Mira Sorvino has been tapped to headline the television adaptation of 1973 poliitcal thriller Three Days of the Condor and Ron Livingston has signed up for a recurring role on Dice.
Browsing: QUEEN OF THE SOUTH
Queen of the South deals Epifanio his worst week ever for “Punto Sin Retorno.” Camila really poked the bear this week. Setting aside her mandate for illegal activities, she regularly displays the qualities of great leadership. Epifanio may be the guy running for office, but Camila is best suited to lead.
Queen of the South gears up for a narco war in “Esta ‘Cosa’ Que Es Nuestra.” There weren’t any shots fired this week but the wheels are in motion as Teresa returns from Mexico armed with a book that could save her life.
Queen of the South explores the hard choices Teresa faces in her new world when Camila orders the execution of an innocent in “Coge Todo lo Que Puede Llevar.” In the middle of all this plot motion, the McGuffin book returns to the narrative.
Vargas turns on the Queen of the South and her customers turn to rival suppliers when the DEA ambushes a shipment from Columbia in another great episode about business and customer satisfaction.
Vargas moves against the reigning Queen of the South, Teresa learns more bout her new world while setting up an assassination, and Brenda starts her own business in Dallas.
Teresa helps Brenda make an escape plan and catches a drug dealer ripping off Camila on Queen of the South.
A round-up of the week’s TV News!
A recap of the week’s TV News!