VOD ALERT: Legends fall premiere available now
Friday, October 23, 2015
TNT Offers Viewers Early VOD Preview of Re-imagined Spy Adventure Legends
Fall Premiere Available Now Across TNT Platforms;
Episode 2 Available the Day After TNT Drama's Nov. 2 Premiere
TNT is offering viewers an early look at the completely re-imagined spy drama Legends, starring Sean Bean.
Starting today, the series' fall premiere episode is available via TNT On Demand, tntdrama.com, the Watch TNT mobile app and the TNT YouTube channel, as well as on participating TV providers' platforms and apps.
On Nov. 3, the day after Legends' fall premiere on the network, TNT will make the second episode of the season available to subscribers through TNT On Demand, tntdrama.com, the Watch TNT mobile app and participating TV providers' platforms and apps.
About TNT's Legends
This fall TNT's spy thriller Legends is back with ten new episodes, but viewers who watched season one will hardly recognize what they’re seeing. The show has been completely re-imagined, with a new supporting cast, exotic locations, and a whole new approach to storytelling. Sean Bean (Game of Thrones, The Lord of the Rings) returns as a covert operative whose world is turned upside down when he discovers that everything he thought he knew about his life has been a lie. In addition to Bean, the new season stars Winter Ave Zoli (Sons of Anarchy), Steve Kazee (Shameless), Aisling Franciosi (The Fall), Kelly Overton (True Blood), Klara Issova (Crossing Lines) and Ralph Brown (Agent Carter). In addition, Morris Chestnut (Nurse Jackie, Rosewood) will guest-star in several episodes, reprising his role from season one.
Shot on location throughout Europe, including Prague and London, the new season of Legends is slated to launch on TNT Monday, Nov. 2, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT). Episodes will be made available across the network's on-demand, digital and mobile platforms the day after their linear premieres and will remain available through the end of the season.
Legends is based on the award-winning book by master spy novelist Robert Littell and produced by Fox 21, with Howard Gordon (Homeland, 24), Ken Biller (Star Trek: Voyager, Perception), Alexander Cary (Homeland, Lie to Me) and Jonathan Levin (Charmed) serving as executive producers.