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Never Here is out today! Screen Anarchy shared an exclusive clip from the film, which features Miranda as she follows a stranger.

Check out the new trailer of the sci-fi anthology series, Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, released by Amazon Prime Video at the New York City Comic-Con. The series will premiere on Amazon Prime Video next year in the United States.

Mireille will appear in the tenth episode entitled Father Thing, based on The Father-thing short story by Philip K. Dick, released in 1954. Here’s the episode synopsis:

The world is under attack from aliens. Charlie must make difficult decisions to protect his mother and the human race, as he is among the first to realize that humans are being replaced by dangerous monsters.

Check out the gripping trailer of Never Here, previously entitled You Were Never Here. It is also the final film of the late actor, Sam Shepard. The film will be out in theaters on October 20th.

Directed by documentary filmmaker Camille Thoman, making her feature debut, Never Here follows an installation artist, Miranda (The Killing‘s Mireille Enos), whose latest photography project involves documenting the lives of strangers. Simultaneously carrying on a secret love affair, her beau witnesses a violent act while peering out her apartment window, prompting Miranda to pose as the primary witness in order to protect his identity, feeding false information to police based on events she didn’t witness.

Check out the first official trailer for the sci-fi anthology series, Electric Dreams based on the works of Philip K. Dick.

Don’t miss the season finale of The Catch next week!

While Alice and Ben are forced to face their pasts, a shocking betrayal could change everything, on the highly anticipated season finale of the “The Catch,” airing Thursday, May 11th on ABC.

The AVI team discover their working relationship with Margot isn’t as clean as they’d like, while Alice finds herself on the receiving end of a life-altering confession, on “The Catch,” airing Thursday, May 4th on ABC.

Alice’s attention to her recent case forces Ben to confront her about their relationship, and Ben and Rhys help Justine solve the biggest case of her life, on “The Catch,” airing Thursday, April 27th on ABC.