VIDEO: EPIX Releases Trailer for BERLIN STATION Season 2
EPIX has released the trailer for Season Two of BERLIN STATION. The series returns Sunday, October 15 @ 9pm. Get a first look below! Season two of "Berlin Station" opens in the thick of a New World Order that has taken root and is steadily deepening. In the wake of the Far Right tide sweeping across continental Europe, Germany finds itself on the precipice of a pivotal election.
The series stars Richard Armitage as Daniel Miller, Rhys Ifans as Hector Dejean, Richard Jenkins as Steven Frost, Leland Orser as Robert Kirsch and Michelle Forbes as Valerie Edwards. New to the cast this season are Ashley Judd (Twin Peaks, Insurgent) as the new Chief of Station, BB Yates, and Keke Palmer (Scream Queens) as young case officer April Lewis.
The series is created and executive produced by Olen Steinhauer (author: The Tourist, All The Old Knives, The Cairo Affair). Bradford Winters (Dig, The Americans, Boss, Oz) serves as executive producer and showrunner. Academy Award® winner Eric Roth (Forrest Gump, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, House of Cards), along with Steve Golin, Kerry Kohansky-Roberts, Keith Redmon and Luke Rivett from Anonymous Content (True Detective, The Knick, Mr. Robot) also executive produce. The series is produced by Paramount Television and Anonymous Content.
About EPIX: EPIX, an MGM company, is a premium pay television network, delivering the latest movie releases and biggest classic film franchises, plus original programming including series, documentaries, comedy and music specials - all available on TV, on demand, online and across devices. Launched in October 2009, EPIX became profitable in its first year of existence and was the fastest growing premium network over the past five years. A pioneer in the development and proliferation of "TV Everywhere," EPIX was the first premium network to provide multi-platform access to its content online at EPIX.com and to launch on Xbox, PlayStation®, Android phones and tablets, and Roku® players. EPIX is also available across hundreds of consumer devices including Apple TV, iPhone and iPad, TiVo, Chromecast, Android TV, delivering more movies than any other network with thousands of titles available for streaming.