Bravo announced today that production has begun on Season 3 of its hit original drama 19-2. Set to return to Bravo in 2016, the 10-episode, hour-long drama co-produced by Montréal’s Sphere Media Plus and Echo Media, films on location in Montréal throughout the rest of summer and fall. Season 3 sees the return of beat partners Ben Chartier (Jared Keeso), and Nick Barron (Adrian Holmes), as they navigate the blurred-lines between Montréal politics and organized crime, while the squad searches for redemption and begins to heal from Season 2’s traumatic events including a horrific school shooting, and the shocking revelation that their beloved sergeant was a pedophile.
Season 3 also introduces new cast members including Juliette Gosselin (LES JEUNES LOUPS) as manipulative teen foster child Martine who claims to have information on Kaz’s death; Krista Bridges (DURHAM COUNTY) as Inspector Elise Roberge stationed at 19 to wrap up the investigation of Sergeant Houle; and Joe Pingue (THE EXPANSE) as Charlie Figo, an old-school mobster who goads Nick into uncharted territory. Writers Bruce Smith (DURHAM COUNTY), Jesse McKeown (ROGUE), and Nikolijne Troubetzkoy (CALL ME FITZ) return, as Lynne Kamm (8 Count) and Alison Lea Bingeman (REMEDY) join the writer’s room. Louis Choquette (Rumours, Mirador, Le Gentleman) returns to direct, with Sturla Gunnarsson (MOTIVE), and Stefan Pleszczynski (THE FLASH) also confirmed to direct this season.
BLUE BLOODS is a drama about a multi-generational family of cops dedicated to New York City law enforcement.
COLD JUSTICE follows two top-notch female investigators as they dig into small town murder cases that have lingered for years without answers or closure - Kelly Siegler, a Texas prosecutor for 21 years who has successfully tried 68 murder cases, and Yolanda McClary, a crime scene investigator who worked more than 7,000 cases in her 26 years in the Las Vegas Police Department. The two put their vast knowledge and experience to work helping local law-enforcement officers and families of violent-crime victims get to the truth.
John Ellis (Jason O’Mara), a disillusioned suburban ER doctor, who finds his existence transformed when he intervenes in a drive-by shooting, saving a young boy's life and killing one of his attackers. When he learns the boy is still marked for death he finds himself compelled to save him at any cost and discovers that his life and his outlook on medicine may never be the same.
The series also stars Jessica Szohr (“Gossip Girl”) as Gretchen, a reckless but capable nurse; Beth Riesgraf (“Leverage”) as John’s wife, Samantha, who while attempting to support her husband, is struggling with her own issues; and Lauren Stamile (“Burn Notice”) as John’s by-the-book coworker, Dr. Bridget O’Neill, who finds herself dealing with the aftermath of his actions.
An elite squad of FBI profilers analyzes the country's most-twisted criminal minds, anticipating the perpetrators' next moves before they can strike again. Each member of the "mind hunter" team brings his or her expertise to pinpoint predators' motivations and identify emotional triggers in order to stop them. The team is led by a strong profiler, Special Agent Aaron Hotchner, who excels at gaining people's trust and eliciting their secrets. Other members of the team include a specialist on obsessional crimes, a quirky genius, and a computer wizard.
A reality competition series where celebrities partner up with professional dancers and compete against each other in weekly elimination rounds to determine the winner of the mirror ball trophy.
The Strategic Response Unit (SRU) is an elite branch of tactical cops who specialize in high-risk critical incidents. Trained in tactics and psychology, they deal with extreme situations, where split-second decisions could save a life… or cost one. Season 4 relentlessly forces Team One to face tough questions: What would you risk for love, for passion, for duty? How far would you go, to do the right thing?
GRACELAND follows the high-stakes investigative lives of six undercover federal agents who live together in a government-seized beach house dubbed Graceland. The FBI, DEA and ICE agents, whose lies are their lives, struggle to maintain a sense of normalcy while living and working together.
Season 3 premieres on Thursday June 25 at 10e/7p and resumes after an attack on Mike (Aaron Tveit, Les Misérables) that left his fate in the balance at the end of Season 2. Paul Briggs (Daniel Sunjata, RESCUE ME) gets coerced into a high-risk operation, while his pregnant counterpart Charlie (Vanessa Ferlito, Death Proof) is on a mission to find the person who nearly killed her. Joe 'Johnny' Tuturro (Manny Montana, THE FOLLOWING), Dale Jakes (Brandon Jay McLaren, FALLING SKIES), and Paige (Serinda Swan, BREAKOUT KINGS) each seek normalcy as federal agents with the FBI, DEA, and ICE living in an undercover world of their own.
The Integrated Investigative Bureau (IIB) team moves forward professionally and personally as crime-solving telepath Toby Logan (Craig Olejnik) advances in his policing skills to become an even more effective member of the elite crime-solving unit, while Sgt. Michelle McCluskey (Lauren Lee Smith) struggles to balance motherhood with her career. Complicating matters further is the return of Supervising Inspector Brian Becker (Anthony Lemke, LOST GIRL), whose unfinished business with Toby from Season 1 jeopardizes the success of the IIB team. In addition to new leadership, Alex Kendrick (Natalie Krill, ROOKIE BLUE) joins the team as a forensics technician. Her savvy doesn’t go unnoticed by Dev, who is thrilled to have an attractive new colleague and collaborator.
Toby also contends with the new status of his romantic life this season. Having moved in with crime reporter Tia Tremblay (Melanie Scrofano, BEING ERICA), he treads a fine line between being too open about his work and holding back, while Tia begins to look into his mysterious past. And Toby’s best friend, Oz Bey (Ennis Esmer), steps away from hospital administration and the world of EMS to take care of people in new ways – as the owner of popular gastropub Pasazade.
A select team in the FBI take on bizarre and perplexing missing person cases.
Murder In The First chronicles a complex homicide investigation that spans the entire season. This past season, it followed San Francisco homicide detectives Terry English (Taye Diggs) and Hildy Mulligan (Kathleen Robertson) as they investigated two seemingly unrelated murders. The mystery deepened, however, when they found that both murders had a common denominator in a Silicon Valley wunderkind.
Taye Diggs stars as Terry English, a homicide detective who is dealing with his wife's terminal illness. For Terry, being a cop is his one chance to live right and "do good," and the job keeps him focused and off the sadness that preoccupies his thoughts. Canadian actress Kathleen Robertson portrays Hildy Mulligan, Terry's partner, who is described as self-assured and sexy without knowing it. She's divorced with a young daughter and a fearless detective who is keenly aware that her partner is grappling with a difficult situation.
A former CIA operative is recruited by an enigmatic billionaire to prevent violent crimes.
Starring Jennifer Beals, Matthew Modine (Full Metal Jacket), David Sutcliffe (CRACKED), and Joe Morton (SCANDAL), this all-new series centres on a doctor’s journey toward answering the question as to whether or not there is life after death. Beals stars as Dr. Carolyn Tyler, a brilliant surgeon suffering from the recent loss of her teenaged son, the breakup of her marriage, and a growing estrangement from her daughter. Tyler is persuaded by Ivan Turing (Modine), a cancer-stricken tech inventor and billionaire, to investigate cases of reincarnation, near-death experiences, hauntings, and other phenomena, all of it in the search for evidence that death is not the end.
Following last season’s climactic finale, which saw Dr. Alex Reid (Erica Durance) fighting for her life after being stabbed in the heart by a patient, Season 3 of "Saving Hope" begins with the passion, pressures, and power plays viewers have come to know and love from the Hope Zion Hospital dream team. There’s no break in the action, as Season 3 kicks-off with a bevy of pulse‐pounding surgeries, adrenaline‐addled breakthroughs, sultry romances, and new doctors ready to shake things up.
This season, "Saving Hope’s: characters are at the forefront of the storytelling. Relationships anchor the series’ leads, while trials and triumphs navigate them through unchartered waters. While Charlie discovers new medical marvels at Hope Zion Hospital that challenge his mind and understanding of his ‘spirit‐doctoring’, the women in his life continue to challenge his heart.
Joel pushes himself to the brink of doctoring both in the hospital and on the streets, but will his new insights hold fast or will he give in to old habits? Maggie (Julia Taylor Ross) finds herself in a tailspin following her miscarriage, and surprises herself with bold choices in her love life. And just as Dawn’s (Michelle Nolden) career hits a new high, she finds herself awakened to what is truly missing from her life.
In the Season 5 premiere of SUITS, Pearson Specter Litt has scored a hard-fought victory, but the fight has left the firm shaken. Although she avoided jail time, Donna (Sarah Rafferty, What if God Were The Sun?) has left Harvey (Gabriel Macht, Love & Other Drugs), after more than a decade of working together, and now works for his long-time rival Louis (Rick Hoffman, SAMANTHA WHO). And while Jessica (Gina Torres, FIREFLY) readjusts to being single, Mike (Patrick J. Adams, ROSEMARY’S BABY) and Rachel (Meghan Markle, Horrible Bosses) are giddy after his marriage proposal.
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