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DIG 2015

  • 2015-05-08T04:00:00+02:00
  • USA Network
  • 2015-03-05T09:00:00+01:00
  • 45 mins
  • 7 hours, 30 mins
  • United States
  • English
  • Drama, Mystery, Action, Adventure
When FBI Agent Peter Connelly, recently stationed in Jerusalem, begins investigating the murder of a young American, he realizes that he’s uncovered an ancient international conspiracy that threatens to change the course of human history. Certain that the dangerous prophecy is nearing fruition, Peter must race against the clock to unravel its mystery. From a remote farm in Norway, to an enigmatic compound in New Mexico, to the serpentine tunnels of Jerusalem, he searches for the truth, the revelation of which will shake the world's beliefs to its very core.

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After binge-watching the whole 10 episodes, I think that Dig had the promise to become more than an event series. Jason Isaacs is one one the best British actors today and I truly respect his craft. It's so sad for me that his television series (as a main character) don't get a second season since Brotherhood. Shooting in Jerusalem was a bold move that added texture and a gritty look that was lost when production was moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico. The whole show had to be adapted and re-written, and many scenes re-shot or dropped. Keeping in mind that this series was originally planned as a 6 episode drama (the extra 4 episodes were added when the network was so pleased with the rushes shot on location), I like the overall direction of the plot, despite the huge number of characters that were introduced and cast aside, leaving many holes story-wise, even when I know some of them actually came with the added material (the original ending was very different in the 6 hours version). Dig happens to be a good show about fanaticism, intolerance and grief, that suffered from production changes, but enjoyable after all.

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Intriguing series, good cast - skirting the edges of science and mythology.

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