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Deputy Superintendent Katherine Brennan, Chicago P.D.

Katherine Brennan is the Department Superintendent for the Chicago Police Department. She is portrayed by Anne Heche.
[May 11 2018   Cancelled: D.I.A. Deputy Director Patricia Campbell (Anne Heche), The Brave   ]

nup_179163_1053-e1517329889126D.I.A. Deputy Director Patricia Campbell (Heche), The Brave, has lowered its battle flag. NBC today canceled the freshman drama, one of three military-themed series introduced by the broadcast networks this season. Of them, only CBS’ SEAL Team made it to a second season. The CW freshman Valor also has been canceled.

 

[January 10   Anne Heche asks James Tupper for custody and child support of son Atlas   ]

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at the Los Angeles premiere ‘Big Little Lies’ at TCL Chinese Theatre on February 7, 2017 in Hollywood, California.

January 10 2018 Anne Heche filed a petition to establish custody and child support of their 8-year old son, asking the court to determine joint custody and “reasonable visitation” between her and James Tupper regarding their son, Atlas.

One-time divorced Heche is also asking that Tupper pay any legal fees she may endure during the court battle.   Heche. 48, and Tupper, 52, began dating in 2007. Heche has a 15-year-son named Homer from a previous relationship.

[November 8 2017 The Brave aired its 13th episode, stars Anne Heche ]

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Anne Heche stars in The Brave

The Brave is a NBC drama show that aired its first episode on September 25, 2017. It stars Anne Heche,

January 29th: The Brave finale drew a 0.7 adults 18-49 and 3.9 million total viewers (Live+Same Day), flat in the demo vs. last week. The NBC drama grew 15% in total viewers.

January 22d: The Brave (3.4 mil/0.6) dipped to its second-lowest numbers ever.

January 15th: The Brave (NBC) 0.7/3 3.91 million   rose by two tenths, a significant improvement

January 8: NBC’s The Brave returned from its holiday break to barely 3 million total viewers and a 0.6 demo rating, down 33 percent on both counts (from its most recent, apres-Voice airing) to (obviously) hit season lows.

NBC’s scripted series will start coming back from their holiday broadcast hiatuses at the very start of the new year, with Monday drama The Brave leading the pack with a January 8 midseason premiere. In announcing a bit of midseason scheduling last week, NBC also tucked in a note that “The Brave” wouldn’t go past 13 episodes this season. It came complete with a praise quote from a network honcho and the verbiage “a decision on a second season will be made at a later date.”

November 27 “The Brave” (0.9, 4.7 million) was down slightly.

November 13 The Brave pulled another 1.0 rating [1.0/4 5.11mil] in the key demo for NBC.

Nov. 6 NBC’s military series rose 25% among adults 18-49 from last week. “The Brave” (1.0, 5.2 million) was up in both measures from last week.

October 31 The Brave clocked 0.8, 4.7M, marking a series low

October 23   5.293 million viewers, #7; adults 18-49: 1.0, #T7

The Brave did a flat 1.0.

October 16

“The Brave” (1.0/4 in 18-49, 5.2 million viewers overall from 10:01-11 p.m. ET):

· Is currently running within 0.1 of last week’s rating in 18-49 (1.0 vs. 1.1) and is up in total viewers (5.160 million vs. 5.139 million), pending updates.

October 9 The Brave lost -0.1%:     5,138,000

September 30, 2017

NBC’s new drama The Brave was solid, with lifts over +40%
The Brave (NBC, 1.3, adjusted down a tenth, 6 million)
The Brave 1.3 1.9 +0.6 +46% 6.0 8.5 +2.6 +43%

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[July 22 Anne Heche and Wesley Snipes in Armed Response ]

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Anne Heche in Armed Response August 4, 2017(limited, On Demand)

[February 7 Anne Heche as cannibal’s mom ]

Divorce settlement amended.

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Anne Heche is currently working on two films, My Friend Dahmer and Armed Response

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Mother Dahmer

Anne Heche is the mother of cannibalistic murderer Jeffrey Dahmer in “My Friend Dahmer,” an adaptation of John Backderf’s award-winning graphic novel setup at Ibid Filmworks.
The story follows Dahmer through his senior year of high school and takes him right up to two weeks after high school graduation. While the real-life Jeffrey Dahmer went on to rape, murder and eat pieces from 17 male victims, you won’t see Lynch filleting human body parts anytime soon. The story ends on the eve of Dahmer’s first kill.

[November 7 2016 “elevated genre film” with Snipes and Anne Heche “Armed Response” ]

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Armed Response, fka Temple, Simmons and and Wesley Snipes’ Maandi Media DMM production company  are producing with Michael Luisi through Simmons’ Erebus Pictures, a specialty horror label he formed last year with WWE Studios to produce “elevated genre films,” while Snipes and Anne Heche are among the film’s stars, . Other cast members include Dave Annable (“Brothers and Sisters”) and WWE wrestling star Seth Rollins. John Stockwell (“Middle of Nowhere,” “Blue Crush”) is directing. Based on a script by Matt Savelloni, the film reportedly tells the story of a team of trained operatives who experience strange phenomena after becoming trapped in an isolated military compound when its artificial intelligence shuts down.   “Maandi strives to create elevated multi-media content that appeals to all demographics worldwide — from childhood fan to feature film collaborators.”

[September 23 Anne Heche at TIFF: ‘remarkable’ Catfight ]

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This odd, nasty yet rather funny little film tears apart ideas of sisterhood and female friendship and replaces them with burning hate and gratuitous violence. The knock-down-drag-out pounding that Sandra Oh and Anne Heche exchange not once but three times in Catfight,   The choreography of the outrageously extended fight scenes by stunt coordinator Balint Pinczehelyi is remarkable, with each successive appearance of exhaustion and surrender giving way to another flailing bout of punches and kicks, accompanied by amped-up visceral sound effects. Venue: Toronto International Film Festival (Special Presentations)
Production companies: MPI Media Group

To put it bluntly, TIFF has become a dumping ground, serving up hundreds of new movies with hardly any discernible sense of curation. Aristic director Cameron Bailey seems to accept virtually any film with a couple starry names in the cast — provided that they agree to walk the red carpet, of course.

[May 16 2015 USA Network Dig: following soft ratings, decides to dump ]

Anne Heche stars in One Shot (2015) - Release Info  2015-06-01

Anne Heche stars in One Shot (2015) – Release Info 2015-06-01


Now, as its lead female star, Anne Heche sizes up “Dig” in retrospect a massive production focusing on tales of murder, conspiracy and intrigue in the fields of archeology, politics and religion.
The Jason Isaacs-fronted conspiracy drama was initially envisaged an event series that could return with a different mystery each season, ratings permitting.

However, following soft ratings, the network has decided not to pursue a second season, with Dig now existing as a limited ten-part event series (AKA miniseries).

[May 13 Anne Heche: more secrets, conspiracies and beliefs for ‘Dig’]
Air date Episode 18-49 demo % demo change Viewers (mil) % mil change

Thurs 3/5/2015 01-01 0.56 1.834

Thurs 3/12/2015 01-02 0.42 -25.00% 1.446 -21.16%

Thurs 3/19/2015 01-03 0.40 -4.76% 1.428 -1.24%

Thurs 3/26/2015 01-04 0.38 -5.00% 1.337 -6.37%

Thurs 4/2/2015 01-05 0.21 -44.74% 0.925 -30.82%

Thurs 4/9/2015 01-06 0.26 23.81% 0.948 2.49%

Thurs 4/16/2015 01-07 0.28 7.69% 1.075 13.40%

Thurs 4/23/2015 01-08 0.21 -25.00% 0.937 -12.84%

Thurs 4/30/2015 01-09 0.19 -9.52% 1.085 15.80%

Thurs 5/7/2015 01-10 0.28 47.37% 1.051 -3.13%

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Season averages 0.32 rating among adults 18-49 1.21 million total viewers

USA Network has’Dig’ up for renewal – or not.

[March 10 religious conspiracy thriller gets sustaining ratings]

Split, Croatia not Jerusalem

Split, Croatia not Jerusalem

Dig is in the realm of the Da Vinci Code, an incredible thriller set in an incredible location. It digs up the secrets, conspiracies and beliefs in a certain part of the world.

Dig is in the realm of the Da Vinci Code, an incredible thriller set in an incredible location. It digs up the secrets, conspiracies and beliefs in a certain part of the world.

The combined runs across all three plays on USA on Thursday March 5:combined L3 audience of 5.8 MM total viewers.In total, a combined audience of almost 9MM tuned in for the premiere of Dig across USA and its sister networks, including Bravo, E!, Esquire and Oxygen from March 5- March 8.
[March 8] DIG, USA’s religious conspiracy thriller — drew a 0.6 rating among adults 18-49 on March 5, with 1.83 million total viewers, was pretty close to the 0.55 rating and 1.75 million viewers USA drew on February 26 in the same time slot with an old Law & Order: SVU.

[September 17 2014
USA Network has made it official, picking up four additional episodes of DIG to bring the upcoming action thriller event series to a total of 10. The network also set a March 5 premiere date for the murder-mystery drama set against the backdrop of modern Jerusalem. FBI agent Peter Connelly under the guidance of his new boss, and occasional lover, Lynn Monahan (Anne Heche).

[September 17 Dig premiere March 5]
USA Network has pushed back the planned fall launch of its six-episode event series “Dig” to 2015 because of the conflict in the Middle East. USA is likely to pick up more episodes beyond the original order of six.

[September 8 USA Network Series Turns Split Into Jerusalem\
That was strange sight. You are walking through Split, enjoying peaceful atmosphere, maybe thinking where to go for a lunch. Suddenly, you find yourself in a Ban Mladen Street, surrounded by signs written in Hebrew, Israeli flags hung on buildings, and restaurant you always knew as Konoba Hvaranin offers a range of Middle East specialties. Finally – to make it even more bizarre – a bunch of Palestinian protesters is stopped by strong police forces. Parallel universe? No, just filming of another big TV production in Split.

[August 20 USA’s ‘Dig’ Moves Filming to Croatia  Sept. 1

Pay the rent

The cast and crew had been lensing on location in Israel since early summer. After fighting broke out between Israel and Gaza in July, however, NBC execs made the difficult decision to pull out their teams, relocating them instead to Albuquerque while scouting for a location whose exteriors could pass as Jerusalem on screen.

They will arrive in the Balkans on Sept. 1 for 13 days of shooting. Interior shots will continue to be filmed in Albuquerque. Croatia was selected.

[July 19 Anne Heche: after the MacGuffin – Cannon Fodder: Israeli zombie movie set in Lebanon]

Heche plays the head of the FBI office in Jerusalem

Anne Heche plays the head of the FBI office in Jerusalem

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Anne Heche in 1997’s “Volcano.”

Heche will play the head of the FBI office in Jerusalem in USA Network’s six-episode thriller “Dig,” Heche is coming off a brief run in the NBC comedy “Save Me” and is doing an arc on NBC’s Michael J. Fox Show. “Dig” will be filmed entirely in Jerusalem. The story line follows an FBI agent’s search for a religious artifact linked to a potentially world-changing conspiracy hundreds of years in the making while investigating the murder of a female archaeologist. Any resemblance to a Dan Brown story or an Indiana Jones adventure is of course purely coincidental. UCP produces “Covert Affairs,” “Psych,” “Royal Pains” and “Suits” for USA; “Alphas,” “Defiance,” and “Warehouse 13” for Syfy. Owner(s) NBCUniversal (Comcast Corporation)

The MacGuffin technique is common in films, especially thrillers. Usually the MacGuffin is the central focus of the film in the first act, and thereafter declines in importance. Hitchcock defined a MacGuffin as the object around which the plot revolves, but as to what that object specifically is, he declared, “the audience don’t care”.

The main characters, Commander Doran and his Special Ops Team, are walking-talking stereotypes and the fact they speak Hebrew doesn’t change a thing about this. Writer/director Eitan Gafny doesn’t bother to create a brooding, unsettling atmosphere and seemingly doesn’t want us to have sympathy for any of the characters (including the totally innocent Lebanese population). Painful to watch as a genuine horror fan, the extreme gore and excessive bloodshed is all computer-generated garbage that didn’t require any cinematic craftsmanship.

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