Eric Dane’s de­pres­sion puts TNT’s ‘Last Ship’ on hia­tus

Cape Breton Post - - Arts/ Entertainment -

LOS AN­GE­LES — TNT has tem­po­rar­ily shut down pro­duc­tion of its drama, “The Last Ship,’’ while star Eric Dane bat­tles de­pres­sion. Va­ri­ety re­ports the se­ries is go­ing on pro­duc­tion hia­tus through Memo­rial Day. The pub­li­ca­tion re­ports a rep­re­sen­ta­tive for Dane says the actor suf­fers from de­pres­sion and asked for a few weeks of down­time.

TNT spokesman Scott Radloff con­firmed the Va­ri­ety re­port to The As­so­ci­ated Press. “The Last Ship’’ is set to re­turn for a fourth sea­son this sum­mer. Dane plays Tom Chan­dler, the cap­tain of a U.S. Navy de­stroyer at sea af­ter a global catas­tro­phe wiped out most of the world’s pop­u­la­tion. Dane pre­vi­ously starred as “McSteamy’’ Dr. Mark Sloan on “Grey’s Anatomy.’’

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