Berlin Station and Graves Both Renewed for Season 2 by Epix

Dave Nemetz
TVLine.com

Epix’s first two scripted series are both getting a Season 2.

Berlin Station and Graves have both been renewed for a second season, Epix announced on Thursday. Spy thriller Berlin Station stars Hannibal alum Richard Armitage as a CIA operative stationed in Berlin who’s trying to find the source of a damaging leak; Graves is a half-hour political dramedy starring Nick Nolte as a former U.S. President attempting to salvage his legacy decades after leaving the White House.

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Both series premiered last month on Epix, a pay-cable network that launched in 2009 and is now in more than 50 million homes. Production on Season 2 for both is set to begin in spring 2017. Also in the works at Epix: a TV remake of the 1995 film Get Shorty, with Ray Romano and Bridesmaids‘ Chris O’Dowd set to star.

“We’re incredibly proud of the work our creators, executive producers, cast and crew did on the first seasons of Berlin Station and Graves,” Epix president and CEO Mark S. Greenberg said in a statement. “These ambitious series represent the level of prestigious, cinematic and authentic storytelling we are committed to offering our subscribers.”

Eager to see what’s next for Berlin Station and Graves? Hit the comments and let us know what you think of Season 1 so far.

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