Josh Hartnett Buys Into The Golden Age Of TV & The Heat Of Baton Rouge In ‘Paradise Lost’ As Paramount Shops Southern Gothic Drama Globally – Mipcom

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Josh Hartnett Buys Into The Golden Age Of TV & The Heat Of Baton Rouge In ‘Paradise Lost’ As Paramount Shops Southern Gothic Drama Globally – Mipcom
Josh Hartnett, best known for roles in films such as The Faculty and 30 Days of Night, has fully bought in to the golden age of television in his latest role – Southern gothic drama Paradise Lost.

The actor, who also starred in Showtime’s Penny Dreadful, told Deadline that he was late to the small-screen game but is now a full convert to a world that allows for complex characters.

Hartnett plays a man who moves back to Mississippi with his Palo Alto psychiatrist partner, played by Jane The Virgin’s Bridget Regan in the ten-part drama for Spectrum Originals and Paramount Network.

“I came a bit late to the game in television. The golden age of television had started a while ago and I was reluctant because I didn’t understand the virtue of an open ended story in the way that I do now. It’s a very organic experience,
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