While Showtime's "Dexter" and FOX's new drama "The Following" each take on the dark world of serial killers in their own way, The CW takes things a step further - and down a darker road than most of their programming - with its new drama, "Cult." In the series, created by Rockne S. O'Bannon, the line between reality and television is blurred when a fictional TV series (called, not-so-ironically, "Cult") is possibly to blame when the brother to Matt Davis's journalist character disappears.
To get to the bottom of the potential conspiracy, our Jim Halterman visited the "Cult" set in Vancouver - courtesy of a trip sponsored by Warner Bros. Television - and sat down with Davis (Jeff) as well as co-stars Alona Tal (Kelly) and Robert Knepper (Roger Reeves/Billy Grimm). The actors explained the show's nesting doll premise and what viewers can expect from the series as viewers dig deeper into its world.
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Video: A Few Minutes With... "Cult" Co-Star Alona Tal
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Video: A Few Minutes With... "Cult" Co-Star Matt Davis
"Cult" premieres tonight at 9:00/8:00c on The CW.