Happily Never After
Danielle wrapped filming on the Pixl/Hallmark film Happily Never After directed by the legendary David Cass in December 2016. In the Romantic Comedy she plays Kate, a true crimes novelist who is forced by her publisher Gene (Ted McGinley), to reconcile with her ex-boyfriend and past writing partner Josh (Rick Cosnett) in order to save her own writing career by making a sequel to their original book. What will happen when the tension between the two escalates with so much on the line to lose?
Danielle Savre portrays Emily Harrison in her multiple episode arc on Blue Bloods. Emily is a woman who is held hostage, sexually abused and traumatized by her boyfriend and left handcuffed to a bed. Danny (Donnie Wahlberg) and Baez (Marissa Ramirez) are determined to get justice despite Emily's resistance to press charges. Later on when the abusive ex-boyfriend of Emily Harrison turns up dead, she becomes the prime suspect. The case leaves the Reagan family in disagreement over how justifiable revenge may or may not be. Danny tells his D.A. sister Erin Reagan (Bridget Moynahan), Emily "is a murder suspect because she's a rape victim." But as their father, Police Commissioner Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck), says, "Revenge isn't a defense for a murder." Danny is left to decide if he should or should not help a rape victim get away with murder.
TOO CLOSE TO HOME
MONDAY AUGUST 22nd on TLC
TLC's first-ever scripted series - Tyler Perry's TOO CLOSE TO HOME debuts on Monday, August 22 at 9pm ET/PT with a two-hour premiere. An 8-part drama, TOO CLOSE TO HOME, tells the story of a young woman from a modest upbringing who discovers she may have a bright future in Washington D.C.'s fast-paced political scene. When Anna (Danielle Savre) leaves her trailer park home in Alabama in a cloud of dust, she cuts all ties with her family and buries every element of her checkered past. Her friends in Washington think she comes from a wealthy family and know nothing of her real upbringing. Suddenly, the real Anna is exposed when she causes a major political scandal and makes national headlines for her part in an affair with one of the nation's most powerful players. With nowhere to turn, she's forced to find sanctuary in the only place she has left - home.
Heather Locklear ("Melrose Place") and Matt Battaglia ("Thor") join the cast as guest stars. Cast in other leading roles are Brock O'Hurn ("Boo! A Madea Halloween", 2.1 million Instagram followers) as Brody, Kelly Sullivan ("Young & the Restless') as Bonnie, Brad Benedict ("Letters to God") as J.B. and Brooke Anne Smith (MTV's "Awkward") as Shelby. Series regulars include Alpha Trivette, Trisha Rae Stahl, Robert Craighead, Annie Thrash, and Curran Walters. Recurring cast members are Ashley Love-Mills ("Nashville"), Nick Ballard, Charles Justo, Christian Ochoa and Justin Gabriel.
July 19th, 2016
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TOO CLOSE TO HOME
BILLBOARD GOES UP ON THE WEST SIDE HIGHWAY IN NYC
March 11th, 2016
FILMING BEGINS ON PILOT FOUR STARS FOR CBS
THE PERFECT STALKER
April 8th, 2016
PRODUCTION BEGINS ON PIERRE DAVID'S THE PERFECT STALKER FOR LIFETIME
THE WRONG CAR
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The morning after Trudy, a law school student, unsuspectingly steps into what she believes to be a “NetCar” black sedan, she wakes up confused and alone in a seedy motel—the victim of a roofie and sexual assault. Frustrated by the slow pace of the justice system, she takes matters into her own hands. Becoming NetCar driver herself, Trudy goes on a crusade to find and stop the serial rapist to whom she fell victim.
KNOCK KNOCK WORLD PREMIERES AT SXSW
March 13th 2015
Danielle Savre stars in and produced the short film KNOCK KNOCK. The film went on to play in more than 30 film festivals taking away 10 awards. Knock Knock is a short film written and directed by Jeff Betancourt. It all starts with Val and her friends playing a game that allows them to communicate with the dead. The Knock Knock Game turns any doorway into a portal to the hereafter, but the girls soon learn that are rules that should never be broken.