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The Spoils Before Dying

The Spoils Before Dying poster
Air weekdate:
Genre: Comedy, Mini-Series
Channel: IFC
Status: Ended
2.0/10(1 votes)
 Michael Kenneth Williams Michael Kenneth Williams as Jazzpianist - Rock Banyon
Kristen Wiig Kristen Wiig as Delores DeWinter

Love. Lust. Murder. Jazz. It’s all in the heavily-perfumed mix of author-turned-director Eric Jonrosh’s magnum opus "The Spoils Before Dying." A follow-up to The Spoils of Babylon, it follows a 1950s jazz pianist-turned-private eye who becomes embroiled in a murder investigation. While his book was burned and the film shocked a nation before being destroyed for public safety, one copy remained. IFC alone dares to bring Jonrosh’s piece de résistance to life on your television screen. Before you take a first look at The Spoils Before Dying, pour yourself a big glass of wine, turn up the fans, and prepare to be vanquished by Jonrosh’s lurid lost masterpiece!

The Spoils Before Dying is a sequel of the TV show "The Spoils of Babylon", and the tv adaptation of the novel by Eric Jonrosh. Now, the action moves from the oil fields of Texas at jazz clubs of Los Angeles 1950. Rock Banyon was forced to flee to Mexico because of the suspicion of a double murder. There he finds Delores DeWinter, his band singer. The reunited couple must prove their innocence for 72 hours. On the way they meet a sex, drugs, jazz and betrayal. Despite all the difficulties Banyon's manager believes that Rock will be able to record a new jazz album.

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