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Minority Report | 9pm on Fox

September 21, 2015 by  
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Series premiere: Based on the international blockbuster film by Steven Spielberg, MINORITY REPORT follows the unlikely partnership between a man haunted by the future and a cop haunted by her past, as they race to stop the worst crimes of the year 2065 before they happen. DASH (Stark Sands, “Inside Llewyn Davis”) is a quiet, idealistic precog secretly living among society, who tries to use his ability to see future murders to save lives by teaming up with the brash, but shrewd, Detective LARA VEGA (Meagan Good, “Think Like A Man” franchise, “Californication”).

MINORITY REPORT Creator Max Borenstein on the ‘Core’ Issue of the Show

September 18, 2015 by  
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Credit: Bruce Macaulay. FOX Broadcasting.

Credit: Bruce Macaulay. FOX Broadcasting.

Fox’s new futuristic crime drama, MINORITY REPORT, is a follow-up, of sorts, to the 2002 Tom Cruise-led film, but thanks to the nature of television storytelling, the medium will allow the writers to dive deeper into the bigger ethical issues the movie introduced.

“The core of the story is that the film was about pre-crime, and that was an almost Orwellian program, by which we predicted the future, via these three human beings who were used as tools — they were enslaved for this purpose,” MINORITY REPORT creator Max Borenstein told reporters. “And then that ended. And now that that’s over, these three people still have those visions, [but] they’re too dangerous — and too powerful — for any one person to control, and therefore they were set free in anonymity. But if anyone ever found them, they would be in great danger. And as a result, they each have to choose how they’re going to deal with their gifts in this world that has wronged them.”

But it’s complicated by the fact that one of the siblings, Dash, feels a responsibility to not let these warnings go unheard. And when he sets out to fix things, he runs into Detective Vega…who could be the perfect person to help him prevent crimes.

Check out what else Borenstein shared about the new Fox drama…

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New York Comic Con 2015: 20th Century Fox Announces Panels for SLEEPY HOLLOW, MINORITY REPORT, LOOKINGLASS, and More

September 10, 2015 by  
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In addition to THE X-FILES premiere event at New York Comic Con, 20th Century Fox will also present panels for SLEEPY HOLLOW, MINORITY REPORT, LOOKINGLASS, and BORDERTOWN, the studio announced.

Check out the full release…

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MINORITY REPORT: Wilmer Valderrama and Laura Regan Preview the New Fox Drama

August 24, 2015 by  
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MINORITY REPORT is taking a new look at the crime procedural this fall — the series, which is a continuation of the 2002 Tom Cruise film with the same name follows a “precog,” Dash, who is able to see the future, and is driven by his visions of future crimes to find a way to stop them. He teams up with Detective Vega, who is able to utilize his information, to try and stop the crimes he sees.

But it’s not so simple. Technically, Detective Vega isn’t supposed to be getting help from a precog, and Dash’s siblings (who are also precogs) aren’t wholly on board with his activities.

At Comic-Con, Wilmer Valderrama (who plays Vega’s boss, Will Blake) and Laura Regan (who plays Dash’s sister, Agatha) shared a little bit about their characters…

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MINORITY REPORT: Meagan Good and Stark Sands Preview Their On-Screen Partnership

August 19, 2015 by  
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Credit: Bruce Macaulay/FOX

Credit: Bruce Macaulay/FOX

Fox is looking to the future (the year 2065, to be exact) with its upcoming fall drama, MINORITY REPORT.

The series — which is a continuation, of sorts, of the 2002 Tom Cruise film with the same name — stars Stark Sands as a precog, Dash, who is able to see the future….and is driven by his visions of future crimes to find a way to stop them. Enter Meagan Good’s Detective Vega, who is (reluctantly) willing to help him in order to help people in need.

Recently, Sands and Good spoke with reporters about their characters, bringing comedy to the series, their evolving on-screen partnership, and more…

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MINORITY REPORT: Max Borenstein on Adding Nick Zano, and the Arthur and Dash Differences

July 20, 2015 by  
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Credit: Bruce Macaulay/FOX

Credit: Bruce Macaulay/FOX

MINORITY REPORT — a continuation of the 2002 Tom Cruise-led film; in the Fox show, a cop (Meagan Good) teams up with a precog, Dash (Stark Sands), who is able to see the future, to prevent crimes — is expanding its world.

The series added  Nick Zano as a new series regular late last month — he’ll play Arthur, the fraternal twin brother of Dash — and at Comic-Con, executive producer Max Borenstein gushed to reporters about the opportunity to do a deep-dive into the twins’ lives.

“The exciting thing for us was being able to say, now we get to explore both of these characters,” Borenstein told reporters in the video below. “Their powers are literally different, and we want to [explore how] it affects them become different people. Dash is haunted by the visions he gets…whereas Arthur gets the names, almost a factual [download].”

Borenstein added that due to Dash’s visions, he would, essentially be “an open wound” and the connection drives him to try and stop the crimes — whereas Arthur is able to keep things at a distance since he’s dealing with more of the factual information.

Check out what else Borenstein had to say…

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MINORITY REPORT at Comic-Con: Live-Blog

July 10, 2015 by  
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Credit: Bruce Macaulay. FOX Broadcasting.

Credit: Bruce Macaulay. FOX Broadcasting.

MINORITY REPORT is set ten years after the events of the film of the same name and focuses on Dash, one of the three precognitives (precogs) from the movie.

Still haunted by visions of the future, Dash secretly advises Detective Lara Vega to help stop the murders that he foresees. At the same time, the pair are trying to find Dash’s missing brother, Arthur.

MINORITY REPORT stars Stark Sands, Megan Goode, Wilmes Valderrama, Laura Regan and executive producers Kevin Falls, Max Borenstein and Darryl Frank all participated in the Comic-Con panel.

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MINORITY REPORT Taps Nick Zano as New Series Regular

June 30, 2015 by  
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2 BROKE GIRLS’ Nick Zano has joined MINORITY REPORT as a new series regular, a rep for the show has confirmed.

Originally, MINORITY REPORT star Stark Sands was set to play identical twin brothers Dash and Arthur — now, the twins will be fraternal, and Zano will play Arthur.

The upcoming Fox drama is based on the movie with the same title. As a Precog, Dash, teams up with a detective (played by Meagan Good) to help stop crimes he predicts.

EW.com was first to report the casting.

MINORITY REPORT premieres Monday, September 21st at 9 PM on Fox.

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MINORITY REPORT on Fox – First Look

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Fox Announces Fall 2015 Premiere Dates

June 25, 2015 by  
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Fox has announced its fall premiere dates. And while many things launch the week of the Emmys (the award show airs September 20th), the Thursday lineup will launch in early October, while Fox Fridays launch in November.

Check out the full schedule…

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Comic-Con 2015: 20th Century Fox Panels for SLEEPY HOLLOW, MINORITY REPORT, Joint SCREAM QUEENS-AMERICAN HORROR STORY Presentation, and More

June 1, 2015 by  
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Comic-ConComic-Con 2015 is a little over a month away, and the first confirmed panels are officially here!

20th Century Fox has announced a whole gaggle of shows attending the annual con, and it includes the expected (MINORITY REPORT, SLEEPY HOLLOW), the semi-unexpected (THE LAST MAN ON EARTH, SEX&DRUGS&ROCK&ROLL), and mashup panels for AMERICAN HORROR STORY-SCREAM QUEENS and the Seth MacFarlane animated comedy shows.

Check out 20th’s lineup announcement, including talent expected to attend…

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MINORITY REPORT on Fox – First Look

May 11, 2015 by  
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MINORITY REPORT — a television show adapted from the 2002 Tom Cruise film — is coming to Fox this fall.

Check out some photos from the pilot, the official description, and the trailer…

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MINORITY REPORT: Pictured L-R: Meagan Good as Detective Vega and Stark Sands as Dash. ©2015 FOX Broadcasting Co. CR: Bruce Macaulay/FOX

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Fox Orders THE MINORITY REPORT and LUCIFER to Series

May 8, 2015 by  
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Fox has ordered two more dramatic (and genre) shows for the upcoming 2015-2016 season: THE MINORITY REPORT and LUCIFER have been picked up to series, the network announced.

They join THE FRANKENSTEIN CODE, GRANDFATHERED, THE GUIDE TO SURVIVING LIFE, THE GRINDER, ROSEWOOD, SCREAM QUEENS, and THE X-FILES revival as the new additions to Fox’s lineup.

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