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Trailers for all the new TNT shows: Transporter: The Series, The Librarians, Proof and Public Morals

Posted on May 15, 2014 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share

Following on from NBC, ABC and Fox, we now have the upfronts trailers for TNT’s forthcoming new shows. So after the jump, there’s trailers for: Librarians, a spin-off from Noah Wyle’s Librarian series of movies; Public Morals from Ed Burns; Jennifer Beals’s Proof; and the somewhat dire Transporter: The Series, which Cinemax couldn’t even be bothered to air.

Transporter: The Series – Fall Drama
Produced by Atlantique Productions. From executive producers Frank Spotnitz, Chris Vance, Fred Fuchs, Olivier Bibas and QVF Inc, and producer Susan Murdoch.

The Librarians – Winter Drama
Produced by Electric Entertainment. From writer/executive producer John Rogers and executive producers Noah Wyle, Dean Devlin and Marc Roskin.

Proof – 2015 Drama
Produced by Turner Originals. From writer/executive producer Rob Bragin, director Alex Graves and executive producers Kyra Sedhwick, Jill Littman and Tom Jacobson.

Public Morals – 2015 Drama
Produced by Amblin TV and TNT Original Productions. From writer/director/executive producer Edward Burns and executive producers Steven Spielberg, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank and Aaron Lubin.

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