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24.5%
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8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
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About this title

Storyline

Messiah explores the lines among religion, faith and politics. It chronicles the modern world's reaction to a man who first appears in the Middle East creating a groundswell of followers around him claiming he is the Messiah. Is he sent from God or is he a dangerous fraud bent on dismantling the world's geopolitical order? The story unfolds from multiple points of view, including a young CIA agent, an Israeli Shin Bet officer, a Latino preacher and his Texan daughter, a Palestinian refugee and the media, among others.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Canceled

Language: English

Release Date: January 1, 2020

Also Known As: Messiás, Мессия |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

middle east conflict
cia
messiah
isis (daesh)

Company Credits

Production Co: Industry Entertainment

Cast

Yousef Kiwan
as Muezzin
Aaron McPherson
as Sean
Oscar McKenzie
as Compound Kid
Cher Calvin
as News Anchor
Maysa Alsharbini
as Woman #2
Emily Kinney
as Staci Hardwick
Jessica Anderson
as Times Reporter
Micah Tootoo
as Collier's Aide
Itamar Roitberg
as Young Aviram
Elena Hinnawi
as Waitress
Matt Page
as Collins
Nimrod Hochenberg
as Israel
Stefania LaVie Owen
as Rebecca Iguero
Timothy Finch
as Angry protestor
Benjamin Keepers
as Dog Owner/Father
Archana Prasanna
as Follower
Odai Al Fawaz
as Follower #1
Tim R. Worley
as Stunned Follower
Rami Delshad
as Palestinian - Al Jiffik
Tamir Ginsburg
as Male Israeli Soldier
Isaiah Smith
as Looter
Jacqueline Torres
as Rita Garcia
Hélène Cardona
as International Reporter
Nick Eagles
as Assistant Librarian
Michael O'Neill
as Cameron Collier
Jennifer Yun
as Kwun
Tania Mejia
as Buzzfeed Reporter
Robert Diago DoQui
as KCLX Reporter
David Phyfer
as Church Attendee/Supporter
Rasheed Malhas
as Mosque Cleric #2
Gabe Baca
as Texas state trooper Sabin
Anita Moore
as TV Reporter
Anthony D. Dunn
as Reporter
Jordyn Aurora Aquino
as Durham Motel Receptionist
Dan Matteucci
as Police Officer
Faisal Al-Bdour
as Police Officer - Temple Mount
Nabeela Fakhoury
as Angry Woman - Temple Mount
Yvette Fazio-Delaney
as Caravan traveler/Church goer
Evan Holtzman
as Recruit - DC
Ahmad Harb
as Detractor #1
Habib Tbeshat
as Refugee #3
Shreya Nagesh
as WUSA9 Reporter
Julie Hanna
as FEMA Worker
Roy Yerushaimi
as Dive Bartender
Tomer Sisley
as Aviram Dahan
Christopher Dalton
as Post Reporter
Morse Bicknell
as FBI Agent
Beth Bailey
as Doctor
Frances Lee McCain
as Patty
Akuc Bol
as Mademoiselle Sophie
Sonia Bendhaou
as Teenaged Girl
Austin Sissom
as Library Student
Shlomo Toledo
as Warden
Adam Lewis Harvey
as Westboro Baptist Man
Stephen Burhoe
as Security Guard - Holding Cell
Emma Blancovich
as Follower
Jane Adams
as Miriam Keneally
Debrianna Mansini
as Sandy McGreevy
Naby Dakhli
as Adar Golshiri
Ebrahim Asha
as Palestinian #1
Tom Fields
as Follower
Nicole Scimeca
as Raeah Hardwick
Dennis Wildberger
as FBI Agent
Poorna Jagannathan
as Sanjana Mirza
John Andrews
as Jogger
Jennifer Jajeh
as Late Night Host
Joe Rojas Jr.
as Luis
Sharon Tal
as Netta
Thomas Kopache
as Judge Harold Pleva
Aidan Finkler
as Follower/Tourist Family
Roby Attal
as Eric
Wesley Spangler
as Traveler
Casey Sharp
as Nerdy Guy
Judi Finkler
as Follower/Tourist Family
Robert Way
as Airport Traveler
Sidney Finkler
as Follower/Tourist Family
Clint McGown
as Airport Passenger
Mattar Odeh
as Mosque Cleric
Kenneth Miller
as Larry
Clyde C Harris
as DC Metro Police Officer
James Randi
as James Randi
Augie Duke
as Skye
Kal Naga
as Yacob
Brad Eaton
as Follower
Michael E. Stogner
as Dilley Citizen
Wil Traval
as Will Mathers
Christopher Heyerdahl
as Oscar Wallace
Beau Bridges
as Edmund DeGuilles
Merritt C. Glover
as Paramedic
Keely Borland
as Follower
Elizabeth Thorp
as FBI Agent
Delana Michaels
as Doris Pleva
Iqbal Theba
as Danny Kirmani
Tim Johnson
as Dwayne
Daniel Berry
as Valet
Nabiha Akkari
as Jibril's Mother
Vardi Moscovitch
as Sergeant
Mahmoud Al Atrash
as Syrian #2
Philip Baker Hall
as Zelman Katz
Siddiq Saunderson
as Keon Woods
Brenda Cobb
as Follower/Tourist
Paul Blott
as Store Rep
Amie MacKenzie
as Deputy Counsel Victoria Lang
Steve Wedan
as Cardinal of N.Y.
Esodie Geiger
as Nurse
David C. Johnson
as Religious Follower
Kyle Pierson
as Trial Attendee
Melinda Page Hamilton
as Anna Iguero
Ori Pfeffer
as Alon
Dermot Mulroney
as President Young
Khalid Zamamiri
as Rashid
Kim Cheek
as Follower/Tourist
Karen Marie Norris
as Journalist
Todd Truley
as Secretary Lauton
Mario Telles
as Towns Person
Secret Embers
as DC Metro Police Officer
Jackson Hurst
as Jonah Hardwick
Blake Boyd
as Fox Anchor
Liya Kurmesh
as Ellie
Fray Forde
as Dude Bro
Cynthia Casaus
as Religious Follower
Batsheva Ottolenghi
as Female Israeli Soldier
Roger Tyler
as DC Police
Nadeem Rimawi
as Refugee
Virouna Elia
as Extra
Adison Finkler
as Follower/Tourist Family
Mehdi Dehbi
as Al-Masih
Rona-Lee Shim'on
as Mika
Younes Bouab
as Cleric Zaid
Sayyid El Alami
as Jibril Hassan
Is'haq Elias
as Cleric
Farès Landoulsi
as Samer
Udi Razzin
as Cab Driver
Abby Glover
as Preppy Student
Samantha Huskey
as News Pundit
Nina Leon
as Reporter
Skyler Chase Thomas
as Dog Owner/Young Son
Carol Sutton
as Old Woman at Baptist Church
Sura Alananbeh
as Woman #1
Annji Lakoud
as Young Boy's Mother - Temple Mount
Khader Baidoon
as Imam
Stephanie Burke
as Commentator
Jameel Khoury
as Militia Leader
Eden Saban
as Samer's Future Wife
Stacy Harris
as Protestor/Tardy Churchgoer
Darlene Kellum
as Follower
Christina Munn
as Follower
David Cohen
as Follower
Michelle Monaghan
as Eva Geller
Amine Zarak
as Malik
Nick McCallum
as Ben Geller
Morgan Smith
as Agent Rhymer
Assaad Bouab
as Qamar Maloof
Nicola Hreish
as Corrections Officer
Barbara Eve Harris
as Katherine Bailey
Hugo Armstrong
as Ruben
Dvir Benedek
as Director Baerman
Makram Khoury
as Mullah Umar
Carlos Telles
as Security Room Guard
Mohammad Al Sheikh
as Detractor #2
Mahdi Chalkhaoui
as Hamza
Whitney Richardson
as Business Women
Aaron Vodovoz
as Rozen
Erez Regev
as Ido
Abdul Albaset Manaseer
as Israeli Security Officer
Will Cooper
as Hippie
Damien Leake
as George
Thomas Herod Jr.
as Dennis Coleman
Amanda Jaros
as Flight Attendant
Chelsea Niven
as Eliana
John Ortiz
as Felix Iguero
Britt Westvang
as FEMA Worker
Tha'er Abdul Razzaq Alrahmoun
as Young Boy - Temple Mount
Edward Raed
as 7-Year Old Jibril
Aaron T. Mott
as Follower
Tyler Merritt
as Hotel Guest
Elay Abikasis
as Omer
Gerald McCullouch
as Dean Jim Parker
Jason Burkey
as Military Assistant

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2020 | 10 Episodes

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