It was just a few weeks ago that the Steven Spielberg-produced Falling Skies returned to TNT for season two after escaping cancellation, but now the Noah Wyle-starring series has established some stable footing, as TNT announced that the post-apocalyptic show will be renewed for a third season.
Billed as ‘War of The Worlds: The Series,’ this high-concept, low budget, pulp alien invasion serial was hailed by all who saw it as a solid but unspectacular piece of genre fiction that hadn’t quite lived-up to the kind of hype the attachment of a name like Steven Spielberg (executive producer) inevitably brings.
After a heap of speculation about the fate of TNT's teetering Falling Skies, starring Noah Wyle, and Sarah Carter, season two of the show reasserted itself on Sunday night, picking up plot-wise about three months after Wyle's Tom Mason boarded the alien spacecraft on the finale of season one.
Noah Wyle, 41, returns as warrior-statesman Tom Mason in the second season of the acclaimed TNT series Falling Skies. Returning on June 17, the Steven Spielberg-produced drama promises new creatures and new threats.
The 2012 Annual White House Correspondents Dinner, which was held on Saturday night at the Washington Hilton Hotel, was a jolly affair, as the stars came out to mix with media giants and political powerhouses, including the President of the United States, Barack Obama.
ER hunk Noah Wyle and his wife of eleven years, Tracy, have separated but are attempting to work out their differences for the sake of their children, Owen, 7, and Auden, 4. The two are living separately but the kids are seeing both of their parents daily.