WE tv will debut its first original scripted drama The Divide with a special two-hour premiere on Wednesday July 16 at 9 PM. The series will then move to its regular 10 PM timeslot beginning Wednesday, July 23. Written by Richard LaGravenese (Behind The Candelabra) and co-created by LaGravenese and Tony Goldwyn (Conviction), the eight-episode series explores the personal cost of morality, ambition, ethics, politics, and race in today’s justice system through the eyes of Christine Rosa (Marin Ireland), an impassioned case worker with The Innocence Initiative, and Adam Page (Damon Gupton) an equally passionate district attorney and political rising star. AMC Studios is producing.
WE TV Sets July Premiere For ‘The Divide’
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