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DON'T MISS: "Aquarius" - It's the dawning of a new age for David Duchovny ("The X-Files"), who returns to network television in this gripping, 13-episode slice of "historical fiction." He plays an L.A. detective searching for a missing girl in 1967 - a probe that leads to a band of drifters who have come under the sway of Charles Manson (Gethin Anthony). 9 p.m. Thursday, NBC. (All 13 episodes will be available for streaming at nbc.com on Friday.)
Nigerian drug agents Saturday surrounded the house of a senator-elect wanted by the United States in a nearly 20-year-old heroin deal that was the alleged basis for the TV hit "Orange is the New Black."
A conservative group has yanked television ads set to air Friday targeting U.S. Reps. Rob Bishop and Chris Stewart after the two Utah congressmen announced they share the group's view that a federal export bank should be shut down.
The TLC cable channel has yanked repeats of the reality series "19 Kids and Counting" from its schedule after news reports that one of its stars, Josh Duggar, was involved in inappropriate conduct when he was a minor.
TLC pulled the reality series "19 Kids and Counting" from its schedule on Friday, a move that follows reports of sexual misconduct allegations against one of the stars, Josh Duggar, stemming from when he was a juvenile.
A little more than three months after the moon was in the seventh house and Jupiter aligned with Mars on Feb. 14, NBC is launching the new summer series "Aquarius." David Duchovny trades tracking aliens for chasing mass murders as a Los Angeles detective trying to do his job in a world of free love, long hair, cheap drugs, police brutality, rising crime, protests, Black Power and the Vietnam War.