TNT gives 'Southland' another shot

Hibberd, James
November 2009
Hollywood Reporter;11/3/2009, Vol. 412 Issue 8, p4
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The article reports that Turner Network Television LLC (TNT) has obtained exclusive rights to run the six unaired episodes of the television series "Southland." TNT will air all 13 produced episodes of the Warner Bros, drama including its seven episode first season. The series were on NBC Television Network's fall schedule before the broadcaster canceled the drama because the new episodes were too dark for the network.


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