Elizabeth Mitchell and Goran Visnjic Join Donald Sutherland in U.S. Television Premiere of “Crossing Lines” Season Three on Ovation TV
As previously announced, the second season started on Ovation TV on January 11.
[via press release from Ovation TV]
ELIZABETH MITCHELL AND GORAN VISNJIC JOIN DONALD SUTHERLAND IN U.S. TELEVISION PREMIERE OF “CROSSING LINES” SEASON THREE ON OVATION TV
Coming Off of Seasons One and Two, Season Three Episodes Will Air Back-to-Back Every Monday Night Starting February 8 As Part of the Network’s “Secrets and Crimes” Programming Block
Los Angeles, CA – January 21, 2021 – Actors Elizabeth Mitchell (Lost) and Goran Visnjic (ER) are joining Donald Sutherland for the U.S. television premiere of Crossing Lines season three, coming to Ovation TV, America’s only arts network next month. The arts network recently aired the first season in December 2020; as previously announced, the second season started on Ovation TV on January 11. Mitchell and Visnjic join returning cast members Tom Wlaschiha (Game of Thrones) and Lara Rossi (The Watch) for the third season. The season 3 premiere of Crossing Lines will air on Monday, February 8 at 10pm ET / 7pm PT.
Episodes will air back-to-back on Monday nights as part of the network’s Secrets and Crimes programming block, which airs Monday evenings starting with a film at 7pm ET / 4pm PT. Back-to-back episodes of Crossing Lines will air immediately following a Secrets and Crimes themed film as the lead-in. Lead-in movie titles include: Angels and Demons, Minority Report, Absolute Power, Die Another Day, The Saint, and Collateral.
Based in The Hague, the series follows the International Criminal Court’s special crime unit. The show’s third season is set six months after the season two finale, in which Major Louis Daniel (Marc Lavoine) was shot. Michel Dorn (Sutherland) has to bring the team back together, with new additions Marco Corazza (Visnjic) and Carine Strand (Mitchell), after one of his prosecutors goes missing.
Episode descriptions are below:
Episode 1 “Redux” airs Monday, February 8 at 10pm ET
Six months later, one of Dorn’s (Donald Sutherland) top prosecutors vanishes and he must reactivate the ICC team to find her. Kidnapping expert Marco (Goran Visnjic) and Carine (Elizabeth Mitchell), a skilled investigator, are new team members joining Sebastian (Tom Wlaschiha) and Arabela (Lara Rossi).
· 7pm ET lead-in movie: Angels & Demons
Episode 2 “Whistleblower” airs Monday, February 8 at 11pm ET
New evidence leads the team to re-evaluate their prime suspect and pay close attention to Sophie (Michelle Fairley)’s undercover informant.
Episode 3 “Dragon” airs Monday, February 15 at 10:30pm ET
When tragedy befalls a private European school, the cross-borders unit uncovers evidence of a much more complicated truth.
· 7pm ET lead-in movie: Minority Report
Episode 4 “In Loco Parentis” airs Monday, February 15 at 11:30pm ET
All is not as it appears when the unit travels to Italy to investigate the assassination of a well-connected anti-Mafia court official.
Episode 5 “Recoil” airs Monday, February 22 at 10pm ET
When a known murderer restarts his killing spree, a twist of events leads the team to investigate a group espousing social justice.
· 7pm ET lead-in movie: Absolute Power
Episode 6 “Executioner” airs Monday, February 22 at 11pm ET
A known criminal is attacked but dies from a contagious disease rather than his wounds leading the team to track down everyone in contact with him.
Episode 7 “Lost and Found” airs Monday, March 1 at 10pm ET
When the ICC take on the case of a young girl believed to be a victim of human trafficking, clues lead to a dark and disturbing revelation.
· 7pm ET lead-in movie: Die Another Day
Episode 8 “Heat” airs Monday, March 1 at 11pm ET
Carine (Elizabeth Mitchell) clashes with Dorn (Donald Sutherland)’s former colleague when he’s brought in on a new case: a cargo of highly radioactive material stolen from a nuclear plant.
Episode 9 “Expose” airs Monday, March 8 at 9:30pm ET
A journalist known for lifestyle puff pieces is on the verge of breaking an important investigative story to Dorn (Donald Sutherland)’s unit, but ends up a murder victim.
· 7pm ET lead-in movie: The Saint
Episode 10 “Enemy of the People” airs Monday, March 8 at 10:30pm ET
An investigation into the deaths of officials working on a hydroelectric project raises suspicion about a conspiracy and exposes a contractor.
Episode 11 “Penalty” airs Monday, March 15 at 10pm ET
A Polish football club is attacked when a pipe bomb explodes in their locker room, killing two and injuring six, but investigators are unsure if it’s a case of terrorism or a hate crime.
· 7pm ET lead-in movie: Collateral
Episode 12 “Obscura” airs Monday, March 15 at 11pm ET
A retired Russian assassin seeks vengeance against leaders of a fanatic right-wing political party and the ICC team must protect her next victim.
Episodes will also be available on demand and on the Ovation NOW app the following day.
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