Apparently, the “Lethal Weapon” star isn’t getting too old for acting; will play a kindly professor
In the project, former "24" star Sutherland stars as Martin, a single father who discovers that his autistic son is communicating with him through a complex series of numbers, and may even be able to predict the future.
Glover will star as a professor who works with the son.
The pilot, written by "Heroes" alum Tim Kring, is produced by Chernin Entertainment and Tailwind Productions.
Glover's most recent regular television stint was a 2007-2008 run as Isaac Marshall on ABC's "Brothers & Sisters."