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The 25 Best One-Season Television Shows of the Last 25 Years

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The 25 Best One-Season Television Shows of the Last 25 Years
In the age of peak TV, we’ve gotten to see many series which are constructed to be satisfying after just one season of storytelling. But it’s important to remember that this is a relatively new phenomenon, that all too often, potentially great shows will get cancelled before getting the chance to reach their full potential.

Read More:8 Cancelled TV Shows That Got A ‘Twin Peaks’-Style Revival

The list below focuses on scripted series, reaching back over two decades to cover some of television history’s most disappointing ends. The aim is to remember some of network and cable’s most audacious experiments, for better and for worse.

25. “Almost Human” (2013-2014)

In many ways, “Almost Human” was deeply flawed to a degree that made its cancellation understandable — it struggled to balance too many plot threads with an over-reliance on recycled world-building, ultimately failing to coalesce despite some ambitious
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The 25 Best One-Season Television Shows of the Last 25 Years

The 25 Best One-Season Television Shows of the Last 25 Years
In the age of peak TV, we’ve gotten to see many series which are constructed to be satisfying after just one season of storytelling. But it’s important to remember that this is a relatively new phenomenon, that all too often, potentially great shows will get cancelled before getting the chance to reach their full potential.

Read More:8 Cancelled TV Shows That Got A ‘Twin Peaks’-Style Revival

The list below focuses on scripted series, reaching back over two decades to cover some of television history’s most disappointing ends. The aim is to remember some of network and cable’s most audacious experiments, for better and for worse.

25. “Almost Human” (2013-2014)

In many ways, “Almost Human” was deeply flawed to a degree that made its cancellation understandable — it struggled to balance too many plot threads with an over-reliance on recycled world-building, ultimately failing to coalesce despite some ambitious
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Guest Post: How One Non-Profit Changed The Game For Parents At SXSW

Credit: Moms-in-Film

Guest Post By Christy Lamb and Mathilde Dratwa

Int. Bedroom — Very Early Morning

Actress and director Foster Wilson has just found out that a film she worked on, “The Archer,” will be having its world premiere at SXSW, one of the country’s biggest and more widely-publicized film festivals. Her eyes move from the email on her phone informing her of the news to a nearby bassinet, in which lies her second bundle of joy: her five month old daughter Matea. The look on Foster’s face says it all. Maybe if she were to bring the five month old along for the trip…

The reality of actually attending a screening at the festival seems like a far-off fantasy.

But this is Hollywood, folks, so of course there is a happy ending.

For the first time ever, thanks to a 2017 SXSW Community Grant, our non-profit Moms-in-Film provided free on-site childcare to parent-filmmakers at this year’s SXSW Festival. Moms-in-Film is a bi-coastal organization, and our mission is to energize the careers of parents in the film industry. Our project, The Wee Wagon, is the first mobile childcare unit designed purposely for use on set and at film festivals. The interior of the Wee Wagon is a play-based care space that allows children to become familiar with a consistent physical environment no matter the location, while its exterior is designed for travel and easy identification on set. The Wee Wagon is not just a practical approach to combating the industry’s gender disparity issue, but a necessary step in helping mothers in the film industry retain the careers of their choice.

The response from parents on the ground in Austin to the Wee Wagon was phenomenal. SXSW narrative feature Jury Award Winner and new mother Ana Asensio says she hopes to see a Moms-in-Film Wee Wagon at “every single set and every single film festival.” The director, writer, and star of “Most Beautiful Island” says it’s time to start having this conversation publicly because “the lack of available childcare in the industry is a reason that female directors lag behind their male counterparts.” Actress and producer Iris Ichishito used the Wee Wagon to pump milk for her daughter, calling it “an oasis for families.” The team behind “Stranger Fruit,” a doc revisiting the 2014 shooting of Michael Brown, described the Wee Wagon as both “classic” and “dope” while “Spettacolo” director Chris Shellen says that “free, mobile childcare at festivals and on sets is “a gamechanger in the fight for gender equality.”

Suzy Starke German, Program Manager for Lunafest, attended SXSW and used the Wee Wagon’s childcare for her infant daughter every day while in Austin. The Wee Wagon allowed her to not only attend important meetings and events, but to also present the SXSW Luna Gamechanger Award to “Inflame” writer-director Ceylan Ozgun Ozcelik and the SXSW Luna Chicken & Egg Award to “I Am Another You” helmer Nanfu Wang. Suzy was so thrilled with the services that Luna made a generous donation to Moms-in-Film during the SXSW festival. And of course, even Foster Wilson herself was able to attend a screening of The Archer while Matea was cared for in the Wee Wagon.

Moms-in-Film not only received support from SXSW and Luna, but also from a number of enthusiastic sponsors including Virginia-based sign manufacturers Everbrite who donated all Moms-in-Film signage and mock-up illustrations for future Wee Wagon build-outs, and Babyganics who provided the Wee Wagon with everything from diaper rash cream to baby sunscreen and face and hand wipes. However, the Wee Wagon would absolutely not have been possible without Collab&Play, a Los Angeles-based freelance membership workspace that provides childcare for members. Collab&Play founder Silvana Arzeno Toledo and her partner Arielle Jennings accompanied us to Austin — at their own expense — providing the crucial care component the Wee Wagon required for successful implementation.

After the success of SXSW, we aim to integrate the Wee Wagon into film festivals and both location/studio shoots on the East/West coasts. Our hope is to use these larger opportunities to offset the costs for independent productions and smaller festivals seeking to provide similar care. Given Moms-in-Film’s status as a fiscally-sponsored non-profit organization, we are able to accept tax-deductible donations and apply for grants that will allow the Wee Wagon to support productions of all sizes. Moms-in-Film will lobby for tax incentives for provisions like the Wee Wagon to ensure the hiring and retention of parents in the field.

The Wee Wagon is just one initiative for Moms-In-Film. Our bi-coastal non-profit seeks to shift film industry norms and welcomes like-minded organizations, individuals, and partners looking to integrate family within the film industry, move the needle on hiring parents, retain mothers in the industry, and ultimately create equal representation both on and offscreen.

For more information about Moms-in-Film check out our website. Call your mother. Then call us.

Christy Lamb is an accomplished producer of films, festivals, and nonprofit programs. Her film credits include: “These C*cksucking Tears,” “Bad at Dancing,” and “American Dresser.” Previously, she served as Executive Director of Dance Films Association, co-producing the Dance on Camera series with the Film Society of Lincoln Center and as Development Director for the NYC Screenwriters Collective.

Mathilde Dratwa has been a Sundance Channel Shorts Contest finalist, a co-leader of the FilmShop collective, and a member of the Independent Film School’s writer-director lab. Her latest short film, “Peta Pan,” stars Independent Spirit Award nominee Nisreen Faour. She co-created “Almost Anonymous,” an award-winning web series about a support group for celebrity lookalikes. She also produces animation videos. Dratwa has received two Pulitzer Center grants and has had her work featured in a number of publications.

Guest Post: How One Non-Profit Changed The Game For Parents At SXSW was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
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‘Trumbo’ Writer John McNamara Honored by Writers Guild

‘Trumbo’ Writer John McNamara Honored by Writers Guild
The Writers Guild of America West has named screenwriter John McNamara the recipient of its Paul Selvin Award for his screenplay for “Trumbo.”

Based on the biography by Bruce Cook, the film chronicles the life of Blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, exploring issues of political freedom, censorship and civil liberties.

McNamara, who is also a producer on “Trumbo,” will be recognized at the Writers Guild Awards L.A. ceremony on Feb. 13, at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza. He recently received a WGA Adapted Screenplay nomination for his script.

“The Paul Selvin Award honors ‘that member whose work best embodies the spirit of the constitutional and civil rights and liberties that are indispensable to the survival of free writers everywhere,’” said WGA West President Howard A. Rodman. “Though we’ve given it since 1989, it might as well have been purpose-built for John McNamara’s ‘Trumbo.’ In shining light on a dark corner of our history,
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‘Grimm’ Creators David Greenwalt & Jim Kouf Ink Deal With Universal TV (Exclusive)

‘Grimm’ Creators David Greenwalt & Jim Kouf Ink Deal With Universal TV (Exclusive)
Grimm” co-creators David Greenwalt and Jim Kouf have signed a new overall deal with Universal Television, Variety has learned exclusively.

The two-year, multimillion-dollar pact will keep the duo providing exec producer and showrunner services on “Grimm.”

That series, a steady performer for NBC’s Friday night slate, will return with its fifth season on Oct. 30.

The supernatural drama, inspired by the classic Grimm Brothers’ fairy tales, tied with CBS’ “Blue Bloods” as the season’s No. 1-rated scripted series on the night in adults 18-49. Despite airing this spring in the generally low-rated 8 p.m. hour on Fridays, its original episodes averaged a 2.1 demo rating and about 7.4 million viewers overall, according to Nielsen’s “live plus-7” estimates.

Before “Grimm,” Greenwalt served as exec producer on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and co-created its spinoff “Angel” with Joss Whedon. He also co-created and exec produced Fox’s short-lived, yet critically acclaimed, drama “Profit.
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Aquarius: Is NBC's Charles Manson Drama Groovy or Gruesome?

Aquarius: Is NBC's Charles Manson Drama Groovy or Gruesome?
Charles Manson: Murderous mastermind, ’60s icon and… aspiring folk star?

That’s just one of the historical nuggets revealed in Aquarius, NBC’s new period drama that chronicles the lead-up to the horrific killings perpetrated by Manson’s followers in 1969. In a moment, we’ll want to hear what you thought of the two-hour premiere. But first, a quick recap:

Related Former Bunhead Emma Dumont on Coming of Age in NBC’s Aquarius

The series stars David Duchovny (The X-Files, Californication) as hard-nosed Det. Sam Hodiak and Grey Damon (Friday Night Lights) as his young, hippie-looking partner Brian Shafe.
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Aquarius Trailer: David Duchovny Hunts Charles Manson in NBC's '60s Thriller

Aquarius Trailer: David Duchovny Hunts Charles Manson in NBC's '60s Thriller
It’s almost the dawning of the Aquarius age at NBC, and you know what that means: We’re finally getting a look at the trailer for David Duchovny’s new Charles Manson-themed ’60s thriller.

RelatedX-Files Revival Officially Ordered at Fox, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson Back for 6 New Episodes

In the 13-episode series, Duchovny plays a Los Angeles police sergeant with a complicated home life who takes note of small-time criminal Manson when he begins recruiting needy women to what becomes his cult. As history records, these members of Manson’s “family” eventually commit various ghastly crimes, including
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Creative Coalition Adds More Names for Spotlight: Kravitz, Tambor, Lutz and Ejiofor ­

The Creative Coalition has announced the 2015 Spotlight Initiative Awards will be bestowed on Zoë Kravitz, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Kellan Lutz and recent Golden Globe Winner Jeffrey Tambor at The Creative Coalition Awards Gala Dinner in Park City, Utah on January 24th. The annual gala evening is a marquee event with creative talent and executives from the arenas of entertainment and media gathering to celebrate these luminaries and the art and craft of independent film.

Details are as follows:

Saturday, January 24, 2015

8:00 pm

Nikki Beach at Riverhorse on Main

540 Main Street

Park City, Utah

“This year’s class of honorees represents a journey of triumph for independent film. The Creative Coalition’s Spotlight Initiative Award was created to support the artistry of independent film and those who create it,” said CEO of The Creative Coalition Robin Bronk.

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About The Creative Coalition and the Spotlight Initiative:

The Creative Coalition is the premier nonprofit, nonpartisan 501 (c)(3) social and public advocacy organization of the arts and entertainment community. Founded in 1989 by prominent members of the creative community, The Creative Coalition is dedicated to educating, mobilizing, and activating its members on issues of public importance. Actor Tim Daly serves as the organization’s President. The Spotlight Initiative Awards are a prestigious honor in the independent film arena.

Previous recipients include Dustin Hoffman, Kathy Bates, Eddie Izzard, and Josh Lucas for Boychoir; William H. Macy and John Hawkes for The Sessions; Kevin Spacey, Demi Moore, Paul Bettany, Jeremy Irons, Zachary Quinto, Penn Badgley, Simon Baker, and Stanley Tucci for Margin Call; Vera Farmiga for Goats; Maggie Gyllenhaal for Hysteria; and directors Quentin Tarantino, Taylor Hackford, George Hickenlooper, Lee Daniels, Roland Emmerich, and Barry Levinson. Other Spotlight Initiative Award winners include Cicely Tyson, Marcia Gay Harden, Melissa Leo, Elijah Wood, Anna Kendrick, Ellen Barkin, Alan Arkin, Tracy Morgan, Kate Bosworth, Jane Lynch, Shailene Woodley, Alfred Molina, Cheryl Hines, Josh Gad, Jonathan Pryce, Rose McGowan, and Emile Hirsch, among others.

About Nikki Beach Worldwide:

In 1998, entrepreneur Jack Penrod introduced the world to Nikki Beach; the ultimate beach club concept that combines the elements of entertainment, dining, music, fashion, film and art into one. Today, the Nikki Beach concept has transcended its international venues and grown into a global, multifaceted luxury lifestyle & hospitality brand comprising of a Beach Club Division; a Lifestyle Division (including an exclusive branding & clothing line found at the Boutiques located at all Nikki Beach locations, a music label and Nikki Style Magazine, a luxury travel, fashion & lifestyle publication produced two times a year); a Special Events Division; a Hotels & Resorts Division; and Nikki Cares, a 501c3 Non-Profit Charity Division

Nikki Beach can now be experienced in: Miami Beach, Florida, USA; St. Tropez, France; St. Barth, French West Indies; Marbella, Spain; Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; Marrakech, Morocco; Koh Samui, Thailand; Mallorca, Spain; Ibiza, Spain; Phuket, Thailand; Porto Heli, Greece; Bali, Indonesia; and pop-up locations in Cannes, France during the Cannes International Film Festival, Canada during the Toronto International Film Festival and in Park City, Utah, USA during the Sundance Film Festival. The Hotels & Resorts division has a current location in Koh Samui, Thailand & Porto Heli, Greece and in 2015 will be opening a hotel property in Dubai, UAE; For more information about Nikki Beach Worldwide, please visit:Here
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Grey's Anatomy's Gaius Charles Joins NBC's Charles Manson Drama Aquarius

Grey’s Anatomy alum Gaius Charles is heading back to his old Friday Night Lights turf, joining NBC’s Charles Manson-themed event series Aquarius in a recurring role, TVLine has learned exclusively.

The 13-episode, 1960s-set drama — from Profit brainchild John McNamara —stars David Duchovny as a cop who goes undercover to track Manson and his brood.

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Charles, who wrapped up his two-year Grey’s stint in May, will play Bunchy Carter, a former gang-banger who is now a fanatical Nation of Islam adherent whose hatred of the white man is evident.
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'Game of Thrones,' 'Bunheads,' and 'Friday Night Lights' actors sign up for NBC's Charles Manson drama

'Game of Thrones,' 'Bunheads,' and 'Friday Night Lights' actors sign up for NBC's Charles Manson drama
NBC has put a Game of Thrones actor in charge of their Charles.

Gethin Anthony — who played almost-king Renly Baratheon in the first two seasons of the HBO hit — has been cast as chilling cult leader Charles Manson in the Peacock’s “event series” Aquarius, EW has confirmed. (TVLine first reported the news.) The 13-episode drama, which is set in 1967, stars David Duchovny as Lapd Sgt. Sam Hodiak, who is hunting the small-time jailbird with designs on heading up a cult.

The “event series” has also recruited Emma Dumont (Bunheads) to play Emma Karn, a young woman who is reported
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'Game Of Thrones' Alum Gethin Anthony Cast As Charles Manson In 'Aquarius'

Gethin Anthony, who played Renly Baratheon on Game of Thrones, has been cast as Charles Manson in NBC’s forthcoming “event series” Aquarius.

Gethin Anthony Joins 'Aquarius'

As Manson, Anthony will portray the “archetypal Authentic Hippie Freak,” according to TV Line. When the series opens, Manson is a small-time jailbird who’s spent a good portion of his life behind bars. As he begins building his cult, he grabs the attention of Lapd Sgt. Sam Hodiak, played by David Duchovny.

“The twists and turns of a complicated undercover operation will lead Duchovny’s character and his young partner to the brink of Manson’s crimes that will eventually lead to the Tate-labianca murders in subsequent seasons,” according to NBC.

Friday Night Lights actor Grey Damon will play Duchovny’s character’s new partner, who helps him track down Emma Karn – played by BunheadsEmma Dumont. Emma Karn, as it turns out,
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Game of Thrones Vet Cast as Charles Manson in NBC's Aquarius; Fnl, Bunheads Alums Also Join Drama

Game of Thrones Vet Cast as Charles Manson in NBC's Aquarius; Fnl, Bunheads Alums Also Join Drama
A killer trio have joined David Duchovny in NBC’s Charles Manson-themed event series Aquarius, TVLine has learned exclusively.

Game of ThronesGethin Anthony, Friday Night LightsGrey Damon and BunheadsEmma Dumont have boarded the 1960s-set drama, which stars Duchovny as a cop who goes undercover to track Manson and his brood.

Related NBC Orders David Duchovny-Led Charles Manson Drama Aquarius to Series

Anthony — who on Thrones played Renly Baratheon — will portray Manson, described here as the “archetypal Authentic Hippie Freak” whose intense charisma draws young followers to him in droves. A jailbird who has spent half his life in prison,
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David Duchovny to headline Charles Manson drama

David Duchovny looks set for an immediate return to the small screen when his current series Californication finishes its seven-season run this year, with The X-Files star signing on for NBC's 13-episode event series Aquarius, which will see him as a police detective on the trail of notorious cult leader Charles Manson. According to Variety, "Duchovny will play a Los Angeles police sergeant with a complicated personal life. In the late 1960s, he and his younger partner begin tracking a small-time criminal who specializes in luring vulnerable young women to his 'cause'. The plan is that the series will follow “the twists and turns” of Manson’s early efforts, but the horrific murder spree in August 1969 that made his name synonymous with evil will not enter the story until subsequent seasons." "I’m thrilled to be working with [NBC Entertainment Chief] Bob Greenblatt again and coming back to broadcast television," said Duchovny. "I
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NBC Gives a Series Order to Aquarius Starring David Duchovny

For those of us wondering what David Duchovny will be doing once his Showtime series "Californication" comes to an end, the answer has come today; and it involves NBC and Charles Manson! Read on for the details.

NBC has given a straight-to-series 13-episode order for the drama “Aquarius,” starring two-time Golden Globe Award winner David Duchovny in his return to broadcast television.

In this gripping drama series set in the late 1960s, Duchovny stars as a Los Angeles police sergeant with a complicated personal life who starts tracking a small-time criminal and budding cult leader seeking out vulnerable women to join his “cause.” The name of that man is Charles Manson. The twists and turns of a complicated undercover operation will lead Duchovny’s character and his young partner to the brink of Manson’s crimes that will eventually lead to the Tate-labianca murders in subsequent seasons.

Writer John McNamara (“In Plain Sight,
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David Duchovny to star in NBC's Charles Manson drama

David Duchovny to star in NBC's Charles Manson drama
The truth about Charles Manson is out there — and David Duchovny is on the case.

NBC announced Monday that it has ordered Aquarius, a late-’60s-set drama in which The X-Files veteran and Californication star will play an L.A. police sergeant tracking a low-level criminal and aspiring cult leader who is recruiting young women for his “cause” — and his name is Charles Manson. “The twists and turns of a complicated undercover operation will lead Duchovny’s character and his young partner to the brink of Manson’s crimes that will eventually lead to the Tate-labianca murders in subsequent seasons,
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NBC 'Aquarius' will pit David Duchovny against Charles Manson

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NBC 'Aquarius' will pit David Duchovny against Charles Manson
NBC is going back to the past in its latest piece of scheduling for its future. The network announced on Monday (March 31) that it has given a direct-to-series order to "Aquarius," a true crime drama that will mark David Duchovny's return to broadcast TV. Set in the late '60s, Duchovny will play an Lapd sergeant tracking a small-time criminal and budding cult leader. That cult leader's name? Charles Manson. NBC teases that Duchovny's character and his young partner will begin an undercover operation into Manson, with the Tate-labianca murders on the horizon for future seasons. NBC offers blurbs aplenty from everybody associated with the project, which will be created by John McNamara ("Profit"). "Event series are a big priority for us, and the combination of a show that charts the lead-up to the Manson murders, along with a television star of the magnitude of David Duchovny, is the very definition of an event,
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NBC Orders David Duchovny 1960s Cop Drama

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NBC Orders David Duchovny 1960s Cop Drama
NBC has given a straight-to-series 13-episode order to the David Duchovny–led Aquarius, the network announced today. The show is set in the late 1960s, and Duchovny plays an Lapd sergeant with a "complicated personal life" who discovers he is investigating a young Charles Manson. "The twists and turns of a complicated undercover operation will lead Duchovny’s character and his young partner to the brink of Manson’s crimes that will eventually lead to the Tate-labianca murders in subsequent seasons," according to NBC's optimistic press release. Aquarius comes from John McNamara, whose previous work includes the before-its-time Profit and the recent Prime Suspect reboot. Just because Mad Men is ending doesn't mean your '60s fascination has to!
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David Duchovny to Hunt Charles Manson in NBC's ‘Aquarius’

David Duchovny to Hunt Charles Manson in NBC's ‘Aquarius’
NBC has given a straight-to-series 13-episode order for the drama “Aquarius,” starring two-time Golden Globe Award winner David Duchovny in his return to broadcast television. The “Californication” and “X-Files” star will play a 1960s Los Angeles police sergeant with a complicated personal life, who starts tracking a small-time criminal and aspiring cult leader who lures vulnerable women. The criminal turns out to be Charles Manson, and his crimes in future seasons will include the Tate-labianca murders. Also read: ‘The After,’ From ‘X-Files’ Creator Chris Carter, Among 6 New Amazon Shows Writer John McNamara (“In Plain Sight,” “Profit”) will executive produce with Duchovny,
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NBC Orders 13 Episodes of David Duchovny Period Drama on the Hunt for Charles Manson

NBC Orders 13 Episodes of David Duchovny Period Drama on the Hunt for Charles Manson
David Duchovny may not be returning as Fox Mulder any time soon, but any "X-Files" fans missing the site of the show's former leading man carrying a gun and a badge can rejoice. NBC has placed a 13 episode, straight-to-series order for "Aquarius," a 1960s set show focusing on an Lapd sergeant's hunt for Charles Manson, according to Variety.  "Event series are a big priority for us, and the combination of a show that charts the lead-up to the Manson murders, along with a television star of the magnitude of David Duchovny, is the very definition of an event," NBC Entertainment prexy Jennifer Salke told Variety. The show will track Duchovny's character and his younger partner as they first start the hunt for a man luring women to his cult. John McNamara ("In Plain Sight," "Profit") is writing the series with Duchovny, Marty Adelstein ("Prison Break"), and Melanie Green executive producing.
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NBC Orders 13 Episodes of David Duchovny Period Drama on the Hunt for Charles Manson

NBC Orders 13 Episodes of David Duchovny Period Drama on the Hunt for Charles Manson
David Duchovny may not be returning as Fox Mulder any time soon, but any "X-Files" fans missing the site of the show's former leading man carrying a gun and a badge can rejoice. NBC has placed a 13 episode, straight-to-series order for "Aquarius," a 1960s set show focusing on an Lapd sergeant's hunt for Charles Manson, according to Variety.  "Event series are a big priority for us, and the combination of a show that charts the lead-up to the Manson murders, along with a television star of the magnitude of David Duchovny, is the very definition of an event," NBC Entertainment prexy Jennifer Salke told Variety. The show will track Duchovny's character and his younger partner as they first start the hunt for a man luring women to his cult. John McNamara ("In Plain Sight," "Profit") is writing the series with Duchovny, Marty Adelstein ("Prison Break"), and Melanie Green executive producing.
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