Monday, August 1, 2016

Audience Network Renews 'Rogue' for Fourth and Final Season

Audience Network has renewed its original drama series Rogue for a fourth and final season. Production on the final 10 episodes will begin shortly for a Spring 2017 premiere. Additionally, Meaghan Rath (Being Human) has been cast as a new female lead - joining returning cast members Cole Hauser and Ashley Greene.

In the fourth season, Rogue moves back to San Francisco as characters seek revenge and redemption. During his quest to slay his past ghosts, Ethan Kelly (Hauser) falls into a hellish labyrinth of criminality and betrayal by the police. Meanwhile, Mia Rochlan (Greene) seeks revenge and will stop at nothing to make Ethan pay for double-crossing her. Rath will play Clea Annou, a sharp San Francisco police detective with relentless dedication to her job and her family.

Matthew Parkhill created the drama and will continue to serve as showrunner for the final season. He executive produces with John Morayniss, Nick Hamm and Michael Rosenberg. Entertainment One produces.

"Rogue has been a tentpole for Audience Network since its launch and has developed a devoted fan base that has fallen in love with the characters," said Christopher Long, Senior Vice President, Original Content and Production, AT&T. "The final season will not disappoint and promises to deliver all of the intensity and powerful drama-filled storylines the show is known for."