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We’re In This Deep Trailer: Mayans M.C.!

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The first look at next chapter of Kurt Sutter’s Sons of Anarchy saga is here – check out the trailer for Mayans M.C. below.

Mayans M.C. premieres on FX on September 4th (10/9C).

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First Look: AMC’s Into The Badlands.

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AMC is building a unique identity among TV networks: it has no identifiable house style, but instead has focused on niche audiences that aren’t being served on network or (most) cable stations. Hence shows like Mad Men, Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul and so on.

Their newest series, Into The Badlands is a martial arts series tweaked for the present day – a modern retelling of Journey to the West. Follow the jump for a look at the first official teaser.

The Badlands is set to premiere this fall.

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The Lazarus Effect: What Could Possibly Go Wrong!

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There have been a lot of horror movies that were set in medicine. Few have achieved the kind of off-kilter weirdness of The Lazarus Effect wherein a group of research scientists who, while trying to find a way to enable first responders to bring a person back from the brink after a more extended period of time, stumble onto a substance which, when combined with electric pulses, actually bring a dead being back to life.

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