Saturday nights in March just got a lot more exciting with back-to-back Steven Seagal’s television hit “True Justice”.
If you haven’t tuned in yet, make sure you don’t miss any more. From 8 pm ET until 3 am ET, getTV brings you a double feature of “True Justice” starring Steven Seagal (Under Siege). To make it even more exciting, the two episodes are followed by action more at 10 pm ET.
On the 16th of March, “True Justice” is followed by Ike: Countdown to D-Day. This 2004 flick shows a depiction of the tense 90 days heading up to the D-Day invasion and how against all odds, President Dwight Eisenhower orchestrated the most important military maneuver in history. It stars Tom Selleck (“Magnum PI”), James Remar (“Black Lightning”), and Timothy Bottoms (The Last Picture Show). Then stay tuned, or prepare your DVR, for The River Murders. The 2011 feature film stars Ray Liotta (GoodFellas) as a homicide detective who investigates a series of murders becoming the FBI prime suspect after it is discovered he has close ties to the victims. It also has Christian Slater (Heathers) and Ving Rhames (Pulp Fiction).
On the 23rd of March, tune back in for another two-part installment of “True Justice” before watching First Target starring Darryl Hannah (Kill Bill), Doug Sevant (Desperate Housewives) and Brandy Ledford (“Andromeda”). This film shows how people who help to get the president elected react when their favors are declined by the said president. They then plan to assassinate the president. That movie is followed by Jessie Stone: Stone Cold which originally aired in 2005 and features Tom Selleck as Jessie Stone. It also stars Viola Davis (“How to Get Away with Murder”), Jane Adams (All the Light in the Sky) and Reg Rogers (Runaway Bride). In this movie, Jessie Stone seeks out a psychopath who is behind savage crimes in a quiet New England town.
Finally, on the 30th, tune in to watch Kevin Kline’s (In & Out) Silverado. It first debuted in 1985 and also starred Scott Glenn (Silence of the Lambs), Kevin Costner (The Bodyguard), Danny Glover (Lethal Weapon series), and Jeff Goldblum (Jurrasic Park). Silverado shows how a group of misfit cowboys descend upon the troubled town of Silverado to seek their fortunes. Then stay tuned for Mercenary for Justice about a mercenary who is blackmailed to get a wealthy arms dealer’s son out of prison. It stars Steven Seagal and Jacq Lord (Vigilante Diaries).
Check your local listings for watch channel to tune to so you can watch the lineup on getTV. These action flicks are sure to put a punch into your Saturday nights.