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Halle Berry's "Extant" Will Debut On Amazon Prime UK

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05/29/2014 9:05 pm
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Laura Barnett

Staff Writer

Amazon Prime’s line up just got a dash of  the A-list! Halle Berry is set to debut her new TV show, Extant, on Amazon Prime UK on Thursday, July 10, 2014. It will also debut on CBS stateside the night before, with a Wednesday night time slot throughout the summer. The plot of Extant centers on Halle’s character, Molly, who has landed back on Earth “after spending a year in space, where she lived and conducted strange experiments. She tries to resume a normal life with her family, consisting of her husband, John, a gifted scientist, and Ethan, their son, a boy like no other. He is not their biological son, as Molly is infertile. Ethan was designed by his father as the first prototype of a future line of ‘Humanichs,’ or ‘human robots.’ The return of Molly will have dramatic consequences for the entire planet and the fate of mankind.” Sounds deep, dark, thought provoking, and more importantly, full of human-robot fight sequence potential! Halle’s husband is played by Goran Visnjic (ER), her son by Pierce Gagnon (Looper), with costars Camryn Manheim (The Practice) and Tyler Hilton (One Tree Hill). Amazon Prime has been hot on the presses for a little while now after announcing its contract with HBO. Netflix subscribers have been holding out hope for this contract for a while, but it looks like Amazon beat them to the punch. Amazon decided to air Extant on the UK Prime, allowing access to an American show while it is current in the US. American shows tend to be weeks or even seasons behind when shown internationally and vice versa. Amazon Prime costs about a dollar more a month than Netflix but gives you access to HBO, Kindle books and cheaper shipping on Amazon purchases. Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!

     

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