There’s a new spy detective agent in town and he is coming on Warner TV premiering on Monday, November 9 at 8:10 PM. Agent X is the newest TV series to expect on Warner TV along with Gotham S2 on Tuesdays at 9 PM followed by Blindspot at 9:50 PM, iZombie S2 on Wednesdays at 9 PM, Arrow S4 on Thursdays at 9 PM, and The Big Bang Theory S9 on Fridays at 9 PM.
We’ve been following these series and every episodes of these titles get bigger and exciting. And now there’s a new one to catch up to.
It’s nice to see Sharon Stone once again, and yes, she is starring on Agent X as the newly-elected Vice President of the Untied States of America. Vice President Natalie Maccabee (Stone) is the newly-designated boss of John Case aka Agent X ( Jeff Hephner) with the help of Malcolm Millar (Gerald McRaney), the chief steward of the Vice President‘s residence.
Premiering on Warner TV on the same day as the US, the 10-episode series is set to bring viewers on provocative adventures and life threatening missions which are too dangerous for even the most talented CIA agent. Get ready to delve behind the curtain of the US government and into the underbelly of its biggest conspiracy.
After her inauguration, newly elected Vice President Maccabee is initiated into a covert world of danger by her chief steward, Malcolm and Chief Justice Caleb Thorne (James Earl Jones). Contrary to what the public believes, the job of Vice President is far from ceremonial. In fact, enshrined in a secret version of the Constitution is a section endowing Natalie with her own secret agent, Case, to be deployed in times of crisis. Natalie quickly finds herself in play when the daughter of FBI Director Stanton (Jamey Sheridan) is kidnapped, and authorities are helpless in rescuing her. And that’s where the first case of Agent X under Vice President Maccabee kicks off.
Agent X will premiere as a two-hour special on Monday. The series is executive produced by some of Hollywood’s big names including Armyan Bernstein (Air Force One, Spy Game, Castle), William Blake Herron (The Bourne Identity), Jesse Alexander (Hannibal), Suzann Ellis (Galaxy Quest), and Peter O’Fallon (The Riches, UnReal, Eureka).
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