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The Brave: NBC Touts New Show's Ratings; Season Two Possible

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Are you watching The Brave? Recently, NBC praised the ratings for the freshman TV show. Could this mean a season two renewal?The military drama centers on Captain Adam Dalton (Mike Vogel) who leads his Special Ops squad on dangerous field missions across the globe. The cast also includes Anne Heche, Natacha Karam, Demetrius Grosse, Noah Mills, Hadi Tabbal, Tate Ellington, and Sofia Pernas.Read More…
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The Brave: Season One Ratings

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NBC tried out 10 new TV series during the regular 2016-17 television season and cancelled four of them. Now, the Peacock Network is introducing The Brave. Can it live up to its title and perform heroically, or will it fall as so many who have gone on before it? Will The Brave be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned. An undercover military drama, The Brave TV show stars Anne Heche, Mike Vogel, Natacha Karam, Demetrius Grosse, Noah Mills, Hadi Tabbal, Tate Ellington, and Sofia Pernas. The NBC series centers on Captain Adam Dalton (Vogel) who leads his Special Ops squad on dangerous field missions across the globe. Back in their Washington D.C. headquarters, D.I.A. Deputy Director Patricia Campbell (Heche) oversees the unit which provides support and analysis for Dalton and company. While this elite team usually faces seemingly insurmountable odds, they are
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The Brave: Is the NBC TV Show Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

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Vulture Watch What is in store next, for Captain Adam Dalton and his squad? Is The Brave TV show cancelled or renewed for a second season on NBC? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Brave, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   What's This TV Show About? Airing on the NBC television network, The Brave stars Anne Heche, Mike Vogel, Natacha Karam, Demetrius Grosse, Noah Mills, Hadi Tabbal, Tate Ellington, and Sofia Pernas. The series centers on Captain Adam Dalton (Vogel) who leads his Special Ops squad on dangerous field missions across the globe. Back in their Washington D.C. headquarters, D.I.A. Deputy Director Patricia Campbell (Heche) oversees the unit
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The Brave: Season One Viewer Votes

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How do Dalton, Campbell, and the team handle their mission in season one of The Brave TV show on NBC? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether the TV show The Brave is cancelled or renewed for a second season. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration that their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all the season one episodes of The Brave for us, below. An NBC undercover military drama, The Brave stars Anne Heche, Mike Vogel, Natacha Karam, Demetrius Grosse, Noah Mills, Hadi Tabbal, Tate Ellington, and Sofia Pernas. The series centers on Captain Adam Dalton (Vogel) who leads his Special Ops squad on dangerous field missions across the globe. Back in their Washington D.C.
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The Brave: Bahram Khosraviani to Guest on NBC's Monday Night Series

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The Brave has some new company. Deadline reports Bahram Khosraviani will guest on NBC's freshman TV show.The military drama centers on Captain Adam Dalton (Mike Vogel) who leads his Special Ops squad on dangerous field missions across the globe. The cast also includes Anne Heche, Natacha Karam, Demetrius Grosse, Noah Mills, Hadi Tabbal, Tate Ellington, and Sofia Pernas.Read More…
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Cast Of NBC's The Brave Wrap Up First-Ever Uso Tour To Kirtland Air Force Base

Just days after NBC “The Brave” stars Mike Vogel, Tate Ellington, Demetrius Grosse, Natacha Karam, Noah Mills, Sofia Pernas and Hadi Tabbal visited Kirtland Air Force Base and wrapped up their first-ever Uso tour, the cast members are urging fans to join them and the Uso in becoming a Force Behind the Forces by sending a message of support to our nation’s service men and women today at Uso.org/Messages.

Cast of NBC's The Brave visit with service members and their families during Uso tour to Kirtland Air Force Base

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“I come from a military family… Throughout my adult life, I’ve been very involved. I worked with the Va for a year, started a charity to help veterans that come back from Iraq and Afghanistan with Ptsd, all kinds of different stuff,” said Mike Vogel. “For me, this is kind of a dream job,
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“The Brave” Series Premiere: How Did It Fare?

As much as we all love a good military show, it takes more than just action to get us attached. There’s a certain level of personal attachment that must occur in order for viewers to really connect with military-based characters. New show The Brave does this quite successfully in its premiere on September 25, giving us an action-packed military show that has highly-trained-yet-still-just-human type of characters. The Brave focuses on an elite Special Ops team as lead by Mike Vogel’s Captain Adam Dalton. Hi steam includes Jaz the sniper as played by Natacha Karam, McG the medic as played by

The Brave” Series Premiere: How Did It Fare?
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The Brave

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Network: NBC. Episodes: Ongoing (hour). Seasons: Ongoing. TV show dates: September 25, 2017 — present. Series status: Has not been cancelled. Performers include: Anne Heche, Mike Vogel, Natacha Karam, Demetrius Grosse, Noah Mills, Hadi Tabbal, Tate Ellington, and Sofia Pernas. TV show description: An undercover military drama from creators Dean Georgaris, Daniel Cohn, and Jeremy Miller, The Brave TV show features Defense Intelligence and Special Ops units teaming up to save innocent lives around the world. The series centers on Captain Adam Dalton (Mike Vogel), who leads a daring Special Ops squad of well-trained undercover specialists. Dalton's team consists of Sgt Jasmine ‘Jaz’ Khan (Natacha Karam), a superior sniper; Cpo Ezekiel “Preach” Carter (Demetrius Grosse); combat
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NBC's The Brave Premiere: Grade It!

NBC's The Brave Premiere: Grade It!
An elite Special Ops team launches a new mission Monday as NBC’s The Brave joins the fray of military dramas (CBS’ Seal Team, The CW’s Valor) debuting this season. Was the operation successful? We want to know what you thought, but first: a quick recap.

A good chunk of the series premiere involves meeting Capt. Adam Dalton (Under the Dome‘s Mike Vogel) and his team, a pre-existing group of elite military operatives: sniper “Jaz” Khan (played by Natacha Karam), combat medic “McG” McGuide (Noah Mills, 2 Broke Girls) and”Preach” Carter (Demetrius Grosse, Banshee) — as well as new
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‘The Brave’ Review: What if NBC’s Dull Military Drama Actually Follows Through on Its Big Twist? — Spoilers

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‘The Brave’ Review: What if NBC’s Dull Military Drama Actually Follows Through on Its Big Twist? — Spoilers
[Editor’s Note: The following review of “The Brave” Season 1, Episode 1, “Pilot,” contains spoilers.]

The Brave” may chronicle the actions of courageous men and women, but, as a series, it’s anything but. The pilot is a paint-by-numbers kidnap-and-rescue story with an unrealistically happy ending, and the military drama only approaches any kind of haunting authenticity with an ending as dark and terrifying as it is likely not to come true.

Beginning in Syria, the first episode picks up Dr. Kimberly Welles (Alix Wilton Regan) as she’s getting a ride home from her posting with Doctors Without Borders. But when her driver takes an alternate route and then abandons the car, gunmen descend on the car and take Kimberly by force.

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Enter Patricia Campbell (Anne Heche), the Deputy Director of Intelligence at the D.I.A. who finds out about Dr. Welles’ abduction about
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‘The Brave’ Review: What if NBC’s Dull Military Drama Actually Follows Through on Its Big Twist? — Spoilers

‘The Brave’ Review: What if NBC’s Dull Military Drama Actually Follows Through on Its Big Twist? — Spoilers
[Editor’s Note: The following review of “The Brave” Season 1, Episode 1, “Pilot,” contains spoilers.]

The Brave” may chronicle the actions of courageous men and women, but, as a series, it’s anything but. The pilot is a paint-by-numbers kidnap-and-rescue story with an unrealistically happy ending, and the military drama only approaches any kind of haunting authenticity with an ending as dark and terrifying as it is likely not to come true.

Beginning in Syria, the first episode picks up Dr. Kimberly Welles (Alix Wilton Regan) as she’s getting a ride home from her posting with Doctors Without Borders. But when her driver takes an alternate route and then abandons the car, gunmen descend on the car and take Kimberly by force.

Read More:‘Will & Grace’ Review: A Revival with Gusto, Laughs, and Purpose, the NBC Sitcom is Sharp as Ever

Enter Patricia Campbell (Anne Heche), the Deputy Director of Intelligence at the D.I.A. who finds out about Dr. Welles’ abduction about
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The Brave Review – Special Ops TV Hopes For A Place That Feels Comfortable

The Brave has an uphill battle to find an audience and that may result in this turning into a show that a lot of people wish they had watched once it gets a few episodes in and struggles in the ratings. It’s fantastically niche for a start, because no matter how much it tries to wedge itself into the mold of popular cop shows, special forces hits and extraction missions just aren’t everyone’s cup of tea.

If that weren’t enough, there is an air of the formulaic about the series which might not go over too well simply because the jump from the war room to the streets and back again reminds too much of too many shows.

Then we have to add in the idea that there are those out there who may be wishing that we would just stop trying to make Anne Heche happen.
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TV Review: ‘The Brave,’ Starring Anne Heche, on NBC

TV Review: ‘The Brave,’ Starring Anne Heche, on NBC
The Brave” is a by-the-numbers hybrid of two of three very familiar drama formulas. A few sentences at the start of the drama more or less position it as the military-intelligence version of “Law & Order,” perhaps one that could replace the famous “thunk-thunk” with the sound of gunfire or explosions.

Intelligence analysts, “The Brave” informs viewers, are the ones who assess risks to Americans and their interests; Special Forces soldiers are “tasked with eliminating” those threats. The difference is that the hour is not split between those two teams, as is the case with classic “L&O.” The units work together on “The Brave,” and their time-sensitive tasks feature the usual array of maps, drones, gunplay, urgent conversations and undercover spy work.

The opening hour hits a number of story points that have been done better elsewhere (notably on “Homeland” and “Rubicon,” among other dramas). An American woman has been taken hostage, and
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The Brave: Five Things to Know About NBC's Two-Pronged Military Drama

The Brave: Five Things to Know About NBC's Two-Pronged Military Drama
To explain the genesis of NBC’s upcoming military drama The Brave, series creator Dean Georgaris invokes not the strategic genius of Sgt. Major Jonas Blane or the war-is-hell mentality of Capt. Benjamin “Hawkeye” Pierce, but the poor choices made by one Walter White.

“I don’t come from a military family. I don’t have a political axe to grind. I don’t have a particular fascination with death, but I am fascinated with human resiliency and human ingenuity,” Georgaris (Life of Pi) tells TVLine. After watching documentaries about American Special Forces teams, “I was continually impressed with their ingenuity.
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2017 Fall TV Preview: Love It, Date It or Leave It? Your Guide to 20 New Shows!

2017 Fall TV Preview: Love It, Date It or Leave It? Your Guide to 20 New Shows!
Every fall, television networks proudly debut their most eligible new shows with the hopes that smitten viewers will fall head over heels and invite them home. Unfortunately, not every small screen first date ends up with a full-season commitment and a weekly cuddle on the couch.

To help you swipe through the quickly-canceled creeps to find the refreshing gems with long-term potential, Et has created your ultimate romance guide for the 2017 Fall TV Season. We're breaking down 20 shows by category and then telling you why you should "Love It!", "Date It" or "Leave It."

Love It! Listen, we get it. Imagining a multi-season marriage to a show after only seeing the pilot is a little unrealistic, but sometimes it's just love at first watch. This is the show you'll be daydreaming about. The one you'll casually, but consistently, mention in conversations with your coworkers. The show you'll proudly introduce to your parents and then beam when they
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The Case for Christ review – atheist hack suffers crisis in preachy drama

An investigative reporter attempts to debunk Christianity after his wife is born again in this earnest movie based on Lee Strobel’s bestselling book

From the faith-based studio that brought you God’s Not Dead – and launched a streaming service for Christians presumably reluctant to Netflix and chill – comes this preachily earnest drama adapted from a best-selling book by Lee Strobel (played by Mike Vogel). Set in 1980, Strobel is a card-carrying atheist working as an investigative reporter in Chicago when his wife finds God. Turning to the tools of his trade, Strobel sets out to prove that Jc is up there with the tooth fairy – interviewing historians, archeologists and doctors. Instead, he’s rattled by the experts and experiences a crisis of atheism (as portrayed here, he’s no Richard Dawkins). For a Christian film, this is decently acted, but with the sentimentality cranked up, it drags on for what feels like eternity.
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'Baywatch' Muscles Its Way Home; Plus This Week's New Digital HD and VOD Releases

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Our resident VOD expert tells you what's new to rent and/or own this week via various Digital HD providers such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical Everything, Everything (romantic drama; Amandla Stenberg, Nick Robinson, Ana de la Reguera, Anika Noni Rose; rated PG-13) Alien: Covenant (sci-fi/action/horror sequel to Prometheus directed by Ridley Scott; Michael Fassbender, Guy Pearce, Billy Crudup, Danny McBride, Katherine Waterston; rated R) How to Be a Latin Lover (comedy; Eugenio Derbez, Salma Hayek, Raphael Alejandro, Kristen Bell, Rob Lowe, Raquel Welch; rated PG-13) The Case for Christ (drama; Mike Vogel, Erika...

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NBC Sets 2017-2018 Fall Premiere Dates, Including ‘This Is Us,’ ‘Will & Grace’

NBC Sets 2017-2018 Fall Premiere Dates, Including ‘This Is Us,’ ‘Will & Grace’
NBC announced the premiere dates for its 2017-18 fall schedule on Monday.

The new season begins Monday, Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. Et/Pt with a two-hour telecast of the blind auditions for Season 13 of “The Voice,” which features new coach Jennifer Hudson, as well as the return of coaches Miley Cyrus, Blake Shelton, and Adam Levine. “The Voice” will immediately be followed by the premiere of “The Brave,” a new drama starring Anne Heche as a Washington, D.C.-based D.I.A. Deputy Director and Mike Vogel as captain of an elite overseas Special Ops squad.

This Is Us” will return for its highly anticipated second season on Sept. 26 at 9 p.m., followed by the premiere of the new Dick Wolf anthology series “Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders.”

Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes, and Megan Mullally make their return to “Will & Grace” as the 16-time Emmy winner makes its homecoming on Sept. 28 at
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The Brave: New NBC Drama Series to Debut at TV Festival

NBC is making a big entrance. Variety reports the network will debut the new TV show The Brave at the upcoming event SeriesFest.The military drama "follows Capt. Adam Dalton (Mike Vogel) and his undercover Special Ops squad who use advance surveillance techniques to carry out missions and save innocent people from harm." The cast also includes Anne Heche, Sofia Pernas, Tate Ellington, Natacha Karam, Demetrius Grosse, Noah Mills, and Hadi Tabbal.Read More…
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Fall TV First Impression: The Brave

Fall TV First Impression: The Brave
The broadcast networks have nearly 20 shows debuting this fall, including CBS’ S.W.A.T. reboot, the maiden space voyage of Fox’s Orville and The CW’s soapy new Dynasty. To help you prep for it all, TVLine is offering First Impressions of the not-for-review pilots.

Next up on our list….

The Show | NBC’s The Brave (Mondays at 10/9c, premiere date Tba)

The Competition | CBS’ Scorpion and ABC’s The Good Doctor (new)

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