5 Things We Learned at TCA: Day 15

  • Variety
The third week of the Television Critics Assn. press tour continued Tuesday with presentations from Discovery, Inc. that featured talent across Hgtv, Animal Planet, Travel Channel, Food Network and Discovery Channel, while Acorn TV and Starz also brought some new spring series, including the former’s “Manhunt” and “Queens of Mystery” and the latter’s “Now Apocalypse,” “The Rook,” “The Spanish Princess” and the second seasons of “Vida” and “American Gods.”

Here, Variety breaks down five things learned at TCA Day 15.

African and Egyptian Adventures

Although Discovery Channel pulled “Border Live” from the network weeks back, the network is not shying away from live event television overall, announcing a two-hour live broadcast from Egypt, during which a sarcophagus will be opened in search of ancient artifacts. Entitled “Expedition Unknown: Egypt Live,” the special will be hosted by Josh Gates, feature world-renowned Egyptologist Dr. Zahi Hawass and secretary general of the
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