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[11/15/16 - 12:31 PM]
Video: WGN America Unveils Explosive Extended Trailer and First Image for "Outsiders" Season Two
The new trailer showcases the misunderstood Farrell clan attempting to unite and take control of their land, but not without conflicts that intensify their trouble and threaten their way of life.

[via press release from WGN America]

WGN AMERICA UNVEILS EXPLOSIVE EXTENDED TRAILER AND FIRST IMAGE FOR "OUTSIDERS" SEASON TWO

BREAKOUT ORIGINAL DRAMA RETURNS TUESDAY, JANUARY 24 AT 9:00 PM ET/PT

Created by Peter Mattei and Executive Produced by Peter Tolan and Paul Giamatti, Gritty Appalachian Drama Stars David Morse, Ryan Hurst, Gillian Alexy, Thomas M. Wright, Kyle Gallner and Christina Jackson

Los Angeles, CA (November 15, 2016) - WGN America unveiled today the compelling extended trailer and first image for season two of its hit original drama, "Outsiders," which will return on Tuesday, January 24 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT. The new trailer showcases the misunderstood Farrell clan attempting to unite and take control of their land, but not without conflicts that intensify their trouble and threaten their way of life.

This season on "Outsiders," the struggle for power and control continues in the rugged hills of Appalachia as the battle between the clan and the town escalates with the Farrells becoming more isolated than ever before. The uneasy truce that had generally existed between the townspeople and the family tribe came to an abrupt end when Big Coal headed up the mountain and the standoff continues to have repercussions, putting everyone to the test as they're forced to face new challenges and enemies.

The ensemble cast for "Outsiders" includes: David Morse ("Treme," Concussion) as Big Foster, the gruff and powerful de facto patriarch of the Farrell family who was shot and left for dead; Thomas M. Wright ("The Bridge," "Top of the Lake") as Sheriff T. Wade Houghton, a cop who has a rough and mysterious history with the Farrells, and grapples with several personal troubles of his own; Ryan Hurst ("Sons of Anarchy," "Bates Motel"), as Lil Foster, a massive mountain man and son of Big Foster; Gillian Alexy ("The Americans," "Damages") as G'Winveer, the Farrell healer, thrust into leadership, who must discover her inner strength to save her people; Kyle Gallner (American Sniper, "Veronica Mars") as Hasil, a free spirit that ventures between Shay Mountain and his forbidden love Sally-Ann; Christina Jackson ("Boardwalk Empire," "Deception") as Sally-Ann, a beautiful girl from a mining town who captured Hasil's heart; Joe Anderson ("The Divide," Across the Universe) as Asa, a former member of the Farrell clan looking to rejoin the family; Francie Swift ("Hostages," "House of Cards") as Haylie Grimes, a clever and cunning all-American community relations manager representing the encroaching coal company; and Rebecca Harris ("The Good Wife," "Sex and the City") as Ledda, Sherriff Houghton's no-nonsense sister.

"Outsiders," is created and written by award-winning playwright Peter Mattei, who executive produces alongside Fedora Entertainment's Emmy(R) Award-winner Peter Tolan ("Rescue Me," Analyze This) and Michael Wimer (2012, "Rake"), and Touchy Feely Films' Emmy(R) Award-winner Paul Giamatti ("John Adams," Sideways) and Dan Carey (All Is Bright). "Outsiders" hails from Sony Pictures Television.

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WGN America and Tribune Studios

WGN America, the flagship entertainment network of Tribune Media Company (NYSE: TRCO) is nationally distributed in nearly 80 million homes via cable, satellite and telco, with high-quality entertainment programming including the breakout hit series "Outsiders," "Underground" and "Salem." The network also brings its audience a strong slate of popular first-run syndicated series and blockbuster movies. Through Tribune Studios, the creative development arm of Tribune Media, original content is produced for WGN America and Tribune local stations nationwide. Follow the network on Twitter @wgnamerica. For additional information, please visit www.wgnamerica.com.

About Sony Pictures Television

Sony Pictures Television is one of the television industry's leading content providers, producing and distributing programming worldwide in every genre and for every platform. In addition to managing one of the industry's largest libraries of award-winning feature films, television shows and formats, SPT is home to a thriving US production business and operates 17 wholly-owned or joint venture production companies in 13 countries around the world. SPT's worldwide networks portfolio includes 150 channel feeds, which are available in 178 countries reaching more than 1.3 billion cumulative households worldwide. Sony Pictures Television (SPT) is a Sony Pictures Entertainment Company.





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