In September of last year, it was announced that Ventimiglia, based on the NBC drama “This Is Us,” would play the famous Daredevil. However, the coronavirus epidemic closed the series on March 13, just before production began.
Unable to star again the production of the show and with Ventimiglia and series writer Aton Frankel scheduled to start working on other projects, the network decided to walk away from the project.
The actor was going to star in a limited series od United States and the shooting of the series was going to start during his break time with This Is Us. When the production of the series came to stop actors like Sarah Gadon, David Krumholtz, and Michael Chernus lost their contact.
Reason for cancellation of the show: –
A limited series movie would be made during the Ventimiglia break in This is Us series. The project was fully molded and staffed; Production was about to start when the coronavirus epidemic forced it to shut down on March 13, the last day of preparation.
With the availability window closing, there is no sure way to resume production in the US Amidst the wave of new COVID-19 transitions that synchronize everyone’s schedules with a challenging proposition, a decision by the U.S. It was not made in the United States to continue the series.
Everything about the Milo Ventimiglia’s Series
Written by Eton Frankel, Evel draws on the story of Evel Knievel (Ventimiglia) as he prepares for his greatest devastating feat of death: the historic jump of the Snake River Canyon.
Produced, starred, and produced by Ventimiglia, Mac’s Wonderland Sound & Vision, Charles Ron’s Atlas Entertainment, and UCP, a division of NBCUniversal Content Studios.
Executive producers are
- Marie Viola
- Steven Bello of Wonderland Sound and Vision; Alex Gartner
- Charles rowan
- Topher Rhys-Lawrence of Atlas Entertainment
In addition to Ventimiglia and Ras Kundif through their Divertic Pictures.