‘Frequency’: Peyton List Cast As a Female Lead In CW Reboot

EXCLUSIVE: Peyton List (The Flash, Mad Men) has landed a sought after womanlike lead conflicting Riley Smith in Frequency, the CW’s play commander formed on Toby Emmerich’s sci-fi thriller.

The TV series, created by Supernatural showrunner Jeremy Carver, centers on Raimy (List), a womanlike military investigator in 2016 who discovers that she is means to pronounce around a ham radio with her disloyal father, Frank Sullivan (Smith), also a detective, who died in 1996.

Seen in 1996, Frank Sullivan has been clandestine for dual years. The aria of a assignment effectively broken his matrimony and distant him from his small girl, Raimy, though he gets a new possibility during building a attribute with her when she starts communicating with him from 20 years in a future. The dual forge a new attribute while operative together on an unused murder case, though unintended consequences of a ‘butterfly effect’ wreak massacre in a benefaction day. Mekhi Phifer co-stars as Lt. Satch DeLeon.

Emmerich’s underline took place in New York in 1999 and starred Jim Caviezel as carnage investigator John Sullivan who strangely creates hit with his late father Frank Sullivan (Quaid) accurately 30 years in a past on a day before his death.

The CW’s Frequency, from WBTV and Lin Pictures, is executive constructed by Carve, Emmerich, John Rickard, and Lin Pictures’ Dan Lin and Jennifer Gwartz.

List, repped by Innovative Artists and Schreck Rose, was a lead on a CW/WBTV’s The Tomorrow People and recurred on a CW/WBTV’s The Flash as good as ABC’s Blood Oil.