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Gang Related joins the ranks of one and done freshman shows.
Fox has canceled the drama about an Los Angeles Police Department task force taking on the city's gangs, Deadline.com reports.
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Question: Let's talk 24: Live Another Day. What are your thoughts on the season so far? I have to say, I'm loving it! The two-hour opener wasn't the best, and I'm not thrilled about the Chloe with the dragon tattoo, but it's been getting progressively better each week, and it's starting to feel like the 24 that I used to love (i.e., up to Season 5.) By the end of the original series, they had lost what made it great: the intriguing peripheral characters, politics and side-stories, and completely focused on indestructible Jack and his band of disposable supporting players. But this season he's found a worthy sidekick in Kate, we have all the drama around Heller and his team, the Russians lurking in the background, and I'm really digging where they're going with the hipster CIA tech. (Could we have a new Chloe on our hands?)
Ryan Lopez's (Ramon Rodriguez) loyalties are once again put to the test on Thursday's Gang Related, when he has to decide whether to give up a snitch's location to Los Angelicos gang leader Javier Acosta (Cliff Curtis).
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The heart breaks while tempers violently flare in HBO's The Normal Heart (Sunday, 9/8c), Ryan Murphy's emotionally and politically explosive film version of Larry Kramer's provocative stage drama about the early response, within and outside the gay community, to the '80s AIDS crisis.
Teeming with anger, sorrow, passion and purpose, this powerful and harrowing movie is part tragic love story in plague times, part agitprop manifesto and tribute to tireless activism. "We're not yelling loud enough!" bellows Ned Weeks (an engagingly abrasive Mark Ruffalo), the story's pushy moral conscience, a belligerent scold who refuses to play nice when so many lives are at stake.
Every hero has a dark side on Fox's Gang Related.
This gritty drama, from the Fast and the Furious franchise scribe Chris Morgan, tells the story ofthe
LAPD's elite gang task force. The Wire's Ramon Rodriguez stars as Ryan Lopez, a rising star who's also a mole for drug kingpin Javier Acosta (Cliff Curtis).
Find out more about the series on Watch This Tonight:
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At the end of the first episode of Fox's new drama Gang Related (Thursday, 9/8c), viewers may be left wondering whether they should actually be rooting for the main character, Det. Ryan Lopez, according to star Ramon Rodriguez.
"In the pilot, something very dramatic happens early on," Rodriguez tells TVGuide.com. "I think people will question, is he a good person? Is this a good guy? But...
Terry O'Quinn is accustomed to playing characters who live in a moral gray area (or smoky black area, as the case was on Lost). But on the new Fox drama Gang Related, O'Quinn's character doesn't even realize how murky the waters he inhabits really are.
American Idol will look a little different when it returns for Season 14, according to Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly.
Acknowledging that Idol is not the ratings juggernaut that it was in its heyday (the performance show has routinely been topped by Survivor this season), Reilly said on a conference call Monday that the reality competition show will get a reduced order when it returns in 2015, going from 50-plus hours of programming to about 37.
Which side is he really on? That's the burning question viewers will be asking about Ryan Lopez ( The Wire's Ramon Rodriguez), the central figure of Fox's gritty new cop drama Gang Related.
Spring TV 2014: Must-watch new shows
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Fox has announced the spring and summer premiere dates for So You Think You Can Dance, Kitchen Nightmares and more.
The dance competition debuts it's 11th season on Wednesday, May 28 at 8/7c.Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares returns Friday, April 11 at 9/8c when it checks back in on Amy's Baking Company. Ramsay's other reality shows, MasterChef andHotel Hell, will premiere Monday, May 19 at 8/7c and Monday, July 21 at 9/8c, respectively.