getTV adding the 2002 drama 'Hack' to its daytime schedule

Source: getTV Press Release 

getTV will be adding the 2002 crime drama "Hack" to its popular daytime programming block. The series hasn't been available on American TV for over a decade. The series now though will be back on TV starting on April 24 at 3 p.m. EST.

"Hack" starred David Morse as a Philadelphia cab driver, who once was a cop. His career was ruined by allegations of corruption. Desperate for redemption, he roams the streets as a vigilante hero and teams up with his former partner Marcellus Washington (Andre Braugher) to help the police force solve crimes and save lives. 

Here's a clip from getTV:

The series was created by David Koepp, who was the screenwriter behind "Jurassic Park," "Panic Room," and "Spider-Man."

Featured guest appearances include Viola Davis, Idris Elba, Jane Krakowski, Amy Ryan, and Abigail Breslin ("Hack" was just her second TV role too). So for more information about this show and getTV's programming,  please click here.