If seeing “The Young and the Restless’” <strong>Max Ehrich</strong> (Fenmore Baldwin) appear on both his CBS Daytime home and in his recurring role as “Under the Dome’s” Hunter isn’t enough for you, then you’re in luck: The actor will soon be showing up on Nickelodeon’s new comedic series, “100 Things To Do Before High School!”
Goods news for fans of CBS’ current primetime lineup: The network has decided to pick up its original scripted series “Under the Dome” and “Extant” for next summer!
“The Young and the Restless’” Max Ehrich (Fenmore Baldwin) hasn’t been seen much in Genoa City these days, but the young actor is still very much a part of the CBS family — as computer hacker Hunter on the network’s primetime series, “Under the Dome!” Soap Opera Network caught up with Ehrich shortly after he returned from North Carolina (where “Dome” films) to get the scoop on his new nighttime alter ego and when fans can look forward to seeing him back at “Y&R!”
If you've been following "Under the Dome" throughout its second season, you'll recall that beginning in episode 3, a young mystery man named Hunter had been communicating with Norrie (Mackenzie Lintz) and Joe (Colin Ford) via internet messages. In tonight's episode we get our first glimpse of Hunter as played by "The Young and the Restless'" Max Ehrich (Fermore Baldwin). The question is, how did he get in the Dome if we're led to believe there is no way in or out? You'll just have to tune in to find out!
CBS has renewed "Under the Dome," the summers most watched series in viewers and key sales demos, for a second season. Based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, "Dome" follows a small town suddenly sealed off from the rest of the world by an enormous transparent dome. The citizens must now deal with ways to survive amid post-apocalyptic conditions, while seeking to find answers to what the dome is and why they're all stuck in it and when they might get out (not likely anytime soon with the renewal).
CBS Television Studios reveals exclusive key art of the infamous half cow from the television event of the summer, UNDER THE DOME, to remind everyone that no matter where you are, there’s no place like “dome.”
On Monday, June 24, CBS premieres the highly anticipated summer event drama series, "Under the Dome," based on Stephen King's best-selling novel. With an order of 13 episodes, "Dome" follows the story of a small town that finds itself suddenly sealed off from the rest of the world without any explanations. Viewers will get to see how the town deals with the seclusion and their fight to get out.