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I’m unable to embed the video but you can view it here.

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Freezing rain and slushy sidewalks didn’t put much of a dent in the turnout on Tuesday for Netflix’s New York premiere of its latest drama series launch, “Bloodline.”

The SVA Theater was packed for the screening of the first two episodes of the intense family drama from Sony Pictures TV and the scribe trio behind “Damages,” Todd A. Kessler, Glenn Kessler and Daniel Zelman.

Cindy Holland, Netflix’s VP of original content, was only exaggerating a little when she enthused that the show boasts “probably the best cast assembled in television history.”

Kyle Chandler, Ben Mendelsohn, Linda Cardellini and Norbert Leo Butz have instant chemistry in their roles as the offspring of a respected couple who run a hotel in the Florida Keys. Sissy Spacek and Sam Shepard also impress as the elders of the clan that, of course, is battling skeletons in their closets larger than the gators in the swamps.

There were lots of hugs and “how are yous” exchanged among the cast members on Tuesday night, but most of the chatter seemed to concentrate on scouting out the driest possible route from the theater to the after-party venue, Top of the Standard in the High Line park. The screening drew a big turnout among Sony Pictures TV execs, including presidents of programming and production Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht, Suzanne Patmore Gibbs, Dawn Steinberg and Kim Rozenfeld.

Netflix lifts the curtain on all 13 episodes of “Bloodline” on March 20.

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posted by • February 14th, 2015 • Comments Off

The first trailer for the show has been released!

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Here is the poster for the show.

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Bloodline will premiere on March 20th!

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Bloodline is no Damages.

The trio of producers behind the long-running FX series took the stage Wednesday at the Television Critics Association semiannual press tour to field questions about their upcoming Netflix drama. Among the messages that Todd A. KesslerDaniel Zelman, and Glenn Kessler looked to communicate during their time in front of the press was that their new series, a family drama meets psychological thriller, is nothing like their previous one. “It doesn’t operate the same way,” said Zelman — and they didn’t intend for it to: “We wanted it to feel like a new challenge to us.”

Bloodline, which will bow March 20, features an impressive cast that includes Kyle Chandler, Linda Cardellini and Sissy Spacek, among others. The drama’s central theme? Evolving family roles — one that the creators feel is universal enough that everyone will be able to relate. The Rayburn family at the series’ core may seem like a normal, hard-working American family, owners of a successful hotel in the Florida Keys, but trouble arises when their black-sheep son, Danny (Ben Mendelsohn), returns home for his parents’ 45th anniversary. “It’s a meaty role to play,” Mendelsohn said from the stage, acknowledging of his character: “He’s their dynamite.”

The creators emphasized the flexibility and freedom that they’ve experienced at the streaming service. “We had 13 hours that we knew we were going to be able to tell the story with,” said Todd A. Kessler of the full-series order, adding: “That people can binge watch from one to another opened up a whole new level of nuance to us.”

Among those new challenges: the Florida Keys location, which they pushed for despite the locale’s relative lack of experience with professional production. “We’re chasing light a lot,” joked Norbert Leo Butz, who plays hothead brother Kevin, with Glenn Kessler noting: “We wanted a family to be known in their community without being a wealthy dynasty. The island nature down there is that it’s a very small world.” Even more, the paradise-like setting contrasts with the show’s dark tone.

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posted by • January 7th, 2015 • Comments Off

(This is only the part involving the show, article can be read in full at the source link.  As well as a first glimpse at Kyle!)

Bloodline, a family drama/thriller set in the Florida Keys, stars Kyle Chandler, Sam Shepard and Sissy Spacek, and concerns the effect of a black-sheep son’s return. It explores “what happens when a family turns on itself,” says co-creator Glenn Kessler. As a producer, “When you have to wait a week to see the next episode, it can be challenging to know what you had to re-explain,” he says. “The freedom of the Netflix model is that people are primed to watch dense storytelling.”

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