Way forward for Succession star’s new TV present revealed past season 1
The Misplaced Image, starring Ashley Zukerman, has been cancelled by Peacock after only one season.
Based mostly on Dan Brown’s 2009 novel of the identical title, the ten-episode thriller collection noticed the Succession actor deliver iconic literary character Robert Langdon to life, as he labored to resolve a collection of puzzles and save his kidnapped mentor, Peter Solomon (Eddie Izzard).
In his efforts, Langdon finally ends up uncovering a chilling world conspiracy – and, in fact, winds up having to try to thwart that as nicely.
The Following‘s Valorie Curry (as Peter’s daughter Katherine), Southpaw‘s Beau Knapp (as Mal’akh), Arrow‘s Rick Gonzalez (as Capitol police officer Alfonso Nuñez), and ER‘s Sumalee Montano (as CIA director Inoue Sato) additionally featured.
Regardless of the actual fact it coated the entire story of the guide, followers had hoped that it’d proceed on to the occasions of Angels & Demons, The Da Vinci Code and Inferno, with Zukerman’s model of the famed Harvard symbologist catching as much as Tom Hanks’ take from the favored film variations.
“We have been so proud to deliver this action-packed thriller thriller to our members and loved watching this compelling collection unfold with a satisfying, full story,” Peacock stated in an announcement on Monday, January 24 (by way of Deadline).
“We’re grateful to Dan Dworkin, Jay Beattie, Dan Brown, Brian Grazer and Ron Howard together with CBS Studios, Think about Tv and UTV for bringing this worldwide bestselling novel to life.”
“In my thoughts, the Robert Langdon individuals hook up with from the books or the movies is the person who my character will develop into,” Zukerman beforehand advised EW, across the identical time because the US premiere on September 16, 2021. “I used to be leaning on that.”
The Misplaced Image airs on within the US, and was obtainable to stream by way of NOW and Sky within the UK.