Justin Hyres, who co-starred in the TV version of Rush Hour closed by CBS after its first season, will continue to collaborate with the channel in relaunching another popular franchise. According to Deadline, Hyres will star opposite Lucas Till and George Eads in the upcoming MacGyver series, based on ABC's 1985 show "Secret Agent MacGyver." The series featured a resourceful and resourceful agent who improvises his way out of difficult situations using everyday items such as gum, chewing gum and a Swiss knife.
Hyres will play one of four new characters added since the pilot episode ... The cast of the project, developed by Hawaii 5-0 showrunner Peter M. Lenkov, after the pilot left, only Till and Eads remained. Hyres will play MacGyver's ambitious flatmate Wilt Boser.
In the new version of the action-adventure 20-year-old MacGyver (Till), he is recruited by an underground organization to use his unique talents to solve problems in unconventional ways and prevented disasters. The series is co-produced by CBS TV Studios and Lionsgate TV.
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