On ABC’s Zero Hour, Anthony Edwards sheds the skin of Dr. Mark Greene in almost every way possible.
Yes, his character Hank, a magazine editor, is a nice guy who’s dedicated to his family. But the journey Hank goes on couldn’t be more different than that of the fan-favorite doctor from Chicago General.
On the show, premiering tonight, Hank’s wife is kidnapped and on his quest to find her, Hank uncovers a treasure of secrets that leads him down a dangerous and complicated path — that will all unravel over 13 episodes. “They really wanted to make a movie for television,” explains Edwards, who starred on NBC’s ER from 1994-2002. “Our marching orders [were] ‘Go for it.’”
And in a chat with EW, Edwards explains that’s exactly what they did, and why he chose Zero Hour to be his first major TV project in more than a decade. READ FULL STORY »