Pilot Scoop: American Horror Story's Dylan McDermott Pulled Into CBS' Hostages Drama

Hostages TV Pilot Dylan McDermottAmerican Horror Story vet Dylan McDermott has landed the co-lead opposite Toni Collette in Hostages, CBS’ Jerry Bruckheimer-produced drama pilot, TVLine has learned.

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Based upon the Israeli format, the project centers on a family (led by Collette’s matriarch) caught in the middle of a grand political conspiracy.

McDermott will play Duncan, a righteous FBI agent at the center of said conspiracy whose role will come as a surprise.

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  1. Looks like no AHS season 3 for Dylan.

  2. dsm says:

    Toni Collette back on my TV…..oh wait….it’s on CBS :(

  3. Lisa says:

    i didnt want him on ahs next season anyway so thats fine with me

  4. Rrrrrr says:

    Hopefully this get picked up so that he won’t be able to film AHS next season. In a show with such a brilliant cast, he has been the weakest link in both seasons.

  5. Janet says:

    This will never make series. CBS only does procedurals that don’t confuse their audience with things like plot.

  6. Rebecca says:

    I will miss him on AHS…I enjoyed him. He did a great job last year of creeping me out! Best of luck to him!!!

  7. shuayb says:

    I don’t think you can call him an AHS vet if he did only one season… A better intro would be The Practice vet…

  8. intelliwoman says:

    A Bruckheimer show will most likely be a go