If you are eagerly awaiting the November 8 premiere of Starz’s gritty ballet drama “Flesh and Bone,” you’re in luck. The network released its first trailer of the eight-hour limited series yesterday—and it looks pretty tantalizing.
The much anticipated (at least in the ballet world) Starz drama "Flesh and Bone" finally has a premiere date: Sunday, November 8.
We've chronicledeach development in the show's production as it came to light, and were sad to hear that the release had been postponed from earlier this year. Now, dance-on-TV fans only have to wait until November for the next big thing to air.
We've been hearing the hype for months now: Starz network will air a new ballet drama "Flesh and Bone" sometime in 2015. While I'm estatic that dance is coming back to television after the fall of "Bunheads" and "Breaking Pointe," I must admit that it's hard to see some of our favorite dance stars leave their posts for the gig: Ethan Stiefel will not return next year as the championed artistic director of Royal New Zealand Ballet and beloved American Ballet Theatre soloist Sascha Radetsky will give his farewell performance on July 3.
The new Starz drama "Flesh and Bone" has been described as the television version of Black Swan—so it's only fitting that the show's lead is a veteran of the film.
Starz announced today that Dresden Semperoper's Sarah Hay—a talented dancer who was a member of Black Swan's corps (we interviewed her about the film back in 2010)—has been cast as "Flesh and Bone"'s Claire, an aspiring ballerina with "a distinctly troubled past."