PlayStation's Superhero TV Show Powers Release Date Revealed

The live-action show will debut on March 10; PlayStation Plus members can watch the full, ten-episode series for free.

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PlayStation's first scripted TV show, Powers, which stars District 9's Sharlto Copley, will debut on March 10. Brian Michael Bendis, the co-creator of the Powers comic book series and producer of the live-action show, announced the premiere date Tuesday in a post on the PlayStation Blog.

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The Powers series, which spans ten episodes, will debut in March through the PlayStation Network. The first three episodes will be released on March 10, with the remaining seven installments scheduled to arrive every Tuesday thereafter through April.

The first episode in the Powers series, which sees Copley and co-star Susan Heyward (The Following) charged with protecting humans and investigating cases involving super-human beings known as "powers," will be free for everyone. Meanwhile, the full season will be available free for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Sony did not announce a price for the full season for non-Plus users.

A trailer for Powers is available above. Meanwhile, Bendis will appear on NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers tonight, January 20, to talk more about the show.

Competitor Microsoft shut down its own original entertainment division, Xbox Entertainment Studios, late last year. However, the Steven Spielberg-produced Halo show is still in the works.

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