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EX­PECT the bod­ies to pile up in Un­der The Dome, as the fi­nal two episodes of sea­son two play out.

At a re­cent Comic Con event, show-run­ner Neal Baer said the body count had been kept low early in se­ries two, so they could “rev it up” to­wards the end.

But as noth­ing is what it seems un­der the dome, be­ing dead might not mean you dis­ap­pear from the show.

“When you’re dead, you’re dead, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be an avatar at some point and come back,” Baer said.

Mean­while, Rachelle Le­fevre (be­low) says she’s OK with it if her character Ju­lia is to be in the fir­ing line – as long as she goes out with a bang.

“I don’t want (Ju­lia) to die … but I’m so ready to be a mar­tyr for the show. I just want it to be re­ally un­con­ven­tional and weird,” she told a Bri­tish web­site. “If it’s my turn, I would like to go in some spec­tac­u­larly sci-fi fash­ion, like … giv­ing birth to a flock of Monarch but­ter­flies.”

De­spite or­di­nary rat­ings in Aus­tralia and a slow­down in the US, pro­duc­ers are keen for three to five se­ries.

“We have a lot of sto­ries left to tell and we can tell them in cool ways,” Baer said.

UN­DER THE DOME TUES­DAY, 9.30PM, TEN ByDeb­bie Schipp

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