FuseFX Stays Hot with New TV Series

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LOS ANGELES—FuseFX is providing visual effects for a wide range of television series, new and returning, which premiered this spring. Projects from its studios in Los Angeles, New York and Vancouver for clients including AMC, Starz!, Netflix and FX.

New and returning FuseFX projects:

The Son (now airing on AMC), based on the Phillip Meyer novel, is a multi-generational epic of America's birth as a superpower told through the bloody rise and fall of a Texas oil empire.

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American Gods (now airing on Starz!)  is a fantasy drama based on the novel by Neil Gaiman about ex-con, Shadow Moon, and a mysterious stranger who is in fact the god Odin.

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13 Reasons Why (now streaming on Netflix) is a mystery series about a high school student who commits suicide and the audio tapes she leaves behind for her classmates.

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Legion (now airing on FX) is a psychological thriller based on the Marvel character about a troubled young man who, after being diagnosed with schizophrenia, discovers he has special powers.

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Feud (now airing on FX) is the story of screen legends Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, and the conflict that arose between them on the set of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

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About FuseFX

FuseFX is a full-service visual effects studio serving the television, feature film and advertising industries from facilities in Los Angeles, New York and Vancouver. Founded in 2006 by David Altenau, the company encompasses a crew of more than 300 highly talented and experienced artists, producers and support personnel. Using its refined, custom database and pipeline, the company can accommodate numerous, high shot-count productions while delivering high-quality, on-time results.

For more information, visit http://fusefx.com/

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