Name Name = TNT’s formula for achievement

Name   Name = TNT’s formula for achievement

When TNT added King & Maxwell to the selection this month, the detective show became a member of two-name titles Rizzoli & Isles and Franklin & Party within our hometown network’s stable of original programming. Here are a few other dual monikers TNT may want to get for future dramas.

Turner & ’Hooch

An Atlanta media tycoon teams track of a gentle-spoken environmentalist in order to save Georgia’s rivers prior to the ATL runs dry. Think Captain Planet-with 99 % less spandex.

HERO & Crash

During the day the dynamic duo handle fender-benders and connect flats, but by night they chase people from the 285 Circle, a quick-dealing organization having a stranglehold around the city.

Falcon & Ice

This unlikely pair increases up in the shadows from the Georgia Dome to consider a little-market football team towards the rafters and beyond. But trouble comes back home to roost when Vick, a troubled figure from Falcon’s past, returns for revenge.

Lucas & Bo

Two Georgia boys make their means by the suburbs while confounding a corrupt sheriff with the aid of family along with a fast vehicle. On second thought, that one may be a little bit greater than the (copyright) law allows . . .


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    There isn&1quo;t any Macedonian ethnicity, as it was written before Macedonia is geographical place in Greece. These people in this Slavic country (which Tito used to mention as “the garbage of Yugoslavia”) are a mix of Greek refugees from Greek civil war, Bulgaria1 (and since 1990 Albania1). This Slavic country is the only former Yugoslavian country with no history. Serbia has a great history through the times, Montenegro the same, Croatia also etc. Only this area hadn&1quo;t it&1quo;s own history, so they in the meeting of Jajce back in 1943 they decided to steal history from Greece..

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