EPIX Renews ‘Berlin Station’ and ‘Graves’ For Second Seasons
Premium network EPIX announced Thursday the second-season renewals of its first two original scripted series, one-hour spy drama Berlin Station and half hour dramedy Graves. Both series received a 10-episode order for their sophomore years.
Berlin Station follows a group of CIA operatives working in Germany as they try to uncover a mysterious whistleblower and navigate a slew of secrets they all seem to be holding. The series, created by executive producer Olen Steinhauer, stars Richard Armitage (pictured above), Michelle Forbes, Rhys Ifans, Leland Orser, Tamlyn Tomita and Richard Jenkins.
Nick Nolte headlines Graves, which looks at the life of former President Richard Graves as he tries to right the wrongs he did while holding the office of Commander In Chief. Created by Joshua Michael Stern, the series also stars Sela Ward, Chris Lowell, Heléne Yorke, Skylar Astin, Callie Hernandez and Ernie Hudson.
“We’re incredibly proud of the work our creators, executive producers, cast and crew did on the first seasons of Berlin Station and Graves. These ambitious series represent the level of prestigious, cinematic and authentic storytelling we are committed to offering our subscribers,” said EPIX president and CEO Mark S. Greenberg. “Both series are particularly timely and relevant and quickly found their place in the competitive TV landscape. We couldn’t be more excited to continue to tell these unique and compelling stories.”
Besides starting production this spring on Berlin Station’s and Graves‘s second season, EPIX will also begin filming its third original series, Get Shorty, starring Ray Romano and Chris O’Dowd.
Berlin Station, Sundays, 9/8c, EPIX
Graves, Sundays 10/9c, EPIX