Watch USA's new summer drama 'Graceland' on-demand early, starting on April 29

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If you have been waiting eagerly for the premiere of USA's new drama, "Graceland," starring Aaron Tveit and Daniel Sunjata, you are in luck. The network has decided to release the show's pilot episode for a limited time on cable on-demand services.

You really do not want to wait to watch this one.

"Graceland" focuses on the drama surrounding a federal safe-house on a beautiful beach where agents from the FBI, DEA and US Customs live undercover. Things start to get complicated when Mike Warren (Tveit), a rookie FBI agent, moves in to investigate crimes both inside and outside of his new home. Based on an actual house operated by federal law enforcement, this promises to be one of the highlights of the upcoming summer.

Beginning on April 29 and available for two weeks after that, the "Graceland" premiere will be shown on-demand for subscribers of Comcast Xfinity TV, Time Warner Cable, Charter Communications, Cox Communications, Cablevision, DirecTV, Dish and Verizon FiOS.

If you need any more of a reason to check out this show, here is a behind-the-scenes video featuring series creator Jeff Eastin and actors Tveit, Sunjata and Serinda Swan.



"Graceland" premieres on Thursday, June 6 at 10pm on USA.

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