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Exclusive : Steven Seagal’s True Justice gets a second season

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Despite the first season being cut up into telemovie form and released in most territories as stand-alone DVD premieres, Steven Seagal’s scripted TV show “True Justice” has earned itself a second season.

Though the show was released in two-hour blocks DTV in countries like Australia and the UK, “True Justice” will be remain in-tact and have it’s first season broadcast on America’s Reelz Channel (the same outlet that screened “The Kennedy’s” mini-series) in March 2012.

Before the first episode has even aired, the producers have announced plans to shoot a second season of the show; assumingly, Reelz have already agreed to run it.

(It’s not a bad deal for Reelz actually, this will be the first scripted TV series they’ve had and could pull them more permanent viewers).

“True Justice” stars Seagal as a copper who leads his team into battle with “gangs, drug lords and crime syndicates” in Seattle.

Film wise, Seagal is doing a two-hander with Steve Austin as we speak called “Maximum Conviction”. No doubt a project that came together as a result of that ’80s action hero team-up movie “The Expendables”, considering it’s two action movie icons going head-to-head and all, the Keoni Waxman-directed film will be released by Anchor Bay theatrically later this year. In it, Seagal and Austin play private security officers who are forced to patrol a prison that’s taken over by mercenaries.

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The writer/publicist/producer who wears the editor hat on Moviehole. Favorite films include "Say Anything...", "The Hunt for Red October", "Jerry Maguire", "Almost Famous", "Die Hard", "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo", "Young Guns", "American Psycho", "Back to the Future" and the "Star Wars" series.
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