The Red Line's Noah Wyle Previews 'Profound' CBS Series — Watch Video

TVLine | 4/25/2019 | Vlada Gelman
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ER vet Noah Wyle is back in the Windy City, in a very different kind of Chicago drama.

The actor stars in the CBS limited event series The Red Line (debuting this Sunday at 8/7c) as Daniel Calder, a history teacher whose African-American husband is wrongfully shot to death by a white cop, throwing Daniel and his adopted daughter Jira (played by Aliyah Royale) into a grief tailspin. Meanwhile, the police officer (Shameless‘ Noel Fisher) responsible for the shooting has to confront his actions, and Jira’s biological mother (Hand of God‘s Emayatzy Corinealdi) struggles with whether to reconnect with the child she gave up.

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“The ripple effect that [the shooting] has, not just on the personal lives of those people, but the effect that it has on the city and the nation and the culture, is profound,” Wyle says in the above exclusive video.

“It’s a very Chicago story,” adds Fisher. “You...
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