Netflix Political Thriller THE NIGHT AGENT Turns the Vancouver Art Gallery into Washington D.C.
Luciane Buchanan and Vancouver filmmaker Danny Choi on the set of Netflix’s White House conspiracy thriller The Night Agent at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Inspired by Matthew Quirk’s novel, The Night Agent follows low-level FBI agent, Peter Sutherland (Gabriel Basso), who works in the basement of the White House, manning a phone that never rings — until the night that it does, pulling him into a conspiracy that ultimately leads to the Oval Office.
Rose Larkin (Luciane Buchanan) is a young tech CEO who’s fallen on hard times and retreats to her aunt and uncle’s house to take stock of her life. When assassins come for her aunt and uncle, she quickly learns they weren’t who they seemed to be and finds herself with Peter, both of them running for their lives.
The Night Agent turns Vancouver into Washington, D.C.
New subway station in the art gallery square pic.twitter.com/O8IBAM235R— Darryl Lindsay (@darryl_lindsay) March 9, 2022
Vancouver filming dates: February 14th to June 8th, 2022.
Showrunner: Shawn Ryan.
Cast: Gabriel Basso, Luciane Buchanan Hong Chau, DB Woodside, Fola Evans-Akingbola, Eve Harlow, Phoenix Raei, Enrique Murciano, Sarah Desjardins.
Simone Kessell and Luciane Buchanan.
Gabriel Basso is low-level FBI agent, Peter Sutherland.
Luciane Buchanan is young tech CEO Rose Larkin.
More cast via Deadline: Hollywood.
Hong Chau is the President’s chief of staff Diane Farr.
DB Woodside is Secret Service agent Erik Monks.
Fola Evans-Akingbola is the head of the Vice-President’s daughter’s security detail Chelsea Arrington.
Eve Harlow is the unpredictable killer Ellen.
Phoenix Rael is Ellen’s partner Dale.
Enrique Murciano is the head of the White House’s Secret Service detail Ben Almora.
Sarah Desjardins is the Vice-President’s teen daughter Maddie Redfield.
Director: Seth Gordon will direct the first episode.
Producers: Shawn Ryan, Seth Gordon, Middkid Productions, Exhibit A Entertainment, Project X, Sunset Lane Media, Sony Television.
Series inspired by Matthew Quirk’s novel.