Epix announced the premiere dates for several of its original programs Saturday at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour.
Season 3 of dark comedy Get Shorty will premiere on October 6. Slow Burn, a six-episode docuseries based on the popular Slate podcast by the same name, will premiere on November 24. Alive, about the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan premieres on November 9, and Laurel Canyon is set to air in December. Additional details are below.
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GET SHORTY, SEASON 3
Premieres Sunday, October 6 at 10PM
The dark comedy from MGM Television, based in part on the 1990’s bestselling Elmore Leonard
novel of the same name and created for television by Davey Holmes (Shameless), will return
this fall with seven all-new episodes. Season three will see Miles Daly, newly released from
prison, in a cat and mouse game with studio head Laurence Budd, while Amara and Rick flee to
the Guatemalan jungle to escape the FBI.
Premieres Sunday, November 24 at 10PM
Slow Burn is a six-episode docuseries based on the hit Slate podcast of the same name. From
Nixon and Watergate to Clinton’s impeachment, host Leon Neyfakh excavates the strange
subplots and forgotten characters involved in the downfall of a president—flashing back to
politically tumultuous times not so far removed from today. Slow Burn, winner of Best Podcast
at the first iHeartRadio Podcast Awards, is produced by Slate. The docuseries will be produced
in partnership between Left/Right, a Red Arrow Studios company, and Slate.
Premieres Monday, November 9 at 9PM
At the height of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, an unprecedented number of injured
American soldiers began returning home and looking for ways to cope with their new realities.
Alive follows the journeys of a number of veterans who turn to adaptive athletics to help them
heal both physically and emotionally from their battle wounds.
Alive is directed by Stephanie Soechtig and produced by Kristin Lazure and Stephanie Soechitg
for Atlas Films.
Airs Monday, December 16 at 9PM and
Monday, December 23 at 9PM
Laurel Canyon is a feature-length, two-part documentary that pulls back the curtain on a
mythical world and provides an up-close look at the lives of the musicians who inhabited it.
Through a wealth of rare and newly unearthed footage and audio recordings, the documentary
features an intimate portrait of the artists who created a musical revolution that changed
popular culture. Uniquely immersive and experiential, this four-hour event takes us back in
time to a place where a rustic canyon in the heart of Los Angeles became a musical petri dish.
Directed by Alison Ellwood (History of the Eagles), the documentary celebrates the music of
Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne, Linda Ronstadt, The Eagles, The Mamas and The Papas, Carole
King, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, James Taylor, The Doors, Frank Zappa and more.
Laurel Canyon is executive produced by Frank Marshall, The Kennedy/Marshall Company;
Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey, Amblin Television; Craig Kallman and Mark Pinkus, Warner Music
Group; Alex Gibney, Stacey Offman and Richard Perello, Jigsaw Productions; and Jeff
Pollack. The film is produced by Ryan Suffern, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, and Erin
Edeiken, Jigsaw Productions.