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June 28, 2015

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("Safe House," 2012) as former diplomat Chloe Tousignant, who takes refuge and teams up with Wolk as things start to get hairy (no pun intended) with the ani- mals. "Revolution's" Billy Burke plays Mitch, a veterinarian who generally prefers to spend his time with animals than with other people. Kristen Connolly ("House of Cards") plays Jamie, a young journalist who has noted and been tracking the unusual animal behavior and is out to get the whole story behind it. translate well to the small screen: "People always say that the book is always better than the movie," he said at CBS's summer press event. "In this case, I think the series is going to be better than the book." "Mad Men's" James Wolk leads the cast as American zoologist Jackson Oz, who offers safaris in the African wild. He begins to notice unusual behavior in the animals he works with on a regular basis, and before long, he's wrapped up in the desperate race to figure out what's caus- ing them to suddenly turn against humans en masse. Starring alongside Wolk is French actress Nora Arnezeder more cunning and violent, it becomes clear that this is far from normal animal activity. "Zoo" premieres Tuesday, June 30, on CBS. Patterson has sold more than 300 million copies of his books, and 10 of his novels have been adapted for the screen, including "Kiss the Girls," "Along Came a Spider," "Women's Murder Club" and "Alex Cross." "Zoo" — which has sold more than four million copies worldwide and is available in six languages — was originally intended for the big screen actually, but execs thought there was enough mate- rial to warrant a longer story. The author himself is more than confident that his work will By Jacqueline Spendlove TV Media A ren't we lucky that our pets love us? I grew up with a Rottweiler, who could have done major damage to the soft, juicy little 10-year-old who dressed him in her brother's jacket, used him as a pillow and pretended to eat his treats. My family fed him, housed him, petted him and spoiled him, but when you get down to it, the only reason I got through any given day without getting mauled was because he chose not to. Animal attacks do happen, of course, domestically and other- wise, but considering how many potentially lethal beasts are roaming the planet, they're not exactly hurting the human popu- lation. Humans may be the dom- inant species, but we're by no means the strongest. If the lions, tigers and bears of the world were to suddenly get it into their heads to push back against the people that are steadily encroaching on their turf, we'd find ourselves in a mess of trouble (oh my!). It's a situation that is the focus of "Zoo," a new drama coming to CBS. Based on James Patterson's No. 1 bestselling novel of the same name, the series follows a wave of vicious animal attacks on humans throughout the globe. As these attacks become Wishbone Restaurant 2 x 6.5" TV June 28 - July 4, 2015 TIFTAREA Billy Burke, Kristen Connolly and Nonso Anozie in "Zoo" SUNDAY DAYTIME JUNE 28, 2015 10 AM 10:30 11 AM 11:30 12 PM 12:30 1 PM 1:30 2 PM 2:30 3 PM 3:30 4 PM 4:30 5 PM 5:30 6 PM 6:30 BROADCAST CHANNELS

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