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They say Los Angeles is a city built of desire-a place of hope, possibilities, and a brighter tomorrow. Los Angeles is also a vast urban sprawl where those who don't attain their dreams can fall into isolation and despair. The Starz original series Crash premieres Friday, September 18 at 10:00 p.m. (et/pt).
Season two of Crash goes beyond the police storylines of the first season to focus on a farther-reaching collection of Angelenos from different social strata as their lives intersect. Is it by fate or coincidence that a billionaire visionary collapses in a parking lot and is helped by a strip-mall security guard? That a girl is murdered at the athletic club where she works? This season, multiple new storylines explore the human connections made in pivotal moments when characters must literally or figuratively fight for their lives. Nothing seems random in season two of Crash; instead, a »
11 June 2009 7:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Starz's first original drama series, from the producers of the best picture Oscar winner, has begun production on its 13-episode second season in Albuquerque.
Andrew Bernstein is directing the season's first episode, slated to debut on Friday, Sept. 18.
Set in Los Angeles, the second season of "Crash" will continue to revolve around the intersecting lives of Angelenos from different social strata.
Roberts will play Seth, a billionaire entrepreneur, who plans to give Los Angeles a long-desired new professional football team. Ashbrook ("Twin Peaks") will play Jimmy, a charismatic gambler who plays fast and loose with the law. »
- By Nellie Andreeva
2 items from 2009
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