“The Librarians’” lead actor, Noah Wyle, has been doing a lot more than acting on TNT’s television series. In fact, he has been the executive producer on the second and third “The Librarian” movies before he decided to remake the franchise into a series. At present, Wyle will stand as the writer for season three of the series.
Noah Wyle, the actor who has starred in the hit television series “Fallen Skies,” has decided to bring back “The Librarian” into television. He will not only be the show’s lead actor; he will also be producer and writer for the third season.
During an interview, Dean Devlin, a producer of the franchise, revealed, “To have this season him [Wyle] writing, directing, and acting in seven episodes, it feels like we have come all the way home together, it’s great to have him so engaged,” reported Deadline.
What can the audience expect from the series? Devlin replied, “The show will be a bit scarier, with a little bit higher stakes to put more pressure on the characters and how they handle things.” He added, “’The Librarians’ fills a vacuum, providing true family programming for TNT.”
Devlin then commended Wyle’s artistic input to the franchise and said, “He has been incredibly supportive of me spreading my wings on the show.”
Furthermore, Wyle is expected to reprise his role as Flynn Carsen for seven episodes of the upcoming “The Librarians” third season. He will also be directing two episodes and will write one episode as well.
“The Librarians” tells the story of a group of historical experts on a quest to solve ancient mysteries and, accordingly, protect the relics of history and its artifacts. Other acting talents set to partake a role in the franchise as Christian Kane, Rebecca Romijn, John Larroquette, John Kim, and Lindy Booth alongside Noah Wyle.