James Wolk Starring in CBS Drama Zoo

James Wolk Zoo

A former Political Animal is moving into CBS’ Zoo.

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James Wolk has been tapped to star in the upcoming drama, based on James Patterson’s 2012 novel about a young renegade biologist who must uncover the secret behind a wave of violent animal attacks against humans.

Wolk previously co-starred on CBS’ The Crazy Ones, opposite the late Robin Williams.

Zoo is slated for a Summer 2015 premiere on CBS.

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  1. Tran says:

    James Wolk back on CBS? That’s something.

  2. herman1959 says:

    I love James Wolk, and I hope he can hook up with a show that’ll last, but this doesn’t sound like it me…hope I’m wrong.

  3. LynnH says:

    I love James Wolk but the premise of this show sounds awful!

  4. Happ says:

    Terrible book, now sure why you would make a show about it!

  5. jenna says:

    i’m a fan of james wolk so i’ll definitely be tuning in. The premise of the show sounds….interesting? I haven’t read the book but its a unique concept

  6. mollytanner says:

    Something has to stick for James Wolk eventually, right? Zoo should be a good fit with Under the Dome and Extant, two series that are not great, but I watch anyways for whatever reason.

  7. Joey Padron says:

    Happy he’ll be back on TV again! I’ll be checking out the show next summer.

  8. Jakay says:

    Bob Benson rides again!

  9. Jane says:

    Like James Wolk but this is one of the worse books I’ve ever read. Plot was really stupid.

  10. BrightLight says:

    Excited to see James Wolk back on my TV, but that book is not great, Bob.