and Tina Majorino (Legends) and fan favorite Adam Baldwin (The Last Ship) – will appear on panels.
For series descriptions, premiere dates and the complete listing of related panel members, check out the press release after the jump.
TNT has just announced that they have ordered a fourth season of Falling Skies, the scifi drama from executive producers Steven Spielberg and DreamWorks Television. The ten-episode season is scheduled for summer 2014.
Nine series have been announced as part of TNT’s summer schedule – four newbies and five returning. So, whether you’re dying to see how The Closer finishes its run, curious to see what scams the Leverage gang has up its sleeve, are curious see how new series Perception’s paranoid schizophrenic specialist in neuroscience solves crimes, or just looking for some prime soap with Dallas, check out the premiere dates for all the TNT summer shows following the jump.
While Terra Nova has gotten huge press – partly because of the scrubbing of its early premiere and partly because of a pretty spiffy trailer – Steven Spielberg’s other series, Falling Skies [TNT, Sundays, 9/8C] is coming off without a hitch, this weekend. And it’s really, really good!
Besides bringing back seven series for 2011-12 – basic cable’s #1 series Rizzoli & Isles; The Closer; recent Peabody Award winner Men of a Certain Age; Leverage; HawthoRNe; Memphis Beat and Southland – and premiering alien occupation series Falling Skies and the legal drama Franklin & Bash, TNT/TBS are developing an ambitious slate to add to their already highly regarded line-up of original programs.
Among those included are The Closer spin-off, Major Crimes a series of Tuesday Night Mystery movies and The Wedding Band – an hour-long comedy starring Brian Austin Greene [Terminator: The Sarah Conner Chronicles] and Harold Perrineau [Lost]. For a look at the complete TBS/Turner slate, follow the jump.
TNT’s new trailer for Falling Skies – premiering on Sunday, June 19th at 9/8C – includes a good look at two different types of aliens including multi-legged type referred to as a ‘skitterer.’ I have a feeling that this series will turn out to be what V should have been.