CBS's drama series "Moonlight," from prolific movie producer Joel Silver ("The Matrix," Trilogy), is about Mick St. John (Alex O'Loughlin, upcoming "White Out"), a captivating "undead" private investigator who uses his acute vampire senses to help the living ... instead of feeding on them. In an agonizing twist of fate on "Moonlight," Mick was "bitten" 60 years ago by his new bride, the seductive and beguiling Coraline (Amber Valletta, "Hitch"). Immortal and eternally as young, handsome and charismatic as he was then, Mick is sickened by Coraline and other vampires who view humans only as a source of nourishment on "Moonlight."

With only a handful of undead confidantes for company on "Moonlight," including deceitful ally Josef (Rade Serbedzija, "24"), Mick fills his infinite days protecting the living, and trying not to think about how his life would have been if he hadn't followed his heart. However, after six decades of resisting, he wonders if it's time to pursue the love of a mortal on "Moonlight." He has his eyes on Beth Turner, a beautiful, ambitious reporter who has been covering the ongoing plague of unusual murders on "Moonlight." But would Beth even consider giving up a normal life to be with him, and can Mick risk the pain of seeing himself as a monster in her eyes? As Mick lives between two realities on "Moonlight," fighting his adversaries among the undead and falling in love with Beth, he knows he needs to figure out a reason to keep "living."

"Moonlight" is produced by Warner Bros. Television. Joel Silver, Rod Holcomb ("ER"), Ron Koslow ("Birds of Prey"), Trevor Munson and Gerard Bocaccio are executive producers Rod Holcomb directed the pilot for "Moonlight."




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FACTS

Network: CBS
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: September 28, 2007
Finale Date: May 16, 2008
Seasons: 1
Production Companies:
Silver Pictures Television
Warner Bros. Television





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