03 May 2014• • 1 Comments
Crackle's new sophisticated, intense thriller "Sequestered" is already being filmed, revealed cast member Heather Dubrow ("The Real Housewives of Orange County"), who also said it's easier than Reality TV. She told Celebuzz it was a drama about a murder trial jury, and the ins and outs of being sequestered and posted this photo taken on set.
The brunette beauty gave tidbits of informations on "Sequestered":
“I’m actually starting a new series next week for the Crackle network — Sony’s digital network — called Sequestered,” Heather said. “It’s a really great show about this jury, this trial, and this murder — it’s fun.
It’s a drama, but it’s sort of procedural because it is a trial and that sort of thing, but it’s really the ins and outs of being sequestered, this jury, and what happens,” she continued.
UPDATE: More tidbits on the shooting.
Sydney Lumet's drama "Twelve Angry Men" (1957), starring Henry Fonda, gets more than a remake in this thriller about a jury that is not only sequestered in a hotel but also caught up in a tampering scandal on a case with "major national political implications,". The cast also includes Jesse Bradford, Summer Glau, Patrick Warburton and Bruce Davison (see below).
We don't know much about the upcoming drama (set to premiere on Crackle in August), like Summer Glau's role for example but we will keep you updated with any new developments.
In the meantime, you can share your thoughts on Summer's new show below or in the dedicated forum thread.
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