Bryan Craig’s ‘Valor’ Canceled at the CW
A new type of military drama.
Updated May 8, 2018: Soaps.com has learned that Bryan Craig’s primetime series Valor will not return for season two. The CW announced that it has canceled its freshman military drama. Season one’s finale aired on January 29.
Back on September 20: Bryan Craig took to social media to share a neat casting bit for his new CW series Valor. Soaps.com was excited to see that his former General Hospital castmate Sebastian Roché (Jerry Jacks) will also appear on the new military drama. Craig captioned the photo with, “Have the pleasure of working with this talented past GH costar this week.”
On August 15, Soaps.com has learned that General Hospital’s Bryan Craig (Port Charles’ Morgan Corinthos) has landed a role on CW’s new military drama Valor. The show, currently filming in Atlanta, centers around Warrant Officer Nora Madani (Christine Ochoa, Animal Kingdom), a new member of an elite helicopter pilot squad, and one of the first groups of special forces to allow women in its ranks. She is joined by her partner Captain Leland Gallo (Matt Barr, The Hatfields & McCoys) and the two harbor a dark secret when a mission in Somalia takes a wrong turn, leaving their crew chief Jimmy Kam (W. Trè Davis, Shades of Blue) behind. Secrets unfold in the present and through flashbacks, revealing layers of personal and government cover-ups that lead to the rescue of the MIA soldiers. The show also stars Charlie Barnett (Chicago Fire), Corbin Reid (How to Get Away With Murder), Nigel Thatch (Selma) and Melissa Roxburgh (Star Trek Beyond).
Since departing GH in 2016, Craig has kept himself busy with a slew of movie roles. One of his first films post GH, Ride, based on true story of John Buultjens, is about to be released. He also just recently filmed American Fighter, the sequel to American Wrestler: The Wizard. While Craig has stated that he would be open to returning to GH as Morgan, it wouldn’t be on a full-time basis because he wishes to pursue other projects.
Valor will premier on Monday October 9 at 9:00 PM. Until then, check out photos Craig has shared from the set, and watch the teaser trailer for the show.