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Sneak Peek: NBC's "The Black Donnellys" on Netflix

Sneak Peek: NBC's "The Black Donnellys" on Netflix


I feel like I've been hearing about "The Black Donnellys" for months now. That's probably because the show — which follows four Irish brothers who get caught up in organized crime in New York — has some serious star power. The series was created by Oscar-winner Paul Haggis, who directed Crash and wrote the screenplay for Million Dollar Baby. Though NBC still hasn't set a premiere date for the show, it's supposed to get a tryout on Monday nights in March, in the "Studio 60" time slot.

Netflix subscribers who don't want to wait to see the show's pilot are in luck: NBC has is offering the first episode on a DVD that also includes a recap of the first 11 episodes of "Heroes" and a sneak-peak of another new show, Jeff Goldblum's "Raines." NBC also has a short video preview of the series on its First Look site. Has anyone else been hearing any buzz about this show?

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Jinx Jinx 9 years
I don't know how I feel about this. The Black Donnelly's were real people, and there's a real Black Donnelly's story. And considering where Paul Haggis is from, I think he would know, or know of the story. So right now, I think its kind of shitty that the Donnelly name was used. ------------------------------------------------------ Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. — Albert Einstein
KayFritz KayFritz 9 years
I cant wait for for March!
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