The network announced Wednesday that it’s picked up “Carter,” a light-hearted detective procedural starring Jerry O’Connell as a former actor who played a detective on TV.“Carter” is set to premiere on Bravo in early 2018.Since it’s a Canadian production, it will then join Canada’s CraveTV streaming service.
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