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Nazis. Kidnapping. Secret religious societies. Doomsday. And clocks. So many clocks.
That's Anthony Edwards' new drama Zero Hour (premiering Thursday, 8/7c, ABC) in a nutshell, one that's as far away from the halls of County General as you can get — and that's exactly why the ER alum chose it as his TV comeback.
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"This just felt new," Edwards tells TVGuide.com. "I was reading something that felt really different that I wasn't seeing on TV and that I've never done before, and you always want that as an actor."
In the Da Vinci Code-esque thriller, Edwards plays Hank Galliston, a skeptics magazine editor who finds himself pulled into an age-old conspiracy when his wife, Laila (Jacinda Barrett), an antique clock shop owner, is kidnapped by the ...
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Dylan Baker has joined the cast of ABC's midseason drama Zero Hour, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Zero Hour stars ER's Anthony Edwards as a skeptics magazine editor who is pulled into one of the most compelling conspiracies in human history after his wife (Jacinda Barrett) is kidnapped.
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Baker, whose recent credits in The Good Wife and Political Animals, will play...
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ER's Anthony Edwards is set to make his return to prime time as the lead of ABC's pilot Zero Hour, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
USA Network is upping their original content with seven new pilot scripts for the 2010-2011 TV season, including projects from Steve Carell, John Michael Higgins and Anthony Edwards.
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Thursday marks the return of Dr. Mark Greene (Anthony Edwards) to ER (10 pm/ET, NBC), which raises at least one tricky question. Like: Didn't that character die? Don't worry, Greene isn't returning spectrally to haunt his former workplace. Rather, the episode is a flashback to approximately six years ago, when Angela Bassett's Dr. Cate Banfield, County General's current chief resident, first came to the ER — as the mother of one of Dr. Greene's patients. For Edwards, not only did he agree with the producers' creative vision for Greene's return during ER's 15th and final season, it gave him an opportunity to spotlight his philanthropy with Shoe4Africa, a nonprofit organization that uses sports, specifically sneakers, to promote health and disease prevention in Africa. Edwards took some time to talk to us about donning Greene's scrubs again, reuniting with his former castmates and whether he sees another TV series in his future.