Each weekday, buckle your seatbelts. H&I is delivering cops, jets, judges and crime with our shiny new summer schedule. From 12–8PM | 11AM–7PM C, dive into eight straight episodes of great television.
Mondays, Don Johnson stars as Nash Bridges.
Tuesdays, Kyle Chandler headlines Early Edition.
Wednesdays, JAG cruises into the courtroom.
Thursdays, Dennis Franz cracks cases on NYPD Blue.
Fridays, dive into eight episodes of the groundbreaking police procedural Hill Street Blues.
Yep, you get eight straight episodes of these awesome dramas in a row.
We're welcoming some new heroes to the crew on Sundays, too. Tia Carrere swings into action as Relic Hunter (1999–2002) for two hours starting at 3PM | 2C. That's followed by two hours of BeastMaster (1999-2002) at 5PM | 4C, the television adaptation of the cult 1982 fantasy film The Beastmaster.
Elsewhere, Robert Conrad suits up as an ace World War II pilot in the gripping Black Sheep Squadron, the 1976–77 military action series based on the real heroics of Marine Corps aviator Greg "Pappy" Boyington. Watch two episodes each Saturday at 7PM | 6C.
You can never get enough of the big green guy, so we're also serving up more of The Incredible Hulk — with four episodes each Sunday.
Of course, our All Star Trek block is still boldly going where no network has gone before, airing the five original live-action Trek series in order each weeknight and Sundays starting at 8PM | 7C.