Without Original Star Timothy Hutton, 4 Cast Members Set To Return to ‘Leverage’ reboot Ordered By IMDb TV. (source: Deadline)
Revived for a 13 episode season by IMDb TV, Leverage (2008-2012), is original TNT series.
Timothy Hutton, who recently faced sexual assault allegations, is the only member of the original cast will not return.
However, in your replace, Noah Wyle (ER, Falling Skies, The Librarians) will run the show.
The one in charge of making the reboot happen is the original series’ Executive Producer and director Dean Devlin.
The creators Rogers and Downey returning as consulting producers.
“Since the day it was cancelled, I’ve longed to return to the world of Leverage. The show, the characters, the cast and the people who made it happen all hold a very special place in my heart. Our new series with Amazon Studios and IMDb TV is a re-imagining of the original premise. While Leverage centered on a crusade to avenge the death of a child, this series is propelled forward as a redemption story of misdeeds that need amends. I could not be more excited and fired up about returning to the world of Hitter, Hacker, Grifter, Thief!!”Dean Devlin, original series’ EP/director
Leverage reboot – see the original cast
Gina Bellman (Sophie Devereaux)
Bellman is heavily recurring on Season 2 of Sky’s Bulletproof. Also known for her starring role on BBC’s hit comedy Coupling.
Aldis Hodge (Alec Hardison)
Hodge, who plays the co-lead opposite Kevin Bacon on Showtime’s City on a Hill, recently starred in the hit horror movie The Invisible Man.
Christian Kane (Eliot Spencer)
After The Librarians, Kane currently headlines another Electric Entertainment series, WGNA’s Almost Paradise.
Beth Riesgraf (Parker)
Riesgraf co-stars on Paramount Network’s 68 Whiskey, which has done well and looks promising for renewal. Apparently, an arrangement has been made for her to be a series regular on both 68 Whiskey and Leverage. She previously did an arc on The Librarians.
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