For the millions familiar with Ira Levin's best-selling 1967 novel and Roman Polanski's iconic blockbuster film released the following year, Rosemary's Baby may seem like rehashing old territory. But for director Agnieszka Holland, helming NBC's four-part miniseries (beginning Sunday, 9/8c) was a chance to conquer new territory.
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The devil made them remake it. What other excuse can there be for NBC's glossy but laborious two-part revisiting of the Ira Levin supernatural classic Rosemary's Baby (Sunday, 9/8c, concludes next Thursday)? Perversely scheduled to begin on the evening of Mother's Day, this unnecessarily expanded miniseries version owes a huge debt to The Omen for many of its telegraphed shocks.
Anne Heche will star opposite Jason Isaacs in USA's upcoming event series Dig.
The Emmy nominee will play Lynn, the head of Jerusalem's FBI office and Peter's (Isaacs) boss. To complicate the matters, Lynn is also Peter's only friend and love interest. She's a tough leader and doesn't go easy on Peter, but Lynn also has a soft side.
Jason Isaacs has been cast as the lead role in USA's thriller Dig, TVGuide.com has learned.
The Awake star will play Peter, an FBI agent stationed in Jerusalem whose murder investigation of a young archeologist leads him to uncover a conspiracy 2000 years old.
NBC's upcoming Rosemary's Baby miniseries has cast its leading man.
Suits star Patrick J. Adams will star as Guy, the husband of Zoe Saldana's title character, in the planned four-hour miniseries, according to Deadline.