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TNT Premieres Dark Blue Team Of Undercover Team From Jerry Bruckheimer

This summer, TNT and executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer (the CSI series, Without a Trace) will take viewers into the complex world of undercover officers in the exciting new series Dark Blue, starring Golden Globe® winner Dylan McDermott (The Practice).

(Image of Dylan McDermott - TNT Dark - Photo by Danny Feld - All Rights Reserved).

The series - which co-stars Omari Hardwick (TNT's Saved), Logan Marshall-Green (The O.C.) and Nicki Aycox (Supernatural) - follows the exploits of an undercover team of police officers so covert, many of their own colleagues don't even know they are involved.

Dark Blue comes to TNT from Warner Horizon Television, with Bruckheimer, Jonathan Littman (the CSI series, Cold Case), Danny Cannon (the CSI series, Eleventh Hour), Doug Jung (Big Love) and Rick Eid (Law & Order) serving as executive producers. KristieAnne Reed (Eleventh Hour) is co-executive producer.

The series will launch Wednesday, July 15, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT), following the season premiere of TNT's hit series Leverage.

Dark Blue takes place in the underbelly of Los Angeles, where criminals roam free under the veil of night or hide in the shadows of daylight.

(Image of Nicki Aycox - TNT - Dark Blue - Photo Credit: Timothy White - All Rights Reserved).

Wandering in and out of this seedy underworld is just another day at the office for Lt. Carter Shaw (McDermott) and his special undercover task force. They understand, better than anyone, that to bring down a criminal underworld one must first dive into its depths and get on the criminals' level.

Carter's team includes Ty Curtis (Hardwick), a recently married cop who struggles with juggling his real life and the relationships he has developed while undercover; Dean Bendis (Marshall-Green), a shoot-from-the-hip officer whose activities make fellow team members wonder if he has gone over to the other side; and Jaimie Allen (Aycox), a green patrol cop brought in because of her excellent skill in lying, especially when it comes to her own past.

(Image of Omari Hardwick - TNT - Dark Blue- Photo Credit: Timothy White - All Rights Reserved).

As Carter and his team know all too well, being an undercover cop sometimes requires cutting ties - albeit temporarily - with those who mean the most.

Adrift and isolated, an undercover officer is frequently faced with circumstances that strain the line between right and wrong. When such a thing happens, all that matters is loyalty to one's fellow officers and to the goal of bringing down the bad guys.

As a buildup to the premiere of Dark Blue, TNT's sister network, Turner Classic Movies (TCM), will present Going Undercover, a marathon of classic films about covert law-enforcement officers.

On Monday, July 13, two days before the premiere of Dark Blue, TCM will present Bullets or Ballots (1936 - 8 p.m. ET), starring Edward G. Robinson; White Heat (1949 - 9:30 p.m.), with James Cagney; The Undercover Man (1949 - 11:30 p.m.), starring Glenn Ford; and The Mob (1951 - 1 a.m.), featuring Broderick Crawford.

(Image of Logan Marshall - TNT - Dark Blue- Photo Credit: Timothy White - All Rights Reserved).

Jerry Bruckheimer Television is one of the most successful production companies in the history of the medium, with innovative and powerful storytelling establishing new benchmarks in programming excellence.

Jerry Bruckheimer Television's series have included C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation, C.S.I.: Miami, C.S.I.: NY, Cold Case, Without a Trace and the six-time Emmy® Award winner The Amazing Race. In the 2005-2006 season, Jerry Bruckheimer Television had a record-breaking 10 series on network television, a feat unprecedented in nearly 60 years of television history. Jerry Bruckheimer Television shows have garnered 77 Emmy Award nominations and 17 Emmys.

Turner Network Television (TNT), one of cable's top-rated networks, is television's destination for drama and home to such original series as the acclaimed and highly popular detective drama The Closer, starring Kyra Sedgwick; Saving Grace, starring Holly Hunter; Raising the Bar, with Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Gloria Reuben and Jane Kaczmarek; Leverage, starring Timothy Hutton; HawthoRNe, with Jada Pinkett Smith; and Dark Blue, starring Dylan McDermott. TNT also presents such powerful dramas as Bones, Cold Case, Law & Order, Without a Trace, ER and Charmed; broadcast premiere movies; compelling primetime specials, such as the Screen Actors Guild Awards®; and championship sports coverage, including NASCAR and the NBA. TNT is available in high-definition.

(Image of TNT - DarkBlue Team L-R  Logan Marshall Greene, Nicki Aycox, Dylan McDermott, Omari Hardwick - Photo Credit: Timothy White - All Rights Reserved).

Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company, creates and programs branded news, entertainment, animation and young adult media environments on television and other platforms for consumers around the world.

Dark Blue Premieres Wednesday, July 15, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT)

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