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Each week, MTV Geek will sit down with the writers of TNT's alien invasion drama "Falling Skies" and in a spoiler-heavy interview about the developments in the latest episode. Who lives, who dies, and what strange new factions will develop in the third season as the 2nd Mass escalates their conflict with the alien invaders.

Anne’s got a plan, while Pope’s got a plane in this week’s episode of “Falling Skies,” written by Heather Regnier. Regnier, who previously wrote for FOX’s “Human Target,” spoke to us this week about “At All Costs,” the breakdown of the show’s good doctor, finding the President of the United States in a bunker, and how trouble might be brewing for the 2nd Mass now that Cochise is (at least temporarily) out of play.

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CBS’ much-anticipated adaptation of Stephen King’s novel “Under the Dome” premieres tonight at 10 p.m., and we’ve got a whole series of interviews with the talented cast playing the unfortunate souls trapped by “The Dome” in the small town of Chester’s Mill.

Up first is Mike Vogel, a veteran of A&E’s “Bates Motel” along with such series as “Pan Am” and such films as “Cloverfield” and “The Help.”  Vogel has one of the major roles in the book, of mysterious new guy in town Dale “Barbie” Barbara – who, like everyone has a few secrets of his own.  We talked to Vogel about his inspirations for “Barbie,” what to anticipate on the show, and more.

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Fans of Stephen King already know that the author began writing his tremendous (and tremendously entertaining) "Under the Dome" over thirty years ago, but put the novel aside because he felt he couldn't handle the logistics of having an entire town trapped in a giant "glass" prison cell. Before he finally finished the tome, he took a second crack at the material during the filming of he and George Romero's "Creepshow." That incarnation was called "The Cannibals" and according to King, was inspired by real life circumstances:

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For years, the only place to visit the final frontier of the official "Star Trek" universe was through archival episodes and films. Then "Fringe" and "Lost" co-creator J.J. Abrams came along and revitalized a dormant brand, relaunching it as an epic cash-cow film series featuring such beloved geek icons as Zachary Quinto, Simon Pegg, Benedict Cumberbatch and more.

With the eyes of the world once again focused on space, it’s only a matter of time until Trek returns to the small screen that spawned it. Former Trek stalwarts Michael Dorn, George Takei and Jonathan Frakes have all been linked to attempted TV revivals of various concepts, but here are the ones we want most:

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Ready to add some screen-used props to the ever-growing "Star Trek" shrine devouring your basement? Well, Alec Peters, founder of Propworx and a very accomplished "Star Trek" collector in his own right, has decided to pass a large chunk of his official "Star Trek" prop and uniform collection onto others through a series of Ebay auctions.

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"Zombieland," one of the greatest zombie comedies of our time, is being developed as an original TV series, according to Broadcast Now. However, rather than going the traditional broadcast route, the series seems to be headed to Amazon's instant video service. Read More...

If I had a time machine the first thing I would do is travel to March 31st, 2013 so I could watch the "Game of Thrones" third season premiere. Unfortunately, I don't have time machine, so the official "Game of Thrones" production diary has been getting a lot of my attention. And they recently released a new behind the scenes video, dubbed "Molding the Book Into a Series."

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We've still got plenty of time to kill before Netflix premieres the long-awaited rebirth of "Arrested Development." Thankfully, the streaming service recently signed another deal with Warner Bros., this time bringing a slew of Cartoon Network and Adult Swim series online. Read More...

By the power of Grayskull! … Sorry, I just had to get that out of my system. If you're looking for the perfect desk buddy, to let everyone know just how important He-Man and the Masters of the Universe were during your upbringing, these awesome bobble heads are just for you. Read More...

Cowabunga, Dude! The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have always been a part of my life. In fact, I can remember always wanting to be Donatello for Halloween when I was younger, though it unfortunately never happened. Thankfully, there are other nerds I out there I can live through vicariously. Like this guy, who made himself a classic Krang (notice only one 'A') costume for TheRPF's 2012 Halloween costume contest. Read More...

I've lived in a fairly small town for the majority of my life, which means the bowling alley and I have met more than a few times. Though my time spent at the lanes has decreased drastically over the years, this Star Wars-themed Yoda bowling ball could be the perfect way to get back into the game – things could be different with the force at your side. Read More...

There's always money in the banana stand, and Netflix seems to know it. It's no secret that the streaming service has been working to bring the much-loved series "Arrested Development" back to the small screen, and now we've finally got some confirmation on when to expect it and exactly how much of Bluth Family we'll be seeing.

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Last year, "Dexter" just barely edged out "Game of Thrones" for the top slot in TorrentFreak's "Top 10 Most Pirated TV Shows". But the tides have turned, with HBO's adaptation of George R.R. Martin's fantasy epic becoming the most pirated TV show of 2012. Read More...

Holy classic action figures, Batman! The most recent issue of "License! Global" (via Coming Soon) confirms that a toy line based on the late 1960's "Batman" television show, starring Adam West and Burt Ward, will be making its way to collectors' shelves in 2013.

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The third season of "Game of Thrones" is still a few months away, but the official production diary (here) is giving us plenty of looks behind the scenes to prepare us for the events ahead. The latest featurette – "Making Game of Thrones: Art Direction" – introduces us to to art directors Heather Greenlees and Tom Still, who share how working on the same show year after year stays interesting.

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