NBC’s Charlaine Harris Drama ‘Redliners’ Casts Its Lead

NBC’s Redliners has found a heading lady.

Boss alum Hannah Ware has been tapped to star in a play commander from True Blood author Charlaine Harris, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Based on brief stories by Harris (NBC’s Midnight, Texas), a high-octane plan mixes humor, intrigue and espionage. It centers on a span of former operatives who get reactivated and drawn into a incomparable swindling while attempting to say their clandestine lives.

Ware will star as Anne Dewitt, a fiercely intelligent, formidably lethal, charmingly puzzling force of nature. One of Anne’s many secrets is that she is an ex-teacher/trainer (in a excellent art of assassination) for a Blackwater-like confidence organisation famous as The Service.

Shaun Cassidy will coop a book alongside Kelly Sue DeConnick. The twin will executive furnish alongside David Janollari and Jason Ensler, with a latter on house to approach a commander for Universal Television.

Ware, a sister of British thespian Jessie Ware, depends ABC’s ephemeral play Betrayal among her credits. She also played Kelsey Grammer’s disloyal daughter on Starz’s critically praised play Boss. The singer is repped by CAA, Liebman Entertainment and Schreck Rose.

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