March 8, 2014
Film TV channels reveal 2014 programming
New shows, popular series and original content, with quite a few specials
Television channels History, A&E, Disney, Warner, HBO, AXN, Fox and Universal, among others, have revealed their advances of their 2014 programming, including brand new releases and popular ongoing series.
Warner has announced it will continue airing the successful series The Big Bang Theory, Almost Human, Hostages, Smallville, Mom, Super Fun Night, and Two and a Half Men. It will also broadcast the People’s Choice Awards, presented this year by the two leading characters of 2 Broke Girls. Fans can expect new seasons of Arrow, Supernatural and Person of interest.
While waiting for new seasons of Castle and Scandal, Sony will carry on the show with The Blacklist, Marvel‘s Agents of Shied, The X Factor, Once upon a time, Saturday Night Live, Grey’s Anatomy and Revenge.
AXN has announced the premiere of supernatural crime drama series Lost Girl, as well as the continuation of its popular shows Criminal Minds, CSI and NCSI.
Fans of widely popular shows such as The Walking Dead, The Simpsons, American Horror Story and Glee can sit back and enjoy their favourite series on Fox next year.
Universal Channel has scheduled the first season of Dracula from January 13 at 11pm and it will also air the new seasons of Grimm, Elementary and Chicago Fire.
Disney Channel will premiere Austin & Ally, Camp Lakebottom, Wolfblood, new shorts from Gravity Falls and a new season of Jessie. Disney Junior will add a new season of El payaso Plim Plim: un héroe del corazón, new episodes of Art Attack, Pajanimals, Henry Hugglemonster and a Mickey Mouse special. As for broadcasting big screen hits, Disney will bring The Little Mermaid, The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea, and The Little Mermaid 3: Ariel’s Beginning, as well as the four movies featuring Tinker Bell.
New releases are expected in the I Am a Princess series, focused on Disney royalty.
Throughout 2013, History Channel has broadcasted praiseworthy original content such as Eternal Life, Avatar 2045 and The Pope From the End of the Earth about the life of Jorge Mario Bergoglio, as well as Inquisition in Latin America, Decoding Miracles and JFK: 50 years later on the anniversary of Kennedy’s assassination. For 2014, the award-winning channel has announced the premiere of Bonny & Clyde History, on the true story of the famous outlaws and robbers from the time of the Great Depression, with Hollyday Grainger (Anna Karenina) as Bonnie Parker and Emile Hirsch (Milk, Meteoro) as Clyde Barrow.
Among next year’s specials: Houdini, a miniseries based on the life of famous magician Harry Houdini, played by Adrien Brody, and The Bible, by renowned producer Mark Burnett, which means to recreate the events of the extraordinary short films of Gravity Falls.
Moreover, during the World Cup in Brazil, History will premiere Gladiators, a new production about the world’s best football players.
Herald with Télam, online media