Previous Galavant star Josh Sasse has been tapped as a lead in another music-driven series, Fox’s area music administration show Monarch, which is scheduled for a middle of the season launch.
Sasse has joined Susan Sarandon, Trace Adkins, Anna Friel and Beth Ditto in the directly to-series project from maker/chief maker Melissa London Hilfers, leader maker/showrunner Michael Rauch and chief makers Gail Berman, Hend Baghdady and Jason Owen.
Ruler is a multigenerational musical drama about America’s first group of down home music, the Romans, who are going by the madly skilled, yet rock solid Queen of Country Music Dottie Cantrell Roman (Sarandon). Alongside her adored spouse, Albie (Adkins), Dottie has made a down home music tradition. Be that as it may, despite the fact that the Roman name is inseparable from validness, the actual establishment of their prosperity is clearly false. Furthermore, when their reign as country sovereignty is placed in peril, main successor to the crown Nicolette “Nicky” Roman (Friel) will persevere relentlessly to secure her family’s inheritance, while guaranteeing her own quest for stardom.
Sasse will play Luke Roman, the smart, charming however shaky child of down home music legends Dottie and Albie Roman, just as the CEO of the privately-owned company’s, Monarch Entertainment. Luke is near his sisters Nicky and Gigi (Ditto), and is his mom’s favorite, yet he has a grieved relationship with his dad, whose endorsement he can never get, regardless of how diligently he attempts.
Ruler debuts with an uncommon two-night occasion starting Sunday, Jan. 30, quickly following the NFC Championship Game and forging ahead Tuesday, Feb. 1.
Canadian entertainer Sasse is most likely most popular as the title character of Dan Fogelman’s underrated medieval musical comedy Galavant, which broadcasted on ABC for two seasons. Sasse, who likewise played the male lead on the CW series No Tomorrow and featured in DirecTV’s Rogue, was most as of late found in the Hallmark Channel unique film Her Pen Pal. Sasse, whose profession began in front of an audience in the West End creation of Mamma Mia!, is repped by ICM Partners, Silver Lining Entertainment and Insight in the UK.