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Created by Michele Fazekas & Tara Butters

Produced by Dark Baby Productions, The Mark Gordon Company, ABC Studios, Fazekas & Butters

Aired on The CW for 2 season (31 episodes) from September 25, 2007 – May 26, 2009


Bret Harrison as Sam Oliver

Tyler Labine as Burt ‘Sock’ Wysocki

Missy Peregrym as Andi Prendergast

Rick Gonzalez as Ben Gonzalez

Ray Wise as the Devil

Show Premise

Sam Oliver is a coddled college dropout who spends his daily routine living a low stakes life with his slacker friends while working at a hardware megastore named “The Work Bench”. He’s got no real skills, no ambition, and no desire for much of anything, except for maybe harboring a longtime crush on his coworker Andi. A fire is put under Sam after he learns that his parents had sold his soul to the Devil, which will be claimed upon his 21st birthday. When the Devil arrives, he
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Exclusive Cybergeddon Clip: Tommy Runs Out Of Space

The cyber thriller Cybergeddon will be available on DVD on March 18. To mark the occasion, we have an exclusive clip to share with you. It features Canadian actress Missy Peregrym (Reaper and Rookie Blue) as Agent Chloe Jocelyn. Watch her chase down a cyber perp named Tommy. Not only is Tommy good at hacking, but apparently he's also good at running up, down, and over things. Too bad for him Chloe has a gun. Cybergeddon follows the story of agent Chloe Jocelyn as she investigates a slew of seemingly unrelated cyber attacks with fellow agent Frank Parker and incarcerated master hacker Chase 'Rabbit' Rosen. Chloe and her team must crack the worldwide cybercrime ring led by Gustov Dobreff before it is too late. In a world...

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'Whodunnit?': 'CSI' mentor Anthony Zuiker knows how to make a killer mystery into a game

If anyone knows how to launch a game of "Whodunnit?" it's Anthony E. Zuiker.

The writer-producer who created one of the world's top television franchises with "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" likes viewer involvement, as he proved last fall with his direct-to-Internet series "Cybergeddon," which starred Missy Peregrym ("Rookie Blue"). He displays it again as a mentor of ABC's murder-mystery-themed competition "Whodunnit?" premiering Sunday, June 23.

"It is a game of survival, and you're trying not to get 'killed,' " Zuiker tells Zap2it of the premise that ultimately will leave three players to vie for $250,000. "I think some of the genius of it is the fear the contestants have of 'dying' in the episodes, which translates into the fear they have of getting kicked out of the game."

The project was originated by reality show producing veteran Cris Abrego ("Rock of Love With Bret Michaels") before Zuiker was brought on board
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Break Media Pivots From Sexy Photos and Prank Videos to Sci-Fi Movie With Lorenzo di Bonaventura

Break Media Pivots From Sexy Photos and Prank Videos to Sci-Fi Movie With Lorenzo di Bonaventura
Over the past year, Break Media has shifted from being a collector of user-generated videos with a decidedly male appeal into making shows of its own. No project encapsulates the changes better than "Higher Power," Break's first feature-length project, which it is producing with Hollywood heavyweight Lorenzo di Bonaventura. Break will release the movie in chapters like similar high-concept shows "Cybergeddon" (from "CSI" creator Anthony Zuiker and distributed on Yahoo) and Warner Bros.' "H+" (produced by "The Usual Suspects" director Bryan Singer). By filming at feature-length, Break can sell "Higher Power" to
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'Rookie Blue' Season 4: Gregory Smith and Missy Peregrym return for another summer on the beat

Even after three years on the beat, rookie cops still can have a lot to learn.

That's evident right from the start of Season 4 of "Rookie Blue," the Canadian-made drama that's now a well-rated summer programming mainstay for ABC. The show resumes Thursday, May 23, with what was set up by the previous round's last scene: Officers Andy McNally and Nick Collins (Missy Peregrym, Peter Mooney) are in the thick of the dangerous meth-related sting operation they've gone deep under cover for.

The loves they left behind, Sam Swarek and Gail Peck (Ben Bass, Charlotte Sullivan), and other colleagues from 15 Division search for them when they suddenly fall off the radar. Dov Epstein, Traci Nash, Chris Diaz, Oliver Shaw and Sgt. Frank Best (Gregory Smith, Enuka Okuma, Travis Milne, Matt Gordon, Lyriq Bent) also are back and in on the hunt, joined by new training officer Marlo Cruz (Rachael Ancheril). Rookie
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Anthony E. Zuiker 'so sad' that 'CSI: NY' and 'Miami' are gone

Anthony E. Zuiker readily admits he's "sad ... I'm so sad" that "CSI: Miami" and "CSI: NY" are no more.

"I got the [network's] phone call on Mother's Day of last year that 'CSI: Miami' was going off the air," the producer who launched a globally popular franchise by creating CBS' "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" tells Zap2it. "That was probably a premature departure.

"And I just had a phone call with Gary Sinise a couple of days ago. It was almost 10 years ago that we sat down and had that conversation in the sagebrush in Calabasas [Calif.] about his coming to series television. Almost a decade later, it came to an end, but 'CSI: NY' had a great run. If you win the ring the first time out and you're me and you do two more shows, you think, 'It's easy.'

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Dolphin Targeting Women, Latinos With ‘In Bloom’ And ‘South Beach’

Dolphin Digital Media was responsible for co-producing three of 2012's biggest web series hits: Cybergeddon, H+, and Aim High, all of which earned Streamy Award nominations (with only Aim High failing to win at least one). During Digital Content Newfronts, Dolphin announced its slate for 2013, which includes a lengthy soap opera called South Beach and a teenage musical titled In Bloom. Dolphin's previous releases all utilize big name talent, with directors Bryan Singer, Anthony Zuiker, and McG involved in H+, Cybergeddon, and Aim High, respectively. All three of those series were oriented towards men, but In Bloom, which is centered around a "high school girl discovering her voice," sets a different precedent. Its executive producer is former teen star Ashley Tisdale, and its director, Andy Tennant, made his name with female-oriented films such as Ever After and Sweet Home Alabama. Therefore, Dolphin is one of several production companies at Newfronts
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Cybergeddon To Have Worldwide Tour With International TV Deal

CSI creator Anthony Zuiker showed off his web series skills late last year when he released Cybergeddon, an action-packed thriller, on Yahoo Screen. The series, about a government agent who goes rogue after a computer whiz targets her with the almighty power of hacking, scored more than 25 million total views and a Streamys win for its star, Missy Peregrym. Now, Cybergeddon is going global. Thanks to a distribution deal with digital media company Dolphin. The Dolphin deal will see Cybergeddon circumnavigate the world as global audiences are given an opportunity to enjoy its runny-punchy-shooty-hacky goodness. Through three separate partners, the series will be broadcast in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, and Canada. One wonders if the series could be particularly popular in France, the country from which lead actor Olivier Martinez hails. “Cybergeddon is a global phenomenon property that has reached more than 25 million global viewers in more than 25 countries,
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Global Showbiz Briefs: BBC’s ‘The Whale’, International Emmy Awards, Cinedigm In Oz, Channel 5 Acquires ‘The Bible’, & More

Charles Furness Stars In BBC’s ‘The Whale’ Charles Furness stars as Nantucket seafarer Thomas Nickerson and Jonas Armstrong plays first mate Owen Chase in The Whale, based on a tale that inspired Herman Melville’s 1851 classic Moby Dick. The BBC One and Discovery drama will be told through the eyes of cabin boy Nickerson who, at 14, was the youngest member of the crew after his ship was sunk by a whale in 1820. The Whale is executive produced by Eamon Hardy and Ruth Caleb and Mike Dormer and John Chapman are producing. Filming begins this week in Malta. International Digital Emmy Award Winners Announced The youth-focused transmedia project dirtgirlworld… dig it all (mememe productions/dirtgirlworld productions/Screen Australia) took home honors in the Children & Young People category at the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ annual awards. The Fiction prize went to Guidestones (3 o’,) a series about
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'Rookie Blue's' Missy Peregrym: 'It's never easy' to start a new season

Missy Peregrym has learned a lot from doing "Rookie Blue" ... including how to leave work at the office.

The actress starts her fourth round as police officer Andy McNally when the Canadian-made drama resumes its ABC run Thursday, May 23. The season premiere follows through on last year's finale, with Andy and peer Nick Collins (Peter Mooney) immersed in a dangerous undercover operation. The episode means some rough stuff for Peregrym physically, but she maintains she's gotten better at not taking the related emotions home with her.

"People ask if it's second nature to play Andy now, or if I have to think about it a lot," Peregrym tells Zap2it, "and it's kind of a difficult answer. Sometimes, I don't know where Andy begins and I end. I'm learning from her through stuff I've never experienced before; other times, I can project my experiences onto the character and into the story.
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Deadline Festivals & Markets Watch Podcast – Miptv 2013

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Listen to (and share) the Miptv edition of our audio podcast Deadline Festivals & Markets Watch, featuring Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione. Nancy and host David Bloom discuss trends shaping this year’s Miptv show in Cannes, including the ongoing fight between reality and scripted drama supporters over which is the best way to go in global markets; Dark Knight and Man Of Steel scribe David Goyer’s latest project, Da Vinci’s Demons; and why CSI creator Anthony Zuiker won the Pioneer Prize for his brand-driven online series Cybergeddon. Nancy also looks ahead to likely highlights for the rest of the show. Deadline Festivals & Markets Watch, Miptv 2013, (MP3 format) Deadline Festivals & Markets Watch, Miptv 2013, (MP4a format) The M4A version of this podcast is designed to run on any device using Apple’s iTunes software, and includes enhanced graphics and links to stories and other resources. The MP3 version
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Miptv: Anthony Zuiker On ‘Wonderland’, ‘Cybergeddon’, ‘Whodunnit?’ And Foie Gras

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In Cannes to receive the 2013 Pioneer Prize at the International Digital Emmy Awards tonight, CSI franchise creator Anthony E. Zuiker talked about NBC drama pilot Wonderland during a Q&A this afternoon. Zuiker, who’s exec producing the series, said the Whit Anderson-scripted show will follow Alice and a new character, Clara. Clara is “having the worst day of her life” when she is sent to Wonderland where it turns out her father has been living for several years. To get her life back on track, Clara must rise up against Wonderland’s reigning Queen, the woman once known as Alice. Deadline recently reported that the pilot will not be produced within the regular pilot season because of the scale and complexity of the production. Zuiker also spoke about Cybergeddon, the series for which he’s being honored here at Mip-tv. The online thriller launched on Yahoo in September
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International Digital Emmys To Fete Anthony Zuiker With Pioneer Prize For ‘Cybergeddon’

New York, March 5, 2013 – Anthony E. Zuiker, creator of the CSI franchise, is set to receive the 2013 Pioneer Prize at the International Digital Emmy® Awards for his groundbreaking online thriller Cybergeddon. Zuiker will be honored during the live ceremony on Monday, April 8th at Miptv. The American writer and producer best known for creating the globally successful CSI franchise is also a pioneer in bridging the gap between Silicon Valley and Hollywood. He created and executive produced Cybergeddon, which broke the online distribution mold by launching globally first on Yahoo! in September of 2012 in 25 different countries and 10 different languages, as a series of three installments. Cybergeddon starred Olivier Martinez (Unfaithful) and Missy Peregrym (Rookie Blue) and brought to life the growing threat of cybercrime through an immersive storytelling, social media and gaming experience. Norton by Symantec was tapped to lend credibility and security insights and the project was backed by Dolphin
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Online Video’s Brightest Stars Big Win At Streamy Awards

The web video stars were out in full force on February 17th as Tubefilter and dick clark productions handed out the Streamy Awards, celebrating the best video content the Internet has to offer. In the end, 35 winners took home the hardware in front of hundreds of attendees at the Hollywood Palladium. The big winners were Burning Love, which won four awards including Best Comedy Series and Best Male Actor: Comedy for its star, Ken Marino; Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn, which added the Streamy for Best Drama Series to its three technical wins; Grace Helbig, who won Best First Person Series and the Audience Choice Award for Personality of the Year for her DailyGrace vlog; and Philip DeFranco, won Best News and Culture Series for The Philip DeFranco Show while his SourceFed program took home the Audience Choice Award for Series of the Year. Other acting winners included Hannah Hart
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Chosen, Starring Milo Ventimiglia, Now Thrilling Audiences On Crackle

Back in October, we brought you the trailer for Chosen, a new action-packed series on Crackle starring former Heroes hunk Milo Ventimiglia. All six episodes of Chosen have now been released, with plenty of gripping action available for your viewing pleasure. Chosen plays out in cinematic, TV-length episodes, centers around a case of mistaken identity, builds into a wild goose chase, and features a former Heroes actor in the lead role. If this sounds familiar, it's because Cybergeddon employed the same formula earlier this year, created an action-packed, Streamy-nominated ride. When compared to Anthony Zuiker's web opus, Chosen is a little more retrained, focusing more on intrigue and less on kicking people in the face. Still, this is hardly Masterpiece Theater. The heart of Chosen is that of a thriller, and watching the first well-paced episode makes as much clear

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NBC Orders 'Wonderland' Pilot From 'CSI' Creator

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NBC Orders 'Wonderland' Pilot From 'CSI' Creator
NBC has ordered the drama pilot "Wonderland" from "CSI" creator Anthony Zuiker, among others. The series imagines the star of Lewis Caroll's "Alice in Wonderland" becoming the malevolent queen of Wonderland. Also read: Yahoo's 'Cybergeddon' Series to Include Hackers' Rea Virus Code When a woman named Clara's life takes an unexpected turn for the worse, a mysterious stranger tells her the explanation lies in Wonderland. Once there, Clara begins to wage war against Alice. The pilot is writeen by Whit Anderson and executive produced by Zuiker, Matt Weinberg, JoAnn Alfano and Margaret Riley. It
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From the brilliant mind of CSI creator Anthony E. Zuiker comes ‘Cybrgeddon’, a brand new digital blockbuster set in the world of cybercrime. The show centres around Jocelyn (Missy Martinez) Chloe as she attempts to prevent a number of cyber attacks.

A hacker at heart with the field skills of the many seasoned agents she ducks and weaves throughout the cyber terrorism world to prevent ultimate catastrophe at the hands of Gustov (Olivier Martinez) Dobreff. It’s up to Chloe and her team to track down Gustov and stop Cybergeddon before the world, as we know it, comes to an end.

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Interview: ‘CSI’ Creator Anthony Zuiker on his ‘Cybergeddon’ Web Series & the Future of Entertainment

As a society, we are spending more and more time in front of screens. If you don’t believe me, consider this. According to the Pew Internet & American Life Project, 25% of Americans now own tablet computers. That’s up from 4% only two years ago. Here’s another one. According to Pew research, nearly half of American adults (45%) own smartphones, with the number increasing to 66% for Americans aged 18-29.

Virtually everywhere we go, we carry some kind of digital device with us, which has had a profound impact on the way we consume and engage with media. And it has had an equally profound impact on the way the entertainment industry is creating content.

Online video, once considered the realm of funny pets, laughing babies, and faux-confessional web diaries, has quietly emerged as a legitimate avenue for writers ...

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Anthony Zuiker Talks ‘Cybergeddon’ On ‘What’s Trending?’ At Smwla

Anthony Zuiker's Cybergeddon web series has been rolling along on Yahoo! Screen since its launch last week. The CSI creator has been promoting the heck out his new show, appearing several times alongside What's Trending?'s Shira Lazar at Social Media Week Los Angeles. After Lazar hosted a discussion with Zuiker regarding his feelings about the online video industry, she caught up with him after the event for a brief interview, which was recently posted to What's Trending?'s YouTube channel. The companion app discussed in the interview is the Cybergeddon game, where players must stop cybercrime threats in what seems to be a defend-your-castle format. The game has been downloaded to thousands of mobile devices since its launch, and if user reviews are to be believed, it's quite addicting. The game is one of the many ways that Zuiker is engaging his viewers through multiple platforms on both
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What to Watch: 5 Web Series Worth Checking Out

What to Watch: 5 Web Series Worth Checking Out
This week, we check back in on the Failure Club to see who’s the biggest “loser,” Jerry Seinfeld gets an invite to Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks‘ Jeopardy night, and new series Suit Up throws down an excellent satire of college football.

Suit Up | A fast-paced, sendup of college football, Suit Up follows the trials of a high-profile fictional college football team that loses its cable company deal after a “Pigs for Play Scandal” hits the airwaves. Jim Dunnigan (Marc Evan Jackson), a renowned crisis consultant with little experience in athletics, is brought in to save the day. Faster
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