Thriller Drama From ‘Leverage’ Creator, ‘The Blacklist’ Producers Gets NBC Production Commitment

NBC is teaming with Sony Pictures and Davis Entertainment, producers of the network’s top drama series The Blacklist, for another conspiracy thriller. "Leverage" And "The Librarian" Wrap PartyNBC has given a pilot-production commitment to drama Endgame, which will be written by Leverage co-creator John Rogers. It is described as a high-octane thriller about a former intelligence officer who, while working as a security expert for the wealthy, is wrongly accused of the brutal murder of his wife. A syndicate of powerful people offers him freedom in exchange for stopping high-stakes crimes, as he continues to avenge his wife’s death and uncover the game-like conspiracy among his mysterious employers. He eventually realizes he’s a player in a hundred-year-old tradition where the rich and powerful bet on the ultimate “game”: crime in our world. Rogers will executive produce with Davis Entertainment’s John Davis and John Fox.

This is Sony TV’s second pilot-production commitment at NBC this season, along with drama Game Of Silence, from Carol Mendelsohn and David Hudgins. The Blacklist returned for its second season on Monday to a 3.4 Live+Same Day rating in adults 18-49 and 12.3 million total viewers. The opener is projected to eclipse last fall’s series debut in Live+7 viewing.

In addition to Endgame, Rogers also is writing/executive producing TNT’s straight-to-series drama The Librarian, based on the network’s hit Librarian movie franchise.


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