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Promo for Lifetime's New Series 'The Lottery': Human Is Endangered Species

July 3, 2014 (7:01 am) GMT
In a dystopian world struck by global infertility, a battle breaks out over the control of 100 newly fertilized embryos.

Lifetime's "" imagines the world in a dystopian future where women have mysteriously stopped bearing children. A trailer for the new series depicts what it would like if the world were struck by global infertility, with no child having been born in 5 years.

As the human race is on the brink of extinction, Dr. Alison Lennon () and her team remarkably fertilize 100 embryos. The U.S. government soon takes control of the lab and holds a national lottery to determine which women will carry the prized embryos, and a battle over the control of the 100 embryos begins.

Michael Graziadei joins the cast as Kyle, a recovering alcoholic and single father of one of the last children born in the country. David Alpay stars as James, Alison's colleague and lab assistant. Martin Donovan plays Director of the U.S. Fertility Commission, Darius Hayes, while Yul Vasquez plays the POTUS. portrays Gabrielle, the First Lady.

The drama thriller from Oscar-nominated screenwriter Timothy J. Sexton premieres Sunday, July 20 at 10/9c on Lifetime.



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