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Graceland is an oasis, a beachfront property in California that was seized by the government and now houses a hodgepodge of law enforcement agents from different organizations. It’s a gorgeous home in a gorgeous location, replete with a chore wheel. However, inside its walls, there are plenty of people living on top of one another, each working different covers and keeping different secrets.
Those eager to get a look at USA's upcoming new summer series Graceland will have the opportunity to glimpse the series premiere ahead of its June 6 debut. USA announced today that they'll be making the full pilot episode of Jeff Eastin's exciting-looking drama available on most of the major cable carriers' on demand services for a limited time, starting later this month.
Some of us are still getting over the news that USA has cancelled two of their series. While many will likely miss Fairly Legal and Common Law, there are new things on the horizon for USA, including Jeff Eastin's new series Graceland, which has officially begun production this week.
The Matt Bomer-starring White Collar is headed into its fourth season later this month at USA, and now it looks like the cable network is prepared to move forward with another Jeff Eastin creation. And it just so happens that this one also has something to do with law enforcement. In fact, it has a lot to do with law enforcement.
If you’re looking for the cast of Rescue Me, you might want to check USA. Callie Thorne (Sheila) plays the starring role in the cable channel’s Necessary Roughness, meanwhile Jack McGee (Chief Reilly) can be seen in the network’s upcoming cop series Common Law, and Steven Pasquale (Sean) has a starring role in USA’s drama pilot Over/Under. Now it looks like Daniel Sunjata, who played Franco in Rescue Me could be headed to USA, assuming things go well for Jeff Eastin’s pilot.
Among the interesting sounding projects on the horizon is Jeff Eastin’s project for USA. Penned by White Collar‘s Eastin, the yet-to-be-titled hour-long drama will follow a mash-up of law enforcers living together in the same house. While the jury’s still out on the title, there is a bit of casting news for the pilot.
It looks like Jeff Eastin will be doing more business with the USA network. The White Collar creator has another pilot in the works. The drama project was given an order by the USA network, which puts the pilot among some of the other dramas USA has in the works, including Over/Under and Wild Card.