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USA Network Will Unveil 15 Second 'DIG' Ad During Super Bowl

Anne Heche stars in DIG.
USA Network announced today that it will unveil a Super Bowl spot for DIG, its highly anticipated 10-episode event series, premiering March 5 at 10 p.m. ET. The :15 second spot will feature clips from the international production and series stars including Golden Globe nominee Jason Isaacs (Awake) and Emmy Award-winner Anne Heche (Save Me, Another World).

DIG is executive produced by Tim Kring (Heroes) and Gideon Raff (Homeland).

Check out a new behind the scenes interview with Anne Heche below:



On Monday, February 23 at 11 p.m. ET, USA Network will take viewers on location and behind-the-scenes of DIG, with an original half-hour special, The Making of DIG. The special will delve into the mysteries and conspiracies of the 10-episode thriller and provide exclusive access to the sets of this international production, which spans Israel, Croatia, Canada and New Mexico. Along with never-before-seen footage, The Making of DIG also features in-depth interviews with Isaacs and Heche, as well as the executive producers. The Making of DIG will have a pre-linear premiere on Sunday, February 1, available on VOD and TV Everywhere Platforms.

The special will also include interviews with pilot director SJ Clarkson (Dexter) and series stars Emmy Award nominee Lauren Ambrose (Six Feet Under), Golden Globe Award winner Regina Taylor (The Unit), Alison Sudol (Transparent), David Costabile (Breaking Bad), Tony Award nominee Omar Metwally (Non-Stop), Screen Actors Guild Award winner Richard E. Grant (Downton Abbey) and Ori Pfeffer (World War Z).

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