Felicity Huffman, star of John Ridley’s ABC anthology array American Crime, is guest starring in Ridley’s ABC play commander Presence. The gig, singular to a commander only, stems from Huffman’s attribute with Ridley and associate Presence executive writer Michael McDonald, who also exec furnish Presence, and is a form of preference name actors do for writers and producers they have a clever attribute with. Huffman tweeted about her stint yesterday.
Figuring out a demeanour for PRESENCE – we guys like? pic.twitter.com/y2swNU1XBa
— Felicity Huffman (@FelicityHuffman) February 18, 2016
Presence, a stylish refurbish of a classical investigator genre, follows Presence Foster (Stephanie Sigman), a former Army maestro who finds herself interacting with a widely divergent, and rarely colorful cross-section of Los Angeles as she unintentionally starts a career as an unlawful Private Investigator. Huffman plays a rich Beverly Hills shipping heiress who hires Presence to find her son.
Underground’s Jessica de Gouw has requisitioned a repeated purpose conflicting Matt Bomer and Lily Collins in The Last Tycoon, Amazon’s play commander formed on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s final unprepared novel. The pilot, from Sony TV’s TriStar Television, was desirous by a life of film noble Irving Thalberg, on whom a book’s protagonist Monroe Stahr was based. De Gouw will play Minna Davis, a star of a studio who embodiesboth a glorious and dream that was Hollywood. She is repped by UTA, Kelly Tiffan, and Jackoway Tyerman.