Noah Wyle might be returning to TV screens shortly!
According to Deadline, the popular actor has landed the lead role on the CBS pilot, Red Line.
The series will focus on the aftermath of a white cop in Chicago mistakenly gunning down a black doctor. It would follow three families who are connected to the case.
Wyle will take on the role of Daniel Calder, a high school teacher who is struggling to come to terms with the death of his husband, who is killed by the police officer.
Shameless alum, Noel Fisher will take on the role of the police officer, while Aliyah Royale will play Daniel's adopted daughter, Jira.
The pilot will be written by Caitlin Parrish and Erica Weiss and directed by Victoria Mahoney, while Ava DuVernay. Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter will executive produce.
Wyle has appeared in a string of hits throughout his time in the spotlight. He has appeared in ER, Falling Skies, and more recently, The Librarians.
He is also set to appear in Amazon Prime's new drama, The Romanoffs, which is slated to debut later this year.
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