Jeff Eastin, the executive producer of USA Network’s show, White Collar, has been working on a new drama series entitled Graceland. The network has announced that it will be offering the pilot of this new series for free on Video on Demand (VOD) from April 29 to May 12 before the television premiere set for June 6.
In a recent statement, USA’s marketing executive, Alexandra Shapiro, said: “With the latest research showing a 40 percent increase in time spent watching TV via VOD, this preview is a key part of our marketing strategy for Graceland. This is a buzzworthy show that should generate a lot of fan excitement among early adopters, who can become advocates for our newest franchise.”
According to an article on The Wrap, this exclusive preview will be available on Comcast Xfinity TV, Time Warner Cable, Charter Communications, Cox Communications, Cablevision, DirecTV, Dish, and Verizon FiOS cable networks.
Graceland follows several undercover officers who all work for different federal agencies and are living together in a Malibu household. The cast of the show includes Daniel Sunjata (Grey’s Anatomy, Smash), Aaron Tveit (Les Miserables), and Brandon Jay McLaren (The Killing).
What do you think of this news? Do you think the network is making the right choice premiering the show early like this? Would you be interested in watching this show? What do you think of the cast?
Source: The Wrap