TV News Aquarius will be available in full online after the first episode airs on TV By Mayer Nissim Thursday, Apr 30 2015, 12:15pm EDT David Duchovny's Charles Manson drama Aquarius will be available in full online after its first episode airs on TV. Following the show's two-hour premiere on NBC on May 28, all 13 episodes will be available to stream on NBC.com and via NBC's app. It will also be viewable through other video-on-demand platforms for a four-week period. "With Aquarius we have the opportunity to push some new boundaries to give our audience something no broadcast network has done before," said NBC Entertainment Chairman Bob Greenblatt. "We are fully aware how audiences want to consume multiple episodes of new television series faster and at their own discretion, and we're excited to offer our viewers this same experience since all 13 episodes of this unique show have been produced and are ready to be seen. "I appreciate the enthusiasm we've gotten from the producers of the show and our partner Marty Adelstein of Tomorrow Studios to launch this series in a new, forward-thinking way." After the TV premiere, NBC will air one-hour episodes at 9pm on Thursdays. The show is created by John McNamara. © NBC Universal Duchovny signed on for the project a year ago and plays a detective investigating the Manson Family during the 1960s. Gethin Anthony will play the notorious cult leader at a time before the Tate-LaBianca murders. Grey Damon, Emma Dumont, Claire Holt and Chance Kelly also star, and Gaius Charles plays a former gang member who is now a fanatical follower of the Nation of Islam.