TYLER HOECHLIN, JUSTIN CHATWIN, SAMUEL ANDERSON, AND ELIZABETH FAITH LUDLOW BOARD NETFLIX SCI-FI DRAMA SERIES ANOTHER LIFE
-- Omar Madha to direct first two episodes of the series --
· Tyler Hoechlin, Justin Chatwin, Samuel Anderson and Elizabeth Faith Ludlow have boarded the Netflix sci-fi drama series Another Life, from creator/showrunner Aaron Martin (Slasher, Saving Hope, Degrassi: The Next Generation) and producer Noreen Halpern (Alias Grace) through her Halfire Entertainment shingle, both of whom are executive producing.
· The four join previously announced Katee Sackhoff and Selma Blair.
· Prolific television director Omar Madha will direct the first two episodes of the 10-episode series, which Netflix ordered to series last April.
· Another Life centers on astronaut Niko Breckinridge (Sackhoff) who is focused on searching for alien intelligence. She leads a crew on a mission to explore the genesis of an alien artifact. As Niko and her young crew investigate, they face unimaginable danger on what might very well be a one-way mission.
· Hoechlin ("Supergirl," "Can You Keep A Secret," "Bigger," "Everybody Wants Some") plays 'Ian Yerxa,' the former commander of The Salvare space explorations ship, who loses the post to Niko.
· Chatwin ("Shameless," "Orphan Black") plays 'Erik Wallace,' part of the United States Interstellar Command, dedicated to finding intelligent life out in the universe and husband of Commander Niko Breckenridge (Sackhoff).
· Anderson ("Loaded," "Dr. Who," "Trollied") plays 'William," a holographic interface of a sentient A.I. Neither a futuristic Tin Man, nor a robot who pines to be human, William is a new form of life with the knowledge of all humanity at his disposal.
· Ludlow ("The Walking Dead," "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2", "Godzilla: King of the Monsters") plays 'Cas Isakovic,' Niko's second-in-command and staunchest ally, filled with courage and moral conviction.
· Omar Madha's credits include the series "Scorpion," "Turn," "24: Live Another Day," "Person of Interest," "The Blacklist" and the pilot of Dick Wolf's "Law & Order: UK.