Hong Kong – Warner TV offers a dose of action, drama and comedy to round up the yearend programming. Leading the charge is new Warner Bros. Television series Lethal Weapon, complemented by Blindspot, last year’s breakout new series, and the best of DC Super Hero-inspired shows, including Gotham, Arrow and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.
Marianne Lee, Vice President of General Entertainment Content at Turner Asia Pacific and Warner TV Content Head said, “With the arrival of Lethal Weapon to the slate, Warner TV is fully loaded with strength and depth right across the board. By October, we’ll be up to six ‘same-day’ titles, and when we launch one other Turner series in November and iZombie returns in 2017 it will be eight – making the channel the place to be for exclusive, first-run content.”
Continuing series that are first from the US are Murder in the First (S3) and The Last Ship (S3), while popular shows Major Crimes, Supergirl and The Flash also add to the depth of entertainment throughout the year.
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