"Murmurations"
Series 666 Park Avenue
Season 1, Episode 2
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Air date October 7th, 2012
Writers David Wilcox
Director Robert Duncan McNeill
Producers Elizabeth Craft; Sarah Fain; Gina Girolamo; Christopher Hollier; Robert Duncan McNeill; Matt Miller; Leslie Morgenstein; Sonny Postiglione; Mary Rae Thewlis; David Wilcox
Starring Rachael Taylor; Dave Annable; Robert Buckley; Samantha Logan; Mercedes Masohn; Helena Mattsson; Vanessa Williams; Terry O'Quinn
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"Murmurations" is the second episode of the supernatural drama series 666 Park Avenue. It was directed by Robert Duncan McNeill with a script written by David Wilcox. It first aired on ABC on Sunday, October 7th, 2012 at 9:00 pm.

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