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GetTV Announces April Scheduling News

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Beginning Monday, April 1, getTV will begin airing two back-to-back episodes of the hour-long action-drama The Unit, created by David Mamet (Glengarry Glen Ross, The Verdict).

Jeff Meier, SVP Programming & General Manager of getTV, said, “The Unit is one of the best and most exciting action series of the 2000s, and will be the perfect complement toWalker, Texas Ranger in making getTV the daytime broadcast TV destination for action fans.”

The Unit, which originally aired from March 2005 to May 2009, explores the U.S. Army Special Operations unit commonly known as Delta Force, an elite group within the U.S. Army where recruits that are selected undergo rigorous training in counterterrorism, reconnaissance, and direct-action missions. Based on the book Inside Delta Force: The Story of America’s Elite Counterterrorist Unit by Eric L Haney, the show takes place on fictional army post “Fort Griffith” and depicts the lives and missions of its members, along with their families back home.

getTV’s April schedule is available at get.tv.

About getTV

Anchored by Sony Pictures Entertainment’s vast TV and film library, getTV is a national TV network dedicated to your favorite movies and TV series. getTV features action, crime, vintage comedy and western TV series along with classic motion pictures from all eras. For information, visit get.tv and connect with the network on Facebook and Twitter@getTV.

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Sammi Turano

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