“DramaHD” unveils FOX Crime HD schedule for Eid Al Fitr, coming July23 June 2017
‘Drama HD’ of Abu Dhabi TV network revealed its schedule of programs to be broadcast in cooperation with FOX Crime HD in Eid Al Fitr this coming July. The schedule includes a collection of crime, detective and police series and movies from around the world
The schedule contains a set of the most popular and favorite series in the world including Season I and Season II of (The BlackList). Season I will start on the 26th of June at 7:00 p.m. The BlackList tells the adventures of an FBI agent (Elizabeth Keen) as a notorious criminal (Raymond Reddington) suddenly turns himself in and insists to talk only to her.
The schedule also includes (Cracked) Season II which will be displayed from 26 June to 5 July at 8 p.m. The series revolves around Aidan Black; a detective who joins Psych Crimes Unit after his embarrassing breakdown while working with the SWAT team. The channel will also broadcast Season I and Season II of King which can be watched from Thursday 6 July to Monday 17 July and from Wednesday 18 July to THursday 3 August at 8 p.m.
Along with the series, the channel will showcase several top movies at 7:00 p.m. including (The Raven) starring John Cusak on Saturday 29 July. The movie is an exciting thriller that revolves around Edgar Poe; a poet who tries in cooperation with a young detective from Baltimore to stop a mad serial killer who commits horrific murders inspired from his works. In the Blood will also have a slot in the list on Saturday 22 July. Starring Gina Carano and Luis Guzman, the movie tells the story of a woman who chases criminals who are responsible for the disappearance of her husband during their vacation.
In addition, the channel will display The Brothers Bloom starring Rachel Weisz and Adrien Brody on Friday 30 June, Jamie Marks is Dead on Saturday 1 July, Cold in July on Friday 7 July, Java Hit on Saturday 8 July, The Front on Friday 14 July, Sinners & Saints on Saturday 15 July, The Heavy on Friday 21 July, and Death Proof by Quentin Tarantino on Friday 28 July.
FOX Crime HD airs its content exclusively on ‘Drama HD’; a channel launched in 2010 as one of the top drama TV channels and one of the highest-rated and most watched channel in the region. The channel shows a huge collection of top movies on the weekends in addition to popular TV series broadcasted from Sundays to Thursdays.