Tensions may be running high in the house on Thursday's Graceland.
When Nigerian drug lord Bello (Gbenga Akinnagbe) asks newcomer Mike (Aaron Tveit) to teach some of his cronies how to shoot, Briggs (Daniel Sunjata) seems a little miffed....
Zombies are hot. But leave it to the British to make them cool. And smart. And a shade more human than many of those they left behind. Turns out that being dead, or undead, is the ultimate wake-up call. While watching BBC America's fascinating and unexpectedly moving three-part miniseries In the Flesh (Thursday through Saturday, 10/9c), I was reminded less of AMC's blockbuster thriller The Walking Dead than of Sundance Channel's recent triumph, the artful Rectify, another searing drama of an outsider adjusting ...
Dark. Gritty. Edgy.
Those are works not usually associated with the network behind Royal Pains and White Collar. However, USA Network's "blue-sky" programming model is about to get a little overcast — in a good way — with the premiere of new drama Graceland, from White Collar creator and showrunner Jeff Eastin.
"It's darker, it's grittier it's edgier. You get to see a more intensive side of...
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The premise of USA's new series Graceland may sound like a fictional version of The Real World at first, but there's a lot more to uncover about these undercover agents. The upcoming drama from White Collar creator and executive producer Jeff Eastin follows FBI rookie Mike Warren (Gossip Girl's Aaron Tveit) after he is assigned to...