Mysteries at the Museum will be showcased on the Travel Channel on Sunday, Dec. 25. You can check out everything from Dolley Madison, to Michelangelo the Forger and the Forgotten Lindberg.
It’s Bizarre Foods all day on Monday, Dec. 26. The travel channels heads to Bolivia, Bangkok, Los Angeles, Chile, Delhi, India, Arizona, Jamaica, Kazakhstan, Tokyo, Panama, the Outback, Lisbon, Vienna and Santiago.
That night, the Travel Channel checks out Ice Hotels.
Bravo Media has set Feb. 7 at 10 p.m. as the premiere date for its new scripted series Imposters (previously titled My So Called Wife).
The dark comedy, from Universal Cable Productions and executive producers Adam Brooks and Paul Adelstein, follows Maddie (Inbar Lavi), a persona shifting con-artist who is as beautiful as she is dangerous, leaving her unwitting victims tormented when they realize they have been used and robbed of everything – including their hearts. But things get complicated when her former targets, Ezra (Rob Heaps), Richard (Parker Young) and Jules (Marianne Rendón) team up to track her down.
While pursuing her newest mark, Maddie meets a potential love interest, Patrick (Stephen Bishop), which threatens to derail her assignment, much to the chagrin of her mysterious boss, The Doctor. Meanwhile, her dejected past lovers manage to take control of their new realities, not realizing that in their quest to confront her, they’ll have to face their own truths and find new versions of themselves along the way. As previously announced, Uma Thurman also will guest star in the series.
Bravo renewed and expanded “Southern Charm,” “Shahs Of Sunset” and “Million Dollar Listing.”
Discovery Channel: Paul Bettany is set to star as Ted Kaczynski, also known as the “Unabomber,” in the Discovery Channel’s upcoming high-profile FBI crime-drama Manifesto. The series is set to air in 2017.
Manifesto explores how the FBI caught infamous criminal masterminds, with the first season set to focus on FBI agent Jim “Fitz” Fitzgerald, a specialized linguist who challenged old-school ways with a radical approach to intelligence gathering. His unconventional means brought the Unabomber to justice after a near 20-year manhunt when he discovered that the key to unlocking his true identity could be found in the language of “The Manifesto,” a detailed account of some of Kaczynski’s plots.
Here are the top-rated shows in cable:
TV Land: “Younger” Forty-year old Liza passes herself off as 26 to land a job. Now she has to make sure no one discovers her secret. After three seasons, the series is finally getting noticed. The show returns this summer.
HBO: “Westworld” A series inspired by the 1973 film of the same title is about a futuristic theme park populated by artificial beings. Season two will return in 2018.
AMC: “Better Call Saul” Jimmy McGill is a small-time attorney hustling to champion his underdog clients. The show’s first season earned seven Primetime Emmy Awards. The buzz is that it’s better than Breaking Bad. Season two premiers Feb. 15
AMC: “Walking Dead” is an American horror drama television series and tops the cable viewing audience nationally. It’s in its seventh season and has been renewed for an eighth season to air in late 2017.
Comedy Net: “Broad City” The series is based by two woman’s real-life friendship and their attempt to “make it” in New York. Amy Poehler is one of Broad City’s executive producers. The fourth season will return in the summer 2018.
HBO: “Game of Thrones” is an American fantasy drama television series. It was renewed for its seventh season and is scheduled to premiere in mid-2017, with a total of seven episodes and will conclude with its eighth season in 2018.
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