Crime is coming to AT&T Audience Network. This week, the channel announced their new series ICE will premiere in November.
From Antoine Fuqua and Robert Munic, the drama “follows the Green Family as they plunge into the underbelly of the Los Angeles diamond trade.” The cast includes Cam Gigandet, Jeremy Sisto, Ray Winstone, and Raymond J. Barry.
ICE premieres on November 16th at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
Read more details below:
EL SEGUNDO, Calif., Sept. 14, 2016 – AT&T* AUDIENCE Network® announced today that the original series, “ICE,” from global independent studio Entertainment One (eOne) and Antoine Fuqua’s Fuqua Films will premiere on Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Ten hour-long episodes are currently in production in Los Angeles and Vancouver and will air exclusively on both DIRECTV and AT&T U-verse.
The “ICE” cast includes Cam Gigandet (“The Magnificent Seven,” “The Twilight Saga” franchise), Jeremy Sisto (“Law and Order,” “Suburgatory”), Ray Winstone (“The Departed”), Audrey Marie Anderson (“Arrow”, “The Unit”), Judith Shekoni (“Heroes Reborn,” “The Twilight Saga” franchise), Ella Thomas (“Mistresses”), Chloe East (“Liv and Maddie”), Raymond J. Barry (“Training Day”), and Donald Sutherland (“The Hunger Games” franchise).
“ICE” is a high-impact, serialized crime drama that follows the Green Family as they plunge into the underbelly of the Los Angeles diamond trade. Jake (Gigandet) and Freddy (Sisto) are half-brothers brought together by their father Isaac (Barry), the patriarch behind G&G Diamonds and their uncle Cam (Winstone). After wildcard Freddy kills a prominent diamond dealer, his brother Jake must bail him out and save the family business from a crime lord of the Los Angeles Diamond trade (Shekoni). Jake must endure all of this while maneuvering amongst jewelry thugs, blood diamond deals, false certificates, the Feds, and Pieter Van De Bruin (Sutherland), a ruthless Afrikaner diamond merchant who now heads up an Antwerp-based diamond cartel.
Antoine Fuqua (“The Magnificent Seven,” “The Equalizer,” “Training Day”) is directing the first episode and serves as executive producer. The original series is written and executive produced by Robert Munic (“Fighting,” “The Cleaner”). eOne produces the show in association with AT&T and also controls international rights to the series.
What do you think? Are you a fan of Antoine Fuqua’s work? Will you check out ICE?