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TV PILOTS: ABC Pilot NATIONAL PARKS With Billy Campbell, Angel Parker & Gerardo Celasco Filming in Vancouver This Spring

National Parks


ABC pilot National Parks from Yellowstone’s Kevin Costner is filming in Vancouver this Spring.

Billy Campbell, Angel Parker and Gerardo Celasco co-star as national parks service agents who investigate crimes while protecting the Pacific Northwest parks.

Filming dates: March 22nd to April 21st.

Studio: North Shore Studios.

National Parks follows a small group of elite national parks service agents of the Investigative Services Branch as they solve crimes while protecting the parks in the Pacific West region— which, while being known for their sweeping, beautiful landscapes, also attract a vast array of criminal activity.

Cast: Billy Campbell, Angel Parker, Geraldo Celasco, Guillermo Diaz, Tiffany Dupont, Ashlei Sharpe Chesnut & Blu Hunt.

Cardinal star Billy Campell will play ISB special agent Cal Foster, who has worked in the field for years but is now stepping into a a leadership role with the branch.

Marvel Runaways star Angel Parker will play ISB Intelligence Analyst Ava Longridge, who gathers and studies evidence to create assessments of potential targets and threats inside the National Parks.

Gerardo Celasco will play ISB agent Lincoln Kane.

Guillermo Diaz will play ISB special agent, helicopter pilot and botanist Vic.

Ashlei Sharpe Chesnut will play rookie ISB agent Penny Stanton.

Tiffany Dupont will play ISB special agent and wildlife expert Talia.

Blu Hunt will play National Park Service Park Ranger Nore Yazzie, who assists the ISB with their cases inside Yosemite National Park.

Writer-producers: Kevin Costner, Aaron Helbing, Jon Baird

Director:  Anthony Hemingway.

Producers: Rod Lake, Ivan Cohen, Ken Halsband  from Territory Pictures and Barry Jossen and Tana Jamieson from A+E Studios




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