FOX OFFERS PREMIERE EPISODE OF NEW DRAMA "K-VILLE" FOR STREAMING ACROSS 200 ONLINE OUTLETS INCLUDING FOX.COM, AOL.COM, YAHOO!, IGN AND TVGUIDE.COM BEGINNING THURSDAY, AUGUST 23
Sneak Peek of PRISON BREAK 3rd Season Premiere Also Made Available
In advance of the Sept. 17 launch of its Fall Monday-night lineup, FOX will offer the entire series premiere episode of new drama series K-VILLE, as well as the first 17 minutes of the highly anticipated Season Three premiere of PRISON BREAK. These will be made available for streaming across 200 Internet portals and websites for a limited time, beginning today.
Both the series premiere of K-VILLE, which features introductions from stars Anthony Anderson and Cole Hauser, and the "first look" at the third season premiere of PRISON BREAK, will be commercial-free and available at no charge to viewers and fans across multiple portals and websites, including the network's own official site FOX.com, as well as AOL.com, Yahoo!, TVGuide.com and IGN.com, among others.
"It is critical that we embrace the Internet as a distributed medium that promotes engagement with users, wherever they are on the Web," said FOX's William Bradford, Senior Vice President, Content Strategy. "This approach reinforces the importance of involving fans to assist with marketing the show through word of mouth and discussion forums across the Internet."
K-VILLE is a heroic police drama set � and entirely filmed � in New Orleans two years after Katrina. Parts of the city are still in chaos, but hope endures as the cops who remain in the NOPD have courage to burn and a passion to reclaim and rebuild their city.
PRISON BREAK returns for its exciting third season with Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) forced to mastermind a daring escape from a hellish Panamanian prison where there are no guards, no rules and seemingly no way out.
K-VILLE is a 20th Century FOX Television Production, executive-produced by Jonathan Lisco and Craig Silverstein. Deran Sarafian (HOUSE, "CSI") directed the pilot.
PRISON BREAK is a 20th Century Television Production, executive-produced by Paul T. Scheuring, Matt Olmstead, Dawn Parouse, Marty Adelstein, Kevin Hooks and Brett Ratner.