TNT Renews 'Murder In The First' For A Third Season
Fans of the TNT series Murder in the First are now breathing a sigh of relief today.
According to Deadline, the network has decided to renew Murder in the First for a third season.
As a special Labor Day treat for the growing number of binge-hungry Public Morals fans, Edward Burns is working with TNT to make the entire first season of his acclaimed drama available on-demand this weekend.
We are just days away from the season two finale of TNT’s hit series Murder in the First. One of the stars of the series is Mo McRae who plays Anthony 'Suger' Cascade. Suger is an interesting character in that he’s a gangster, but he’s trying to find his way out of the game and take care of the ones he loves.
Do you believe in an afterlife? TNT’s brand new series Proof takes a look at that possibility and near-death experiences. The series stars Jennifer Beals who plays Dr. Carolyn "Cat" Tyler, a surgeon who recently lost her son and also had a near-death experience.
Currently in its sixth season, veteran series Rizzoli & Isles has been a consistent and steady performer for TNT. It seems like the network continues to recognize this and has renewed the series for a seventh season.
Currently airing its second season, the TNT series Murder in the First has become a solid hit for the network. One of the reasons for the success of the series is the work of actor Kathleen Robertson who plays Hildy Mulligan, a single parent trying to juggle her career and her family life.
The Upfronts presentations continue and today it was Kevin Reilly, president of TBS and TNT and chief content officer for Turner Entertainment, who took center stage to talk about his vision for TBS and TNT.
During his presentation, Reilly announced several new series pickups as well as several new pilots for both networks.