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Slideshow: Larenz Tate Stars in New NBC Show ‘Game of Silence’

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Larenz Tate stars in the new NBC-TV show, ‘Game of Silence.’

CHICAGO – The new NBC series “Game of Silence” premiered on a special Tuesday night rollout (April 12th, 2016), and one of the co-stars in the ensemble, Larenz Tate, was recently in Chicago at STUDIO XFINITY to promote the show. Tate is a Chicago born actor – his brothers Larron and Lahmard are also actors – and he also had a featured role in the cult TV series “Rescue Me.” The regular time slot for “Game of Silence” will be Thursdays at 10pmET/9pmCT.

DVD Review: ‘Rescue Me’ Concludes With Sixth, Final Season

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CHICAGO – I’ll miss Tommy Gavin. FX officially said goodbye this month to the final survivor of their breakthrough slate of dramas as “Rescue Me” joined “The Shield” and “Nip/Tuck” in the great cable show graveyard in the sky. The network has ably moved forward with phase two of their legacy but there was something comforting and reliable about Tommy and the boys on “Rescue Me” still being around. The sixth and final season DVD release serves as a fitting fourth quarter for this talented team.

TV Review: ‘Rescue Me’ Struggles to Keep Creative Fires Burning

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CHICAGO – When the first four episodes of the new season of “Rescue Me” allows the actors to merely live in the shoes of these characters they know so well after five seasons on the air then the show finds some of the magic that it produced more consistently in its superior early seasons. Sadly, the writers know they can’t just shoot a drama about guys hanging out in a firehouse and the scripted drama often doesn’t click.

TV Review: Denis Leary Continues to Shine on Consistent ‘Rescue Me’

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HollywoodChicago.com Television Rating: 3.5/5.0
Television Rating: 3.5/5.0

CHICAGODenis Leary, Peter Tolan, and Evan Reilly were forced to take a lot of time between “Rescue Me” seasons due to the writer’s strike but they’re back with an amazing 22-episode season planned for FX starting tonight, April 7th, 2009 at 9pm CST. Seamlessly picking up where we left off, “Rescue Me” continues to entertain and maintain its tricky balance between goofy comedy and deadly serious subjects.

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