Kiefer Sutherland Is Back In The Hot Seat In Designated Survivor

For almost ten years, viewers watched Sutherland play all-around badass Jack Bauer on the small screen in 24. It’s been six years since we said goodbye to Bauer, and absence definitely makes the heart grow fonder, especially when it comes to heart-pounding, thrilling television. The buzz around Sutherland’s latest project, Designated Survivor, started instantaneously with both audiences and critics more than ready to dig into what looks to be another promising and binge-able series. We caught up with Sutherland to find out just what viewers can expect to see this season, and how he feels about being back in the proverbial hot seat. Make sure to watch the series premiere of Designated Survivor tonight at 10/9c on ABC, and check out our exclusive interview with Sutherland below!

 

 

Catch the series premiere of Designated Survivor tonight at 10/9c on ABC, and check out our exclusive interview with Sutherland above!

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Dive Into The World Of Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has seen many characters come and go during its three action-packed seasons, but through it all two of our favorite characters have survived the chaos. With the fourth season premiering tonight, we caught up with Clark Gregg (aka Phil Coulson) and Chloe Bennet (aka Quake) to discuss their experiences building, and now living in this special Marvel world. Make sure to watch the season premiere of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. tonight at 10/9c on ABC, and check out our exclusive interview with Gregg and Bennet below!

 

 

Catch the series premiere of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. tonight at 10/9c on ABC, and check out our exclusive interview with some of the cast above!

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NBC’s This Is Us Is The Kind Of Drama TV Needs Right Now

Earnest and heartfelt, it’s easy to see why the trailer for NBC’s new dramedy, This Is Us, broke the record for the most-watched TV trailer ever. It reached 15 million Facebook views within its first 48 hours, proving that excitement is running high for a show that promises to milk viewers’ tear ducts every Tuesday. This is the kind of buzz that helps a pilot become a hit, so make sure you don’t miss out on the water cooler discussion tomorrow!

The show’s main characters are connected by friendship, but also by overlapping birthdays. Several protagonists are turning 36 on the same day, including an entrepreneur who reconnects with his biological father, a married couple expecting triplets, and a depressed woman struggling to lose weight. There’s also a television sitcom actor in the midst of a professional crisis. Life throws some unique challenges at each character, and these challenges are rooted in the relatable and the real, which explains the shows potential emotional impact. This Is Us hits all the essential dramatic notes, giving every viewer someone to root for, and something to cry over.

Grab the Kleenex and get ready to feel the feels when This Is Us premieres tonight, Tuesday, Sept 20 at 10/9c on NBC (the show moves to 9/8c on October 11).

 

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