Check out the program highlights A&E from November 28th to December 4th. The A&E Movies track premieres Game of Death 2 (3), starring Bruce Lee. are scheduled too Criminal mind (28), The Golden Boy (2) and Protection Force (4).
A&E airs unreleased episodes of DNA Detectives🇧🇷 cyber addicts and Serial Killer: The Beginning of Everything🇧🇷
28/11, Monday, 22:50
Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot star in the sci-fi action film Criminal Minds
This Monday, the A&E Movies banner will show Criminal Mind, a feature film of action and science fiction, with a great cast: in addition to Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool) and Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), it includes Kevin Costner (Stars Beyond Time), Gary Oldman (Mank, The Laundromat) and Tommy Lee Jones (Lincoln).
Bill Pope (Ryan Reynolds) is a CIA agent on a mission in London, tracking a shadowy hacker nicknamed “The Dutchman”. When he is mysteriously ambushed and killed, an experimental procedure is used to transfer his memories into the dangerous convict Jericho Stewart (Kevin Costner). When he wakes up with memories of the CIA agent, his mission is to find The Dutchman and make a deal with him before the hacker starts World War III. But complications soon arise and the mission becomes personal.
Criminal Mind (Criminal, 2016, US/UK)
Genre: Action, Science Fiction, Thriller
Directed by: Ariel Vromen
Cast: Kevin Costner, Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot, Gary Oldman, Tommy Lee Jones, Michael Pitt
Rating: 18 years old
11/30, Wednesday, 7:30 pm
This week, in DNA Detectives, three cases of sexual violence are solved, decades later
In its second season, the Bloodline Detectives series highlights how the use of family DNA and genealogy, in addition to the most advanced forensic technologies, help law enforcement officers in solving real cases of homicides and sexual crimes.
The production uses DNA collected at the crime scene and DNA submitted by people to genealogy websites to check for any matches. From there, genealogists identify possible suspects and the police can complete investigations and make the necessary arrests.
In each episode of DNA Detectives, Nancy Grace presents a case, along with expert interviews, dramatic reconstructions and archival footage.
A&E airs two new episodes on Wednesdays.
In today’s first, Ralph Bortree, a 19-year-old girl is kidnapped and sexually assaulted by a man in an Ohio town. After several decades of fruitless searches, the detectives in charge of investigating the case decide to use state-of-the-art technology to find the culprit. Will they succeed?
In the next episode, Gregory Vien, in 1997, two women are sexually assaulted in separate attacks. The different forensic evidence suggests that the crimes may be connected, however it will take more than two decades for technology to allow us to find the perpetrator of the crime. Could there have been other victims? CI: 14
12/1, Thursday, 7:25 pm
Young man spends all his time creating content about motherhood, in the unprecedented episode of Ciberviciados
The innovative series Ciberviciados (Digital Addiction), exclusive to A&E, and from the same producers as Intervenção, shows the terrifying world of digital addiction and the dramatic impact on the families of those who struggle with addiction. From gaming to obsession with social networks, passing through addiction to virtual relationships and the compulsion to search for information, addictions are as varied and unexpected as the stories of addicts.
Each episode follows two extreme cases of addicts completely crippled by digital addiction and shows the dangerous and shocking behaviors that forced family and friends to intervene. With their lives on the brink of destruction, these families have reached their breaking point. Cyber addicts follow their path to recovery, while experts develop a personalized digital detox for each addict.
This Thursday’s new episode is Nina and Skyler. 20-year-old Skyler spends all of her time creating and consuming social media content about being a young mother. Her family is concerned about the effect on her and her two young children. Nina, 57, discovered networks during the pandemic. And her addiction created a rift with her husband. CI: 14
1/12, Thursday, 20:20
In Serial Killer: The Beginning, the story of Richard Ramirez, who terrorized California in the 1980s
Serial Killer: First Blood, an A&E exclusive, examines some of America’s most notorious serial killers through their earliest known crimes, to reveal what brought them to the moment when fantasy and violent curiosities have become a devastating reality.
With a unique perspective on these psychologically complex killers, the 10-episode series explores the pivotal events that led them to commit these horrific crimes. From Richard Ramirez (The Night Stalker) and Ed Kemper (The Co-Ed Killer) to Robert Hansen (The Butcher Baker) and Aileen Wuornos (Lady Death), among others, Serial Killer: The Beginning of Everything plunges into the exact moment in that these criminals made their first move and analyzes their motivations.
Through exclusive and unpublished interviews, testimonials from police officers and experts in psychological profiling and criminology, conversations with survivors and new archival materials, the production of true crime reveals how the actions of these cold-blooded killers unfolded, leaving hundreds of victims behind. innocent victims and their grieving families.
In the all-new Richard Ramirez: The Night Stalker, Richard Ramirez, one of the most notorious serial killers, terrorized Southern California in the mid-1980s because anyone could be the target of his sadistic impulse. Growing up yearning for a father figure, he found guidance from his sadistic cousin, a Vietnam veteran, and later Satanism, both of which eventually paved the way for his first brutal murder. CI: 14
2/12, Friday, 21:20
The film O Garoto de Ouro brings a lot of action and MMA to the range A&E Movies
In the plot of The Golden Boy, featured on this Friday’s A&E Movies track, Dillon (Wes Chatham, Cross Stories, Hunger Games: Mockingjay) is a former youth wrestling champion, who spent six years in prison, and wants to help his best friend, Jake (Devon Sawa, Final Destination, Nikita), pay off a huge gambling debt.
To do so, he will have to compete in a minor MMA league and face mobsters, corrupt police, a dubious prosecutor and his probation officer.
The Golden Boy (Philly Kid, 2012, USA)
Genre: Action, Drama, Sport
Directed by: Jason Connery
Cast: Wes Chatham, Devon Sawa, Sarah Butler
PREMIERE – 3/12, Saturday, 21:20
A&E Movies shows the unprecedented Game of Death 2, action movie starring Bruce Lee
The A&E Movies track debuts this Saturday Game of Death 2, a feature film that features archival footage of Bruce Lee – the icon of martial arts and pop culture died in 1973. The film is a sequel to Game of Death, from 1978.
During the investigation into the death of his best friend, Billy Lo (Bruce Lee) is murdered. Now, his younger brother, Bobby Lo (Tae-jeong Kim, Never Go Back, Never Surrender), will follow in his footsteps to find out who is behind the two deaths. His quest will take him to Japan, where he befriends Lewis (Roy Horan, Never Back Down, Never Surrender 2), Master of the Castle of Death.
Game of Death 2 (Game of Death 2, 1981, Hong Kong/South Korea)
Genre: Action, Police, Mystery
Directed by: See-Yuen Ng, Sammo Kam-Bo Hung and Corey Yuen
Cast: Bruce Lee, Tae-jeong Kim, Jeong-lee Hwang, Roy Horan
4/12, Sunday, 21:20
This Sunday, A&E Movies airs Protection Force, with Jean-Claude Van Damme and Vivica A. Fox
In the plot of Protection Force, Philippe (Jean-Claude Van Damme, Deadly Alliance, Avenger of Yugoslavia) is a combat veteran who has spent the last three years fighting in Iraq. For his experience, he is hired by a former world heavyweight champion, Wayne Barclay (Razaaq Adoti, NCIS: Los Angeles) to be his family’s bodyguard.
However, things get complicated when the boxer suspects that his sister, Tamara (Vivica A. Fox, Kill Bill: Vol. 1), is starting to get involved with Philippe.
Protection Force (The Hard Corps, 2006, USA)
Genre: Action, Thriller
Directed by: Sheldon Lettich
Cast: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Razaaq Adoti, Vivica A. Fox