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Carlton Cuse / Josh Holloway ‘Colony’ Picked Up by USA

By Jon Lachonis,

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Because Carlton doesn’t have enough shows … Colony has been picked up by USA network.  The series stars Josh Holloway, better known to us as Sawyer, and Prison Break and Walking Dead alum Sarah Wayne Callies.  Here’s the scoop from deadline:

Set in the near future, Colony takes place in Los Angeles, which exists in a state of occupation by a force of outside intruders.  Some people choose to collaborate with the authorities and benefit from the new order, while others rebel and suffer the consequences. “Carlton and Ryan have created an intriguing ride that uniquely provides a humanistic take,” said USA president Chris McCumber. “Josh and Sarah have incredible on-screen chemistry and brilliantly play a couple making tough choices to protect their family in an uncertain world.”

Sounds great to me, still wondering when Damon is going to stick his head into the writers room of one of Carlton’s many shows to churn out an episode or two with his old LOST buddy. Too much stunt-writing?

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