THE SITUATION WITH NORTH KOREA RAPIDLY ESCALATES,
-- BRINGING THE COUNTRY TO THE BRINK OF WAR --
ON THE DRAMATIC CONCLUSION OF A SPECIAL TWO-PART
STORY ARC OF ABC�S �COMMANDER IN CHIEF�
�No Nukes Is Good Nukes� � As the situation with North Korea escalates rapidly, Mac�s leadership is put to the test as the country faces the threat of a possible nuclear war. Templeton remains at the White House throughout the crisis, and it becomes apparent that his leadership style and direction for the country are squarely at odds with Mac�s, underscoring how having him in power might lead to a very different outcome to this tense conflict, on the dramatic conclusion of a special two-part story arc of �Commander In Chief,� TUESDAY, JANUARY 17 (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
�Commander In Chief� stars Geena Davis as Mackenzie Allen, Donald Sutherland as Nathan Templeton, Harry Lennix as Jim Gardner, Kyle Secor as Rod Calloway, Ever Carradine as Kelly Ludlow, Caitlin Wachs as Rebecca Calloway, Matt Lanter as Horace Calloway, Jasmine Anthony as Amy Calloway and Mark-Paul Gosselaar as Richard �Dickie� McDonald.
Guest cast TBD.
The Story for �No Nukes Is Good Nukes� was written by Steven Bochco, with Teleplay by Joel Fields & Tom Szentgyorgyi. The episode was directed by Bobby Roth.
�Commander In Chief� is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC�s selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound and Spanish subtitles via secondary closed captioning.
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