Kiefer Sutherland has lined up his subsequent Television part, months right after the cancellation Designated Survivor.
He is attached to star in an updated iteration The Fugitive for Quibi, the forthcoming quick kind streaming platform that will only be obtainable on mobile devices.
Also, Boyd Holbrook has landed a lead part.
The series centers on Mike Ferro, who desires to make certain his household is secure when a bomb rocks the subway train he’s riding on, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Even so, Mike is the a single who is place in the frame for the crime. There is an quick manhunt for him, and thanks to the energy of social media, he finds himself hunted for the crime.
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Mike understands that there is a faint likelihood that he can prove he was not the a single to carry out the attack, so he goes on the run to obtain the actual perpetrator just before the net closes in about him.
Mike’s household also struggle to make sense of the news, but will they side with the particular person they know and appreciate?
Sutherland is on board as Detective Clay Bryce, the man operating the operation to obtain Mike and take him down.
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The Fugitive is written and executive developed by Nick Santora (Prison Break). The series will be directed by Stephen Hopkins, who will be reuniting with Sutherland.
The Emmy winning director previously directed episodes of 24.
Sutherland was most not too long ago element of the cast of Designated Survivor, which was canceled for the second time in July.
The Fugitive is a single of a lot of series in the functions for Quibi. The service is slated to launch in April 2020 and will provide series in eight to 10-minute chapters.
It is stated to price $four.99 with advertisements each and every month or $eight without having advertisements.
The Fugitive is slated to start production in October.
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