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The "Friday Night Lights" alum talks with THR about her former co-star's "Vatican" pilot and what it will take to bring them back together: "We keep talking about how we have to wait a certain amount of years." read more
Internet sensation Bruno Ganz will portray Pope Sixtus VI in the pilot starring Kyle Chandler and written by "House's" Paul Attanasio. read more
UPDATED: The day Pope Francis I is elected, Ewen Bremner joins the drama pilot starring Kyle Chandler and written by "House's" Paul Attanasio. read more
As a new real-life pope is named, Ewen Bremner joins the drama pilot written by "House's" Paul Attansio. read more
Miles Teller and Kyle Chandler pose for a picture together at the The Spectacular Now after party held at Live From The Hive at Maggie Mae’s during the 2013 SXSW Film Festival on Monday (March 11) in Austin, Texas. The 26-year-old actor stars in the flick about a hard-partying high school senior’s whose philosophy on [...]
She joins Ridley Scott's drama pilot toplined by "Friday Night Lights" alum Kyle Chandler. read more
Pushing Daisies‘ Anna Friel is eying a return to American television with a co-starring role opposite Kyle Chandler in The Vatican, Showtime‘s high-profile drama pilot from Paul Attanasio and Ridley Scott. Said to evoke The SopranosShow More Summary
This fall, television fans will need to adjust some familiar faces in some unfamiliar roles. With pilot season upon us, networks across the dial are casting shows they hope get picked up and turned into full-fledged series for the 2013-2014...Show More Summary
Kyle Chandler is set to star in the pilot episode of Showtime’s new series The Vatican. Produced by Sony Pictures Television, show is billed as a contemporary thriller about spirituality, power and politics set against the backdrop of the Catholic Church. Chandler will play Cardinal Thomas Duffy, a progressive Archbishop of New York. According to [...]Show More Summary
Showtime has drafted former Friday Night Lights star Kyle Chandler to star in its new drama pilot The Vatican, the cable network announced Friday. The Emmy winner formerly known as Coach has taken the lead role as Cardinal Thomas Duffy,...Show More Summary
Looks like Friday Night Lights' Kyle Chandler will be trading in his Dillon Lions windbreaker for priest robes, having been cast in Showtime's The Vatican as Cardinal Thomas Duffy, "the charismatic yet enigmatic Archbishop of New York,...Show More Summary
Kyle Chandler joins Showtime’s ‘The Vatican’ via Rickey.org Coach Taylor for Pope! Kyle Chandler, Emmy-winning star of NBC's 'Friday Night Lights', has been cast in the lead role in Showtime's upcoming drama 'The Vatican.' The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
Seeing as the Catholic Church takes it upon itself to act as the hand of God, it’s somehow fitting to see that hand placed on the shoulder of His people by Kyle Chandler, as he delivers the motivational halftime sermon to a sinful world that really needs to get its act together. Show More Summary
Everyone's favorite Kyle Chandler has been cast to star in the pilot for Showtime's The Vatican, a contemporary thriller set in the modern-day Catholic Church. Chandler will play Cardinal Thomas Duffy, the charismatic and mysterious archbishop of New York whose progressive beliefs earn him both supporters and enemies within the Church. ... More »
Friday Night Lights? actor Kyle Chandler is returning to the small screen for a pretty high-profile pilot over at Showtime. In Vatican, Chandler is set to play Cardinal Thomas Duffy, a man with a modern outlook and a brazen attitude. In fact, as the Archbishop of New York, he?s even ordained a woman in the Catholic Church, which is fairly unusual for that religion.
Emmy Award winner Kyle Chandler ("Friday Night Lights," Argo, Zero Dark Thirty ) has been cast in the lead role of the drama pilot "The Vatican," a provocative contemporary genre thriller about spirituality, power and politics ? setShow More Summary
He'll reunite with "Friday Night Lights" executive producer and network topper David Nevins. read more
Pretty much everyone in television has been clamoring for Kyle Chandler to come back to the medium that made him Coach Taylor for the last two years, but he's been quietly exploring a movie career with small roles in critically acclaimed films.