Manhattan’s skyscrapers are replaced with California’s beaches in the new USA network series from White Collar creator Jeff Eastin.
Based on a real-life location, Graceland tells the story of undercover officials from a variety of government agencies living under the same roof. The FBI, DEA and Customs are all represented, their cases often overlapping as they work to bring down criminals in southern California.
The series follows rookie FBI agent Mike Warren (Aaron Tveit) as he moves into the Graceland mansion. Though he bonds with some of his housemates (Manny Montana’s Johnny Tuturro), others are less welcoming (Scottie Thompson’s Lauren Kincaid). Daniel Sunjata also stars as Paul Briggs, a senior FBI agent assigned to train Warren. It quickly becomes clear that Briggs has secrets of his own, a reveal that is sure to test the burgeoning friendship between the two agents.
The pilot episode is currently available to stream On Demand. Graceland premieres Thursday, June 6 on USA.