Babylon Fields



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In this comedic drama, the dead are resurrected and try to resume their former lives where they left off. The zombies rising results in lives regained as families are restored, but at the same time opens old wounds. The pilot episode is written by Gerald Cuesta and Michael Atkinson, who will also serve as supervising producers.

Rome's Ray Stevenson will play Carl Tiptree, the town's chief detective whose wife is resurrected. Joan of Arcadia's Amber Tamblyn will play Janine Wunch, a young girl who, after being abused by her father, teamed with her mom to kill him, but they never expected that he would come back to life. Emmy winner from Picket Fences Kathy Baker will also star in this new drama. She will play Amber Tamblyn's mother, Shirley Wunch, a low-rent suburban housewife who kills her husband.

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  • So refers to this as a comedic drama. Maybe I missed the comedic part?

    Based on what I've seen, I don't understand how this is being billed as a comedic drama. There's no comedy involved, as far as I can tell. It seems more like a weekly zombie flick. If they're going for the "Hot Fuzz", "Shaun of the Dead" or "Fido" vibe, they've missed it. Completely.

    On the other hand, it's nice to see a good zombie flick now and again. I can't see myself watching this on a daily basis, though. It's just too dark. How can you connect to the characters in an environment like that?

    I will not be tuning in for this show...moreless
  • at last a NEW show worth watching

    It's NOT a cop show, it's NOT a reality show, it's actually something new and worth watching. In a similar vein to Cape Wrath (known in USA as Meadowlands) it's a creepy tale, while should I spoil it for you. This show is worth watching and finding out for yourself. It has been a long time coming for a show with a NEW idea that can hold its own. As yet this show, god knows why as yet to be picked up. It appears the networks prefer to re-hash old shows instead, like having a young Brit girl playing the Bionic Woman or doing a dramatic adaptation of Groundhog Day in Journeymanmoreless

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