NBC has officially picked up the new drama series ‘Crisis’, which will see One Tree Hill alum James Lafferty return to the television for the first time since One Tree Hill wrapped last year.
The official synopsis for Crisis is, “When Washington’s most powerful players are pulled into an international conspiracy, an unlikely puppeteer will bring everyone from CEOs to The President of the United States to their knees by threatening the things they hold most dear.”
The pilot of the show was shot in Los Angeles, but the rest of the show is said to be filming in Chicago. The show will start airing as a mid-season replacement for NBC on Sunday nights, after football season and the Olympics wrap up.
The leads of the show are Dermot Mulroney and Gillian Anderson, but Lafferty will be playing a supporting character named Mr. Nash. In addition to ‘Crisis’, he also has a film called ‘Lost In Purpose’ hoping to find distribution this year, and he also has three movies in pre-production for next year. ‘Crisis’ stars Mulroney, Anderson, and Lafferty in addition to Rachael Taylor, Halston Sage, Lance Gross, Max Martini, Stevie Lynn Jones, Joshua Erenberg, and Max Schneider.
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