Claire Bennet won't be one of the Heroes: Reborn for now. In an interview with Cosmpolitan, Hayden Panettiere revealed that she has not been asked to join the 2015 event series.
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.
NBC is resurrecting Heroes as an event miniseries, the network announced Saturday.
Similar to Fox's 24 reboot, Live Another Day, the planned miniseries Heroes Reborn will consist of a 13-episode stand-alone story arc. The episodes will air in 2015, and NBC will launch a digital series ahead of the premiere to introduce new characters and storylines.
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.
Tim Kring, Gideon Raff
USA has has given a six-episode commitment to Dig, an action series from Heroes' Tim Kring and Homeland's Gideon Raff, the network announced Wednesday.
Touch kicks off its oft-delayed second season Friday, with a two-hour premiere that provides answers to a few questions, and raises a slew of others. The action-packed premiere, which airs at 8/7c on Fox, kicks off a season that promises higher stakes and added danger for Martin Bohm (Kiefer Sutherland) and his son Jake (David Mazouz), according to showrunners Tim Kring and Carol Barbee.
Kiefer Sutherland, Sarah Jones, George Stults
Good news and bad news at Fox on Wednesday.
The network axed freshman series Alcatraz and The Finder, while renewing Kiefer Sutherland's Touch, according to Deadline and their sister site TVLine. Fox declined to comment until their Upfront presentation next week.
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