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‘Under the Dome’s’ Brian K. Vaughan: ‘Big Answers’ Coming

The executive producer responds to burning questions from the fourth episode of the CBS summer drama and weighs in on Big Jim's big discovery.

‘Under the Dome’s’ Brian K. Vaughan: Panic, Illness, Answers Coming Soon

The executive producer responds to burning questions from the third episode of the CBS summer drama and previews an escape for Angie.

‘Under the Dome’s’ Brian K. Vaughan Previews New Side to Junior, Detour for Big Jim

The executive producer responds to burning questions from the second episode and warns that the CBS summer drama will veer away from Stephen King's book and avoid a meth-related storyline.

‘Under the Dome’s’ Brian K. Vaughan Answers the Premiere’s Burning Questions

Why Chester's Mill? What's behind the seizures? The executive producer talks with THR in our new weekly postmortem.

‘Under the Dome’: How Close Will CBS Stay to Stephen King’s Book?

Producers Neal Baer and Brian K. Vaughan discuss making changes to the 1,000-page-plus bestseller.

‘Under the Dome’: 10 Things to Know About CBS’ Stephen King Adaptation

The series has already stretched beyond the timeline included in King's 1,000-page book, and producers pledge there will be death -- and answers to the show's many mysteries.

New Line Puts a Director on ‘Y: The Last Man’

The project is based on the acclaimed comic created by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra.

CBS Orders Stephen King’s ‘Under the Dome’ Straight to Series for Summer 2013

"Lost's" Brian K. Vaughan, "A Gifted Man's" Neal Baer, King, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank and Stacey Snider will executive produce; Vaughan is penning the adaptation.

‘Lost’ Writer Brian K. Vaughan Debuts New Comic With Damon Lindelof and Friends

"I wanted to do something that was way too expensive to be TV and too dirty and grown-up to be a four-quadrant blockbuster," Vaughn says of his latest creation.

‘Lost’ Scribe Tapped for Showtime’s ‘Under the Dome’

Brian K. Vaughan will adapt Stephen King's 2009 book for the premium cable network.