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‘Animal Kingdom’: A Family Sit-Down Gets Stressful in Exclusive Video

12 July 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

TNT’s “Animal Kingdom” has made its much anticipated debut, and one thing is for sure: The dubiously incestuous family drama certainly is entertaining. Starring Ellen Barkin and Scott Speedman, the series follows the exploits of a Southern California crime family as they take smash-and-grab jobs further and further. In an exclusive clip from tonight’s episode, the family sits down to discuss — and argue about — their latest venture.

Read More: ‘Animal Kingdom’: Ellen Barkin Gets Incestuous in TNT’s New

According to the official episode description, “When Pope (Shawn Hatosy) tests positive for drugs, Smurf (Ellen Barkin) does what it takes to keep the family intact. Baz (Scott Speedman) gets his brothers to rob a house as part of his larger plan. J (Finn Cole) discovers the plan and faces a moral dilemma.”

While it’s no “Game of Thrones,” (at least not yet), the show’s incestuous »

- Kate Halliwell

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‘Animal Kingdom’: A Family Sit-Down Gets Stressful in Exclusive Video

12 July 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

TNT’s “Animal Kingdom” has made its much anticipated debut, and one thing is for sure: The dubiously incestuous family drama certainly is entertaining. Starring Ellen Barkin and Scott Speedman, the series follows the exploits of a Southern California crime family as they take smash-and-grab jobs further and further. In an exclusive clip from tonight’s episode, the family sits down to discuss — and argue about — their latest venture.

Read More: ‘Animal Kingdom’: Ellen Barkin Gets Incestuous in TNT’s New

According to the official episode description, “When Pope (Shawn Hatosy) tests positive for drugs, Smurf (Ellen Barkin) does what it takes to keep the family intact. Baz (Scott Speedman) gets his brothers to rob a house as part of his larger plan. J (Finn Cole) discovers the plan and faces a moral dilemma.”

While it’s no “Game of Thrones,” (at least not yet), the show’s incestuous »

- Kate Halliwell

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‘Angie Tribeca’ & ‘Animal Kingdom’ Score New Seasons At TBS & TNT

6 July 2016 2:42 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

TBS’s “Angie Tribeca” and “Wrecked” and TNT’s new drama “Animal Kingdom” have just been renewed for new seasons. All three shows received early 10-episode renewals for 2017.

The Rashida Jones-starring comedy follows a group of Lapd detectives who handle the “most serious cases.” The series is currently finishing up its second season and will go on for a third. Upon hearing the news, the official “Angie Tribeca” Twitter page posted a celebratory tweet.

And you’re gonna have to find a good couch. See you Season 3 (& the rest of Season 2. Don't forget we're still on.) pic.twitter.com/tSMWYX7aBm

Angie Tribeca (@AngieTribecaTBS) July 6, 2016

Read More: Rashida Jones Takes on ‘Baywatch’ in Exclusive ‘Angie Tribeca’ Video

Rookie series “Wrecked” stars Jessica Lowe, Ginger Gonzaga and Ally Maki and revolves around a diverse group of plane crasher survivors. The first season made its debut last month and has reached »

- Liz Calvario

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‘Angie Tribeca’ & ‘Animal Kingdom’ Score New Seasons At TBS & TNT

6 July 2016 2:42 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

TBS’s “Angie Tribeca” and “Wrecked” and TNT’s new drama “Animal Kingdom” have just been renewed for new seasons. All three shows received early 10-episode renewals for 2017.

The Rashida Jones-starring comedy follows a group of Lapd detectives who handle the “most serious cases.” The series is currently finishing up its second season and will go on for a third. Upon hearing the news, the official “Angie Tribeca” Twitter page posted a celebratory tweet.

And you’re gonna have to find a good couch. See you Season 3 (& the rest of Season 2. Don't forget we're still on.) pic.twitter.com/tSMWYX7aBm

Angie Tribeca (@AngieTribecaTBS) July 6, 2016

Read More: Rashida Jones Takes on ‘Baywatch’ in Exclusive ‘Angie Tribeca’ Video

Rookie series “Wrecked” stars Jessica Lowe, Ginger Gonzaga and Ally Maki and revolves around a diverse group of plane crasher survivors. The first season made its debut last month and has reached »

- Liz Calvario

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Animal Kingdom, Wrecked and Angie Tribeca Renewed by TNT and TBS

6 July 2016 2:02 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Turner Network media brands TBS and TNT have renewed three original series currently airing on the networks: the critically acclaimed TNT drama Animal Kingdom, the new TBS series Wrecked and the hit TBS comedy Angie Tribeca.

Wrecked ranks among cable's Top 25 scripted series for the year-to-date and is the #1 new cable comedy among adults 18-49.

Angie Tribeca's second season premiere delivered cable's largest increase of adults 18-49 (+41%) for a returning comedy this year.

Animal Kingdom is pulling in a young audience profile and has been on an upward trajectory since its premiere.

Today's renewals mark the latest steps in the ongoing evolution of the networks under TBS and TNT President Kevin Reilly, who has set out to energize both brands and draw in younger audiences.

Since rebranding in January, TBS has premiered and renewed four new comedies: Angie Tribeca, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, The Detour and Wrecked. All »

- Carissa Pavlica

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TNT and TBS Just Renewed 3 of Our Favorite Shows

6 July 2016 1:03 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Don't you just love a whole bunch of good news at once?  TNT and TBS basically showered us with joy Wednesday afternoon by renewing not one, not two, but three of our favorite new shows all at once.  First, Scott Speedman will return to us, with or without his shirt, as one of the criminal sons of Ellen Barkin in Animal Kingdom. The drama, inspired by the 2010 movie of the same name, is currently reaching an average of 6.7 million viewers in the middle of its first season, and will be back for a 10 episode second season in early 2017 on TNT.  Second, the hilarious detective show spoof Angie Tribeca isn't going anywhere either! TBS has renewed the comedy, which was created by »

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TNT’s ‘Animal Kingdom,’ TBS Comedies ‘Angie Tribeca’ and ‘Wrecked’ Renewed

6 July 2016 12:36 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Turner networks TNT and TBS have handed out three series renewals, it was announced Wednesday.

TNT’s freshman drama “Animal Kingdom,” TBS’ new comedy “Wrecked” and sophomore laffer “Angie Tribeca” have all been renewed for new seasons.

Since rebranding in January, TBS has premiered and renewed four new comedies: “Angie Tribeca,” “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee,” “The Detour” and “Wrecked.” All four rank among the year’s Top 10 new cable comedies among adults 18-49, with “Wrecked” and “The Detour” topping the chart.

“A year ago we began reinventing TBS, and thanks to the incredible talent behind these shows, we’ve come a long way in a very short amount of time,” said Brett Weitz, executive vice president of original programming for TBS. “Pulling the trigger on renewals early allows us to build on our success by giving fans new seasons more quickly.”

“‘Animal Kingdom’ has signaled the new tone for TNT dramas and is moving the network »

- Laura Prudom

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Kate Beckinsale's Underworld: Blood Wars Gets Pushed To 2017

1 July 2016 4:57 AM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Variety has learned that Screen Gems & Lakeshore Entertainment have decided to shift their upcoming horror sequel Underworld: Blood Wars from its October 2016 release date to January 6, 2017. The film was previously slated to release October 14 of this year, but considering how crowded October already is with the releases of The Girl On The Train (October 7), The Accountant (October 14), Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (October 21), & Inferno (October 28) taking up the four big weekends, it's not all that surprising the Anna Foerster-directed sequel decided to move to a month where the franchise has historically performed quite well. It will now open the same day as the Tom Cruise-starrer Mena and Amityville: The Awakening. Kate Beckinsale (Love & Friendship) will reprise her role as the Vampire Death Dealer Selene and Theo James (Divergent) will return as David. They'll be joined by Trent Garrett (All My Children), who is taking over the role of Michael Corvin from Scott Speedman, »

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Animal Kingdom: Season One Ratings

29 June 2016 6:50 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

TNT continues to move towards gritty programming as evidenced by their new Animal Kingdom drama series. Previous attempts haven't worked out very well in the ratings so it remains to be seen if this one will be different. Cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned.Animal Kingdom revolves around a 17-year-old named "J" (Finn Cole) who moves in with his deceased mother’s family -- a Southern California clan of criminals. Heading up the family is J's unpredictable and manipulative grandmother, Janine "Smurf" Cody (Ellen Barkin). The rest of the cast includes Scott Speedman, Shawn Hatosy, Ben Robson, Jake Weary, Daniella Alonso, and Molly Gordon.Read More… »

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40 Sexy Photos of Scott Speedman That Make the World a Better Place

29 June 2016 10:25 AM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

In a world of constant uncertainty, one thing we know for sure is that Scott Speedman is a gorgeous, gorgeous man. The 40-year-old actor first caused us to doodle his name in our school notebooks in 1998 when he landed the role of Ben Covington on Felicity. Since then, he's starred in hits like Underworld, The Strangers, and The Vow. Currently, he stars opposite Ellen Barkin on TNT's Animal Kingdom. But aside from his long career, Scott has kept our attention over the years with his unfairly handsome smile, his ever-changing hair, and his adorable personality (did you know he placed ninth at the 1992 Olympic trials as part of the Canadian Junior National Swim Team?). Keep reading for more photos of Scott that will make you want to send his mother a basket of muffins (seriously, thank you, Mary Campbell). »

- Caitlin Hacker

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Animal Kingdom Premiere Recap: Did You Find TNT's Crime Drama Arresting?

14 June 2016 8:00 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

In the premiere of TNT’s Animal Kingdom, impressionable young J Cody was always being given things by his thieving uncles. Money. Jewelry. The false impression that breakfast is clothing-optional and petty disagreements are best settled with firearms. So the question became, would the teenager be seduced by his family’s flashy criminal lifestyle? For that matter, would we be seduced by the series? I wasn’t. How about you? Read on, and after we go over the major developments in the series’ opener, you can grade it and weigh in with your review in the comments sections.

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TV Review: ‘Animal Kingdom’

13 June 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

It makes a certain kind of sense that the crime drama “Animal Kingdom,” based on a 2010 Australian film of the same name, ends up being as deceptive as the family at its heart. At first, the TNT show looks as though it may be a promising showcase for Ellen Barkin, who stars as the matriarch of a beach-side clan that lives well thanks to its penchant for cleverly executed heists.,

But in the course of the drama’s first three episodes, it becomes more and more apparent that, despite its characters’ shady pasts and dicey decisions, the show is, on the whole, fairly predictable and even conventional. Its characters never really do anything all that surprising: It’s no shock that a family united by heists would end up breaking all sorts of other laws, and any time anyone on screen utters the sentence, “There are no secrets in this family,” that’s the cue for a scene or two of duplicitous behavior. 

Though the cast is packed with solid actors clearly eager to play morally shady thieves, the characters are not written with the kind of depth and texture that would make the Cody family’s crime sprees, troubled relationships, and simmering arguments worth following. Time and again, characters take “shocking” actions that are meant to signal that the show is willing to go to dark places, but there’s so little context and history behind those moments that it’s difficult to care about what occurs or about the ramifications of those acts.

It’s a tribute to Barkin that she almost makes Janine “Smurf” Cody work as a character. Smurf is the manipulative matriarch who controls the purse strings of the Cody gang, and, as “Animal Kingdom” begins, her four sons are feeling restive about the fact that they’re being kept on short leashes, emotionally and financially. She’s constantly preparing meals and snacks for her boys, but she keeps them deprived in other ways, and there’s a slightly incestuous vibe to how she interacts with the young men in her orbit, whether or not they’re tied to her by blood. There’s a calculated strategy behind the way she disciplines her boys by either withholding her attention or lavishing them with her creepy love, and Barkin is charismatic enough to inject those scenes with layers of shading and ambiguity.

The actress gives the character a queenly walk and a tough, steely vibe, but, despite her formidable abilities, Smurf never quite becomes the love-to-hate-her character she could be, in part because some of the worst things she does make it easy to write her off as a garden-variety sociopath. The viewer doesn’t need to like Smurf for the show to work, but the character’s more odious actions are not counterbalanced by the kind of shading that would make her power plays worth watching over the long term.

Scott Speedman acquits himself well as Barry “Baz” Blackwell, an adopted son who tries to keep the family peace, which is no easy task, but Baz is saddled with two underdeveloped romantic relationships, both of which lack depth and nuance. Shawn Hatosy is impressive as Andrew “Pope” Cody, whose unsettling intensity hints at much deeper psychological problems, but Pope’s character doesn’t really go anywhere: In almost every scene he’s in, he’s odd, angry, or resentful, and that’s about it.

In any case, the focus in the early episodes is on Joshua “J” Cody (Finn Cole), Smurf’s grandson, who has been estranged from the family but is reunited with the clan early in the pilot. Cole is a likable enough actor (and unlike some other non-American members of the cast, his Southern California accent sounds legit), but ultimately the character proves to be a somewhat bland and underwhelming entry point into the Codys’ world.

The Codys may be bold risk-takers, but the territory this show explores — aggression, rule-breaking, and criminal conspiracies within a dysfunctional family— has been thoroughly mined by decades of films and TV shows. Like the recent cable dramas “Vinyl” and “Feed the Beast,” this TNT series just doesn’t have many unique or fresh things to say about crime, unconventional clans, and the limits of traditionally defined masculinity.

Animal Kingdom” wants to jolt the viewer with bursts of intense energy, but in the end, it feels like a relic from cable TV’s semi-recent past. It’s certainly more challenging than TNT’s last few batches of procedurals, but it’s unlikely to be a game-changer.

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- Maureen Ryan

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‘Animal Kingdom’: Ellen Barkin Gets Incestuous in TNT’s New Drama

13 June 2016 6:30 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Late in the second episode of TNT’s new drama “Animal Kingdom,” Ellen Barkin, who plays the family matriarch nicknamed “Smurf,” stares at out the window at her naked son, standing next to a swimming pool with his exposed butt shimmering in the moonlight.

Inappropriate? Absolutely. Executive producer Jonathan Lisco likes to use the term “emotional incest” to describe the mother/son dynamic at the heart of “Animal Kingdom,” which premieres Tuesday night on TNT.

Based on the 2010 Australian film that was written and directed by David Michôd, Lisco and fellow executive producer John Wells have focused on Barkin’s provocative character and the unhealthy hold she wields over her four dangerous sons.

Read More: Watch: It’s All About Family In New Trailer For TNT’s ‘Animal Kingdom’ TV Series

“You can imagine that she showered with one of these kids until he was 9 or 10 or 11,” Lisco told IndieWire. “She’s raised these guys with love, but also with some disturbingly leaky boundaries. She’s now infantilized these boys, even into adulthood, to the point where her house is still the honey pot. They are repelled by her affection, at the same time that they perversely crave it.”

Lisco said the Cody clan’s dysfunctional dynamic is what drew him to the series. “They would love to tell Smurf to go jump in a lake, but at the same time, they’ve been raised in such a way where her approval and her affection is so important to their identity that they’re having a hard to extricating themselves from the gravity of the hold that she has over them.”

Scott Speedman, Shawn Hatosy, Ben Robson and Jake Weary play Barkin’s boys, hard-bodied criminals who also harbor an “addicting” and “conflicted” brotherhood. “We’re going to try and force the audience’s expectations about who’s good, who’s stable, and who’s actually the most moral in the show,” Lisco said. “We’re not apologizing at all for our characters. I’m not saying to lean forward and ever necessarily feel sorry for them, but if you do find yourself relating to them, I think that will be a great success, because you’ll catch yourself and you’ll have to remind yourself that this is indeed a family of thieves.”

Read More: ‘Animal Kingdom’ Review Roundup

The audience’s entry point is through teenager “J” (Finn Cole), who moves in with the Cody family after his mother – Smurf’s estranged daughter – dies of an overdose. But even “J” may not be who he seems. “He’s actually not purely innocent,” Lisco said. “Don’t forget, he is the son of an ex-communicated member of this family, so this is in his blood. We want to see how he evolves morally and whether or not he’s going to take things into his own hands.”

Like many film adaptations, Lisco said he wanted to take the original DNA of “Animal Kingdom” and expand it: “Anyone who’s seen David Michôd’s memorable film knows that it’s not just about a family of bank robbers who pull jobs and run from the cops… [We’re not] trying to sensationalize or try to do any ‘TV-fied’ version of the movie.”

Also, Lisco added that the TV show “can’t really follow the plot of the feature film because, spoiler alert: our cast will be pretty decimated way too soon if you follow the plot line of the movie. What we’re going to do is, we hope, go brick by brick and look at character in a much more.”

Lisco and his writing team have already mapped out “Animal Kingdom’s” character paths for Season 1 and the first half of Season 2. “And even some bigger notions for where we land in season 3,” he added.

Now set in Oceanside, Calif., north of San Diego, “Animal Kingdom’s” plot will include elements of the law enforcement and the threat of the Cody family’s capture. But the show’s initial 10-episode first season is really about the family – and, specifically, Smurf’s origins story.

“We have a whole backstory for her in which she was living in a car with her mother when she was young, and she saw her mom essentially not need men,” Lisco said. “The mother raised Smurf with the sense that men were gullible idiots, and so when she started to mature, she decided to use her sexuality in ways that would control her own life. And what better way to do that than to supplant the men in her life in some ways with people that she could forge out of her own loins and kick the fathers to the curb?”

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- Michael Schneider

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'Animal Kingdom': Everything You Need to Know

10 June 2016 10:04 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

The family that slays together stays together" — it's a phrase might as well be inscribed in Latin on the Cody clan's crest. Three generations of burglars and thieves come together under one roof on TNT's rough-hewn new drama Animal Kingdom (an Americanized adaptation of the 2010 Australian crime thriller) and precious little is off-limits: the kids blow lines of coke in front of their elders, the oldest son delivers an extended angry tirade to his relatives while hanging dong, and if someone gets bumped off during a messy jewel heist, you »

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‘Animal Kingdom’ Creator Talks Taking Inspiration From Film, but Crafting a Different World

9 June 2016 12:54 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

TNT’s re-imagining of the 2010 Australian film “Animal Kingdom” premiered Wednesday at the Rose Room in Venice Beach, bringing out cast members Ellen Barkin, Ben Robson, Scott Speedman, Jake Weary, Finn Cole, Shawn Hatosy, Daniella Alonso, Molly Gordon and executive producer John Wells.

While “Animal Kingdom” takes inspiration from the movie, the creators wanted to craft a different world for the series. One key change was moving the setting from Melbourne to the beach town of Oceanside.

“We thought it was interesting — the whole idea of being in these kind of working class communities that are close to wealthy communities and there’s a certain amount of class resentment in a sense of Robin Hood like these people deserve to be robbed from because they moved into where we were and made it hard for us to live here,” said Wells.

“Oceanside is an excellent representation of that where it »

- Lamarco McClendon

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Animal Kingdom Review: Crime Pays for TNT's New Drama… Just Not Well

8 June 2016 6:32 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

If first impressions last, Animal Kingdom is in trouble.

Based on a 2010 Australian movie, the now-SoCal-set TNT drama is well-acted, and the pilot (June 14, 9/8c), sharply directed by co-executive producer John Wells (The West Wing). But the moment it introduces the Codys — a family of outlaws headed by Ellen Barkin as a toughie nicknamed (no kidding) Smurf — they work overtime to make it clear that they’re not just badass, they’re bad, period. Middle son Craig (Ben Robson) and kid brother Deran (Jake Weary, A Deadly Adoption) are a–holes on the highway. They’re a–holes in the ocean. »

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Scott Speedman Was Told to Put His Shirt on for Animal Kingdom, Which Is Just Absurd

7 June 2016 8:08 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Hide the sweaters, hide the muumuus. Listen, we don't want to get anyone fired or anything But we're going to need someone over at TNT's new drama Animal Kingdom, which we here at E! News are already obsessed with, give a stern lecture to their directors for us. Why? Because they told star Scott Speedman (aka one of our all-time TV boyfriends) to keep his shirt on. Seriously.  The Felicity star appeared on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Monday night, and told the devastating story about being told to put his shirt back on after doing a shirtless scene for the new show, which debuts on June 14.  After admitting "for years" that he was "so nervous" about »

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Best Series to Watch on a Sick Day

28 May 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

When you're sick, sometimes lying in bed all day is the last thing you want to do. And sometimes binge-watching a new series -- perhaps one you've never seen before -- is just what you need. So take a moment to get cozy, make some hot tea, put up your feet, and check out these five shows that will have you laughing, crying, and feeling better in no time.

'Downton Abbey' (2010 - 2015)

"Downton Abbey" is one great to watch when you're not feeling quite like yourself and all you want to do is be outside. The idyllic setting, music, costumes, and simplicity of early 1900s England makes your day, or days, at home ever more peaceful. On top of it all, drama of its aristocratic small town -- full of murder, mayhem, and tea service -- will have you laughing, crying, and forgetting all about your sick day. »

- Lauren Vargo-Gallaway

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Animal Kingdom: TNT Releases First Episode and Extended Trailer for Gritty New Drama

24 May 2016 4:42 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Drama is about to get even more complex and gritty at TNT. The cable channel has released a new extended trailer which promotes the cable channel's viscerally intense new series, Animal Kingdom. In addition, TNT has already released the first episode online.

Animal Kingdom stars Ellen Barkin as Smurf, the fierce and manipulative matriarch of the outlaw Cody family of Southern California. The clan lives outside the fringes of society. There's plenty of underlying tension -- not just from the outside world, but also from within the family. Other members of the family are played by Scott Speedman, Shawn Hatosy, Ben Robson, Jake Weary and Finn Cole. Daniella Alonso and Molly Gordon play family members' girlfriends.

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"Animal Kingdom" Extended Look & Pilot Online

24 May 2016 12:00 PM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

TNT has debuted an extended preview for its upcoming "Animal Kingdom" TV series. An American reinvention of the Australian film of the same name, the two-hour series premiere takes place on June 14th and follows a wild criminal family led by a fierce and emotionally manipulative matriarch (Ellen Barkin).

Along with the preview, the entire first episode has gone online over at AnimalKingdom.TNTDrama.com. Scott Speedman, Shawn Hatosy, Ben Robson, Jake Weary, Finn Cole and Daniella Alonso also star.

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- Garth Franklin

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