Colors Infinity action-packed line-up for this summer

MUMBAI: This summer, Colors Infinity takes on the bad guys with an action-packed line-up of programming. Following the premiere of The Blacklist: Redemption, the channel will add two new shows – Taken and Shades of Blue to its list of Instant Premieres.

Viacom18 head of programming English Entertainment Hashim Dsouza said, “At Colors Inifnity we realize that the consumption pattern of the viewers is varied. There is a definite need of providing the consumer with the hottest new blockbusters, Instantly! And we continue to entertain our audience with just that, premiering the highly anticipated franchises of Taken and The Blacklist: Redemption along with the popular returning series Shades of Blue, to our line-up of ‘Instant Premieres’.”

Reprising her role of a Brooklyn good-cop-gone-bad Jennifer Lopez is back as Harlee Santos in the second season of Shades of Blue. The second season takes off from the cliffhanger season 1 finale where Harlee fiercely overpowers her attacker attempting to rape her.

Taken brings to light the uncovered past covert life of retired CIA operative Bryan Mills portrayed by Liam Neeson in the super-hit franchise, Taken. Playing the role of the younger Agent Bryan Mills at his CIA career, Clive Standentakes action to a new level in the upcoming show.

Voted as one of the most-awaited spin-off series, The Blacklist: Redemption, follows former Blacklister turned good guy, covert operative Tom Keen (Ryan Eggold) joining forces with Susan “Scottie” Hargrave (Famke Janssen) and Matias Solomon (Edi Gathegi) to tackle missions too dangerous for the US government.

I. Taken

As former CIA agent Bryan Mills deals with a personal tragedy that shakes his world, he fights to overcome the incident and exact revenge. The show airs on Tuesday at 8 pm.

II. Shades of Blue – Season 2

The series follows Lopez as a single mother and a cop. Her commanding officer, played by Liotta, does not do things by the book, and the FBI has their eyes on him. At the start of the season, Lopez’s character is taken in by the FBI, and she is forced to spy on her boss.

The end of season one ended with a lot of unanswered questions and a new problem for Lopez’s character to face. The show will air on 6 March at 8 pm.

III. The Blacklist: Redemption

In the premiere of the all new show, The Blacklist: Redemption, catch what happens when Tom Keen, a secret agent, teams up with the leader of a mercenary organization to deal with severe criminal cases that are too risky to be handled by the government. The show airs every Friday at 8 pm.

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