'Ouija: Origins of Evil' Actress Annalise Basso Joins Go90 Series 'Cold'
The 10-episode drama is set to premiere Oct. 13.
Annalise Basso is set to star in the lead role of the upcoming go90 drama Cold.
Basso (Ouija: Origins of Evil) will play 16-year-old Isla Wallis, a young Canadian girl who discovers that her real father is in prison for killing the mother she never knew. Todd Lowe (Gilmore Girls, True Blood) has signed on to play the father. Jim True-Frost (Hostages) also has joined the cast, which is rounded out by Devery Jacobs and Vine star Marcus Johns.
Cold, which hails from New Form Digital's 2015 incubator program, was created and directed by Emily Diana Ruth, with Mike Sussman (12 Monkeys) serving as head writer on the project. The series is being executive produced by Kathleen Grace and Melissa Schneider.
The 10-episode drama is set to premiere Oct. 13 on go90, Verizon's ad-supported video streaming service.
"We couldn’t be more proud to bring Emily’s vision to life with this stellar cast from some of television’s best dramas," Schneider, senior vp development and production at New Form, the digital studio backed by Ron Howard, Brian Grazer and Discovery Communications, said Thursday in a statement. “We are excited about what this team was able to create and can’t wait to share with audiences on go90 — it will be sure to keep them on the edge of their seats."