New "Made in NY" TV Series Join 'Golden' Age

February 1, 2013 - Television favorites and new “Made in NY” dramas premiere this month, bringing music, intrigue and conspiracy to the small screen.

CBS’ “Elementary” gains one of TV’s most coveted spots airing after the Super Bowl. The hit drama starring Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu is a modern take on the classic story of the great detective Sherlock Holmes now working in New York City. The special episode airs Sunday, February 3 at 10pm on CBS immediately following the game.

“Smash” returns with a special two hour season premiere on Tuesday, February 5 at a special time, 9pm on NBC. The Broadway-themed series brings back Megan Hilty and Katherine McPhee and welcomes Academy Award winner Jennifer Hudson. The show moves to its regular time slot, Tuesdays at 10pm, on February 12.

Anthony Edwards returns to television in a new ABC drama, “Zero Hour.” Edwards plays Hank, a paranormal enthusiast whose wife is kidnapped, forcing him to unravel an international conspiracy in order to save her. “Zero Hour” premieres on Thursday, February 14 at 8pm on ABC.

CBS welcomes its newest series, “Golden Boy,” a police drama starring Theo James. James plays Walter William Clark Jr., the youngest person to ever become police commissioner of the NYPD and the quickest to do so. “Golden Boy” premieres on February 26 at 10pm. The show moves to its regular time slot of Fridays at 9pm on March 8.
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