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|TV Title||Networks||Job Title||Company||Status||Season|
|CROSSBONES||NBC||Executive Producer Non-writing||Completed||2013-2014|
|COPPER: BEHIND THE BADGE||BBC America||Cast||Completed||2011-2012|
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Writer-producer Tom Fontana returned to the smallscreen Aug. 19 with BBC America's "Copper," a co-creation with Will Rokos ("Monster's Ball") about policemen in New York City's Five Points…
Grim, dark and violent, this BBC America offering isn't terrible, but suffers from a flat-footed quality.
BBC America will premiere original drama "Copper," from creators Tom Fontana and Will Rokos, on Aug. 19.
PARIS -- Tom Fontana's Renaissance-set drama series "Borgia" has been greenlit for a second season of 12 hourlongs, budgeted at €30 million ($39.7 million) -- $6.6 million more than the first season.