The long-untitled Netflix series based in the Florida Keys now has a title: "Bloodline." A 30-second trailer released Thursday by Netflix teases a premiere of March 2015.
The video depicts a sleek yacht aflame under darkening skies. Series star Kyle Chandler's voice intones, "We're not bad people, but we did a bad thing."
Produced by Sony Pictures Television, the 13-episode drama follows an island family "whose secrets and scars are revealed when the black-sheep oldest brother returns home."
Series crews began shooting scenes for "Bloodline" last March, setting up on-location sets at various Keys sites, many in Islamorada. A sprawling warehouse in south Miami-Dade County was converted into a studio for shooting indoor scenes.
Filming for the first season is expected to wrap in mid-November.
With the track record of series creators Todd A. Kessler, Daniel Zelman and Glenn Kessler ("Damages"), several people affiliated with the production have said they are optimistic the Keys series could run for several seasons.
The creators have described the series as "a tightly wound thriller that explores the complex bonds between parents and children, brothers and sisters, and the rivalries, jealousies, and betrayals at the core of every family."
Chandler ("Friday Night Lights") heads the cast, playing a Monroe County Sheriff's Office deputy. "Bloodline" also stars Oscar-winner Sissy Spacek ("Carrie"), Linda Cardellini ("Mad Men" and "ER"), Ben Mendelsohn ("The Dark Knight Rises"), Sam Shepard ("The Right Stuff"), Norbert Leo Butz ("Dan in Real Life") and Jamie McShane ("Sons of Anarchy").
Netflix, founded as a mail-based renter of DVD movies and television shows, has become a leading provider of streaming video over the internet. The company has launched several acclaimed original series, including "House of Cards" and "Orange is the New Black.
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