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12 Military-Themed TV Shows to Binge-Watch on Veterans Day

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12 Military-Themed TV Shows to Binge-Watch on Veterans Day
Some of the most beloved shows in TV history feature members of the military. You might remember Hawkeye Pierce and Radar O’Reilly from “M*A*S*H,” the breakout star of the “Andy Griffith Show,” Gomer Pyle, whose spinoff “Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.” ran for five years.

Mr. T shot to fame in the early ’80s by playing a veteran in “The A-Team as B.A. Baracus. Younger audiences may remember seeing pop-star Jesse McCartney in the final season of “Army Wives” — and fans of “The Office” can catch one of John Krasinski’s latest roles as the title character in “Jack Ryan.”

With Veteran’s Day taking place this Monday, here’s a list of military-themed TV shows to binge to in honor of our veterans.

“Hogan’s Heroes”

This sitcom aired from 1965 from 1971, and was set in a German Prisoner of War (Pow) camp in WWII. It followed Colonel Robert E.
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Rudy Boesch, Oldest ‘Survivor’ Contestant, Dies at 91

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Rudy Boesch, the oldest person to compete on “Survivor,” died Friday from complications of Alzheimer’s disease, according to numerous media reports. He was 91 and was a resident of Virginia Beach, Va.

A former Navy Seal, Boesch appeared on the first season of the reality show in 2000. He was 72 at the time and finished in third place.

Boesch formed an alliance with Richard Hatch, the winner of the first season, who tweeted, “Ours was an interesting bond, Dear Rudy! You and I helped open minds and undermine prejudices. While your time here has passed, you will remain loved and iconic, dear friend!”

Ours was an interesting bond, Dear Rudy! You and I helped open minds and undermine predjudces. While your time here has passed, you will remain loved and iconic, dear friend!

— Richard Hatch (@HatchRichard) November 2, 2019

Known for his politically incorrect statements known as “Rudyisms” and gruff manner, he nevertheless became a fan favorite.
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Jerry Bruckheimer TV Sets ‘Out The Door’ From Evan Katz & ‘Alibi’ Based On New Zealand Format At CBS

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Exclusive: CBS has bought two more dramas from Jerry Bruckheimer Television, bringing to four the number of projects the company has sold to the network this cycle. The first of the two new additions, Out The Door, hails from 24 veteran Evan Katz. The second is Alibi, based on an New Zealand format, from the original series’ creators and MacGyver executive producer Craig O’Neill. Both Out the Door and Alibi are produced by CBS Television Studios, where Bruckheimer and O’Neill are under deals.

Written by Katz, in Out The Door, upon learning that his impending retirement is being pushed off by several years, an apathetic NYPD detective who just wants his pension so he can go off and live the good life decides to do everything in his power to get fired, but his bad behavior only leads to surprising success at solving cases.

Katz executive produces with Jerry Bruckheimer TV’s Bruckheimer,
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NCIS: Season 17 Ratings

Though the ratings have declined, NCIS has remained one of CBS' top-rated TV shows. Still, it's been around since 2003 (a spin-off of Jag) and all shows have to end sometime. Could this be the CBS show's last or, is it all but guaranteed to come back for the 2020-21 season? Will NCIS be cancelled or renewed for season 18? Stay tuned.

An action-drama series, the NCIS TV show stars Mark Harmon, Sean Murray, Emily Wickersham, Wilmer Valderrama, Maria Bello, Brian Dietzen, Diona Reasonover, Rocky Carroll, and David McCallum. On the series, NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Harmon), a former Marine gunnery sergeant whose skills as an investigator are unmatched, leads a highly skilled and colorful group of professionals who investigate crimes that have connections to the Navy or Marine Corps.

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NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11 Episode 4 Review: Yellow Jack

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Since the first letter in the show's title stands for "Naval," it's only appropriate that this episode was filled with red herrings.

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11 Episode 4 seemed like an effort to clean up a barely dangling storyline.

Callen and Sam found themselves back on board the USS Allegiance, under the guise of accompanying Ehsan Navid, last seen on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 5 Episode 14 and expected never to be seen again.

But no, Ehsan has repaid Callen and Sam's earlier kindness by becoming an NCIS agent. He was now appointed as the agent afloat for the Allegiance, replacing Brian Lee, killed on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 10 Episode 23.

Callen and Sam came along to help Ehsan with the transition to his new post.

Of course, nothing is ever that simple.

Harmon Rabb of Jag fame, the Allegiance's X-o, wasn't around because, well, that ship has sailed.

Related: NCIS: Los
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NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11 Episode 2 Review: Decoy

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Things were getting closer to back to normal.

The Osp team largely returned to the spotlight on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11 Episode 2.

I say largely because, well, a little under half the team was still missing in action.

Still, that beats being the supporting players in an attempted Jag reboot on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11 Episode 1.

So, progress of a sort.

Hetty was there in spirit only, haunting the place. Hopefully, this will be the exception, not the rule, unlike last season.

Eric was still off in San Francisco "consulting" for an unspecified time, but Nell was back, so that's a win.

Deeks got recalled to Lapd for some mandatory policy updates, which freed Kensi from having to make excuses for him.

Related: NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11 Episode 1 Review: Let Fate Decide

You know, after that early Densi scene, the episode was quiet, despite all the gunfire. 

So we
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17 Endgame 'Ships We Love With Endings We Hate

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Don't you hate when your favorite couple has an unsatisfying ending?

Sometimes a couple gets together by the end of a show, but we expected more given the effort it took them to get there.

Related: 31 Couples Who Inspired Each Other's Inner Comedian

Talk of divorce, memory loss, and half-assed weddings weren't things that left us with the warm and fuzzies when some series came to a close.

We created a slideshow below of 17 endgame 'ships we love -- with endings that we hate.

1. Stiles and Lydia - Teen Wolf For six agonizing seasons, fans waited for Stiles and Lydia to finally admit their feelings for each other. Once they finally got together, Dylan O'Brien left the show and returned only for the series finale. Their kiss wasn't as satisfying as it could have been, and viewers didn't get to experience them as a real couple. 2. Mac and Harm -
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John Wesley Dies: Award-Winning And Versatile Stage, Film And TV Actor was 72

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John Wesley Dies: Award-Winning And Versatile Stage, Film And TV Actor was 72
John Wesley, an actor known for parts in such films as Stop, Or My Mom Will Shoot and Martin, has died at age 72. The death was confirmed by his family, who said it stemmed from complications in a long-time battle with multiple myeloma.

Wesley worked with such artists as Denzel Washington, Albert Finney, Robert Guillaume, Barbra Streisand, Tim Burton, James Earl Jones, Michael Apted, James Spader, and Morgan Freeman, among others. A veteran of stage, TV and film, he won an Atlas Awards for Best Supporting Actor in Lillian Hellman’s Toys in the Attic at the Old Globe Theatre.

As the Artistic and Producing Director of The Southern California Black Repertory Company, he mounted a multitude of productions, including Athol Fugard’s Sizwe Banzi Is Dead and The Island, culminating in a three-year tour. Those productions led to an invitation to work with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland.
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NCIS: La Season 11 First Look: The Jag Reunion You've Truly Been Waiting For

After the big tease that was NCIS: Los Angeles‘ Season 10 finale, Jag‘s Mac and Harm will truly reunite, in person, during the CBS drama’s fall return — and TVLine has your exclusive first look.

In the course of investigating the crisis that closed Season 10, NCIS: La‘s Callen and Sam met Harmon “Harm” Rabb (played by David James Elliott), now Xo of the USS Allegiance. Aboard the ship, Callen and Sam discovered that an embedded NCIS agent had been murdered — and their first suspect was one of multiple Chechen spies among the crew. To draw out other moles,
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The CW Moves ‘Black Lightning’ Season 3 Premiere Up by 2 Weeks

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The CW has moved up the return of “Black Lightning” by two weeks. Now starting on Monday, Oct. 7 at 9/8c, the “Black Lightning” Season 3 premiere will immediately follow the “All American” Season 2 premiere, which the network feels is a better pairing.

The move takes away one of two planned encores for the “Batwoman” series premiere and eliminates an encore of the “Nancy Drew” series premiere. Now that The CW has its own in-season streaming rights, those encores are seen as less vital for catch-up viewing.

Below is The CW’s revised fall premiere dates schedule, as revealed at the broadcast channel’s Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour day.

Also Read: CW Boss Says Salim Akil's Legal Issues Have 'Nothing' to Do With 'Black Lightning': Cast and Crew 'Deserve to Work'

Sunday, Oct. 6

8:00-9:00 p.m. “Batwoman” (Series Premiere)

9:00-10:00 p.m. “Supergirl” (Season Premiere)

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Men in Black: International Arrives Home Sept. 3

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Culver City, Calif. – Chris Hemsworth (Avengers: Endgame) and Tessa Thompson (Thor: Ragnarok) join forces to take on an apocalyptic alien threat in director F. Gary Gray’s (The Fate of the Furious) exciting globetrotting adventure Men In Black: International, debuting on Digital August 20 and on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD on September 3, from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

Joining Hemsworth and Thompson is an all-star supporting cast that includes Kumail Nanjiani (The Big Sick), Rebecca Ferguson (Mission: Impossible – Fallout), Rafe Spall (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom), international dance phenoms Les Twins (Laurent Bourgeois & Larry Bourgeois) with Emma Thompson (Late Night) and Liam Neeson (Taken).

The Men in Black have always protected the Earth from the scum of the universe. In this new adventure, they tackle their biggest, most global threat to date: a mole in the Men in Black organization.

The 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack and
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NCIS: 10 Hidden Details You Never Noticed

One of CBS's most successful series of all time, NCIS will soon begin its 17th season and will be not only one of the longest-running series on prime time, but one of the most successful spin-offs ever. Beginning as an offshoot of Jag, it has differentiated itself with the colorful personalities of its cast and the excitement of its cases. Under Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, the eccentric but intrepid agents of the Naval Criminal Investigative Services solve crimes pertaining to personnel in the Navy and Marine Corps.

Over sixteen seasons and many cast changes, there are bound to be hidden details throughout the series that go unnoticed by even the most avid viewer. From odd plotholes to recycled footage and clues in character backstory, there's more mysteries in every scene than the team can solve. That just leaves more fun for the viewer, so here are ten details
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NCIS: 5 Best & 5 Worst Episodes (According To IMDb)

Through 16 seasons, NCIS has been one of the most successful, highest-rated shows on network television. The series is a spin-off from the show Jag, and itself spawned several spin-offs to varying levels of success. Through it all, NCIS kept its success despite casting changes thanks to long-running storylines and fantastic character work.

Related: NCIS: 5 Characters Fans Would Love To See In Season 17 (& 5 They Don't)

Mark Harmon has led the cast as NCIS special agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, with the only other character still there from the start being Timothy McGee and Dr. Ducky Mallard. While characters have left and others have died, the show plugged on by adding new characters and new cases for them to investigate. Here is a look at the best and worst episodes of NCIS, according to IMDb.
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The Code Canceled After One Season on CBS

And that's a wrap.

The Code, which just concluded its freshman season on CBS, has been canceled.

The midseason hiatus should have been a clue, but darn it, we enjoyed that!

The Code was a unique take on the military and the law, offering fans of both genres something to dig into.

It followed some of the greatest military's brightest legal minds while they practiced law and also highlighted their personal lives.

The marines were trained to fight on all sides of the law -- as investigators, prosecutors and defense attorneys.

Dana Delaney took to Twitter this afternoon to share her farewell.

Thank you to all you wonderful people who watched @TheCodeCBS. Last night was our finale and sadly, no more. I’ll never make General. But I loved this cast of stellar actors & know we’ll meet again. Semper Fidelis.
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The Code Season 1 Episode 12 Review: Legit Bad Day

Somehow you just knew Abe was going to be acquitted.

That doesn't mean that Trey and Maya had it easy on The Code Season 1 Episode 12.

The whole trumped-up charge was just so transparent to everyone.

Still, all those in the Jag office had to do their duties, regardless of what they thought about the merits of the case.

One of the best scenes was between husband and wife Steven Pasquale (Abe's prosecutor Lt. "Kit" Schuykill) and Phillipa Soo (his intransigent assistant Harper).

She tore into him for the obvious frame job on Abe, while he threatened to ruin her if she didn't do her usual stellar work.

I bet they enjoyed playing that scene.

Harper had minimal involvement while Kit hogged the prosecution spotlight.

Related: The Code Season 1 Episode 11 Review: Don and Doff

Having the narrative cut back and forth from the present to the previous weeks leading up to the court-martial,
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New ‘NCIS Los Angeles’ Season 11 Premiere Date Officially Revealed By CBS

Hey, "NCIS: Los Angeles" fans. We are back at you with some very terrific news because it's time for you guys to finally find out when the new season 11 of your favorite show will kick off. CBS recently released the premiere dates for all their Fall 2019 shows. NCIS: Los Angeles is definitely one of those shows. So again, we've got an official premiere date for it. With no further ado, all of you loyal "NCIS: Los Angeles" fans can expect to see the brand new season 11 start up on Sunday night, September 29, 2019 at approximately 8:30 pm central standard time on CBS of course. So, be sure to mark down that very important date on your TV show calendars. NCIS: Los Angeles is keeping its same night and time slot. That means you guys won't have to make any adjustments to your schedules to watch it. Just tune in on
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Good Witch Twist: Bailee Madison Exits Ahead of Just-Ordered Season 6

Good Witch Twist: Bailee Madison Exits Ahead of Just-Ordered Season 6
In a decidedly bad development for fans of Hallmark Channel’s Good Witch, Bailee Madison will not be returning for the series just-ordered sixth season. The actress’ character, Grace Russell, is poised to graduate at the end of the dramedy’s current fifth season, “allowing for a natural wrap of her storyline,” according to Deadline, which broke the news of Madison’s departure.

Good Witch stars Jag and Army Wives vet Catherine Bell as Cassie Nightingale, the newly widowed enchantress of the fictional town of Middleton. Madison co-stars as her now-teenage daughter who shares her mother’s unique gifts of insight and intuition.
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60 Cancelled Shows That Came Back: Odaat, Lucifer, Brooklyn 99 and More

The miracle happened! Nearly four months after its cancellation at the hands of Netflix, One Day at a Time was rescued by cable network Pop TV, which commissioned a 13-episode Season 4 to air in 2020.

Odaat‘s historic reprieve (it’s the first time that a streaming series has been rescued by a linear-tv network) marks the latest #PeakTV comeback story following Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Lucifer, Last Man Standing and the twice-cancelled Timeless — but these death-defying series remain a rare breed. Few shows in TV history have seen their fates reversed.

The following slideshow rounds up 60 cancelled shows that came back. The reasons for resuscitation are wide-ranging,
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TVLine Items: Final Fantasy Xiv Series, True Blood 'Reunion' and More

Final Fantasy is getting the TV treatment: A live-action series adaptation of the video game franchise is in development at Sony Pictures Television and production company Hivemind (The Expanse, The Witcher).

Based on the role-playing game’s fourteenth installment, the project will tell an original story set in the world of Eorzea. It will explore “the struggle between magic and technology in a quest to bring peace to a land in conflict,” while featuring “a mixture of new and familiar faces,” including the live-action debut of the game’s central character Cid, per the official announcement.

The project does not
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Mallory on The Young & The Restless — Everything You Need to Know

That's actress Wendy Benson playing the new character of Mallory on The Young & The Restless beginning on Tuesday, June 18. Jack Abbott has been single for a while now, but a chance meeting with the blonde could change all that! Y&r is not Benson's first experience in daytime — she played Meredith Delaney on As The World Turns back in 1992. She also starred as Taylor on I'll Fly Away, Cleo on Muscle, and Barbara Caufield on Unhappily Ever After. Desperate Housewives fans might remember her recurring role as Colleen Henderson on the primetime sudser. Benson has also made guest appearances on numerous primetime series like Charmed, Jag, Ugly Betty, and Mad Men. On the big screen she can be seen in films like Wishmaster and Burlesque. Stay tuned to see how things go between Mallory and Jack because that's going to indicate just how long Benson will be appearing on the soap.
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