Tuesday, February 20, 2018

County Line - an INSP films TV Movie starring Tom Wopat, Jeff Fahey, Patricia Richardson, Grant Goodeve and more!


Movie: County Line

Network: INSP

Original Air Date: May 5, 2018


Tom Wopat ... Alden Rockwell
Jeff Fahey ... Clint Thorne
Patricia Richardson ... Maddie Hall
Mark Ashworth ... Calvin Killby
James Boivin ... Deputy sheriff
Abbi Butler ... Ember Rockwell
Vinny Costa ... Doctor
Justin Debord ... Coyote
Brian F. Durkin ... Crank Prattler
Melissa Kay Glaze ... Lori Rockwell
Wil Gonzalez ... Deputy Sheriff
Grant Goodeve ... Sheriff Preston
R. Keith Harris ... Deputy Sloan
Patrick Johnson ... Nat
Tyler Klee ... Cronie
Lance E. Nichols ... Doc Bronson
Davis Osborne ... Sly Prattler
Ric Reitz ... Zack Van Zant
Michael Ruff ... Tubs Prattler
Donna Sexton ... Election HQ People
Dendrie Taylor ... Jordan Thorne
Thomas Torrey ... Wishbone
Danny Vinson ... Skooter
Gary Wheeler ... Burkens
Joseph P. Scott ... Welder


Details/Storyline via INSP Films Press Release:

Doug Butts, SVP of Programming for general entertainment network INSP, announced... INSP Films’ latest movie, County Line, will premiere exclusively on the INSP television network on Saturday, May 5th at 8:00PM ET.

“We are excited about having the opportunity to debut County Line on INSP this spring,” said Butts. “The loyal viewers who have come to rely on INSP to deliver classic westerns like Gunsmoke and Bonanza will really enjoy County Line, as it is a crime drama with a western feel. It is a fast paced movie that features a veteran cast who deliver great performances. Viewers will love the unexpected twists and surprise ending.”

County Line stars Tom Wopat (The Dukes of Hazzard, Longmire, Django Unchained) as Alden Rockwell, a former sheriff who is left with many questions and no answers when his best friend and neighboring county sheriff, Clint Thorne, played by Jeff Fahey (Texas Rising, Justified, Lost, Under the Dome), is brutally gunned down. After the investigation stalls and Alden’s replacement, Sheriff Preston (Grant Goodeve - Eight is Enough, Dynasty, Twin Peaks) turns a blind eye, Alden takes the case into his own hands.

Also starring in County Line are Patricia Richardson, (Last Man Standing, Home Improvement, The West Wing) as local diner owner, Maddie Hall; and Dendrie Taylor (Saving Mr. Banks, Out of the Furnace, True Blood) who plays Clint’s straightforward and no nonsense wife Jordan.

County Line is produced by INSP Films and distributed by Imagicomm Entertainment.
*Press Release via Tara Brown, INSP.

Storyline via IMDB:

Tough, no nonsense, Marine vet, Alden Rockwell has lost his bid for re-election as sheriff of Maksville County. Reluctantly, he settles into retirement, accepting that Preston, a smooth-talking, more politically savvy cop has taken his place-a cop he mentored. Alden's wife has passed, and still grieving, he spends much of his time tending to the chickens, pigs and house pets she loved on their farm. Even his daughter, Ember, who is following in his military footsteps, and about to deploy, can't ease him from his malaise. Alden's good friend, Sheriff Clint Thorne, has been re-elected in neighboring York County. Alden and Clint go way back, growing up in their respective counties and serving together in Vietnam. Their friendship is solid made up of good-natured banter, sincere concern, and the kind of code passed between two law enforcement professionals who've worked cases all their lives. They'd been the two-county duo for years. It's hard for Alden to sit on the sidelines...and soon he won't be. While investigating a mysterious symbol that's appearing in more and more places in York County, Clint gets a little too close to the truth. Now, Alden jumps into action alone, poking around for answers-and certain people are not pleased. As Alden works to seek the truth and justice for his friend, he's drawn deeper into a web of crime, deceit, corruption, and evil threatening to take over the town-a web only he can untangle.

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*images via: INSP Films / countylinemovie.com


  1. This looks cool. Yeah, I was a Dukes of Hazard watcher back in the day.

  2. It looks like a movie that my husband would enjoy~

  3. This movie is awesome and definitely worth the watch. I have the dvd and watched it 10 times so far. It’s definitely THE best movie I have ever seen in a long time.

  4. I would like it as a series.

  5. Great movie.....would make a terrific series! Make it so INSP!!!

    1. Yes!! A series would be awesome! My husband and I loved it! I definitely think it’d get good ratings.

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  7. When we watched the movie we thought it was going to be a series. Sad to hear it wasn't. Wish this was a series. We would love it as well as many extened family members

  8. Our whole family loved the movie. Wish it was a series.

  9. Excellent blog post. I certainly love this website. Thanks!


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