Complex Networks and Insurrection Media in association with MXN Entertainment announced that production on their new homeland security workplace comedy series, “Liberty Crossing,” is starting today in Los Angeles.
Set to premiere later this year on go90, the series focuses on a young intelligence analyst at the National Counter Terrorism Center who must untangle a terror plot while dealing with the office’s petty backstabbing and bureaucracy — all the while putting up with his meddling family.
“Our creators Daniel Radosh & Michael Harrison have written the kind of extraordinary show that, when cast under the expertise of Seth Yanklewitz, has attracted a world-class pool of talented actors,” expressed Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, CEO of Insurrection Media.
The cast includes Calum Worthy (“Austin & Ally”), Pete Ploszek (“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” “Teen Wolf”), Shelley Hennig (“Teen Wolf”), Ashley Argota (“True Jackson VP,” “The Fosters”), James Urbaniak (“Difficult People”), Matt Besser, and Adam Faison.
“Our incredibly talented production and creative team behind Liberty Crossing have assembled an outstanding cast of actors to bring the workplace comedy about surviving life inside government institutions to life,” said Justin Killion, General Manager of Premium Content for Complex Networks. “And the timing for a comedy about government dysfunction and intrigue couldn’t be more fitting.”
Directed by Todd Berger, “Liberty Crossing” is created and executive produced by Emmy nominated Daniel Radosh (“The Daily Show”)and Michael Harrison. Other executive producers include Oscar-nominated Mason Novick (“Juno,” “500 Days of Summer,” “Young Adult”), Michelle Knudsen (“Bad Words,” “Hidden”), Emmy-nominated Deborah Henderson (“Snow in August,” “The Two of Us”), Justin Killion, and Cory Stern.