A young female graduate of Army Ranger School is just belligerent enough to get herself assigned the worst detail of all, Open Skies Surveillance Mission. What she thinks will be a boring, by the books, USA/Ukraine military flight over the United States turns into something with much greater consequences when the surveillance plane is taken hostage and the fate of her colleagues, the plane and the United States is put at risk.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Gallo is tasked with deciding whether or not to ground Madani, forcing her to prove herself. Ian finally finds out about Madani’s pill addiction. Jimmy tries to escape his captor but ends up where he started. Jess goes off the rails.
Season 1, Episode 1 – In an uneven debut, we meet Warrant Officer Nora Madani and her co-pilot, Captain Leland Gallo, in the wake of their cover-up of a mission gone wrong. Too wrapped up in lackluster character drama, one can only hope we get some plot clarity in future episodes.
“It’s really not a story we see depicted a lot… but it’s an experience that I think is impotant for people to understand and talk about and showcase,” creator Kyle Jarrow tells Tracking Board of new CW drama.
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This past television season, The CW premiered new series No Tomorrow, Frequency, Riverdale, and CBS series Supergirl joined the schedule for its second season. The network took a pretty similar approach with their choices this year with Life Sentence, Valor, Dynasty, and Black Lightning.
With last year’s pilots Frequency and No Tomorrow both unlikely to see renewals, The CW is looking for a big hit that isn’t attached to the DC universe and can add to the critical clout they’ve gained with Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Jane the Virgin. See what’s next for the CW in our preview of their 2017 drama pilots.
Steven Soderbergh’s The Girlfriend Experience adds to its lineup, CW’s Valor rounds out its lead roles, and Jane Lynch is headed to NBC.
Stranger Things breakout star Shannon Purser is set to join Moana star Auli’i Cravalho in the NBC pilot Drama High, meanwhile It’s Always Sunny‘s Glenn Howerton is teaming up with comedian Patton Oswalt for Seth Meyers and Mike O’Brien’s untitled comedy.
George Lopez has politics on the mind heading into season two of his TV Land series Lopez, as Rain Valdez joins the show for an arc centering on transgender issues and when her character arrives in the series and butts heads with Lopez.
Suicide Squad actor Alex Meraz joins WGN America’s Scalped, the anticipated drama series based on DC’s graphic novel, and Jeremy Luke reunites with his Magic City co-star Milo Ventimiglia on This is Us