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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Eddie Cahill has joined the cast of the CBS drama UNDER THE DOME, which returns this summer. The actor will join Karla Crome as new cast members of the series which is executive produced by Stephen King, Steven Spielberg, Neal Baer and Brian K. Vaughan.
Cahill will portray Sam, Big Jim's (Dean Norris) brother-in-law. The character is described as "a handsome recluse and former EMT who can hold his own against Big Jim and forms a deep connection with Julia (Rachelle Lefevre)." The actor is best known for his role on CBS's CSI: NY, where he portrayed Detective Don Flack. His other TV credits include Friends, Glory Days and Dawson's Creek.
Crome is set to make her U.S. TV debut as Rebecca, described as "a beautiful teacher who is athletic, smart, tough and sexy. She grew up as an Army brat and lived with her family in many locations around the world." The actress credits include Hit & Miss, Misfits, Lightfields, Prisoners Wives and Murder.
Under the Dome returns for its sophomore season on Monday, June 30 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT). The premiere episode will be written by Stephen King, whose bestselling novel the series is based on. Under the Dome was last summer's #1 program, averaging 15.06 million viewers and 3.9/11 in adults 18-49, ranking as the most-watched scripted summer series in 21 years.
Under the Dome tells the story of a small town that is suddenly and inexplicably sealed off from the rest of the world by an enormous transparent dome. The town's inhabitants must deal with surviving the post-apocalyptic conditions while searching for answers to what this barrier is, where it came from, and if and when it will go away.