Dig (2015)
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After a startling breakthrough on the case, Peter turns to Golan for new clues.

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Millicent Shelton

Writers:

Tim Kring (created by), Gideon Raff (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Isaacs ... Peter Connelly
Anne Heche ... Lynn Monahan
Ori Pfeffer ... Detective Golan Cohen
Alison Sudol ... Emma Wilson
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
Assi Cohen ... Shem
Dean Chekvala ... Charlie
Amy Stewart ... Peter's Wife
David Dean Bottrell ... John Donaldson
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After a startling breakthrough on the case, Peter turns to Golan for new clues.

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16 April 2015 (USA) See more »

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When Lynn was told about the location of the safe deposit box, she was told it was on Hillel Street. When she tells Udi about it, she tells him it is on Yafo street. See more »

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Portrays the connection of US Israel relations as well as ancient local culture.
31 May 2015 | by dlarguelloSee all my reviews

I enjoyed the series "Dig" because it portrayed what goes on in the US diplomatic connection with Israel in different forms: police investigation of a crime tied in to archaeological investigation, one of my most loved subjects. The religious oddities demonstrated were interesting because they were tied in to the crime but mostly because real or not they were a variety that I had no idea it existed. We think of Jews as being of one variety only but obviously that is not true...so for that matter it was educational...if the odd religion in fact exists. But the possibility is there. The crime committed in Israel causes you to travel to America and Eastern Europe which was a little confusing at the beginning...but later you get the hang of it and just go with it.


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