I haven't blogged about this yet, but I'm really digging the Under the Dome series airing this summer on CBS. I was a big fan of the book, so I was excited to hear that the project was being adapted for television. Additionally, I'm enjoying the way that the show is using the source material as a guide and not a bible--much like AMC's The Walking Dead . Much of what I read about in the book is represented, yet there are enough critical differences to give it a different trajectory. Essentially, this means that even though I've read the book, I'm not really sure what's going to happen next at any point on the show. I know that many King fans are greatly displeased about this, but I think it allows everyone to be surprised anew as the tale unfolds.
I wonder what the next book or comic to take a similar approach will be?
Anyway, if you're a fan of drama or suspense, or if you enjoy stories where people dealing with dire circumstances realize that their peers pose the greatest threat to them, you should be watching Under the Dome too.