WGN’s intense original drama, Outsiders, will return for season two on Tuesday, January 24, 2017. In season two, the struggle between the clan and the town escalates – as seen in the new trailer, released in time for New York Comic-Con 2016.
WGN America’s Outsiders – the story of the Farrell clan that has lived on the mountain for over 200 years and is facing eviction from the town below – has had its premiere date set: Tuesday, January 26, 2016 (9/8C).
The network has also released an extended, powerful trailer for the series. Check it our following the jump.
WGN America’s new series, Outsiders, began production today in and around Pittsburgh, PA.
The series, about an Appalachian clan struggling to maintain their world and way of live, was created and written by award-winning playwright Peter Mattei – who will executive produce along with Peter Tolan (Rescue Me) and Paul Giamatti.
The Outsiders cast includes: David Morse (Treme, Hurt Locker), Joe Anderson (Across The Universe), Phyllis Somerville (The Big C) and Gillian Alexy (The Americans, Damages).
Horns is based on the novel by Joe Hill. It stars Daniel Radcliffe as Ig Perrish, broken-hearted young man who is believed by everyone in town to have raped and murdered his girlfriend, Merrin Williams. Things get weird when he awakens after a night of serious drinking with horns beginning to grow out of his forehead.
Written by Keith Bunin (In Treatment) and directed by Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes), Horns is a deeply disturbed, bleakly funny and frequently scary little film that gives Radcliffe another quality role.
From the tagline on the Toronto International Film Festival website:
A hothead cop (David Morse) learns a young man (Cory Monteith, in one of his final film roles) he helped put away seven years ago is back out on the streets — and carries with him an uncomfortable secret. This tough, tension-riddled action-drama is a showcase for Morse’s intensity and Monteith’s charisma.
an American distributor has yet to be named.Check out the powerful trailer after the jump.