The CBS "astronaut with a robot son gives birth to an alien" show Extant is getting a major shakeup for its second season, following in the footsteps of HBO's The Leftovers. Two characters are gone, and two major characters are only appearing at the start of the season, and then vanishing. Spoilers ahead...
Now here's a somewhat surprising development: CBS has renewed its struggling summer shows Under the Dome and Extant for next summer. So we'll get to see more cryptic clues and oracular paintings, plus more of Halle Berry's messed-up family.
For a show that's supposed to have humanity-altering stakes, Extant has been a rather dull show. Instead of creating intriguing mysteries, Extant lays bare the motives of most of its characters while bouncing between its fetal MacGuffin and a its shrug-worthy anti-robotics movement. But in last night's episode, …
Extant, the new series that finds Halle Berry's character inexplicably pregnant after a solo space mission, may not be the smartest series on television, but it could prove a fun summer mystery show. And fortunately, there's more to it than Berry gazing at her not-yet-expanding navel.
The first ever footage from the Steven Spielberg-produced space drama Extant has been released. And it's kind of like The Astronaut's Wife in reverse.
One of the year's most anticipated science fiction shows is this summer's Extant, starring Halle Berry as an astronaut who returns to Earth after a solo mission. And as this new promo hints... she didn't return alone. Cue creepy ultrasound fetus images. We'll find out more when Extant airs in June on CBS.
Extant is an early contender for "show with the most complicated premise of 2014." The TV show about a female astronaut whose husband made a robot baby, and who's pregnant with a possibly alien baby, sparked a network bidding war. And now it has a high-profile star: Halle Berry.
The years have been good to Storm. Check out the flying mutant's brand new look on the set of X-Men: Days of Future Past. Courtesy of Bryan Singer’s Twitter.
Holy cow, the future world according to Cloud Atlas is scary as hell, and weird.