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Claire Danes stars in Netflix limited series 'Beast in Me'

Claire Danes stars in Netflix limited series 'Beast in Me'

Netflix has ordered the limited series “The Beast in Me,” which will star Claire Danes. diverse to learn.

The series hails from writer Gabe Rutter, with Howard Gordon attached to serve as showrunner. The series reunites Gordon and Deans, who previously worked together on Showtime's hit series “Homeland.” Danes starred in the series, which Gordon co-created and executive produced.

The official log for “The Beast in Me” states: “Since the tragic death of her young son, acclaimed author Aggie Wiggs (Danish) has retreated from public life, unable to write, a ghost of her former self. But she finds an unexpected subject for a new book When the house next door is bought by Nile Sheldon, a famous and formidable real estate mogul who was once the prime suspect in his wife's disappearance. Simultaneously horrified and fascinated by this man, Aggie finds herself compulsively chasing the truth – chasing his demons while running from herself – in a game of cat And the mouse, which may turn into a deadly game.

Rutter is credited as the creator, writer, and executive producer of “The Beast in Me.” He most recently worked on the revival of “The X-Files” at Fox. Gordon will serve as showrunner and executive producer. Danes will executive produce as well as star. Daniel Pearl will write and executive produce. Conan O'Brien, Jeff Ross and David Kissinger will executive produce for Conaco. Jodie Foster also executive produces. The twentieth television is the studio.

Danes won two of her three Emmy Awards for Homeland, and received five nominations for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series overall for the show. She won another Emmy for HBO's “Temple Grandin.” She also won three Golden Globe Awards for Homeland and Temple Grandin. She was recently nominated for an Emmy and a Golden Globe for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series for the FX drama “Fleishman Is in Trouble.” Her film credits include “The Hours,” “Shopgirl,” and “Romeo + Juliet.”

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In addition to “Homeland,” Gordon is known for his work on shows like “24,” “The X-Files,” and “Beauty and the Beast.” He most recently co-created the Fox drama “Accused” and previously co-created the FX series “Tyrant.” He has received 14 Emmy nominations in his career for “Beauty and the Beast,” “The X-Files,” “24” and “Homeland.” He has won three awards so far, including Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series for “Homeland” alongside his co-creator, Alex Gansa, and Gideon Raff.

The Danes are repped by WME, Signpost Management and Ziffren Brittenham. Rotter is repped by CAA and Shuman Corporation. Gordon is repped by WME, 3 Arts Entertainment and Gendler Kelly & Cunningham.