[03/20/13 - 07:56 AM]
NBC Acquires "Crossing Lines" for Summer Debut
William Fichtner and Donald Sutherland star in the 10-episode series, from Edward Allen Bernero.

[11/07/12 - 07:32 PM]
Reelz to Air Two "World Without End" Marathons This Weekend In Response to Hurricane Sandy
The network will rebroadcast the entire mini-series on both Saturday, November 10 and Sunday, November 11.

[10/12/12 - 04:16 AM]
Reelz to Air Ken Follett's "World Without End" Mini-Series with Descriptive Audio
The function enables viewers who are blind or who are losing vision to enjoy television through narrated description of the visual elements of a program.

[10/08/12 - 09:05 AM]
New Premiere Times for Ken Follett's "World Without End" Mini-Series on Reelz
The eight-hour epic premieres Wednesday, October 17 with three chances to watch at 8:00/7:00c, 10:00/9:00c and 12:00/11:00c.

[09/27/12 - 04:33 AM]
Reelz Debuts Second Screen Experience for Ken Follett's "World Without End" Mini-Series
As previously announced, the eight-hour mini-series premieres Wednesday, October 17 on the cable channel.

[08/15/12 - 03:01 AM]
Ken Follett's "World Without End" Premieres Wednesday, October 17, 2012 at 9p ET/PT on Reelz
Cynthia Nixon and Miranda Richardson star in the follow-up to "The Pillars of the Earth."

[05/30/12 - 03:03 AM]
ReelzChannel Unveils More Original Programming
"Barabbas," "Beverly Hills Pawn" and "Bomb Girls" will join the just announced "XIII" and "World Without End."

[05/22/12 - 03:02 AM]
Epic Mini-Series "World Without End" to Premiere on ReelzChannel
A sequel to "The Pillars of the Earth," the eight-hour project will premiere this fall on the cable channel.

10/17/12 - 11/7/12
telefilm/mini-series in the can
(from ReelzChannel's press release, October 2012) ReelzChannel - TV About Movies(R) today announced new air times for the premiere Ken Follett's epic mini-series World Without End. The mini-series premieres Wednesday, October 17, 2012 with three chances to watch at 8pm ET/ 5pm PT, 10pm ET/ 7pm PT and 12am ET/ 9pm ET. The two-hour premiere features the first two parts. World Without End, starring Cynthia Nixon (Sex and the City, The Big C) and Miranda Richardson (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, The Young Victoria) is an adaptation of Ken Follett's international best-selling novel set amid natural disaster, plague, and war in 14th century England two hundred years after the construction of the great cathedral in The Pillars of the Earth. World Without End picks up with a new cast of characters, including Caris, a feisty young woman played by Charlotte Riley (The Duchess, Wuthering Heights), who inspires her medieval town of Kingsbridge to confront the most powerful forces of her time, namely the Church and the Crown, as they fight to save their town from ruin and, ultimately, usher in a new era of freedom, innovation, and enlightenment. World Without End was produced by Tandem Communications (The Pillars Of The Earth, The Company) and Take 5 Productions (The Tudors, The Borgias) in co-production with Galafilm, in association with Ridley Scott and Tony Scott's Scott Free Films (The Good Wife).
· Ben Chaplin as Sir Thomas Langley
· Charlotte Riley as Caris
· Cynthia Nixon as Petranilla
· Megan Follows as Maud
· Miranda Richardson as Mother Cecilia
· Nora von Waldstaetten as Gwenda
· Oliver Jackson-Cohen as Ralph
· Peter Firth as Roland
· Rupert Evans as Godwyn
· Sarah Gadon as Philippa
· Tom Weston-Jones as Merthin
· Arnie Gelbart as CO-PROD
· David W. Zucker as EP
· John Weber as EP
· Jonas Bauer as EP
· Michael Caton-Jones as DIR
· Ridley Scott as EP
· Rola Bauer as EP
· Tim Halkin as EP
· Tony Scott as EP
· based on a book
· mini-series
· Galafilm Productions
· Scott Free Films
· Take 5 Productions
· Tandem Communications