Colony Season 2 Episode 11 Live Online
Colony Season 2 Episode 11 Live Online,Colony is an American science-fiction drama television series created by Carlton Cuse and Ryan J. Condal, starring Josh Holloway and Sarah Wayne Callies.
Colony Season 2 Episode 11 Live Online,A 10-episode first season premiered with an online preview release of the first episode on USA Network’s website on December 15, 2015, following the launch of a game-like website to promote the show.
Colony Season 2 Episode 11 Live Online,The series had its broadcast premiere on USA Network on January 14, 2016.On February 4, 2016, Colony was renewed for a second season by USA Network which premiered on January 12, 2017.
Colony Season 2 Episode 11 Live Online,In a dystopian near-future Los Angeles, a couple, Katie (Callies) and Will (Holloway) Bowman live with two of their three children under a regime of military occupation by an organization known as the Colony Transitional Authority. They are part of a larger invading force of extraterrestrial origin who are referred to as the “Hosts”, and as the “Raps”, apparently a reference to raptors (the logo of the human collaborating forces features a stylized bird of prey). It is said of them that “no one ever sees them”. The Hosts have built an enormous wall, around 20–30 stories tall, several meters thick, and many miles in length, which surrounds the central part of Los Angeles, where the series is set. Other similar walls have been constructed around other major cities (now called “Blocs”), while various buildings still display severe damage from the armed conflict during the invasion, known as the “Arrival”. The geographical extent of the alien invasion is unclear, but it is presumably worldwide. The occupying forces shown to the viewers are all human, and enforce their occupation via black-and-red-uniformed militarized police with automatic firearms and armored personnel carriers, nicknamed the “Redhats” by characters in the series. These Redhats, along with a privileged class of elites, the “Proxies”, were all drawn by the Hosts from the local population, and are thus denigrated by some of those they control as “Collaborators”. It is unclear how the Redhats were initially organized or equipped.