The Gates

The Gates Information

The Gates is an American supernatural crime drama television series that aired on the ABC network from June 20, 2010 to September 19, 2010. The show was canceled after its first season due to low ratings.


Nick Monohan and his family move from Chicago to a quiet, upscale planned community called The Gates, where he will be Chief of Police. They soon realize that their neighbors are not who they seem to be. The Gates is filled with such beings as vampires, witches, werewolves, and a succubus.


Main article: List of The Gates characters
  • Frank Grillo as Nick Monohan, the Gates new chief of police.
  • Marisol Nichols as Sarah Monohan, his wife.
  • Travis Caldwell as Charlie Monohan, his son.
  • McKaley Miller as Dana Monohan, his daughter.
  • Luke Mably as Dylan Radcliff, a vampire.
  • Rhona Mitra as Claire Radcliff, a vampire and Dylan's wife.
  • Chandra West as Devon Buckley, a "bad" witch and the series' main antagonist.
  • Victoria Platt as Dr. Peg Mueller, a "good" witch and Devon's nemesis.
  • Skyler Samuels as Andie Bates, a Succubus.
  • Colton Haynes as Brett Crezki, a werewolf.
  • Justin Miles as Marcus Jordan, an officer working in the Gates.
  • Janina Gavankar as Leigh Turner, an officer working in the Gates who also has a secret of her own. Her heart is in a box she keeps in a glass case.
  • James Preston as Lukas Ford, a werewolf.


Main article: List of The Gates episodes

U.S. Nielsen ratings

Season Originally Aired
Timeslot Season Premiere Season Finale TV Season Rank Viewers
(in millions)
1 Sunday 10:00 pm 2010 2.92

Development and production

In January 2009, The Gates was among numerous pilot scripts being considered by ABC for the 2009"2010 season. It was not until October 2009 that ABC first announced development of the series, which is an international co-production for Fox Television Studios through their international paradigm. A green-light for the 13 episode order was contingent on international financing for the project, which makes the series more economically feasible as a summer replacement.

Casting began in January 2010. In early February, casting announcements included Frank Grillo in a lead role, as well as Luke Mably, Janina Gavankar, and Chandra West having joined the cast. Late March 2010 castings included Marisol Nichols and Rhona Mitra in leading roles. Victoria Platt, Skyler Samuels and newcomer Justin Miles were also cast in the project. Paul Blackthorne will appear in a recurring role.

Filming began in Shreveport, Louisiana on March 29, 2010, and was expected to continue until August 2010. Original reports by Variety suggested that the series might be filmed overseas, with another outlet mentioning South America. The show has featured music by a variety of artists, including indie folk songwriter Quinn Marston.

Series cancellation

Soon after the first season finished airing there were rumors that the show would not be returning for a second season. These rumors were further fueled by cast member Grillo's tweets suggesting that his contract was not going to be renewed. In October 2010 several of the show's stars confirmed that the show had indeed been canceled and that there would not be a second season.

20th Century Fox Home Entertainment announced The Gates: The Complete series on DVD.

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