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.

Graceland comes from White Collar's Jeff Eastin and stars Daniel Sunjata (Rescue Me), Aaron Tveit (Les Miserables), Vanessa Ferlito (Stand Up Guys) and Brandon Jay McLaren (Fallent). The series is based on true events and takes place at a beachfront property known as "Graceland" - due to having once served as the residency of an Elvis-loving drug lord - where a group of roommates who also happen to be undercover law enforcers from the FBI and DEA are living. Based on the premise and what we've seen of the series so far, it looks like it'll be a great fit for USA's summer line-up.

The series debuts June 6, however USA will be making it available on demand through Comcast Xfinity TV, Time Warner Cable, Charter Communications, Cox Communications, Cablevision, DirecTV, Dish, and Verizon FiOS. Viewers with one of the mentioned cable providers will be able to preview the pilot episode On Demand beginning April 29, through May 12, after which they'll have to wait until June when the premiere makes its official debut at USA. This seems like a great way to whet viewers' appetites and maybe build some buzz for the new series ahead of its official debut. Find out more about the new series at

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