Espionage Thriller Gray Heads into Production


Principal photography has started in Toronto on the espionage thriller series Gray from AGC Television, Lionsgate and Night Train Media.

Starring Patricia Clarkson and Lydia West, Gray is directed by Ruba Nadda (Queens; Roswell, New Mexico; NCIS: Los Angeles). The eight-part series is written by John McLaughlin (Black Swan, Hitchcock) based on an idea from best-selling author David Baldacci (Absolute Power).

Gray is the story of CIA spy Cornelia Gray (Clarkson), who comes in from the cold after 20 years in hiding, dodging the Government agents who suspected her of being a traitor. She returns to her old life just as it is discovered that there is a new mole within her old spy network.

On board as executive producers are AGC’s Ford and Diaz; Clarkson; McLaughlin; Baldacci; Nadda; Marc Shmuger; Lionsgate’s Agapy Kapouranis and Elliott Brannon; and Night Train Media’s Herbert L. Kloiber. AGC Studios will distribute in the U.S. represented by CAA, and Lionsgate Television International will handle distribution in the rest of the world.