AN FBI INVESTIGATION THREATENS TO REVEAL
SOME NEIGHBORHOOD SECRETS, ON ABC'S "THE GATES"
"Identity Crisis" - FBI Agent Kat Russo arrives at Nick's precinct in search of a criminal who may have taken refuge in The Gates. But the deeper Russo digs, the closer she comes to uncovering the community's dark secrets, and Nick finds he must balance the demands of the Bureau with preserving harmony within The Gates. Elsewhere, Andie's "hunger" leaves her weaker by the day, and Brett is willing to do whatever it takes to keep her sated; on the rebound from his recent breakup, Charlie finds himself with an unexpected new crush; Behind her mother's back, Mia seeks Devon's tutelage in the ways of the Craft; and still reeling from Christian's betrayal, Dylan and Claire struggle to repair their bond, on "The Gates," SUNDAY, AUGUST 22 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
"The Gates" stars Frank Grillo as Nick Monohan, Marisol Nichols as Sarah Monahan, Rhona Mitra as Claire Radcliff, Luke Mably as Dylan Radcliff, Travis Caldwell as Charlie Monohan, Skyler Samuels as Andie Bates, Colton Haynes as Brett Crezski, Chandra West as Devon, Victoria Platt as Peg Mueller, Justin Miles as Marcus Jordan and Janina Gavankar as Leigh Turner.
Guest starring are McKaley Miller as Dana Monohan, Georgia Cole as Emily Radcliff, James Preston as Lukas Ford, Devyn Tyler as Mia Mueller, Linden Ashby as Ben McAllister, Paul Blackthorn as Christian Harper, Rachel DiPillo as Lexie, Andrew Sensening as bank manager, Katheryn Winnick as Kat Russo, Kim Wall as Mrs. DeRoy and Jon Davis as Robert Jessup.
"Identity Crisis" was directed by Steve Miner and written by Scott Nimerfro.
"The Gates is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound. This program carries a TV-14,L,V parental guideline.