Mumbai: Taking the Fresh From The U.S. proposition forward, AXN India will soon premiere two brand new shows ‘BrainDead’ and ‘American Gothic’, close to its international launch. The shows slated for a summer release recently launched their teasers.
‘BrainDead’- an upcoming comic-thriller set in the world of Washington, D.C. politics, comes from the critically acclaimed creators Robert and Michelle King. The show follows Laurel, the daughter of a Democratic political dynasty who left Washington, D.C. to become a documentary filmmaker, but is pulled back into the family business when her brother, the senate majority whip, needs her help running his senate office. The series that unveils the hypocrisy of politics and politicians stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Tony Shalhoub in the lead.
‘American Gothic’ – a co-production of CBS Television Studios and Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television. The show centers on a prominent Boston family, attempting to redefine itself in the wake of a chilling discovery, that links their recently deceased patriarch to a string of murders spanning decades. Witness the Spine Chilling, Murder Mystery and Family Drama, with a probable suspect one amongst them, threatening to tear the family apart. Get Mind Rushed with American Gothic exclusively on AXN! The series stars Justin Chatwin, Megan Ketch and Antony Starr.
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