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TNT Week of 7/9/17

TNT Programming Alert

Week of July 9, 2017


"Bats**t" – Sunday, July 9, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT) 
Desna (Niecy Nash) and Jennifer (Jenn Lyon) may be Dr. Ken's (Jason Antoon) only hope, as Bryce (Kevin Rankin) wrongly accuses him of a heinous crime. Dean (Harold Perrineau) sees a disturbing billboard ad that hits too close to home, leaving Desna to cope with the dark aftermath.  Meanwhile, Virginia (Karrueche Tran) and Desna are forced to go to Polly (Carrie Preston) for help to rid the world of two horrible birds from Desna's past, with one well-aimed stone.
Directed by Howard Deutch
Written by Janine Sherman Barrois
Created by Eliot Laurence


The Play’s The Thing” Monday, July 10, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT) - TV-MA-LSV
It’s 1589, a time of religious turmoil in Protestant England when to be Catholic could be a death sentence - Will Shakespeare (Laurie Davidson) arrives from the small town of Stratford to the wild streets of London with little more than a dream and a treacherous letter…
Directed by Shekhar Kapur
Written by Craig Pearce

Created by Craig Pearce

Cowards Die Many Times” Monday, July 10, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) - TV-MA-LSV
Will (Laurie Davidson) is wracked with guilt over the arrest of the rival playwright, Baxter (Tadhg Murphy), and he makes a dangerous confession to the beautiful and rebellious Alice (Olivia DeJonge). The future of the theatre is threatened when the crowd-pleasing actor, Kemp (William Houston), is tempted by another playhouse.
Directed by Shekhar Kapur
Written by Craig Pearce

Created by Craig Pearce

Animal Kingdom

"Cry Havoc" – Tuesday, July 11, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT) – TV-MA-LV
As Javi (Alex Meraz) ratchets up the pressure on Smurf (Ellen Barkin), she enlists J (Finn Cole) to help her. Baz (Scott Speedman) is confronted by a secret Catherine kept from him. Pope (Shawn Hatosy) and Baz clash in the wake of the megachurch job.
Directed by Larry Teng
Written by Jonathan Lisco
Based on the Australian motion picture Animal Kingdom written by David Michôd
Developed for Television by Jonathan Lisco

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