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Charles Manson Show Starring David Duchovny Now Available For Binge-Watching

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Even though Aquarius, a cop procedural involving the Charles Manson murders with David Duchovny as the star, premiered on NBC last night, you can binge-watch all the episodes starting today.

Basically, you can clear out your weekend schedule, and check out the entire series on NBC.com, Hulu and on-demand platforms. The Decider blog reports that NBC is experimenting with this new format, where they release all 13 episodes online (just like Netflix does with their series), but at the same time, still continue to air a new episode on the network every Thursday. But hurry and up and get your binge-watching on because apparently the episodes will only be available online for four weeks.

Aquarius is a period piece set in 1967 Los Angeles, so for the Mad Men fans that are aching for some '60s action, maybe this can slightly fill that void. Duchovny (The X-Files, Californication) stars as bad-boy and LAPD Detective Sam Hodiak, whose crime investigations sends him on Manson's trail, a couple of years before the gruesome Sharon Tate, and Leno and Rosemary LaBianca murders.

Here's the trailer:

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