From 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' to 'Revolution' - 10 things we learned from Upfronts 2013 and 1 thing we didn't
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It's a good time to be Derbel McDillet
So it's Dermot Mulroney in CBS' "Hostages," about the surgeon to the President and a family abduction and all that? And it's Dylan McDermott in NBC's "Crisis," about the abduction of a group of high profile school children with connections to the Beltway elite? What? Seriously? It's the other way around? Honestly, Dermot Mulroney and Dylan McDermott are just messing with us at this point, as the two nomenclaturally interchangeable thespians took on roughly interchangeable network dramas this spring and... Both made it onto schedules. "Hostages," which we know really stars McDermott, airs on Mondays at 10 p.m. on CBS this fall, while Mulroney's "Crisis" is set for NBC at midseason. Maybe if "The Blacklist" fails, NBC can just drop "Crisis" on Mondays at 10 p.m. at midseason, picking up where "Hostages," a limited run drama, left off.
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