"Under The Dome" is set to return for an exciting season 2 in a little over two weeks and fans can't wait to see what will happen. According to Stephen King, season 2 was never even supposed to happen so there should be plenty of surprises even for those who read the book. Right at the end of season 1, Barbie (Mike Vogel) was taken to town square and was about to be executed in front of everyone. The IB Times reported some "Under The Dome" spoilers including Barbie's fate on Friday.
There are spoilers ahead so stop reading now if you don't want to know what happens. "Under The Dome" season 2 will premiere it's first episode "Heads Will Roll" on CBS on Monday, June 30. This first episode was written by Stephen King and will tell of the changes to the dome since the hit television show left at the end of last summer.
At the end of season 1, Barbie was taken to town square and Big Jim Rennie (Dean Norris) was about to have him hanged for all to see. When the finale ended, no one knew if Barbie would live or die. Now we know that Barbie does not die and will actually live on to play another season. That doesn't mean things are great for him but it's a good thing one of the favorite "Under The Dome" characters does not meet his end before season 2 even starts.
There are rumblings that two characters will die during the premiere episode on June 30. One of these characters will be a fan favorite and will die right away in the first episode. It is unclear exactly who they are but it is not Barbie and cannot be Julia (Rachelle Lafevre.) The two will have a tumultuous relationship which truly gets tested during episode three. Also, Norrie (Mackenzie Lintz) and Joe (Colin Ford) also play a huge part of episode three. Our guess is that one of the two dead in the first episode will be Sheriff Linda Esquivel (Natalie Martinez) but that is just speculation.
Other information revealed about the show included news that the dome somehow became magnetized. This means cars, appliances and everything magnetic has the ability to fly off and stick to the side of the dome. That could be dangerous and incredibly inconveniencing since there will be no more transportation.
Considering that Stephen King never anticipated a second season of "Under The Dome" and that the script had to be completely created from scratch, anything goes on the show and anyone can die at any time. Who do you think will die and who will survive when "Under The Dome" returns to CBS? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.