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Shows To Watch Out For in 2017
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 21 - 01 - 2017

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By Mariam Nihal
Mideast Minute
Mideast Minute is the first satirical news show on Comedy Central. The show satirizes America's foreign propaganda. Pardis Parker plays host Jamsheed al-Jamsheedi. Speaking to Saudi Gazette, Parker said the show specifically pokes fun at the absurdity of America's foreign propaganda. "Where it sometimes feels like they're trying to convince us that a circle's a square. We poke fun at America's foreign propaganda, trying to convince Middle Easterners that everything's OK in the Middle East," Parker said.
Talking about his role in the show, he said: "It's a show I did several years ago as a web series. Comedy Central liked the concept, and our hope is it finds a larger audience. It's a fairly specific joke we're telling each week, and a bit different than what you'd find elsewhere. Not sure there's anything similar out there."
Parker previously appeared on CBS, ABC, CBC, Showcase, the Family Channel, Comedy Central, and many others.
Episodes hit Comedy Central's Snapchat Discover channel on Thursday, cc.com on Friday, and Comedy Central's YouTube channel on Saturday.
Prison Break
Yes, it's back. The show's creator Paul Scheuring and leading stars Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell have signed on to return for fox's revival.
The Young Pope
Jude Law plays ‘The Young Pope' Lenny Belardo or Pius XIII, the first American Pope in history.
The first episode premiered on January 15. Paolo Sorrentino, the Oscar and Golden Globe winner for "The Great Beauty" is directing the show.
Archie comic fans, this one is for you. It does come with a twist of "Twin Peaks" but you get to hang out with Archie and the crew. If this was your favorite childhood memory then be prepared for it to take a life of its own on screen next week on January 26. The show comes from Greg Berlanti, who produced superhit shows like "Arrow", "Supergirl" and "The Flash".
The New Celebrity Apprentice
This one replaced Trump with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Patrick Knapp Schwarzenegger and Tyra Banks join the action star and former California governor on the show.
Marvel's The Inhumans
ABC's upcoming "Inhumans" series is about a race of superhumans from the American comic book series published by Marvel Comics. Marvel is slated to begin production on its "Inhumans" TV series in March with filming to take place in Chicago and Los Angeles according to Production Weekly.
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
Starring Neil Patrick Harris in the lead role, the show is based on the best-selling novels by Daniel Handler. Harris and Handler are executive producers alongside Barry Sonnenfeld, who produced "Men in Black" and "The Addams Family."
Z: The Beginning of Everything
This one is about writer F. Scott Fitzgerald's wife Zelda. The series is based on the romantic relationship mainly focusing on Zelda, played by Christina Ricci. David Hoflin plays the celebrated writer in this tremendous series. Show premieres on January 27.
Feud: Bette and Joan
For those of you who loved "American Horror Story" and "American Crime Story" producer Ryan Murphy, has something great in store for you. FX's anthology series "Feud" studies some of the most epic conflicts in history. Starring Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon in its first season, watch them in a new light as Joan Crawford and Bette Davis. Show starts on March 5.

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