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Roma Downey and Mark Burnett are extending their collaboration with NBC from “A.D.” this spring to another television series, “Unveiled,” the network announced on Friday.
The husband and wife production team are set to premiere “A.D.” this Easter, but another one-hour drama based on “flawed guardian angels” who attempt to restore faith and save the lives of those in crises will also make its way to NBC shortly. “Unveiled” will premiere during the 2015-16 season, according to Variety.
Downey and Burnett are acting as executive producers on “Unveiled” alongside John Sakmar and Kerry Lenhart, and Universal Television and Lightworks Media will produce the series. The guardian angel theme on “Unveiled” could be inspired the hit ’90’s television series “Touched by an Angel” on which Downey starred as a kind-hearted angel Monica. The role earned the actress international fame as well as an Emmy and Golden Globe Award.
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