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Jericho Heading To The Big Screen?

Jericho Heading To The Big Screen?


U.S. TV drama JERICHO could be heading to the big screen, according to the show’s stars ASHLEY SCOTT and BRAD BEYER.

The series – a portrayal of America post-nuclear attacks – was axed by network CBS in March (08) after a small, devoted group of fans begged TV bosses to green light a second series last year (07).

But now supporters of the program could be in for a treat if movie bosses give the go ahead for a film version of the show.

And Scott insists that she, and her co-star Brad Beyer, would both be interested in signing on to the project.

She says, “We caught wind of a possible movie idea, which we thought was really good. I think Brad had heard about it online the other day, and I just heard tonight, and I thought that would be really wonderful, wouldn’t it? Kind of put a closing on it.”

Beyer adds, “We kind of feel like it needs some closure, because it still feels kind of weird. I mean, we didn’t get to a whole second season. … I think you can do a lot more with it. I think there’s a lot of different ways you can go with the story.”



  1. Gwen wrote: The fans are still fighting to save Jericho!

    The fans have already put ads in The Hollywood Reporter and Variety, a billboard in Los Angeles, and are now airing TV ads in the Los Angeles area. They’ve also brought attention to the inadequacy of the Nielsen rating system.

    CBS Paramount is in talks with other parties to continue Jericho and they want to hear from the Jericho fans.

    Please write to: Ms. Nancy Tellem, President, CBS Paramount Network Television Entertainment Group, 4024 Radford Avenue, Studio City, CA 91604-2190.

    For more information on how to help Save Jericho go to:


  2. Alexa wrote: I’d love to see a movie. I haven’t yet finished the last few eps mainly because I’m disappointed it will be the end once I do finish

  3. beesknees wrote: If one of the actors read about the idea online, then what are the chances of it actually being legitimate? Though who knows, I guess…


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