AmericanLife goes on a ‘Mission’

Network gets rights to '60s TV series

The AmericanLife network has acquired the 1960s TV series “Mission: Impossible” from CBS Paramount Television Distribution.

Series will debut in October as part of the net’s primetime classic television lineup.

“Impossible” aired for seven years on CBS beginning in 1966.

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