Fresh off of her starring role in Canadian drama “Diggstown,” “General Hospital” alum Vinessa Antoine is heading back to the states via straight-to-series true-crime drama “Interrogation.” Antoine will recur in the CBS All Access series opposite Kyle Gallner.
According to Deadline, which first reported the news, Antoine will portray “a street-smart diner waitress who becomes crucial in a decades-old murder investigation after becoming involved with the private investigator.”
“Interrogation was co-created by writer-producer Anders Weidemann and John Mankiewicz. The series follows a true story that spanned more than 30 years, in which a young man (Gallner) was charged and convicted of brutally murdering his mother.
The first nine episodes of the series will be available to view in any order, according to the publication, as each episode is “structured around an interrogation. The multi-linear approach will give viewers the opportunity to follow their instincts and develop their own interpretations of the facts of the case and ultimately decide innocence or guilt.”
Since leaving “GH” in 2018, Antoine starred as Marcie Diggs in six episodes of the CBC drama “Diggstown.” She also appeared in a recent episode of FOX’s “The Resident.” Her other credits include “NCIS,” “Work in Progress,” “Heartland” and “Being Erica,” among others.