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Falling Skies
Season Four
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Number of Episodes 12 [1]
Air date June 22, 2014
Other Seasons
Previous Season 3
Next Season 5


Season 4 is the fourth season of Falling Skies. Season 4 will premiere June 22, 2014.[2] Unlike the previous seasons which consisted of 10 episodes, Season 4 will consist of 12 episodes.

Questions to be AnsweredEdit

  • The new role of the human resistance in the Volm-Espheni war.
  • The new relationship between the humans and the Volm. Due to an attack on the planet where their families are the main Volm force was forced to abandon Earth for the time being. Leaving behind only recon teams, the humans now feel abandoned by the Volm.
  • The true nature of Alexis Glass-Mason and Anne Glass.
  • The fate of the Skitter rebellion. During the Four Months that the 2nd Mass was seperated, the Espheni went on a major offense in seeking out & destroying the Skitter Rebellion. After Tom was brought onboard the Eye in the Sky, the Espheni, Scorch, revealed to Tom that the Black Hornets are Rebel Skitters that have been genetically engineered to mindless drones. Finally defeating the Skitter Rebellion.
  • Colonel Weaver's heart condition.

CastEdit

Main CastEdit

Recurring CastEdit

Co-StaringEdit

UncreditedEdit

  • Jon Johnson as Jon (Season 2-)

Behind the ScenesEdit

To Be Added

EpisodesEdit

Series
Number
Episode
Number
Title Director Writer(s) Original
Air Date
Production
Code
US Viewers
(Millions)
31 01 "Ghost in the Machine" June 22, 2014 TBC TBA
S4E1
On the outskirts of Charleston, just steps away from perceived safety, The Mason Clan and the remaining 2nd Mass suddenly find themselves under brutal attack by a new Espheni war machine and a new, deadly creation unlike anything previously encountered. Divided like chattel and spread to the winds, The Masons must each forge new relationships and abilities to survive. Treva Etienne guest-stars.
32 02 "The Eye" June 29, 2014 TBC TBA
S4E2
33 03 "Exodus" July 6,2014 TBC TBA
S4E3
34 04 "Evolve or Die" July 13, 2014 TBC TBA
S4E4
35 05 "Mind Wars" July 20, 2014 TBC TBA
S4E5
36 06 "Door Number Three" July 27, 2014 TBC TBA
S4E6
37 07 "Saturday Night Massacre" August 3, 2014 TBC TBA
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38 08 "A Thing With Feathers" August 10, 2014 TBC TBA
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39 09 "Til Death Do Us Part" August 17, 2014 TBC TBA
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40 10 "Drawing Straws" August 24, 2014 TBC TBA
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41 11 "Space Oddity" August 31, 2014 TBC TBA
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42 12 "Shoot the Moon" September 7, 2014 TBC TBA
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MarketingEdit

On May 10th, 2014 TNT released a fake promo for an Espheni-brainwashing camp known as "Camp Espheni". While the camp seems normal at first it slowly gets more clear as to what the video is about. It claims that Earth was broken under human rule. Subliminal messages for surrender appear, children happily saying they're going to turn their families in.[3] Another promo was released on May 22nd, 2014. It featured a Falling Skies side-scrolling game where the player can choose from Tom, Pope, Weaver or Maggie. Each level representing a season. The player selects Tom, the first level Tom approaches Pope and begins to tell him about a battle fought 300 years before, but Pope interrupts him saying he doesn't care and he wants to kill some fishheads. Tom and Pope continue on and kill multiple Skitters. In level 2 Tom is on a Mothership and kills several Crawlies when he is approached by Karen and an Espheni telling him to surrender or die, Tom pretends to surrender and defeats the Espheni with a Skitter electrostaff. In level 3 Tom, Weaver, and Cochise use the Volm Cannon to destroy the Mothership in Boston. Cochise volunteers himself saying Tom should think of his children. Hal, Ben, and Matt are shown cheering, but Weaver says they're soldiers now, which causes them to stop cheering. Tom, Cochise and Weaver proceed to destroy the grid and celebrate, the game ends.

TriviaEdit

  • This is the only season to have more than 10 episodes.
  • This is the first season to have more than one recurring Espheni character.

VideosEdit

Promo PostersEdit


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