Monday, December 27, 2010

Mustsee Teevee

Adam after a hard day's work on the set. The blood and the tats are fake, but the pride is real.

Tomorrow night (Tuesday, December 28th) is the debut of my boy's first-ever featured role on a TV program. He plays the villain-of-the-week on an episode of I (Almost) Got Away With It titled "Got to Fetch a Hooker."

Investigation Discovery ("ID") channel
10pm Eastern, 7 and 10pm Pacific

ID is one of the Discovery suite of cable channels. (Click here to see if your tv provider carries it and, if so, on what channel.) If you don't have ID as an option, the episode will run later on the main Discovery channel and will be available for download within a couple of days on Amazon and iTunes for two bucks.

I make absolutely no guarantees concerning program quality, since I've never seen an episode of the program -- but you can bet that I'll be riveted to the one tomorrow.


ronnie said...

Looks like it's not on for us in Canader. The zip code search doesn't even allow our whole postal code. And I'm pretty sure I've never seen the ID channel on our listings.

However we will be waiting with bated breath for the US reviews!

Mike said...

I hope it's one of those documentaries where they have eight minutes of content, break for a commercial, and then come back and repeat the last five minutes of content all over again. We'll get to see two or three times as much of him!

Dann said...

I did the DVR thing. It was on 3 times last night!

Hopefully, I'll get a chance to watch it tonight.

Sherwood Harrington said...

Short thoughts after the airing: I think he did a fine job. The criminal himself (out of jail now) was onscreen several times, and I think Adam was the more convincing criminal of the two.

Now I'm afraid to let him back in my house ;-).

Way to go, Adam! Next stop, "Criminal Minds"?

Xtreme English said...

Congratulations to Adam! Alas, the Xtreme household does not have cable OR television, so, like our Canadian friend, we will be waiting with bated breath....etc.

BTW, give that girl a golden pencil for spelling "bated" right. If I had $1,000 for every time I've seen "baited" used to describe breath, I'd be writing to you from the S. of France!!!

Dann said...

I finally had a chance to watch that episode with the missus over the weekend. Adam did a great job!

Of course, my beloved bride is now convinced that Adam is an unsavory sort of character and wonders exactly what sort of person I am for consorting with his family!!

Not really.....but it did take quite a bit of reassurance from me before she finally bought into Adam being an actor. The fake tats helped!

Congrats to Adam on a job well done.