Exclusive: Mahra Hill, who starred in the OWN series Delilah, played the female lead opposite NBC drama pilot Jesse L. Martin. Irrational.
Created by Craig Wright, Delilah Premiered in March 2021. It was quietly canceled several months ago, the source said Deadline, making Hill available for pilot and series.
By Arika Mitman, Irrational Based on bestselling author Dan Arielli’s “Predictably Irrational”. The show focuses on Alec Baker (Martin), a world-renowned professor of behavioral psychology with a unique insight into human nature who lends his expertise to a high-stack array involving governments, corporations and law enforcement. However, she encounters a female domestic terrorist suspect with her match that turns her world upside down.
Hill will play Marissa, a shrewd and intelligent FBI agent with a passion for work who often finds himself teaming up with Alec (Martin) in one way or another.
Martin is also building a pilot, which will be shot in Vancouver in late May-early June. Mittman co-produced with executives Mark Goffman and Samuel Baum while Aurelie worked as a consultant. Universal Television, a division of the Universal Studio Group, is the studio.
Hill, who has played a guest role in such series Black-ish, The L Word: Generation, How to Get Away with Murder, Life in Pieces And Dumb, He has been replaced by Avi Simon, manager of Rectangle Entertainment, and Grace Kallis, attorney for Ginsberg Daniels Kallis.