TNT is taking a stab at a new, dark and very creepy homicide mystery with Murder in the First.
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The upcoming drama stars Taye Diggs and Kathleen Robertson as homicide detectives investigating two seemingly unrelated murders. But the mystery expands when the duo realizes that both murders have a common denominator in a Silicon Valley wunderkind (Harry Potter's Tom Felton). NYPD Blue creator Steven Bochco and Eric Lodal are executive-producing.
Bates Motel's Dylan Massett has seen better days.
Not only is Dylan (Max Thieriot) working for a family drug operation that is on the verge of war with a rival family, but he also recently learned that he's the product of incest between his mother Norma (Vera Farmiga) and her (alleged rapist) brother Caleb (guest star Kenny Johnson). Fortunately, a little light may be coming into his life.
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On Monday's episode (10/9c, A&E), Dylan meets Jodi Wilson (Beverly Hills, 90210 and Boss alum Kathleen Robertson), the head of the drug family and his de facto boss....
TNT has announced the premieres for its summer shows, including Rizzoli & Isles, Dallas and Franklin & Bash. The network also revealed the series premiere date of Murder in the First, a new crime drama from Emmy winner Steven Bochco that stars Taye Diggs, Kathleen Robertson and Tom Felton.
TNT has given the green light to Steven Bochco drama Murder in the First, the network announced Thursday.
Set in San Francisco, Murder follows a single case across an entire season, centering on Terry English (Taye Diggs) and Hildy Mulligan (Kathleen Robertson) as they investigate...
Controversy arose when the National Geographic Channel announced that it will premiere a film about the successful military raid that killed Osama bin Laden two days before the presidential election, but anyone who walks away thinking that SEAL Team Six: The Raid on Osama bin Laden is a political piece has blinders on.
From the first 15 minutes — which include an intense, violent firefight — it's clear that the film's purpose is to provide entertainment, not to advance a political agenda. President Barack Obama is merely a background player (albeit an obviously necessary one), while the real focus is ...