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'Life on Mars' Season Premiere Promo Video

September 30, 2008 02:28:07 GMT

The cop drama series attaches Chris Cornell's new single 'Ground Zero' in the trailer for its October season premiere.


'Life on Mars' Season Premiere Promo Video
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ABC is getting ready for the release of its new series, "Life on Mars" which will hit the small screens on October 9 with the release of the show's promotional video. The footage is exceptional for its inclusion of Chris Cornell's brand new single "Ground Zero" which will appear on his November 4 solo album "Scream".

Lining up Jason O'Mara, Harvey Keitel, Jonathan Murphy, Michael Imperioli and Gretchen Mol as the main cast, "Life on Mars" is a cop drama adapted from the successful British series of the same name. The first episode is titled "Out Here in the Field" where NYPD Detective Sam Tyler is trying mightily to understand what's just happened to him and how he can get back "home" .

He finds himself in 1973 in the cultural hotbed of New York City during the tumultuous times of the Vietnam War, Watergate, women's lib and the civil and gay rights movements - without a cell phone or computer - suddenly hurtled back in time, ripped from 2008 after being hit by a car while chasing down a criminal.

"Life on Mars" Season 1 Promo:



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Post Your Comments

posted by Mitchell on Oct 06, 2008
Why? Why ruin one on the best shows ever by making a has-been-celebrity laden and over-retooled remake? If you want to see brilliance, just seek out the original BBC production, don't waste your time with this ABC train wreck.
posted by Pauly on Oct 01, 2008
I think this show is going to be a good one. How can it not be with this cast?? Michael Imperioli was so great on Sopranos. There is a video on abc's site about how they made the set true to 1973.
posted by Shaz on Sep 30, 2008
Great to heard Cornell, new series in the USa but here I'm an Aussie just great to see CC popping up all over the place. Great tune !

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