Check Out the Crazy on Camera Antics With The Cast of Colony As They Discuss Season Two | Colony
Oct 04, 2016 09:56 AM EST
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The cast of Colony recently had a chance to talk to FlickDirect about the second season of their show. They also humored us with some on camera antics giving us a glimpse of how life is on the set of this USA Networks show.
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