•• Virginia and Nick Holmes posed for photos at the Netflix premiere of “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” at Regency Bruin Theatre on November 18th. You can go and check out photos in the gallery now!
•• The Mission (1×05): Realizing his attempts at diplomacy with Algeria have failed, President Kirkman makes the difficult decision of sending Navy SEALs on a mission that will define his presidency. Meanwhile, as the investigation into the Capitol bombing continues, Agent Hannah Wells discovers more secrets than answers.
•• The Enemy (1×04): Kirkman learns who is behind the attack and needs to grapple not only with the prospect of war, but brewing domestic troubles as well. Kirkman taps Emily to monitor the domestic situation, while Alex may be in for more than she bargains for when she seeks out help from Hookstraten.
•• The Confession (1×03): President Kirkman and his staff work to keep a high-level security breach of the White House a secret just as he’s about to give his first television interview. Meanwhile, the FBI continues to investigate the Capitol bombing, and Agent Hannah Wells starts to develop her own theories about who was really behind the attack, on ABC’s “Designated Survivor,” Wednesday October 5. (10:00–11:00 p.m. EDT).
•• Netflix has taken international streaming rights (excluding North America) to Kiefer Sutherland’s ABC drama Designated Survivor, following a deal with Entertainment One (eOne).
The conspiracy thriller, which premiered in the US and Canada on Wednesday at 22.00 (ET), hails from eOne’s The Mark Gordon Company and ABC Studios. US SVoD service Netflix is making episodes available weekly outside of North America as they air on ABC.
The deal follows initial speculation about a pact during the LA Screenings in May. Designated Survivor sees Sutherland, who will attend Mipcom in Cannes next month, play a low-level politician who becomes US president after an attack in Washington DC.
The drama was created by David Guggenheim, who executive produces with Simon Kinberg, Kiefer Sutherland, Mark Gordon, Nick Pepper, Suzan Bymel and Aditya Sood, alongside showrunner Jon Feldman.