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Miniseries Dig delves into ancient mysteries (with video)

Showcase’s new miniseries Dig may initially be about the murder of a U.S. national on foreign soil, but as its title urges, the action thriller probes beneath the surface to uncover something much more sinister. 634 more words


Brain Mapping Society Honors 'Dig' Writer-Producer Tim Kring

As a cause, brain mapping doesn’t have a slogan as catchy as “Stand Up to Cancer.” Pro football teams aren’t donning a special color to support research. 631 more words


USA Drama 'Dig' Opens to Modest Ratings Thursday

USA, in search of a needed new drama hit, opened its international mystery series “Dig” to sluggish same-night numbers on Thursday.

According to Nielsen “live plus same-day” estimates, the first hour of the 10-part event series averaged a 0.56 rating in adults 18-49 (about 711,000 viewers in the demo) and 1.83 million viewers overall.  124 more words


'Dig' Premiere: Jason Isaacs Dispels 'Da Vinci Code' Comparisons, Talks 'Creepy' New Thriller

USA Network’s “Dig,” a 10-part mystery thriller created by “Homeland’s” Gideon Raff and “Heroes'” Tim Kring, premieres at 10 p.m. on March 5. The event series stars Jason Isaacs as Peter Connelly, an FBI agent recently stationed in Jerusalem who begins investigating the murder of a young American and inadvertently uncovers an ancient international conspiracy that threatens to change the course of human history. 3,073 more words


TV Review: 'Dig'

Writer-producer Tim Kring likes telling a certain kind of story, incorporating far-flung locales, disparate characters and a vaguely supernatural element, with the connections only becoming apparent over time (and sometimes, not completely even then). 487 more words


DIG: Tim Kring and Gideon Raff Interviews (2015)

When creating a limited-event TV series that spans three continents and involves both a religious conspiracy dating back 2,000 years and a modern murder mystery, it is smart to bring in the talents of writers and producers of the calibre of Tim Kring, known for his work on HEROES, and Gideon Raff, who created PRISONERS OF WAR and its American version HOMELAND. 587 more words

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