Universal Cable Productions in association with Hypnotic are now in pre-production on an exciting new drama series pilot for USA Network, currently using the working title of "Untitled Falacci/Heuton Pilot". Casting notices have gone out in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, and Miami for principal actor speaking roles. In addition, the local extras casting director in Miami is holding an open casting call for featured and general background performers of all ages. Although the open casting call is for people 18 years of age and older, minors can submit via email for consideration. Shooting will take place entirely in Miami, FL beginning January 14, 2013.
Details on the open casting call and information on how talent can submit for acting roles can be found on the following casting post:
Starring in "Untitled Falacci/Heuton Pilot" is actor and musician Bryan Greenberg as Billy Whitley; Mexican model and actress Stephanie Sigman plays the role of Lourdes Nieves; professional ballet dancer and actress Amanda Schull portrays Melody, an extremely beautiful daughter of a wealthy former U.S. senator who also used to date Billy, and is now married to the fast-rising Miami district attorney Mario Morales; Cotter Smith will play Senator Paul Pruit, Melody's father; MTV Movie Awards nominee Stephen Root plays political power broker and campaign manager Avery Boomer; Manolo Cardona plays University of Miami Professor Andres Vargas.
Film, television, commercial and music video director Kevin Bray will direct from an adapted teleplay written by Nicolas Falacci and Cheryl Heuton, based on an Elmore Leonard short from his anthology "When The Women Come Out To Dance". Bray has directed such TV series as "Cold Case," "The Vampire Diaries," "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," "Burn Notice," and "Suits". The husband and wife creative team of Nicolas Falacci and Heuton Heuton created the television series "Numb3rs," and served as executive producers and head writers. Executive producing is Heuton and Falacci, along with Hypnotic's Doug Liman, David Bartis, Gene Klein, and Lindsay Sloane.