Harold Perrineau (Lost), Christopher Gorham (Covert Affairs), Max Arciniega (Blood and Oil), Bob Stephenson (Fight Club), Raymond Cruz (Breaking Bad), Laura San Giacomo (Just Shoot Me) and Graham Beckel (Halt and Catch Fire) round out the Season 3 cast of DirecTV’s anthology drama Full Circle. They join previously announced Dougray Scott, Kim Raver and Mariana Klaveno in the 10-episode season set to premiere in 2016. It will air on Audience Network on both DirecTV and AT&T U-verse.
The third season, Full Circle: Miami, revolves around a dramatic political conspiracy that unfolds inside a posh Miami hotel, where charismatic Senator Davis Faulkner (Scott) — who also is the front-runner to become the next President of the United States — finds himself entangled in a scandal that threatens to derail his campaign and destroy his life. His wife Madeline Faulkner (Raver) is a preacher’s daughter who always has been his rock, standing by his side amid all his prior indiscretions, specifically when it came to an affair with a prostitute named Angela Mancarlo (Klaveno).
Throughout the series we are introduced to the people who populate this political web, including Rick D’Andres (Gorham), Faulkner’s loyal Secret Service agent; Damon Houserman (Perrineau), his trusted campaign manager; Elena Medina (San Giacomo), a down-on-her-luck reporter; Sidney Waverly (Stephenson), a hard-nosed FBI agent; Alex Hidell (Arciniega), an innocent hotel staff member caught in the crosshairs; and Isaac Dellahunt (Beckel), the Senate Majority Leader and former head of the CIA, who is working with Federico Sturgis (Cruz), a former associate who also has his hands in organized crime with intent to bring down the Sen. Davis Faulkner.
Jorge Zamacona wrote Full Circle: Miami and will serve as executive producer. Nick Hamm (Rogue) is set to direct and produce. Momentum TV is the production company behind all three seasons, while FremantleMedia International handles global distribution of the series.
Scott is repped by WME and 42, Raver is with Atlas Artists and WME, Klaveno is repped by Shelter Entertainment and APA, Perrineau is repped by APA, Gorham is with Atlas Artists and CAA, Arciniega is repped by SMS Agency and Leverage Management, Stephenson is repped by Stone Manners Salners and the Arlook Group, San Giacomo is with Paradigm Agency and Rugolo Entertainment, and Cruz is repped by Media Artists Group.
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