‘Falling Skies’ Season 3: Jonathan Frakes rumored to direct or appear in an episode

By | Posted on 11 November 2012

Season 3 of Falling Skies is still a long way off but they continue to solidify a strong upcoming season with a new addition to the growing and broad base of actors who will be either in front of the camera or behind it. Directing or appearing in one of the final 3 episodes of Falling Skies Season 3 is rumored to be Sci Fi staple Jonathan Frakes. He tweeted out “Flying into #FallingSkies w the amazing #noah wyle” which got social media fans talking about his role in the upcoming season.

Jonathan played William Riker on Star Trek: The Next Generation and has a long history on other Science Fiction shows. Jonathan also has a history with TNT, which Falling Skies is aired on, having appeared in The Librarian movies. Jonathan has previously directed episodes of other TNT shows including Leverage, and 2 of the Librarian movies. Noah Wyle also appeared in these films.

Not much is known about season 3, as the cast, crew and network have had their lips sealed tight. So far we know of an array of new cast members which span the largest range of TV genres in the shows history including Doug Jones, Robert Sean Leonard (House), Gloria Ruben (E.R.), Terry O’Quinn, Matt Frewer and Stephen Collins as the former president of the USA. The cast is also said to be on horses this season, which lends us to believe they wont be staying Charleston for very long.

Be sure to stay glued to our site as we bring you more details about the new season as we hear them.

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