Published On: Thu, Apr 10th, 2014

CBS teases ‘Under the Dome’ season 2 in new trailer

While Under The Dome doesn’t return until summer, CBS has released a teaser trailer promoting season two of the hit show.

Under the Dome season 2Season one ended abruptly, with a highly talked about cliffhanger and fans are clamoring to find out what happens next in Chester’s Mill.

The new teaser previews the second season of the suspenseful drama that airs on CBS, and is based on a novel by Stephen King. Fans were drawn in by the odd nature of the show’s first season, and similar to a show like Lost, the show continues to make its audience question things – something fan can expect to continue.

“I think the Dome is trying to tell us something,” an officer says.

Throughout the rest of the trailer, fans see eerie clips of citizens being dragged against their will. Not only are people being effected by telekinesis of a mystery entity but so are objects. The only person not seen to be effected by the unknown power is Big Jim.

“Tell me what to do. Tell me!” he cries, kneeling next to the body of the young officer. Check out the trailer below.

“It will be filled with twists and turns and shocking events,” Neal Bear, executive producer tells  webprosnews.com. adding that “What’s outside comes inside.”

Baer went on to say that Junior, played by Alexander Koch, has an uncle that has been in hiding the entire time, who may prove to be a threat for Under The Dome’s Barbie, played by Mike Vogel. This is previewed in more detail by IBTimes.

Under the Dome is set to return June 30, 2014.

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