The Monte Carlo TV Festival has always been a meeting point for stars, actors, directors and producers and an event to discover new series, but it doesn't…
Actors present at the Festival that you will find again in September in your favorite series
TV series actors attended in great numbers the 2019 Monte-Carlo Television Festival, and you'll find some of them as early as September in your favorite shows.
Series are back in September, and this year, the month seems to be quite loaded!
Christina Chang & Nicholas Gonzalez
As of Monday, September 23rd, you will be able to reconnect with Christina Chang and Nicholas Gonzalez, whom we welcomed to the Festival this summer, in season 3 of The Good Doctor. It will be broadcasted on ABC and very soon on TF1.
On Tuesday, September 24, the crime series, NCIS, returns for a 17th season on CBS and will soon appear on M6. Maria Bello, the psychologist known as Jacqueline Sloane, had also honored us with her presence in June!
Freema Agyeman & Ryan Eggold
Also, on September 24, fans of New Amsterdam will be delighted as Freema Agyeman and Ryan Eggold will be back for a second season, to be broadcasted on NBC and TF1 shortly after.
Greg Germann & Kelly McCreary
On Thursday, September 26, the must-see series Grey's Anatomy is also making its comeback for a 16th season, to be broadcasted on ABC and soon available of TF1. Greg Germann, alias Dr. Tom Koracick, and Kelly McCreary, who plays Meredith Grey's half-sister, were also with us during the Festival!
And last but not least, on Friday, September 27, Jay Hernandez, Stephen Hill and Perdita Weeks from the TV series Magnum P.I, who attended the Festival, will come back for a second season on CBS!
With this kind of news, some might even want summer to go by quickly!
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Originally created by Prince Rainier III of Monaco, and now under the Honorary Presidency of Prince Albert II of Monaco, The Monte-Carlo Television Festival has, for more than half a century, presented the very best of television from around the world.