“Dig” is the new high-concept series – steeped in history, prophecy and mythology – from USA Network about an FBI agent stationed in Jerusalem investigating a mystery surrounding an archeologist’s death. From the USA Network series description:
From Powerhouse Auspices Tim Kring (“Heroes”) and Gideon Raff (“Homeland”), Dig stars Golden Globe nominee Jason Isaacs (“Awake”) as Peter Connelly, an FBI agent stationed in Jerusalem who, while investigating a mystery surrounding a young female archeologist named Emma (Alison Sudol, A Fine Frenzy), uncovers a conspiracy 2000 years in the making. Emmy Award-winner Anne Heche (“Save Me”) stars as Lynn Monahan, the head of the Jerusalem FBI office, Peter’s boss and casual lover. Golden Globe-winning actress Regina Taylor (“The Unit”) joins the cast in the recurring role of Ruth Ridell, the U.S. Ambassador to Israel who has little time for the problems that Peter creates with the local authorities.
Also recurring in the series are actors David Costabile (“Breaking Bad”) playing Ted Billingham, a coiffed and charming man whose status as an authoritative bestselling author of religious books and TV personality has given him the access and funds to build a discreet religious congregation; and Tony Award nominee Omar Metwally (“Non-Stop”) who plays Yussef Khalid, an American who disappeared after being accused of murder.
USA Network debuted the first trailer from new drama at the Television Critics Assn. summer press tour on Monday, 7.14.14 with executive producers Tim Kring and Gideon Raff, and stars Anne Heche and Jason Isaacs. Isaacs told the TCA audience he was shocked at how many of the conspiracy theories and plot points in the pilot are based in truth.
Starring Jason Isaacs, Anne Heche, Alison Sudol, Regina Taylor, David Costabile, Omar Metwally and Lauren Ambrose. Return to Thumbnail View.
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