NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises has announced its upcoming television line-up for the year 2023. The show includes NCIS: Los Angeles, Not Dead Yet, Reginald the Vampire, Seasons of S.W.A.T., Walker Independence, and Leopard Skin. Each show will air one or two episodes per week. For more information about each show, check out our website.
NCIS: Los Angeles
Throughout the fourteenth season of NCIS: Los Angeles, the team of special agents investigates hard-to-crack cases in Los Angeles. The Office of Special Projects also takes on undercover work in Los Angeles.
The fourteenth season of NCIS: Los Angeles premieres on October 9, 2022. The series follows a fictional team of special agents, including Agents Callen, Marty Deeks, and G. Callen. The team works together to solve a high-stakes case involving a hitman.
NCIS: Los Angeles also stars Eric Christian Olsen and Daniela Ruah. Olsen is expected to reprise his role as Special Agent Marty Deeks.
NCIS: Los Angeles is currently available to watch on CBS and Paramount+. You can stream the show live with a cable or satellite TV subscription or with a live TV streaming service. In addition to the live show, you can also watch episodes on demand.
The twenty-third season of NCIS will premiere on January 2, 2023. The new lineup features four new dramas and two comedies. In addition to the new series, the lineup will include returning shows.
The 2023 lineup will also feature video game adaptations and new shows. In addition, Netflix will begin rolling out five new shows over a few weeks.
Walker Independence: Season 1
CW’s new western-themed series Walker Independence aims to be a modestly revolutionary spin on the old-fashioned west. In short, it’s about a young woman whose husband gets murdered and she has to go incognito as a tough-as-nails lawwoman to protect her community.
The show takes place in a fictional town named Independence, Texas. It’s a frontier town with an eerie past. It’s home to a curious Apache tracker named Calian and a colorful collection of eccentric residents, most notably the aforementioned Pinkerton spies.
The show is a bit long for television (about three episodes in the first season) and the cast is stacked with notables. Matt Barr reprises his Walker schtick as the lovable outlaw Hoyt Rawlins, while Lawrence Kao plays the Chinese immigrant Kai, a man with a very murky past. The show also has an intriguing supporting cast.
The show gets its name from a telegram that Kate Carver, a burlesque dancer and employee of Hagan, sends to Allan Pinkerton describing the town’s latest fad: the “side-step saloon.”
It’s also worth mentioning that the show’s most awe-inspiring moment happens when Abby Walker crosses paths with the curious Apache tracker known as Calian. Their brief encounters lead to an epic romp that might have been the show’s high point.
Reginald the Vampire
Earlier this year, a few tinseltown luminaries announced plans to churn out the next big thing in cable TV vampire televisions. The list of competitors includes AMC’s Interview with the Vampire and Showtime’s Let the Right One In. The latter is actually a spin off of Syfy’s The Vampire Diaries, and will air in early 2014. The former is a collaboration between producers Great Pacific Media Inc. and CBS Television Studios. It will star Em Haine, Mandela Van Peebles and Alex Vincent. A few notable absences include AMC’s The Walking Dead, Fox’s The Resident, and CBS’s The Killing.
For a cable TV purist, the latest competition will be a welcome change of pace. And with all the talk about ratings cuts, a new show is always a plus. The competition is tougher than the last time a few years back, but that’s part of the game. The best bet is to hope the networks are able to find some sort of compromises and make the best of the deal happen. As long as they’re not too busy making sure their cast of stars get paid, there’s no reason they can’t have fun.
The biggest question is whether or not it will be able to compete in the ratings battle.
Not Dead Yet
Apparently, Gina Rodriguez has returned to broadcast TV with her new series Not Dead Yet. It’s an offbeat take on the aforementioned slasher. Not only is she the show’s star, but she also serves as executive producer. The series is adapted from the Alexandra Potter novel. Her costars include Joshua Banday as Dennis, Angela Gibbs as Cricket, and Tim McInnerny as Billy.
The series is about a self-described disaster. Rodriguez’s protagonist is looking to reinvent her life and lands the only job she can get: writing obituaries. Thankfully, the ghosts of her past are on hand to help out. The show also has a few gimmicks of its own.
Not Dead Yet aficionados will be glad to know that it is one of many ABC series set to hit the airwaves in the next few months. In addition to Not Dead Yet, the network is also set to premiere The Rookie: Feds, Alaska Daily and Ghosts. The Rookie will have a two-season run while Ghosts will be back for a third season. The network also confirmed that Milo Ventimiglia will make a return to the small screen. A big plus is that Hannah Simone is set to star as Nell’s coworker Sam.
Seasons of S.W.A.T.
Known for its crime drama and police procedural series, S.W.A.T is currently on its fifth season. While fans may be wondering if the show will return, series creators have not announced any plans.
The series is based on the 1975 TV show of the same name. It was created by Robert Hamner. It is now produced by CBS Television Studios and Sony Pictures Television. Its cast includes Shemar Moore as Sergeant Daniel “Hondo” Harrelson, Lou Ferrigno as Donovan Rocker, Alex Russell as Jim Street, Kenny Johnson as Dominique Luca, and Amy Farrington as Lieutenant Piper Lynch.
The show has received praise for handling the conflict between police and African-Americans. The team works to solve crimes, but also show their personal struggles.
The show is also known for its use of bodycam footage. In the fifth season, Hondo shot two police officers. This led to the team’s field strategy being questioned by Lieutenant Detective Piper Lynch. The season finale is set to air on May 1st.
In the fourth season, Hondo becomes involved with a local family’s fight for justice in Mexico. He is also torn between loyalty to the streets and duty to his fellow officers. His leadership is questioned at the end of the season.
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NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises
NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises has announced a line up of new programs and titles for the upcoming television year. The lineup includes an exclusive first look at Telemundo’s new T plus brand of content. NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises is also unveiling its plans to launch local news streaming channels later this year. These new channels will serve the Spanish-speaking audience.
Telemundo is the exclusive Spanish-language home of the FIFA World Cup. The network airs films in place of regular programming on national holidays. Telemundo also offers a trusted news broadcast.
Telemundo is the #1 producer of scripted Spanish-language content in the U.S. The network airs dramas such as El Rey: Vicente Fernandez, La Mujer de Mi Vida and El Conde. The network also offers a number of reality shows.
Telemundo has announced that Sandra Smester has been named the company’s executive vice president of programming. She will oversee the development of Telemundo’s programming and work closely with Telemundo Global Studios. Smester has 25 years of experience programming Spanish-language content. She will oversee the company’s cable network Universo and work closely with Telemundo Global Studio’s programming and acquisition teams. She will also oversee the program planning process.
Telemundo’s new content brand will feature programming that encompasses the full spectrum of Hispanic audiences. The network’s programming schedule includes films produced by American studios and films produced in Latin America. The network’s slate of new dramas includes Maria: La Mexicana, which is inspired by the novel of Sergio Almazan.