Former 24 executive producer/director Brad Turner is reuniting with the series’ executive producer/showrunner Howard Gordon. Turner has joined Gordon’s new TNT spy drama series, Legends, as an executive producer and director. Based on the book by Robert Littell, Legends stars Sean Bean as an undercover FBI Deep Cover Operations agent who has the uncanny ability to transform himself into a completely different person for each job. Alexander Cary, Jonathan Levin, Ethan Reiff and Cyrus Voris also executive produce. In addition to their work together on 24, Turner, repped by APA and Cliff Gilbert-Lurie, directed an episode of Gordon’s Showtime series Homeland. Turner’s other credits include serving as co-executive producer/director on Hawaii Five-0 as well as directing multiple episodes of Nikita, and Prison Break.
Brad Turner Joins ‘Legends’ As EP/Director
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