If all goes as planned over at CBS, Morena Baccarin (Deadpool, Homeland) will star in a Fire Country spinoff, Deadline reports. Details about the project are scarce, but we know that the potential series, which will get a test-run episode in Fire Country's upcoming second season, would be centered around a town sheriff played by Baccarin (as opposed to an existing character). Read on for everything there is to know about the Fire Country spinoff so far.
Is there a Fire Country spinoff?
There is a Fire Country spinoff in the works at CBS, but it still has to go through a couple of stages of development before it's a sure thing. According to Deadline, there will be a "planted" spinoff episode in the flagship's upcoming second season. Baccarin will guest star as Mickey, "a Sheriff’s Deputy for fifteen years who knows every corner of Edgewater," the fictional Northern California town in which Fire Country is based, "and every one of its inhabitants." Her episode's reception could influence whether CBS moves ahead with the spinoff idea.
What is the Fire Country spinoff about?
CBS hasn't released any plot details, but we know the spinoff would star Baccarin as a sheriff and that we'll be introduced to her character in Fire Country's second season.
What is the release date for the Fire Country spinoff?
There is no release date for the Fire Country spinoff just yet as it hasn't even moved into production.
Who is cast in the Fire Country spinoff?
So far, only Baccarin has been tapped to star in the potential spinoff. Watch this space for any additional casting news.
How to watch the Fire Country spinoff
The Fire Country spinoff will air on CBS if and when it's ready to go, but viewers will get a taste of the potential series sometime during the second season of the mothership show, which returns Feb. 16 at 9 p.m. ET.