Ten Days In the Valley: Who's Who?

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Kyra Sedgwick is back!

It has been too long since she has graced the small screen as a leading lady. Thankfully, the wait is over with the eagerly anticipated Ten Days In the Valley, in which Sedgwick stars and produces.

Ten Days in the Valley will focus on Jane. She's a flawed, complex single mother and television producer who balances a high-stress job, raising her daughter, and fighting her ex for custody. When her daughter disappears, Jane's entire world is thrown off kilter.

Ten Days in the Valley bolsters an impressive cast and should be an instant hit. 

Check out the photos below and get to know these characters, then hit the comments and give us your thoughts!

Ten Days In the Valley premieres October.1 at 10/9c on ABC.


1. Jane Sadler - Ten Days In the Valley

Jane Sadler - Ten Days In the Valley
Kyra Sedgwick reclaims her spot as a leading lady on primetime television for the first time since The Closer. She stars as Jane, a hard-working television producer, and single mom. After producing an award winning documentary that brought down the SDPD, Jane used her skills to produce a crime procedural. When her daughter goes missing she does whatever it takes to find her while clashing with her ex, juggling the Robbery Homicide Division, and protecting her own secrets.

2. Lake Sadler - Ten Days In the Valley

Lake Sadler - Ten Days In the Valley
Young talent, Abigail Pniowsky, stars as Lake Sadler. Lake is Jane and Pete's young daughter. Lake mysteriously disappears one night while Jane is working, and her disappearance is what sets the season's events into motion.

3. Pete - Ten Days In the Valley

Pete - Ten Days In the Valley
Sense8's Kick Gurry starts as Pete. He's Jane's ex and the father of Lake. He and Jane have a tumultuous relationship, and they are engaged in a vicious custody battle when Lake disappears. He's a music producer and recovering heroin addict. He's also the first person Jane thinks is responsible for Lake's disappearance.

4. Ali Petrovich - Ten Days In the Valley

Ali Petrovich - Ten Days In the Valley
Parenthood's Erika Christensen stars as Ali Petrovitch. Ali is Jane's younger half sister. She is sweet and practical. She and Jane have a complicated relationship that stems from Ali not approving of Jane's choices. Ali also has her own difficulties conceiving a child. She's either just as driven to find Lake as Jane, or she's a reasonable suspect behind Lake's disappearance, especially if she disapproves of Jane's parenting style and choices.

5. Tom - Ten Days In the Valley

Tom - Ten Days In the Valley
Ed and Ozark star Josh Randall plays Tom, Ali's husband. He's described as extremely ambitious. He's an unemployed journalist who is desperately looking for his next big break. The disappearance of a famous television show producer's daughter is exactly the type of story that could get him back in the game. It's also the type of thing that makes him suspicious. Could he be behind Lake's disappearance? He has a motive.

6. Matt - Ten Days In the Valley

Matt - Ten Days In the Valley
Every powerful woman needs a trusty sidekick, and Matt is Jane's. The incomparable Malcolm-Jamal Warner plays Matt, Jane's second-hand. He's the head writer of the show Jane produces. Despite being her right-hand man, he can never quite appease her. He's ambitious and desperately wants his own series one day. Could one day be sooner rather than later, and is he just desperate enough to take Lake? Tune in to find out!

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Ten Days In the Valley Quotes

PJ: I'm out of Addies. Sunday night, a lot of people are on deadlines.
Jane: Really?
PJ: Is this gonna work for you?
Jane: Yeah.
PJ: Yeah, just put on your tab. Is that OK?
Jane: Totally.

Jane: Wait a minute, do you have a secret?
Lake: Sometimes when I'm gone, when I'm with Daddy, I miss you so much that I think I want to go to heaven.
Jane: I know. It's hard, right?