ANTHONY EDWARDS RETURNS TO SERIES TELEVISION AS HANK GALLISTON, THE MAN IN THE MIDDLE OF A CONSPIRACY FOR THE AGES, AS HE RACES AROUND THE WORLD TO FIND HIS WIFE AND SAVE HUMANITY —
Three-Time Emmy Award-Winner Charles S. Dutton Guest Stars as Father Mickle
Anthony Edwards – along with a dynamic ensemble cast — returns to network series television in the dramatic adventure thriller, “Zero Hour,” which will have his character, Hank Galliston, questioning everything and everyone he ever believed in – including himself.
- In the premiere episode, “Strike,” it’s a race against time for Hank Galliston (Edwards) after his wife, Laila (Jacinda Barrett), is abducted by the international terrorist “White Vincent” (Michael Nyqvist). As the publisher of a paranormal enthusiast magazine, Modern Skeptic, Hank has spent his career debunking myths and investigating conspiracies. Now, seemingly out of nowhere, he is thrust into the middle of one of the biggest conspiracies in human history, sparked by his wife’s discovery of an antique clock at a Brooklyn flea market — a clock that possesses much more than the power to tell time. With help from FBI Agent Rebecca “Beck” Riley (Carmen Ejogo) and his two young magazine staffers, Rachel (Addison Timlin) and Arron (Scott Michael Foster), they set out on a journey to find Laila, but soon find their mission is much bigger than just saving one woman.
- Contained in one of his wife’s clocks is a treasure map, and what it leads to could be cataclysmic. It’s up to Hank to decipher the symbols and unlock the secrets of the map, while ensuring the answers don’t fall into the wrong hands — hands that belong to a sinister, mysterious man known only as White Vincent. Now Hank, Rachel, Arron and “Beck” must embark on a breathless race against the clock to not only find Hank’s wife but save humanity.
- Everyone has a personal stake in this life and death mission, from Hank, the everyman whose destiny is more intertwined in this conspiracy than he ever imagined, to Laila, the warm and loving wife who refuses to simply be a pawn in this struggle, to “Beck,” the FBI agent with plenty of secrets of her own. White Vincent has interests far more grand than the treasure that lies at the end of the hunt – and a mysterious past connecting him to Hank in ways that go beyond this game of cat and mouse. And while Arron is a sucker for a good conspiracy theory, Rachel relies more on her head and her heart to guide her beliefs. But as this story unravels, knowing what to believe – and more importantly, whom to believe — becomes more and more difficult.
Whom and what will you believe?