Dig (2015)
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Anxious to escape his demons, FBI agent Peter Connelly takes a job in Israel.


S.J. Clarkson (as SJ Clarkson)


Tim Kring (created by), Gideon Raff (created by) | 2 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Isaacs ... Peter Connelly
Anne Heche ... Lynn Monahan
Ori Pfeffer ... Detective Golan Cohen
Alison Sudol ... Emma Wilson
Omar Metwally ... Yussef Khalid
Regina Taylor ... Ambassador Ruth Ridell
David Costabile ... Tad Billingham
Angela Bettis ... Fay
Zen McGrath ... Josh
Richard E. Grant ... Ian Margrove
Lauren Ambrose ... Debbie Morgan
Shmil Ben Ari ... Rabbi Lev
Guy Selnik ... Avram (as Guy Selenik)
Christopher Heyerdahl ... Olaf, Norwegian Farmer
Tomer Capon ... Nadav (as Tomer Kapon)


Needing to get away after the death of his daughter, FBI Agent Peter Conolly has taken a job at the US Consulate in Jerusalem. He's under pressure from the US ambassador to find Yussef Khalid who fled after supposedly killing a Chicago antique dealer but the Israeli police arrest Khalid before he can get to him. Peter meets archeology student Emma Wilson working on a dig in the old city of Jerusalem. She shows him the dig they have underway beneath the ancient city but the following day, Emma is found dead. In Scandinavia, a newborn red-haired calf holds special significance for a group of rabbis. In a bunker-like facility in New Mexico, 13 year-old Josh lives out his life in seclusion - until he makes a daring escape. Written by garykmcd

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Following the accident, when Peter Connelly calls Detective Cohen, he has blood flowing down his face and covering his right hand. When he goes up to the apartment where he suspects Yussef Khalid has fled, the blood on his hand is gone. See more »


References Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) See more »

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Review of Dig
13 March 2015 | by Kayml48See all my reviews

I am interested in watching this program but I am really tired of programming that relies on nudity, sex and language in order to hold interest. I believe that the public is looking for programing that is clean and doesn't require filters in order to be acceptable for family viewing. We shouldn't have to cover our children's eyes or ears or our own in order to watch this program. Please, please just show us the movie and leave out the obscene filler. It appears that a lot of this program is based on bible prophecy and doesn't need any embellishment. It is especially offensive when God's name is used in an obscene way. Whether you believe in God or not this program is based on His Word and those who believe in Him. Whether or not I continue watching this program depends on your writers. Perhaps you are not interested in only one opinion but I believe there are many others which agree with me.

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5 March 2015 (USA) See more »

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