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Drive

Character: Kathryn Tully

Created by: Tim Minear, Ben Queen

Directed by: Various

Written by: Various

Cast Members: Taryn Manning, Melanie Lynskey, Nathan Fillion, Kristin Lehman, Riley Smith, Emma Stone

Released date: April 15, 2007

Episode(s) Number: 1x02, 1x04, 1x06

Genre: Action/Adventure, Drama, Mystery, Thriller

DRIVE is an action-fueled drama following a group of Americans competing for their lives (or the lives of their loved ones) in an underground cross-country road race. Some have been coerced into joining "The Race"; others have sought out The Race, hearing rumours of the $32-million prize.

Amy had a recurring role; playing the missing — and presumed kidnapped — wife of Alex Tully (Nathan Fillion). Amy was also featured in non-guest spots through the use of picture frames and posters (episodes 1×01 & 1×03). Official episodes are listed below.

1×02: “Partners” – After having come in last in the first leg, Wendy is given the unenviable task of eliminating one of her fellow racers, or faces elimination, herself. Winston’s half-brother joins the race as his partner, as Alex finds himself a new partner as they realize the leg to Cape Canaveral is only a part of the next segment of the race.

1×04: “No Turning Back” – Tully and Corinna are forced to call on the aid of Winston and Sean to help them break into a bank in Georgia to steal a safety deposit box in the bank’s vault which holds a clue to where the finish line may be. Meanwhile, Wendy wants to quit the race when she learns that her infant son may be in danger, but Ivy is not willing to give up and forces Wendy to drive on by literally putting the gun to her head. Disqualified from the race after arriving last at the drive-in theater, Susan vows to continue the race with Leigh because she tells Leight that she claimed to…

1×06: “Rear View” – Corinna and Alex devise a dangerous plan to gain info on the race and find a missing Kathryn when they discover that Winston and Sean have the flash drive; Ivy hitches a ride from Violet, while John hopes to reconnect with his daughter; Rob turns himself in to the military and faces the consequences.

Notable Mentions
• The series was cancelled after only 4 episodes were aired; the remaining 2 were available on FOX’s official MySpace account (US residents only).
• Made TV academy history by becoming the first-ever Primetime Emmy broadband nominee for episode 1×01 – “The Starting Line”.
• Amy would go on to co-star with Nathan Fillion in Much Ado About Nothing (2012) and Con Man (2015)!

Script developed by Never Enough Design