Among them are new series based on known properties like CBS' actor Luke Roberts plays a crisis negotiator who heads a team of ace investigators who solve kidnap and ransom cases.
Although the trend of recreating films for the small screen might make you think otherwise, this is not a modern-day version of the Mel Gibson movie with the same name.
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Season 2 has come to destroy the mountains of goodwill the show accrued in 2015.
In its most recent episode, airing last week, the series glibly placed a black character in mortal peril by having him shot by a cop called by protagonist Rachel (Shiri Appleby), a development that happens effectively at random and with little apparent awareness on the part of the show on just how meaningful such a storyline actually would be.
Just when we thought we were caught up on all the series we must watch to stay socially relevant, the network gods have unleashed a whole mass of new and returning series to occupy our winter TV schedule.(Food Network) Mend your New Year's Eve hangover with leftovers from last night's drunk Postmates order and a new season of Anne Burrell and Rachael Ray series about turning hapless cooks into star chefs.(NBC) With Donald Trump heading to the White House, California's former Governator, Arnold Schwarzenegger, is now running the show. His new catchphrase—"You're Terminated"—still keeps with the ethos of the show.Fifteen years ago, that was a question that had zero cultural significance.Now you can’t watch a single dating show without hearing it come out of the mouth of someone who's had too much red wine.