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It has also been attempting to remake A E Networks U.S prison format 60 Days In in the UK and struck a first-look deal with A E Networks to distribute its series.The first trailer for Altered Carbon begins with a commercial of sorts for the fictional product, pitching the concept of “human sleeves,” as sold to elite consumers.“Centuries ago, mankind found a way to transfer consciousness into a new body, making death a mere inconvenience,” a soothing voice intones, as images of bodies with horizontal slits carved elegantly into the napes of their neck stand against glowing white backdrops.I hear that Vice-owned producer Pulse Films has secured access to the global political organization, while UK broadcaster Channel 4 has announced a behind-the-scenes series within the EU.

I understand that Pulse Films secured access to the UN last week and the company, which has produced television series including History’s The New Age of Terror and BBC race doc Black Is The New Black as well as feature docs such as Sundance entry Trophy, is set to take the project out to U.

Last month, it secured its first high-profile drama, tying with Jane Featherstone’s Sister Pictures for HBO and Sky Atlantic thriller Gangs of London.

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