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About this title

Storyline

Malcolm Bright, one of the best criminal psychologists around, uses his twisted genius to help the NYPD solve crimes.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Canceled

Language: English

Release Date: September 23, 2019

Also Known As: Filho Pródigo, Prodigal Son |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (14) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

serial killer
nypd
murder investigation
haunted by the past

Company Credits

Production Co: Berlanti Productions, Sklaverworth Productions |  See more »

Cast

Joe Gately
as Andre
Kristen Martin
as Suzie
Dennis Boutsikaris
as William Voight
Esau Pritchett
as Mr. David
Haythem Noor
as Vendor
Maria Dizzia
as Sasha Geller
Sarah Gold
as Fiona Dance Double
David Chen
as Bodyguard 2
Robert Hneleski
as Guard
Julianna Layne
as Young Ainsley
Sohina Sidhu
as Nurse
Dhruv Uday Singh
as Vijay Chandasara
Melissa van der Schyff
as Mrs. Goode
Olivia Alboher
as Dancer
Christopher Denham
as Trevor Falvey
Damian Young
as Jonah Shaw
Clark Furlong
as Isaac
Arthur Langlie
as Anton Currie
Anula Navlekar
as Jeannie Larkin
Joe Forbrich
as Richie Disanto
Jeb Brown
as County Sheriff
Talita Seplavy
as Waitress at the Claremont Psychiatric Hospital
Julian Elijah Martinez
as Axel X
Dagmara Dominczyk
as The Nightingale
Michael Sheen
as Dr. Martin Whitly
Esteban Carmona
as Cop #2
Young Mazino
as Alex Wu
Lilli Hokama
as Hannah
Michael Cerveris
as Carter Berkhead
Steve Beauchamp
as Claude Springer
Ken Holmes
as Vosler Electroshock Tech
Shawn Andrew
as Joey
Rachel York
as Birdie Milton
Dan Sharkey
as Gary
Matthias Sebastiun Garry
as Cartel Bodyguard/Inmate in Yard
Jeremy Shamos
as David Saverstein
Daniela Braga
as Tatiana
Triney Sandoval
as Vincent Espinal
David Aaron Baker
as Bobby Stevens
Salena Qureshi
as Molly Albright
Michael Luwoye
as Blaze
Warren McCollum
as Angry Man
Shuler Hensley
as Deputy Crutchfield
Sathya Sridharan
as Dev
Cameron Scoggins
as Lucas Gerard
Evelyn Giovine
as Christine Chartrand
Hampton Fluker
as Xavier Estime
Jeremy Crutchley
as Izzy Collins
Andrea Morales
as Isabella
Tim Nicolai
as Reporter #1
Lanny Joon
as Cooper
Frank Harts
as JT Tarmel
Jamie Hector
as Oso
Armando Acevedo
as Hector
Michael Bradley Cohen
as Model
Juliana Aidén Martinez
as Sister Agnes
John Cullum
as Logan Zeiger
Brette Taylor
as Blair Berkhead
Kasjan Wilson
as Young Malcolm
Shamika Cotton
as Joanne
Emily Paige Anderson
as Dancer
Margaret Ivey
as Didi Perrine
Cortney Gift
as Uni
Korrine Tetlow
as Older Littman Girl
Tom Day
as Police Officer
Essence McClanahan
as Dance Company Member
Kenya Brome
as FBI Supervisor #2
Peter Benson
as Al Grimes
Michael Laurence
as Tom Henry Glanton
Olivia Grant
as Summer Hansen
Marla Phelan
as Dancer
Jeanette Dilone
as Natalie Barba
Alan Cumming
as Simon Hoxley
Hettienne Park
as Leslie
Maureen Sebastian
as Sheila Yuen
CJ Parson
as Lead HRT
Michael Siberry
as George Taylor
Andrew Polec
as Wendell Deloitte
Eddie Kaye Thomas
as Deputy Brooks
Chris Ghaffari
as Cal Taylor
Annet Mahendru
as Fiona
Deanne Lorette
as Andrea
Pascale Armand
as Trini
Lou Diamond Phillips
as Gil Arroyo
Michael Chernus
as Jerry
James Cusati-Moyer
as Nico/Nico Stavros
Matt Servitto
as Father Leo
Yonatan Gebeyehu
as Nurse
William Hill
as Salesman Steve
Ward Horton
as Dr. Flynt Donahue
Michael Lee Brown
as Ryan Davis
Hiram Delgado
as Chester
Gary Perez
as Ernesto
Mike Sharits
as Caleb Hardy
James Saito
as Dr. Higa/Dr. Stanley Higa
Martin Van Treuren
as Headmaster Brumback
Ed Moran
as Head Profiler
Joseph Anthony Sudol
as Dominic Render
Bianca LaVerne Jones
as HRT #2
Paco Tolson
as USMS Dan Barclay
Anna Gunn
as Sheriff Fern Cooley
Sean Boyce Johnson
as Uni
David Michael Garry
as Cameraman
Samuel María Gómez
as Frankie
Julia Rusatsky
as Bride
Billy Peck
as Conrad Hulce
Ana Gasteyer
as Tilda
Michael Raymond-James
as Paul Lazar
Frank Wood
as Dr. Carl Mitchell
Samaria Nixon-Fleming
as Gina
Mark Reay
as Aristos Boutsikaris
Peterson Townsend
as Tech
Anna Baryshnikov
as Rachel
Shaw Jones
as FBI Supervisor #1
Guiesseppe Jones
as Floor Manager
Joel de la Fuente
as Ramón Vieja
David Mason
as Detective
Katie Kreisler
as Crystal
Gabriel Lawrence
as EMT
Kellie Drobnick
as Dancer
Robert Joy
as Gerald Morris
Halston Sage
as Ainsley Whitly
Sean Rozanski
as Javier
Charisma Glasper
as Dancer
Manu Narayan
as Dr. Fred Chabra
Rowan O'Neil
as Young Ainsley
Molly Griggs
as Eve Blanchard
Keiko Agena
as Dr. Edrisa Tanaka
Elia Monte-Brown
as Karina Petrovic
Alan Gary
as Burt
Jenelle Chu
as Assistant
Charlayne Woodard
as Dr. Gabrielle Le Deux
Sean Pertwee
as Det. Owen Shannon
Anna Eilinsfeld
as The Girl in the Box/Sophie/Sophie Sanders
Wass Stevens
as Reggie
Michael Esper
as Jon Littman
Anthony Pasqua
as Noah Lehrer
Dan Verkman
as GALA Attendee
Ashlie Atkinson
as Leanne
Mark Margolis
as Rudolph Swann
Charlie Semine
as Jake
Michelle Brugal
as Dancer
Steve Blanchard
as Dr. Orenstein
Giuseppe Ardizzone
as Adolpho Jessica's Driver/Adolpho
Campbell Scott
as Professor Alan Delaney
Ryan Czerwonko
as Policeman
Sarah Dacey-Charles
as Cricket
Ashlei Sharpe Chestnut
as Islande
Matthew Montelongo
as Officer O'Malley
Jessica Blank
as Greta Swann
Khalil Maasi
as Angry Inmate
Dereks Thomas
as Kameron
Grace Porter
as Nurse
Anthony Cipriani
as Prisoner
Christopher Gerson
as Foreman
April Hernandez Castillo
as Marshal Emily Ruiz
Sean Phillips
as Guard
Matthew Lawler
as Eddie
Sarah Hunt
as Rhonda Young
Peter Gerety
as Archbishop Argento
Happy Anderson
as Curtis
Kristen Connolly
as Beth Saverstein
Scott Shepherd
as Dr. Simon Coppenrath
Deborah Unger
as Luisa
Lawrence Ballard
as Guard #1
Dennis Flanagan
as Quentin
Jennifer Lim
as Stacy
Aurora Perrineau
as Dani Powell
Evan Hall
as Pete
Carra Patterson
as Tally
Zachary Booth
as Liam
Justine Cotsonas
as Patti Sager
Meagan Good
as Colette Swanson
Joseph Melendez
as Ivan
Patrick Cummings
as Prison Guard #1
Richard H. Blake
as Valet
Caroline Vexler
as Vanessa Hobbs
Jeremy Holm
as Cory Wheaton
David Hammond
as Prisoner
Bellamy Young
as Jessica Whitly
Heather Lind
as Alessa
Michael Kostroff
as Dr. Raymond Stengel
Mlé Chester
as Reporter #2
Meredith Garretson
as Kimberly
Elliot Villar
as Clayton Fielder/Felix
Ashley Austin Morris
as Macy Barnes
Socorro Santiago
as Lydia
Ariana Jalia
as Little Girl
Nemuna Ceesay
as Medical Examiner
Suki Úna Rae
as Funeral Director
Mario Bosquez
as James Vela
John Ellison Conlee
as Don Cooley
Daniel Sunjata
as Quentin Vosler
Alexandra Neil
as Connie
Laura Shoop
as Snooty Guest
Rebecca S'Manga Frank
as Deirdre
Dermot Mulroney
as Nicholas Endicott
Tom Payne
as Malcolm Bright
Marylouise Burke
as Matilda Watkins
Andy Karl
as Joseph
Isabel Arraiza
as Andi
Robbie Tann
as Boyd Hicks
Kaden Kearney
as Nat
Anthony Bowden
as State Trooper
Assibey Blake
as Intimidating Inmate
Jakob Von Eichel
as Hans
Matthew Greer
as TV Reporter
Tom Greer
as Cop #1
Adam Langdon
as Norman Goode
James L. Ward
as Hospital Uni
Richard V. Licata
as Ciro
Michael Potts
as Dr. Brandon Marsh
Brian Stokes Mitchell
as Everett Sterling
Robert Montano
as Saulo Reyes
Emily Hsu
as Receptionist
Bruce Faulk
as Prison Guard #2
Catherine Zeta-Jones
as Dr. Vivian Capshaw
Carla Carvalho
as Gala Guest
Marcus Gladney Jr.
as Teenager
Raymond Lee
as Jin
Kristine Nielsen
as Francine Depaugh
Jimmy Brewer
as Rookie
Sahr Ngaujah
as Darryl
Sakina Jaffrey
as Dr. Elaine Brown
Christian Borle
as Friar Pete
Kate Burton
as Sarah Windsor
Lauren Yaffe
as Gala Attendee/Wedding Guest
Roger Brenner
as Emt/FDNY
Trevor James
as Leonard
Will Cobbs
as Grant
Saul Stein
as Avi Lehrer
Steven Boyer
as Ashton Colter
Richard Topol
as Doctor
Lily Ganser
as Louisa Morrison
Iván Amaro Bullón
as Wedding Guest
Jack DiFalco
as Nicky Covington
Mary Van Arsdel
as Ilsa
Matthew Maher
as Tevin
Jonathan Sale
as Contractor
Mara Davi
as Simone
Daniel London
as Roger

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 20 Episodes

Season 2

2021 | 13 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & Nominations

Hollywood Critics Association 2021

Nominee

Hollywood Critics Association

Best Supporting Actress in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series, Drama

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