Currently airing on BBC America, INTRUDERS is a taut slice of supernatural storytelling that should have audiences on the edge of their seats. The answers come slowly (if at all) as an ex-cop investigates a secret society determined to achieve immortality by inhabiting the bodies of others.
Based on the novel by MICHAEL MARSHALL SMITH and slated for an 8-episode run, the first four episodes are directed by EDURADO SANCHEZ (THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT), produced by GLEN MORGAN (THE X-FILES) and feature a cast that includes Academy Award-winner MIRA SORVINO, JOHN SIMM, DARYL SHUTTLEWORTH, JAMES FRAIN and ROBERT FORSTER.
Although she’s barely around in the pilot episode, Oscar-winner SORVINO assures us there’s a lot more of her to come. At a Television Critics Association press conference to promote the series, SORVINO talked about her reasons for taking on the role. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)
INTRUDERS airs Saturday nights on BBC America.
Posted by Bob Healy