I’ve just added a bunch of pictures of Hayley attending the ‘1984’ play after party in London last month, on June 28th. She attended the party with fellow actress Jessica Brown Findlay:
A bunch of pictures of Hayley attending last weekend’s Wizard World Comic Con in Philadelphia has been added to our gallery. She attended the convention with fellow ‘Agent Carter’ co-star, Dominic Cooper, with whom she shared a panel. Enjoy!
Yesterday was held the 2016 ABC Upfront in New York City, an event to which Hayley was present. We are delighted to see her attending events again! The first batch of high-quality pictures has been added to our gallery – stay tuned as more are likely to be added in the days to come.
A full 3 minutes-long ‘Conviction‘ trailer has been unveiled during the 2016 ABC Upfronts. Check it out below:
ABC announced yesterday that Agent Carter will no be picked up for a third series. This awful news was fortunately followed by a more joyful news – Conviction, Hayley’s new drama TV show, has been picked-up for a whole first season! Check out a first look below:
A brilliant young attorney (Hayley Atwell), who is also the daughter of a former U.S. president, is blackmailed to head up LA’s new Conviction Integrity Unit. She and her team investigate cases where people may have been wrongly convicted.
ABC has given a series order to Conviction, which stars Agent Carter’s Hayley Atwell, EW has learned. The network also simultaneously canceled Agent Carter, making it the Marvel’s first live-action series to be axed.
In the show, lawyer and former First Daughter Hayes Morrison (Atwell) is about to accept a job offer from her sexy nemesis, NY District Attorney Wayne Wallis, to avoid jail time for cocaine possession and avoid hurting her mother’s Senate campaign. Working with his team at the new Conviction Integrity Unit will let her use her brilliant mind to turn over cases where there is credible suspicion of wrongful conviction, and give her a chance to turn things around with her high-powered political family.
Conviction also stars Eddie Cahill, Shawn Ashmore, Merrin Dungey, Emily Kinney, Manny Montana, and Daniel DiTomasso. Liz Friedman will write and executive-produce with Mark Gordon, Nicholas Pepper, and Liz Friedlander.