“Day 9: ReCast” – Jane flees town for her own protection while Bird continues to work the case. Meanwhile, Ali tries to keep the peace with Pete; and Red’s identity is revealed.
“Day 10: Fade Out” – Jane finds herself in immediate danger when the kidnapper’s identity is discovered. Bird’s investigation connects him to new evidence that leads to a shocking confrontation. Meanwhile, Ali reveals a secret to Pete; and Tom has to make a choice between family and his career on the dramatic season finale episode.
Cast: Kyra Sedgwick as Jane Sadler, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as Detective Bird, Erika Christensen as Ali, Kick Gurry as Pete, Felix Solis as Gomez, Josh Randall as Tom, Malcolm-Jamal Warner as Matt, Francois Battiste as Gus and Abigail Pniowsky as Lake.
“Day 9: ReCast” guest cast: Ali Liebert as Detective Nickole, Ella Thomas as Isabel, Nelson Lee as Sheldon, Mark L. Young as PJ, Lucas Near-Verbrugghe as Detective Buddy, Jeff Branson as Dominic, Shani Atias as Amira, Heather Horton as Marcy, Joe Adler as Marshal Grady, Nina Millin as Melissa Lee, Brent Chase as Officer Eddie and Suleka Mathew as Chantal.
“Day 10: Fade Out” guest cast: Ali Liebert as Detective Nickole, Beth Triffon as as MacKenzie, Ali Stroker as Tamara, Ella Thomas as Isabel, Currie Graham as Henry, Lucas Near-Verbrugghe as Detective Buddy, Harry Katzman as Jefferson, Jeff Branson as Dominic, Theo Pagones as Detective Bezic, Remi Dupree as Jane (10), Zachary Mooren as Adam, Michael Taylor as Quinn, Carlos Sanz as Chris Gomez, Mia Moore as Grace, West Liang as Ghent, Nalini Sharma as Alison, Megan Sousa as Sonia, Kym Jackson as Frances, Don Ackerman as Billy, Adrienne Visnic as Jane (18), Ethan Torres as Daniel Gomez and Angela Pupello as Nurse.
“Day 9: ReCast” was written by Sherry White and Aubrey Nealon and directed by Hanelle Culpepper, while “Day 10: Fade Out” was written by Tassie Cameron and directed by Steve Robin.
Series: Ten Days in the Valley Season 1 Episode 9
Air Date: Saturday, January 06, 2018
Time Slot: 9:00 PM-11:00 PM EST on ABC
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Hazell: Hazell and the Big Sleep (ITV 24 May 1979, with Ian Marter)
In Hazell and the Big Sleep, James goes undercover at an hotel, posing as a wealthy antiques expert from America. He has been hired by an old police colleague who now runs security at the hotel. Somebody is stealing on a pretty intense level.
There are plenty of suspects it would seem, from the concierges on the front desk, to various of the residents.
A chance meeting at the hotel with Choc Minty sees Hazell more or less being blackmailed into working for him – two Mafioso’s have arrived from the US and Minty wants Hazell to find out what they are up to. Especially as various big time London heavies are also showing up to pay their respects to them.
The so-called Australian girl who Hazell has been getting friendly with is actually an FBI agent, also on the trail of the two Mafia gents.
Not the best episode of the series by a long shot. The playing by all concerned is way too big for a start. Star Wars fans may find the episode of interest though for it’s brief appearance by Peter Mayhew who is best known for playing Chewbacca.
UK / ITV – Thames / 1×50 minute episode / Broadcast Thursday 24 May 1979 at 9.00pm
Writer: Trevor Preston / Production Design: Philip Blowers, Peter Elliott / Director: Baz Taylor
Series: Hazell Season 2 Episode 6
Nicholas Ball as James Hazell
Roddy McMillan as Minty
Desmond McNamara as Tel
Peter Bourke as Graham
Geraldine Gardner as Sheel
Richard Durden as Jeremy Ironside
Ian Marter as Roper
Glyn Jones as Meltzer
Blain Fairman as Koch
Irene Sutcliffe as Mrs Lovegood
George Tovey as Webb
Ken Parry as Lugosi
Peter Mayhew as Giant
James Fuller as Sam
Paul Haley as Dave Dunn
John Quarmby as Billy Bush
Martyn Whitby as Danny Scaife
Charles Pemberton as Tony Rycott
Rosalind Wilson as Girl in Office
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