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Prime’s CROSS Season 2 With Aldis Hodge In Production in DC & Toronto

Prime Video’s Cross series, starring Aldis Hodge as Alex Cross, has started production on season 2, before season one has a premiere date.

Joining Aldis Hodge in season 2 are Jeanine Mason, Wes Chatham and Matthew Lillard.

Cross is a twisted thriller about Alex Cross (Aldis Hodge), a detective and forensic psychologist, uniquely capable of digging into the psyches of killers and their victims, in order to identify — and ultimately capture — the murderer

Cross s brilliant, flawed, and full of contradictions. A doting father and family man, Cross is single-minded to the point of obsession when he hunts killers. He is desperate for love, but his wife’s murder has left him too damaged to receive it. 

Cross is adapted from James Patterson’s best-selling books.

Morgan Freeman played Alex Cross in the movies Kiss the Girls and Along Came a Spider.

Related: Prime Video’s Alex Cross Series With Aldis Hodge Starts Filming in D.C. & Toronto

Filming season one:

Related: Alex Cross Series With Aldis Hodge Has Season 2 Filming Dates in Toronto

Cross Season 2:

Filming dates: April 29 2024 – September 23 2024.

Showrunner: Ben Watkins.

Cast: Aldis Hodge, Jeanine Mason, Wes Chatham, Matthew Lillard.

Cross Season One:

Filming dates:January 17 2023  – May 12 2023.

Showrunner: Ben Watkins.

Cast: Aldis Hodge, Ryan Eggold, Isaiah Mustafa, Alona Tal, Johnny Ray Gill, Eloise Mumford, Siobhan Murphy, Sharon Tayler.

Black Adam’s Aldis Hodge plays Alex Cross.

New Amsterdamx’s Ryan Eggold plays well-connected Ed Ramsey who starts off as a fan of Cross but soon becomes an adversary.

Shadowhunters’ Isaiah Mustafa plays Alex’s partner on the force John Sampson and BFF of 30 years, also known as Two-John and Man-Mountain.

SEAL Team’s Alona Tal plays FBI agent Kayla Craig, who aims to recruit Cross into the bureau and possibly her bed.

Underground’s Johnny Ray Gill play ex-police offer Bobby Trey, who now works for Cross’s antagonist Ed Ramsey.

50 Shades of Grey’s Eloise Mumford plays Shannon Witmer, who’s ensnared by Ed Ramsey.

Murdoch Mysteries’ Siobhan Murphy plays driven Washington Post journalist Tania Hightower.

Sharon Taylor plays pregnant Lt. Oracene Massey, Alex Cross’s immediate superior at the Metro PD in a replacement casting.

Producers: Skydance Television, James Patterson, Paramount Television, Amazon Prime Video.

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