It's a double dose of "Buffy" star Sarah Michelle Gellar, who makes her return to television playing two very different twin sisters.
Siobhan Martin and Bridget Kelly
Sarah Michelle Gellar plays both of the twin sisters in The CW's new drama. Siobhan Martin and Bridget Kelly are reunited in New York when Bridget flees after witnessing a crime and being put in witness protection.
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Tara Summers as Gemma
Gemma (Tara Summers) is Siobhan's (Sarah Michelle Gellar) best friend.
Ioan Gruffudd as Andrew Martin
Ioan Gruffudd plays Andrew Martin, a millionaire and the husband of Siobhan.
Sarah Michelle Gellar
"What was so interesting after I came back was that I realized how much I missed it," Sarah Michelle Gellar said of her return to television.
Nestor Carbonell as Victor Machado
Nestor Carbonell (Lost) plays Victor Machado, a federal agent determined to protect Bridget Kelly in witness protection.
Sarah Michelle Gellar as Bridget Kelly
Sarah Michelle Gellar stars as Bridget Kelly, a recovering addict, struggling to turn her life around.
Siobhan Martin and Andrew Martin
Siobhan Martin (Sarah Michelle Gellar) and Andrew Martin (Ioan Gruffudd) start out as a couple that seem very much in love. But appearances can be deceiving.
When Siobhan suddenly disappears, seemingly taking her own life, Bridget makes the split decision to take on her sister's identity.
Sarah Michelle Gellar and Ioan Gruffud
Siobhan (Sarah Michelle Gellar) is fabulously wealthy, with a strikingly handsome husband, Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd, The Fantastic Four) - who has no idea that Bridget exists.
Nestor Carbonell (Lost) plays the roll of Agent Victor Machad, who is tasked with protecting Bridget after she witnesses a crime.
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