Start TV announces the addition of acclaimed dramatic TV series The Good Wife, Crossing Jordan, Unforgettable and Strong Medicine to the network’s daily programming lineup of contemporary procedural dramas. These new series debut on New Year’s Day, Tuesday, January 1, 2019 on Start TV.
New dramas join the Start TV series The Closer, Medium, Cold Case, Profiler and The Division as part of network’s unique seven-days-a-week strip program schedule. Headliner programs are showcased with multiple episodes airing each day in multi-hour blocks.
The Good Wife will air on Start TV as a two-hour block every evening from 11PM–1AM ET/PT. Starring Julianna Margulies, Christine Baranski, Alan Cumming and Christopher Noth, The Good Wife follows a woman who must return to work as a lawyer to provide for her family, after her husband is jailed following a political scandal. The series originally aired for seven seasons on CBS and received 5 Emmy Awards. For her leading role on the show, Julianna Margulies earned both an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Drama Series.
Crossing Jordan will air as a two-hour-block every day from 1–3PM ET/PT. Starring Jill Hennessy, Miguel Ferrer, Ravi Kapoor and featuring Ken Howard, Jerry O’Connell and Leslie Bibb, Crossing Jordan is the story of a brilliant medical examiner who goes above and beyond to solve cases despite her spotty career and mercurial ways. The series originally aired for six seasons on NBC.
Unforgettable will air weekdays at 10AM ET/PT and stars Poppy Montgomery as a New York police detective with a rare ability to visually remember all the details of her life, which helps her to solve crimes. The series also stars Dylan Walsh and Jane Curtin and originally aired for four seasons on CBS and A&E.
Strong Medicine will air every night at 9PM ET/PT and stars Rosa Blasi and Janine Turner as doctors from two very different worlds who come together to care for their diverse patients. The series also stars Patricia Richardson and was created by Whoopi Goldberg. It originally aired for six seasons on Lifetime.
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