OSCAR-NOMINATED ACTOR JAMES CROMWELL JOINS EPIX(R) SPY SERIES "BERLIN STATION"
Season Three of the Original Spy Series from Paramount Television & Anonymous Content
Premieres Monday, December 3 at 9pm ET/PT
NEW YORK, NY - October 10, 2018 - Premium television network EPIX(R) announced today iconic Oscar-nominated actor James Cromwell has joined the new season of Berlin Station, a 10-episode modern-day spy series that will get its third season premiere Monday, December 3 at 9pm ET/PT.
In a recurring guest role, Cromwell will play Gilbert Dorn, a former CIA legend put out to pasture who appears on a podcast revealing information about past missions. Currently in production in Budapest, season three takes place over the course of 11 days in Eastern and Central Europe as Chief of Station Valerie Edwards (played by Michelle Forbes) guides her team through the high-stakes relationship between Russia, the United States and its vulnerable NATO allies. Is the Kremlin involved in any foul play that could upend a thinly-held World Order?
Berlin Station also stars Richard Armitage as Daniel Miller, Richard Jenkins as Steven Frost, Rhys Ifans as Hector DeJean, Leland Orser as Robert Kirsch, Ashley Judd as BB Yates, Keke Palmer as April Lewis and, new this season, Ismael Cruz C�rdova who joins as the unpredictable CIA agent Rafael Torres.
Cromwell has nearly 200 film and TV credits that span a 45-year career. He will soon appear as John Brown in the Civil War-abolitionist film Emperor, directed by Mark Amin and starring Dayo Okeniyi (The Hunger Games). Earlier this year Cromwell was featured in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. His other films have included Star Trek: First Contact, L.A. Confidential, The Green Mile, Secretariat, Marshall, and he has also played the role of U.S. President four times. He is repped by Paradigm.
Berlin Station was created and is executive produced by Olen Steinhauer (author: The Tourist, All The Old Knives,The Cairo Affair). Academy Award(R) winner Eric Roth (Forrest Gump, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, House of Cards), along with Steve Golin, Kerry Kohansky-Roberts, Keith Redmon and Luke Rivett from Anonymous Content (The Detective, The Knick, Mr. Robot) also executive produce. The series is produced by Paramount Television and Anonymous Content. The series showrunner is Jason Horwitch (Rubicon, House of Cards).
EPIX, an MGM company, is a premium television network delivering a broad line-up of quality original series and documentaries, the latest movie releases and classic film franchises - all available on TV, on demand, online and across devices. A destination for premium content, EPIX is tripling the amount of original programming on the network beginning in 2018, with a roster of original series including Get Shorty starring Chris O'Dowd and Ray Romano, spy thrillers Berlin Station and Deep State, the return of Mark Burnett's boxing competition series The Contender and late-night stand-up comedy series Unprotected Sets from executive producer Wanda Sykes. In 2019, the network will premiere new series Godfather of Harlem starring Forest Whitaker, Pennyworth, the origin story of Batman's butler Alfred, from DC, and Our Lady, LTD starring Sir Ben Kingsley. Launched in October 2009, EPIX is available nationwide through cable, telco, satellite and emerging digital distribution platforms providing more movies than any other network with thousands of titles available for streaming.
About Paramount Television
Paramount Television is a leading studio, developing and financing a wide range of cutting-edge and entertaining television content across all media platforms for distribution worldwide. The studio's robust slate includes Tom Clancy's "Jack Ryan" (Amazon), "13 Reasons Why" (Netflix), "Maniac" (Netflix), "Berlin Station" (EPIX), "The Alienist" (TNT), "The Angel of Darkness" (TNT), "The Haunting of Hill House" (Netflix), "Catch-22" (Hulu), "First Wives Club" (Paramount Network), "Looking for Alaska" (Hulu), "Briarpatch" (USA), "Boomerang" (BET), "Shantaram" (Apple), "Defending Jacob" (Apple), "Dream Team" (BET), "The Contender" (EPIX) and "Snow Crash" (Amazon), among others. Paramount Television is part of Paramount Pictures Corporation (PPC), a global producer and distributor of filmed entertainment. PPC is a subsidiary of Viacom (NASDAQ: VIAB, VIA), a global content company with premier television, film and digital entertainment brands.
About Anonymous Content
Founded in 1999 by CEO Steve Golin, Anonymous Content is a leading management and Film, TV and Commercial production company. Anonymous Content manages the careers of many of the world's most renowned and innovative directors, writers, actors and comedians, working closely with them to achieve their goals by both creating and finding opportunities for them, whether in feature films, television, commercials, music videos or brand integrated content. Anonymous Content's clients have been recognized with Academy Awards(R), Emmys(R), Golden Globes(R), Tony Awards(R), Pulitzer Prizes(R) and other prestigious awards. The company's award-winning Film & TV division boasts many commercially successful and critically-acclaimed works, including BABEL, WINTER'S BONE, BEING JOHN MALKOVICH, ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND, 50 FIRST DATES, COLLATERAL BEAUTY, THE REVENANT and Best Picture Academy Award winning SPOTLIGHT. The company's TV slate includes "True Detective" (HBO), "The Knick" (Cinemax), "Mr. Robot" (USA Network), "Schitt's Creek" (POP), and "Berlin Station" (EPIX), as well as upcoming titles "13 Reasons Why" (Netflix), "The Alienist" (TNT), and "Maniac" (Netflix). Through its Commercial work,
Anonymous Content is also the driving creative force behind countless top brands, including Prada, Nike and Coke. In 2016, Anonymous Content received a substantial minority investment from Emerson Collective, the organization founded and run by Laurene Powell Jobs, to allow the firm to expand its production offerings in socially-relevant content aimed at inspiring change. For more information, visit www.anonymouscontent.com.