TNT Greenlights Two New Shows

Two new star-studded shows have been given the green light by TNT, according to Variety.

First up is The Line, a police drama produced by action movie maestro Jerry Bruckheimer and starring Dylan McDermott as the head of an undercover crime-fighting team so covert that some of its operatives don’t even know they’re involved.

Time Heals, a medical drama produced by and starring Jada Pinkett Smith, has also been given the nod. Set in a hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina, Pinkett Smith plays a director of nursing who clashes with apathetic doctors, administrators and colleagues.

Both dramas have been given a 10-episode order and will debut later this year on TNT. 

The network is still considering Men of a Certain Age, starring Ray Romano and Scott Bakula. But Variety said TNT had passed on Night and Day, a crime drama produced By Heat director Michael Mann.

Trust Me, a new show starring Will and Grace’s Eric McCormack and Tom Cavanagh as Chicago advertising agency executives, debuts on the network on January 26.

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  1. Ad Guy

    “Trust Me” sounds like it could be awesome.
    If you like it, be on the lookout for a new novel called “Soul for Sale”
    About life in the ad biz – and life itself.
    Read an advance copy.
    Crazy good.
    So accurate it hurts.

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