HOOQ – the largest Video on Demand service in South East Asia – is proud to build on its HOOQ Originals offering with yet another Hollywood title. In a deal with Sony Pictures Television, HOOQ has acquired the new series, Carter, a light-hearted detective procedural that blends small-town charm with big-city crime. The series will premiere on 6 April, with new episodes dropping every Friday. HOOQ is the first to premiere the series worldwide and Carter marks the second Hollywood Original to arrive on the service following the gripping police drama, The Oath, from Sony Pictures Television.
Chief Content Officer of HOOQ, Jennifer Batty said, “We understand the need to offer a variety of genres and tones to our loyal subscribers which is why we loved Carter. Thanks to creator Garry Campbell’s (MADtv) quirky vision and writer John Tinker’s (Chicago Hope) skill with drama, Carter truly has a unique voice. We’re confident that this fresh take on the detective drama is well poised to be a hit among our audience on HOOQ.”
Produced by Amaze Film + Television, Carter tells the story of Harley Carter (Jerry O’Connell), a detective on a hit American TV show who is forced to return to his sleepy hometown after an embarrassing public meltdown in Hollywood. Upon his return, Carter taps into his acting experience to become a real-life detective, partnering with his two best friends, Sam Shaw (Sydney Poitier Heartsong) and Dave Leigh (Kristian Bruun).
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