PlayStation will premiere its first scripted television series, "Powers", on Tuesday, 10 March. It is an adapted version of multi-award winning comic book series of the same name by Brian Michael Bendis and artist Michael Avon Oeming.
The plot line of the drama is set in a world where everybody with superpower is searching for fame and fortune and it revolves around the life of a homicide detective Christian Walker (Sharlto Copley)
He is a former superhero who lost his powers under devastating circumstances. The detective is haunted by his past and investigates power-related crimes with his fellow officers in a special police unit in Los Angeles called the "Powers" division.
Walker is accompanied by his partner Deena Pilgrim, played by Susan Heyward, and her job is to make the partnership working, according to PlayStation.
"In 'Powers' we have a story where people have powers and they don't care what they do with it," said actor Eddie Izzard, who portrays "Big Bad" Wolfe in the supernatural drama.
Other cast members of the PlayStation series include Michelle Forbes as Retro Girl, Max Fowler as Krispin Stockley, Adam Godley as Captain Cross, Justice Leak as Kutter, Noah Taylor as Johnny Royalle, Olesya Rulin as Calista, Jeryl Prescott as Golden and Logan Browning as Zora.
"Powers" is produced by Sony Pictures Television along with Circle of Confusion and the first two episodes of "Powers" is directed by David Slade and written by Charlie Huston.