Colonial Chevrolet has launched a new series, Colonial Estate, which is expected to debut in March 2018.
The series is set to star Adam Levine as a British journalist working for the Colony, an elite British intelligence service that was created during the colonial era to help protect the colonies against potential invaders.
The show will also feature a number of British and American actors.
Co-executive producer and co-creator of the original series, Alex Gansa, will executive produce alongside his brother Andrew Gansas.
Adam Levine and his fellow actors are returning for the first time as well.
The Colony is set in the late 19th century in New Jersey.
The Colony’s headquarters are the Colony Estate, an upscale mansion on a hilltop overlooking the Jersey Shore.
In the show, we see how a young reporter named Benjamin (Adam Levine) gets involved in the Colonial Service.
He’s a very, very good reporter, he writes in a letter to his editor.
Benjamin is the son of the late British Prime Minister, Charles Darwin.
The Colonial Service was created by the British Empire and operated under the name the Colonial Intelligence Service.
It was originally intended to keep the colonies in line and help maintain order in the colonies.
But it was disbanded during the First World War.
It was rebuilt and was used for surveillance and intelligence gathering.
The colonies eventually became independent, but in the decades that followed, the colonies faced economic and political instability, including wars with other nations.
Adam Levine is set as a veteran spy who works for the Colonial service, and his brother Adam, a former soldier in the British service, will also be a part of the cast.
This will be the first series set in a colonial estate.
In addition to the actors who will be returning, there will also also be several other cast members who have not yet been announced.
Adam and his wife will be playing Elizabeth and Robert, who are married to a British diplomat.
I also have to say, this show is going to be incredibly cool.
It will be incredibly dark, very dark, but also a lot of light.
I think people will really enjoy it, and they’ll be able to connect with the characters in a very real way. Read more The series is written and executive produced by Gansat, a British writer who has also directed and written for BBC dramas including Sherlock and Doctor Who.
Adam has also written and directed a number TV shows for other networks, including The Colony and The Colony Estate.
Check out the trailer for Colonial Estate below: