'To Love and Die' Gets Premiere Date


'To Love and Die' Gets Premiere Date
TV series 'To Love and Die', starring Shiri Appleby and Tim Matheson, is scheduled to be premiered on December 30.


"To Love & Die" has gotten its premiere date. The USA TV series will start its first season, consisting of 12 episodes, to the small screen one day before the new year's eve, on December 30 at 8/7c.

Coming from NBC Universal Television Studios and Broadway Video, "To Love & Die" teams up Shiri Appleby and Tim Matheson. It will follow Shiri's Hildy Young when she was convinced that her dating problems would be resolved if only she were able to track down the father she never knew, Tim's James White.

When Hildy finally finds him, she discovers that James is a contract killer. It's right then and there that it all comes together, and she realizes that not only do her relationship issues make sense but also that she may have found a new career path.

This new TV series will have Lorne Michaels of "Saturday Night Live", Andrew Singer of "Sons & Daughters", and David Kanter of "Crime & Punishment" serving as executive producers. Apart from seeing Shiri Appleby and Tim Matheson, it will also star Frances Fisher and Ivan Sergei.

© AceShowbiz.com


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