Steve Zahn stars in the new series, which was inspired by images of the European migrant crisis.
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Television images of bodies floating near the shores of small seaside towns have been a familiar but chilling staple of the European migrant crisis in recent years.That is the premise of "The Crossing," ABC's high-concept sci-fi drama series written and executive produced by hit partnership Dan Dworkin and Jay Beattie ("Criminal Minds," "Revenge").The survivors – just 47 from 500 who made the trip – claim to have escaped a horrifying war 250 years in the future.Dworkin said that while the show may posit a dystopian future, many of the experts he and Beattie spoke to were "weirdly positive" about what lies in store for humanity.
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