One of the most familiar opening lines in any TV show is that of a deep, resonant male voiceover telling you about three little girls who went to the police academy. Charlie’s Angels was one of the smash hits of the 1970’s and now its back, but not as you’ve ever seen it before. This new show is a parody and is loud, brash and fun. These angels are far from saints, and the premise of giving everyone a second chance brings together 3 girls who have been on the wrong side of the law.

Kate used to be a cop in Miami, her fall from grace lost her both her career and her boyfriend. Gloria is an ex army Lt. who left the service in disgrace and is an expert with explosives. Finally we have the princess from Park Ave, Abby, who decided to turn to talents to high-class robbery. Gloria is tragically killed on a mission and her childhood friend Eve, an ex street racer, is drafted in by Charlie to make his angels a trio again.

Leonard Goldberg (the original Charlie’s Angels) and Drew Barrymore (the Charlie’s Angels movies) join forces with Alfred Gough and Miles Millar (Smallville) to deliver the adrenaline rush of the season.  Set in scorching-hot Miami, Charlie’s Angels delivers nonstop big screen action.  With the help of Bosley 2.0 (Ramon Rodriguez), their hot, young technical expert, and the guidance of their enigmatic boss Charlie (Robert Wagner), these angels are an unstoppable crime fighting force.

Annie Ilonzeh – Kate Prince
Minka Kelly – Eve
Rachel Taylor – Abby Sampson
Ramon Rodriguez – Bosley
Robert Wagner – Voice of Charlie

Production Company – Sony Pictures Television
Executive Producer – Miles Millar
Executive Producer – Alfred Gough
Executive Producer – Nancy Juvonen
Executive Producer – Leonard Goldberg
Executive Producer – Drew Barrymore
Director – Marcos Siega