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Legend of the Seeker’s Bridget Regan has been tapped to play Annabelle Granger in the TNT telepic Hide.
The project, which will debut Dec. 6 on the Turner-owned cable network, is based on Lisa Gardner‘s book of the same name. Regan joins Carla Gugino, who will play Boston Police Detective D.D. Warren, who is called to investigate the remains inside a buried chamber at an abandoned mental hospital.
The case leads Gugino’s character to Annabelle (Regan), a young woman who moved around a lot as a child, changing identities and hiding from things and people she knows nothing about. Warren uses clues from Annabelle’s upbringing to unravel the mystery behind her twist family history.
Filling out the cast are fellow stars Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Kevin Alejandro. Hide is being penned by Janet Brownell (Eloise at the Plaza), with John Gray (Ghost Whisperer, Helter Skelter) and Stephanie Germain (The Day After Tomorrow) attached to direct and executive produce, respectively.
The telepic is part of the net’s lineup of original movies under its upcoming TNT Mystery Movie Night franchise, which will feature six procedural dramas. The series kicks off Nov. 29 with Scott Turow’s Innocent, starring Bill Pullman, Marcia Gay Harden and Alfred Molina.
Regan, whose past small screen credits include stints on Six Degrees, Law & Order: Criminal Intent and The Black Donnollys, is repped by Gersh.
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