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Thursday, Jan. 10: ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Season 6 Comes to NBC

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All Times Eastern.

Thursday, Jan. 10

Brooklyn Nine-Nine
NBC, 9pm
Season Premiere!
The popular former FOX comedy begins its sixth season on its new network. Last year, after fan outcry following the show’s cancellation by FOX, NBC quickly swooped in to renew it. Aside from the network, nothing major has changed. The series continues to follow the exploits of Detective Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) and his colleagues as they police the NYPD’s 99th Precinct. Season 6 opens with “Honeymoon,” involving Jake and Amy (Melissa Fumero), who tied the knot in the Season 5 finale. We’ll also learn whether Captain Ray Holt (Andre Braugher) has been named the new police commissioner.

Thursday, Jan. 10: ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Season 6 Comes to NBC

Trae Patton/NBC

All Times Eastern.

Thursday, Jan. 10

Brooklyn Nine-Nine
NBC, 9pm
Season Premiere!
The popular former FOX comedy begins its sixth season on its new network. Last year, after fan outcry following the show’s cancellation by FOX, NBC quickly swooped in to renew it. Aside from the network, nothing major has changed. The series continues to follow the exploits of Detective Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) and his colleagues as they police the NYPD’s 99th Precinct. Season 6 opens with “Honeymoon,” involving Jake and Amy (Melissa Fumero), who tied the knot in the Season 5 finale. We’ll also learn whether Captain Ray Holt (Andre Braugher) has been named the new police commissioner.

‘Manifest’s Athena Karkanis Teases What’s Next for Grace & Ben This Season

NBC’s mysterious drama Manifest seems to have more questions than answers, but that doesn’t stop fans from forming their own theories about the mysteries.

We talked to Athena Karkanis, who plays matriarch Grace, about those mysteries and what the fans can look forward to in the second half of the season and the finale.

The Biggest Winners and Losers of the TV Season So Far (PHOTOS)

The Biggest Winners and Losers of the TV Season So Far (PHOTOS)

A look at which superhero shows have faced un-super fates, how procedurals are saving the day, and how one network is Manifest-ing buzz.

What can fans expect next? In the episode before the break, Grace and Ben’s relationship fell apart and seems to be over.

Athena Karkanis: Oh, there was drama! Yes, there’s a lot of exciting things coming up. Grace and Ben will continue to try and find their way through the

Read more at: https://cumberlink.com/entertainment/television/manifest-s-athena-karkanis-teases-what-s-next-for-grace/article_2d26c413-ac97-5e1e-9021-47ee4808931e.html

‘Marvel’s The Punisher’ Reveals Season 2 Return Date & First Look at Jigsaw! (VIDEO)

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Read more at: https://rapidcityjournal.com/entertainment/television/marvel-s-the-punisher-reveals-season-return-date-first-look/article_e9e7dbd4-92a3-5610-99e1-f1f98837d90d.html

‘Game of Thrones’ EPs and Cast Talk the Final Season, Jon & Dany, and the Battle for Power

It has to be agonizing: The uncertainty. The anticipation. The wait for what fate has in store! We’re not just talking about what may befall the Seven Kingdoms on Game of Thrones. This is about the 16 (!) months and counting that the fantasy’s fanbase has been waiting for the eighth and final season… and we have another four months to go before HBO’s drama about backstabbing (and front-stabbing) aristocratic families warring over a medieval-esque kingdom finally returns.

Thrones immediately grabbed audiences when it debuted in 2011, and the shocker-filled Season 7 finale drew a record 16.5 million viewers, with the feuding clans facing extinction if they didn’t team up to win the looming war with the Army of the Dead. Unbelievably, everything we’ve seen so far was only a warm-up. “The scope of this [final] season definitely exceeds anything we’ve attempted before,” says executive producer David Benioff,

Read more at: https://santamariatimes.com/entertainment/television/game-of-thrones-eps-and-cast-talk-the-final-season/article_e82ee7c1-1b1c-5b5d-bc85-80b446dd473e.html

‘Game of Thrones’ EPs and Cast Talk the Final Season, Jon & Dany, and the Battle for Power

It has to be agonizing: The uncertainty. The anticipation. The wait for what fate has in store! We’re not just talking about what may befall the Seven Kingdoms on Game of Thrones. This is about the 16 (!) months and counting that the fantasy’s fanbase has been waiting for the eighth and final season… and we have another four months to go before HBO’s drama about backstabbing (and front-stabbing) aristocratic families warring over a medieval-esque kingdom finally returns.

Thrones immediately grabbed audiences when it debuted in 2011, and the shocker-filled Season 7 finale drew a record 16.5 million viewers, with the feuding clans facing extinction if they didn’t team up to win the looming war with the Army of the Dead. Unbelievably, everything we’ve seen so far was only a warm-up. “The scope of this [final] season definitely exceeds anything we’ve attempted before,” says executive producer David Benioff,

Read more at: https://journalstar.com/entertainment/television/game-of-thrones-eps-and-cast-talk-the-final-season/article_5a146db6-c191-5d50-81ec-3c3ec1cb9616.html

‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ EP Says Season 3 Is the ‘Best’ and ‘Darkest’

How unfortunate. The show that delights in tormenting and troubling its three young heroes has something truly terrible in store for viewers: The series is ending.

Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events — based on the bestselling YA novels from Snicket (the pen name of Daniel Handler) and starring Emmy winner Neil Patrick Harris as the nefarious Count Olaf — releases its third and final season January 1, which means viewers should expect the Count to pull out all the stops when it comes to getting what he wants.

A Series of Unfortunate Events

That would be cash. Of course, the money he’s after rightly belongs to the Baudelaire children, Violet (Malina Weissman), Klaus (Louis Hynes) and toddler Sunny (Presley Smith), whose parents perished in a fire. (Or did they? It’s a bit of a mystery, as are several other plot

Read more at: https://santamariatimes.com/entertainment/television/a-series-of-unfortunate-events-ep-says-season-is-the/article_3f87881f-68c4-58d8-8e91-0c6918f9453f.html

‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ EP Says Season 3 Is the ‘Best’ and ‘Darkest’

How unfortunate. The show that delights in tormenting and troubling its three young heroes has something truly terrible in store for viewers: The series is ending.

Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events — based on the bestselling YA novels from Snicket (the pen name of Daniel Handler) and starring Emmy winner Neil Patrick Harris as the nefarious Count Olaf — releases its third and final season January 1, which means viewers should expect the Count to pull out all the stops when it comes to getting what he wants.

A Series of Unfortunate Events

That would be cash. Of course, the money he’s after rightly belongs to the Baudelaire children, Violet (Malina Weissman), Klaus (Louis Hynes) and toddler Sunny (Presley Smith), whose parents perished in a fire. (Or did they? It’s a bit of a mystery, as are several other plot

Read more at: https://rapidcityjournal.com/entertainment/television/a-series-of-unfortunate-events-ep-says-season-is-the/article_8cbe35ec-ea69-550b-a714-fdee7a7acd02.html