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Old 11-09-2013, 10:20 AM
 
Location: Little Babylon
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Described as a sardonic drama, in Babylon Fields, the dead are rising in Babylon, NY, and as a result, lives are regained, old wounds are reopened and families are restored — for better or worse. The newly regenerated bodies are healing faster and growing stronger than anyone else leading to the suspicion that they might be the next step in human evolution. Babylon Fields has long been a passion project for NBC Entertainment president Jennifer Salke, who developed it in her previous role as EVP Creative Affairs at 20th TV. Despite often getting the “zombie” label (the pilot’s deceased did look the worse for wear — bad skin, autopsy scars, open wounds, worms and all), according to the creators, Babylon Fields goes beyond the initial ‘return of the dead’ conceit, exploring the power of human connectedness, the next steps in our evolutionary progress, the slow-boil conflicts between the new societies, religions and mores birthed by the phenomenon; and the question: who, ultimately, is more fully human — the living, or the dead?
Deadline.com » Blog Archive[VIDEO] 'Babylon Fields' Cult Series Resurrected With NBC Pilot Order

Would be cool if it gets green lit and they actually film it entirely on Long Island and not Vancouver.
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