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The Next Wave Of Amazon Pilots Is Almost Here: Which Will Get Your Vote?

Cocked: Starring True Blood‘s Sam Trammell, this dark comedy follows a big-city, corporate drone who is forced to return to his rural Virginia hometown in order to run the family’s gun business.
Down Dog: Bradley Silberling directs this comedy about a Southern California yogi who breaks up with his girlfriend (who happens to own the yoga studio that employs him).
Mad Dogs: Based on the British series of the same name, this dramedy follows a group of 40-something friends who reunite at the Belize home of a successful friend whose success extremely eclipses those of his pals.
The Man in the High Castle: This hour-long drama, based on Philip K. Dick’s novel, takes place in an alternate reality in which the allied forces lost World War II and the United States is now controlled by Germany and Japan.
Point of Honor: This period drama from Carlton Cuse takes place on a Virginia farm in the middle of the Civil War and follows a family who make the surprising choice to free their slaves while fighting for the South.
Salem Rogers: Popular‘s Leslie Bibb is back as a former supermodel who must get her life and career back on track after a stint in rehab.
The New Yorker Presents: This half-hour docu-series will features several segments, and its pilot offers a short film starring Alan Cumming based on a story by New Yorker contributor Simon Rich, a mini-documentary from Jonathan Demme, and an interview with performance artist Marina Abramović.
– Olivia Armstrong & Tyler Coates, Decider  (Full Story: http://ift.tt/13X52ms )