NBC locks dates for Charles Manson drama ‘Aquarius,’ other summer shows
Looks like 2015 will be the Summer of Manson, at least for NBC.
The network unveiled on Friday its premiere dates for summer, including “Aquarius,” a crime drama starring David Duchovny and inspired by the notorious Charles Manson murder cult that terrorized Southern California during the late 1960s.
“Aquarius,” which stars Duchovny as a cop hot on the trail of the Manson cult, will start with a two-hour premiere on May 28.
“America’s Got Talent” will again serve as the anchor for the summer schedule, bowing May 26.
The obstacle-course contest “American Ninja Warrior” will kick off the summer lineup on May 25, while the acclaimed serial-killer drama “Hannibal” returns starting June 4.
Are you interested in “Aquarius”? Will you tune in for the premiere?
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