Sophia Bush Spy Thriller Surveillance Not Moving Forward at CBS

TVLine | 6/29/2019 | Ryan Schwartz
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Sophia Bush will not return to law enforcement after all: CBS has officially passed on the Chicago P.D. alumna’s drama pilot Surveillance, which was in contention for the 2019-2020 TV season.

Surveillance tested “through the roof,” according to Variety, but the end product was not seen as a good fit for the network. The would-be spy thriller centered on Bush’s Maddy, the head of communications for the NSA, who was torn between protecting the government’s secrets and her own. The cast also included Dennis Haysbert (The Unit), Matthew Modine (Stranger Things), Catalina Sandino Moreno (The Affair) and Raphael Acloque (24: Legacy).

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David C. White, who wrote the pilot, broke the news on Twitter. “Super bummed Surveillance won’t be going forward, but what an incredible experience it has been working with all of these amazing people,” he wrote. “My...
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