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'Dig' On USA: Producers Talk Relocating from Jerusalem to Albuquerque, 'Da Vinci Code' Comparisons

USA Network’s “Dig” is perhaps the cabler’s most ambitious project to date — a high-concept mystery thriller that hails from “Homeland” executive producer Gideon Raff and “Heroes” creator Tim Kring. 1,703 more words

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Producer says filming in Jerusalem 'exhilarating'

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — “Dig” will arrive this fall on USA as a six-episode thriller set in Jerusalem, starring Jason Isaacs as an FBI agent and Anne Heche as head of the local FBI office. 233 more words

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NBC Give An Update On When Heroes Reborn Will Air

Spin-off series seem to be new trend for television, and Heroes Reborn is NBC’s entry to the race. Little is known about the return of Tim Kring’s once beloved series but at the Television Critics Association presentation yesterday, NBC chairman Robert Greenblatt gave… 417 more words

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TCA: USA Network Previews New Event Series 'DIG'

USA Network presented their new event series DIG at the Television Critics Association’s summer session on Thursday. The six-episode series stars Jason Isaacs (Harry Potter… 869 more words

TCA: USA Network's 'Dig' Extends Hiatus To Assess Jerusalem Production Shoot

A scheduled hiatus in production on USA Network‘s new series Dig has been extended a week while producers assess the situation and decide if they can continue to shoot the six-episode series in Jerusalem.  554 more words

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'Dig' on USA: Producers Debut Trailer, Talk Israel Filming Difficulties and Limited Series Model

USA Network debuted the first trailer from new drama “Dig” at the Television Critics Assn. summer press tour on Monday, with executive producers Tim Kring and Gideon Raff, along with stars Anne Heche and Jason Isaacs, on hand to introduce the high-concept series. 620 more words

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USA's Dig Promises Closed-End Story (With Ties to Third Temple Prophecy?)

USA Network’s Dig promises to spin a closed-ended, six-episode story that maybe just might rub up against, Da Vinci Code-style, a provocative religious concept. 334 more words

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