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Amazon Renews 'Goliath', Announces 'Hand Of God' Season 2 Premiere

Amazon had two big announcement for fans of two of their popular series.

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Season 2 Will Be Last For Amazon's 'Hand Of God'

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Even the almighty himself couldn't save the Amazon series Hand of God.

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Amazon Renews 'The Man In The High Castle', 'Red Oaks' & 'Hand Of God'; Greenlights 5 New Series

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It's been a very busy day for the folks over at Amazon.

Today they announced the renewals of four series and are adding five more series to its increasing original series line-up.

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Interview: Alona Tal

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Amazon Studios just announced that it was picking up the pilot for Hand of God to series. One of the reasons the pilot was picked up to series was the amazing performance by actress Alona Tal.

Hand of God is a psychological drama about a morally-corrupt judge, played by Ron Pearlman, who suffers a breakdown and believes God is compelling him onto a path of vigilante justice. Alona plays Jocelyn, the daughter-in-law who suffers a traumatic event and because of this event, her husband attempts suicide and is now in a coma.

Alona has built an impressive resume that would be the envy of any young actor in Hollywood. She was the lead on the short-lived, but fan favorite series Cult. She’s had major arcs on series such as Burn Notice, Veronica Mars and Supernatural. On the big screen, she appeared opposite Mark Wahlberg in the film Broken City and also appeared in the films Half Past Dead 2 and Kalamity.

She sits down with us to discuss her work on Hand of God, the religious elements of the pilot and what it’s like to be part of the Supernatural universe.

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Amazon Studios Picks Up 'Hand Of God', 'Red Oaks' To Series

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Amazon today announced two more original pilots will return to Prime Instant Video next year as full series. Dramatic thriller Hand of God, written by Ben Watkins (Burn Notice) and directed by Marc Forster (World War Z), along with Steven Soderbergh’s (The Knick, Traffic) coming-of-age comedy Red Oaks, will become the next Amazon Original series following rave customer reviews of the pilot episodes.

“We are excited to get working on full seasons of Hand of God and Red Oaks,” said Roy Price, Vice President of Amazon Studios. “These shows come from some of the most talented creators in the business. Customers loved the pilot episodes and we can’t wait to hear what they think of the entire series.”

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Interview: Garret Dillahunt

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Amazon Studios recently released another batch of pilots for the public to view and vote on. One of those pilots is Hand of God. Hand of God is a psychological drama about a morally-corrupt judge who suffers a breakdown and believes God is compelling him onto a path of vigilante justice. One of the stars of the pilot is veteran actor Garret Dillahunt.

Garret plays KD, a troubled man with violent tendencies who believes that God needs his special talents. This role is a far cry from Garret’s most recent role as Burt Chance on the FOX comedy series Raising Hope. The pilot also stars Ron Pearlman (Sons of Anarchy), Dana Delany (Body of Proof) and Alona Tal (Cult, Supernatural).

His credits include appearances on series such as Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Deadwood and The 4400. On the big screen he's been in such films as No Country for Old Men, Looper and Best Picture Oscar winner 12 Years a Slave. He recently signed on for a recurring role on the final season of the hit FX series Justified.

Garret sat down with the Pop Culture Principle to discuss his new role, how religion plays a big part in the pilot and what he hopes for the drama if it is picked up to series.

Pop Culture Principle – Can you tell us the premise for Hand of God?

Garret Dillahunt – On its surface it is somewhat of a vengeance tale, but underneath I think it’s about what are the reasons people find to do the dark things that they do.

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