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Agent Carter (ABC, January 6) After successfully reinvigorating its sophomore drama Agents of S. This is Marvel's first project centered on a female protagonist, and a look back at the events that set up for blockbusters like Iron Man and The Avengers should provide a fresh and intriguing take on the Marvel universe. Season four takes a bold step by shifting the narrative away from Brooklyn, as Hannah Horvath (Dunham) begins a program at the Iowa Writers' Workshop.
UPDATE: The Fall's second season was a hit abroad, and Netflix's unquenchable thirst for exclusive programs means it will always have a home in the United States.
The series will return for a third and final season, set to air sometime in 2016. 12 Monkeys (Syfy, January 16) Nearly 20 years after its premiere, Terry Gilliam's cultishly beloved sci-fi movie makes its way to the small screen, with X-Men alum Aaron Stanford stepping in for Bruce Willis in the main role.
Macy's lead performance winning a Screen Actors Guild Award in January.
Body shaming: Professional ballerina Sarah Hay, who plays Claire Robbins in the new Starz series Flesh and Bone (pictured), revealed that some of her dance teachers suggested that she get a breast reduction'I like my body.
A professional dancer and actress starring in new ballet-focused drama Flesh and Bone has revealed that she used to be ridiculed for her size DD chest and was once told by her dance teachers that she should get a breast reduction.
In the Starz series, which debuted in November, Sarah Hay, 28, plays Claire Robbins, a ballerina from Pittsburgh trying to make it as a dancer in New York City and escape her abusive past.
UPDATE: The Nightly Show still has some kinks to work out, but Wilmore has proven himself a worthy successor to Colbert — and with Jon Stewart retiring from The Daily Show, Comedy Central is lucky to have an experienced and reliable anchor for its sister show. Justified (FX, January 20) The books and stories of Elmore Leonard have long been among Hollywood's favorite sources of adaptation — but there's never been anything as impressive as Justified, which successfully improves upon Leonard's original conception of U. marshal Raylan Givens, who appeared in several of his novels.
Timothy Olyphant gets top billing, but he's equaled by Walton Goggins as Boyd Crowder, a grandiose, speechifying criminal who serves as Raylan's greatest threat and occasional ally.