Cockyboys Release Episode 1 Of New Drama 'All Saints'

NEW YORK CITY—Director Jake Jaxson has now followed up his critically acclaimed Answered Prayers with a new CockyBoys feature that's been over a year in the making, All Saints. All Saints is a mythical potboiler shot on location in New Orleans, New York, and Berlin. The mini-series features an all-star cast including Calvin Banks, Adam Ramzi, Carter Dane, Sean Ford, Ricky Roman, Levi Karter, Francois Sagat, Boomer Banks, Josh Moore and many more. All Saints consists of 12 episodes which are broken up into three chapters, with each chapter containing four episodes. All Saints will be rolled out throughout the remainder of year only at

Set against the mystical landscape of New Orleans, All Saints continues and builds upon the unique mythology that fans have appreciated in Answered Prayers. Adrian, a grad student (Calvin Banks), has just become a research assistant to a forward-thinking professor (Adam Ramzi) at the Institute of Religious Studies in New Orleans. Since he was young, Adrian has been fascinated by the more magical and fantasy-driven aspects of the Bible and is now in the perfect place to explore and hopefully prove some of his non-traditional theories. But the arrival of a lawyer (Carter Dane), representing a major funder of the institute, sets off a chain of events that will open up a world of mystery, power, and understanding that will change Adrian's life forever. And ever. And ever…

Episode One of Chapter One is now playing on, and features Banks with Ramzi in a beautifully shot and acted scene featuring palpable chemistry, and leading up to one of the best duo scenes in recent memory.

CockyBoys' director and owner Jake Jaxson said of All Saints, "This is a project that has been created, devised and executed by one of the most beautiful and talented group of men and women I have had the joy and pleasure to work with. I will forever be grateful for their talents and efforts. This is some of our best work yet."

CockyBoys and Jake Jaxson deliver, once again, with this new hauntingly epic mini-series, All Saints, now playing only at