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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.
This reality competition sends eight teams of two out into the wilderness as fugitives see how long they can last as fugitives without getting caught. (Bravo) Inbar Lavi stars as Maddie, a con artist who leaves a trail of broken men behind her—three of whom team up to take her down.(NBC) Jimmy Fallon hosts this year's ceremony, with Meryl Streep receiving the Cecil B.De Mille Lifetime Achievement Award with Sistine, Sophia and Scarlet Stallone each serving as Miss Golden Globes.(NBC) The spinoff to the series that stars James Spader and a hat as the alliteratively named (anti)hero Red Reddington, focuses on Ryan Eggold's Tom Keen character—a skilled operative who is also the son of Famke Janssen's Susan Scott "Scottie" Hargrave, the head of a covert military company.(Seeso) The comedy series is based on siblings Justin, Travis, and Griffin Mc Elroy's pseudo-advice podcast where they offer completely untrustworthy suggestions to mend listens' personal problems or horribly written Yahoo Answers questions.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.
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.
(Ovation) The tenth season of the Toronto-set period drama has Detective William Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) preparing for wedding bliss with his wife, Dr. (Pop) The new season of the Canadian comedy continues with its plot of Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara's Johnny and Moira Rose caught between a desire to recover their wealth and an acceptance of their new quirky town and economic status.
(Seeso) The new six-part sketch comedy show stars the Melbourne, Australia-based comics who, reportedly, "made their name as a transgressive and weird live act, willing to go to places others wouldn't." (Crackle) In his first return to the spotlight since announcing that he is HIV-positive, Charlie Sheen is starring in and executive producing this movie about three families of different ethnic backgrounds who end up sharing the same camping space on a Fourth of July weekend.
(Showtime) This season of the long-running spy drama heads to New York as Claire Danes' Carrie deals with counterterrorism in the wake of an election.
Oh and, inexplicably, Rupert Friend's Quinn is alive even though Carrie took him off life support last season.
I guess so, as it seems to be working for this show.