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First Look at the Gecko Bros. in From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series

January 10, 2014


"From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series" is ramping up its exposure. A Facebook page made its debut this with some artwork and, now, we've got your first look at the Gecko brothers played by D.J. Catrona and Zane Holtz (Seth and Ritchie, respectively).

Rodriguez tells Buzzfeed: "We see things that led up to events in the film, and much deeper character motivations and storylines to sort of launch into the new story that we're doing. The film was a short story. This is the novel version."

He describes the show--which he is directing--as a crime series with supernatural elements. The show will debut this Spring on the El Rey Network.

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