Anyway, this role should be flawless for Stephen Amell, who is no stranger to anything to do with wrestling and had already shown what he can do in the ring in 2015 and 2018.
Actor and occasional pro wrestler Stephen Amell is set to star in a wrestling-themed drama.
The official description: "Set in a close-knit Georgia community, Heels follows a family-owned wrestling promotion as two brothers and rivals war over their late father's legacy". Amell will star as the company's owner and "villain" (aka the "heel"), a working class father and husband trying to turn the small company into a major player. Spade is determined to make the DWA into an empire no matter what it takes.
With Amell attached to the project it has received a series greenlight and an eight-episode order. With the mind of an artist in the body of a warrior and a Steve Jobs-like need for perfection and for control.
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The series is now signed on for one eight episode season.
Today, it was confirmed that Amell is set to appear in Heels, an eight-episode series set around the world of independent professional wrestling. Heels was written by Michael Waldron, a Rick and Morty writer who's now working on the Disney Plus Loki series.
Stephen Amell is no stranger to professional wrestling. He was creator/executive producer of Survivor's Remorse, which ran for four seasons on the premium cable network. Mike O'Malley will serve as showrunner. With an episode of a five-show crossover built in, season 8 promises big things. The culminating storyline will incorporate Warner Bros., CW's Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Batwoman and Supergirl. It will also be produced by Lionsgate Television for Starz.
After the announcement, Amell took to Twitter inviting AEW wrestler and EVP Cody Rhodes to come help with the show.