IFC‘s bloody and unabashedly politically incorrect new half-hour drama Bullet In The Face allegedly made network execs shocked and nervous during a screening. Now comes our first peek at the series, about a German assassin-turned-cop who is without conscience or filter, shooting people indiscriminately and accompanying the acts with radically offensive invective. The series premieres as three episodes back-to-back on two consecutive nights — August 16-17, from 10 PM-11:30 PM.
TV Teaser: IFC's 'Bullet In The Face'
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