Keifer Sutherland cannot go down!
Projects with his name attached, whether he stars or not, seem to live on and on and on.
We've seen 24 revived more times than we can count while fans beg for his return, and now the man himself gets up after being beaten down by ABC with Designated Survivor.
Rumors had been flying since its cancelation that Netflix might swoop in and save the Presidential drama, and they are rumors no more.
Not only has the streamer saved the series, but its survival comes with a whopping fifth showrunner as the series heads into its third season.
Under the Dome and ER alum Neal Baer will take the helm from Keith Eisner for the upcoming ten-episode season which will be a co-production between Netflix and Entertainment One.
While with ABC, the first two seasons were available on Hulu.
"Timely and gripping, Designated Survivor has quickened the pulses of our Netflix members outside the U.S. and Canada in its first two seasons," Netflix vp content Bela Bajaria said.
"The international audience for the show drove our interest to bring the show to the world as a Netflix original for its third season and we are excited to bring the first two seasons to our U.S. and Canadian members as well.”
"I am thrilled to have the opportunity to play President Kirkman for season three of Designated Survivor with Netflix, eOne and Neal Baer," Sutherland said. "I believe this format will allow us to continue to delve deeply into storylines and issues concerning the American electorate that were not previously possible.”
As an executive producer on the series, Sutherland is very involved with the creative aspects of the show including script approval along with series creator, David Guggenheim.
Designated Survivor will see Sutherland's President Kirkman explores today's world of campaigning, smear tactics, debate, campaign finance, and fake news according to a report on Deadline.
Designated Survivor marks the fifth series to be saved by another network going into the coming season, the second by Netflix (Lucifer) and the second ABC series (Last Man Standing).
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