Monday, September 17, 2007

TwoCents Fall Preview - Mondays (FOX)

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Show: Prison Break
Premiere Date: September 17th
Time: 8:00PM EST
TwoCents Staff Returning Drama Rank: 5 of 25
TwoCents Staff Writer: Tom R
Starring: Dominic Purcell, Wentworth Miller, Amaury Nolasco, Robert Knepper, Wade Williams, Robert Wisdom, Chris Vance, Danay Garcia, Jodi Lyn O’Keefe, William Fichtner.
Premiere Description: The season opener finds Michael Scofield in Sona, a hellish and deadly Panamanian prison where a previous riot has forced all authority out and has left the prisoners in charge of their own lives (and deaths). With the fate of his loved ones hanging in the balance, Michael must to find Whistler, a mysterious fellow inmate hiding within the prison’s sewer system, in order to break him out from a prison from which there is no way out. Meanwhile, Lincoln searches for a missing Sara and receives troubling news about LJ on “OrientaciĆ³n,” the season premiere episode of PRISON BREAK.
Tom R's Two Cents - We Last Saw: Michael Scofield was confined to Sona Prison in Central America. Theodore Bagwell, Brad Bellick and Alex Mahone are about to join him. Cleared of all charges, Lincoln Burrows and Sara Tancredi may be the ones to break Michael out, while Fernando Sucre needs Bellick free to find his beloved Maricruz.
What We Hope To See: Scofield and Mahone are so evenly matched as adversaries, so it will be interesting to see how they work as a team. Sucre needs to free Bellick. More Maricruz! After everything Bagwell has been through so far, we’d all love to see and epic end to the character. The conspiracy angle should run its course this season.

Show: K-Ville
Premiere Date: September 17th
Time: 9:00PM EST
TwoCents Staff New Series Rank: 10 of 26
TwoCents Staff Writer: TBD
Starring: Anthony Anderson, Cole Hauser, Tawny Cypress, Blake Shields, John Carroll Lynch
Description: From writer and executive producer Jonathan Lisco (“NYPD Blue,” “The District”) comes K-VILLE, a heroic police drama set – and filmed – in New Orleans. Two years after Katrina, parts of the city are still in chaos, but hope has emerged. Battling an upsurge of violence, understaffing of police forces and a lack of crime labs and other facilities, the cops who remain in the New Orleans Police Department have courage to burn and a passion to reclaim and rebuild their city.

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