National Geographic has chosen its stars for the next installment of the high-rated, disease-focused anthology series, “Hot Zone: Anthrax”.
Today, the major channel, along with Scott Free Productions and 20th Television (a division of Disney Television Studios), announced that Daniel Day Kim (“Hawaii Five-0,” Lost, “” Good Doctor, “) and Tony Goldwyn (” King Richard, “” Scandal, “” Lovecraft Country, “) will lead six-episode shows that center on anonymous bioterror attacks that spread panic across the country after the chaos of 9/11. USAMRIID scientists in limited ministries , Depicts the trial of FBI agents and Justice Department personnel who joined forces to conquer the national threat, killing five people and making 17 others ill. Of turf wars and false alarms After a series, it is unlikely that the team eventually breaks the case and closes the prime suspect.
“Both Tony and Daniel are amazingly versatile and dimensional actors who will bring complexity and depth to these characters,” said Carolyn Bernstein, executive vice president of scripted and documentary films, National Geographic, in a statement.
This series also had Kim’s first role. The 46-year-old actor tweeted, “Probably the biggest news in the world is what’s going on in the world today, but this is my first series after working in TV for 31 years.”
Growing up, Kim’s parents have said they hoped their son would become a doctor, lawyer or banker, the actor told NBC News in the past. However, when he took an acting class in college as an acting, he pursued acting instead of a career – a decision that initially worried his family. Now, his career includes highly acclaimed roles in film, stage and television and has garnered the support of his parents.
In “The Hot Zone: Anthrax”, Kim will portray Matthew Raiker as an FBI agent with a specialty in microbiology, while Goldwyn plays the role of Bruce Evans, a brilliant microbiologist who gets caught in the hunt for an anthrax killer. Working closely with law enforcement to uncover the mystery of the deadly characters, Goldwyn begins to deepen and unnecessarily uncover discoveries about complex crime.
At Early Time, the scientific thriller follows last year’s “The Hot Zone”, starring Golden Globe and Emmy Award winner Juliana Margulies (“The Good Wife,” “ER”, “Snake on a Plain”) and It was viewed as National Geographic. The most viewed screenplay series. Kelly Sowders and Brian Peterson will return for a second installment as executive producers and Schorber. They were Ridley Scott and David W. of Scott Free Production. Joins Zucker, who will also executive produce alongside Jordan Sheehan and Linda Obst. Richard Preston is the co-executive producer on the series. Principal photography is slated to begin this winter 2021 in Toronto.
Goldwyn is represented by CAA, Untitled, and lawyers Shrek Rose Dapello Adams Berlin & Dunham. Kim is represented by Brillstein Entertainment Partners and UTA as well as Gang Tire Ramer ETC.
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Cynthia Silva has contributed.