Here is an interesting news article by NBC News called, Former Israeli Space Security Chief Says Extraterrestrials Exist, And Trump Knows About It, where Haim Eshed allegedly made some pretty bold claims about UFOs & aliens:
What is it?
What is it about?
This is how NBC describes this television show:
From executive producer Michael Green (NBC’s “Heroes”) comes a riveting new drama about a modern day monarchy.
“Kings” is a contemporary re-telling of the timeless tale of David and Goliath.
This series is an epic story of greed and power, war and romance, forbidden loves and secret alliances — and a young hero who rises to power in a modern-day kingdom.
King Silas Benjamin (Ian McShane, “Deadwood”) is the well-entrenched king of Gilboa, whose flag bears a divine butterfly symbol.
Gilboa has its capital in Shiloh, a clean new city that is unspoiled by time or litter.
Silas must deal with the tensions rising between Gilboa and neighboring nation Gath.
When several prisoners of war are taken, a young soldier, David Shepherd (Chris Egan, “Eragon”), defies orders and crosses enemy lines to save them.
Unknown to David, the soldier he saves is Jack Benjamin (Sebastian Stan, “The Covenant”), the son of the king.
From that day forth, David’s life will never be the same.
Susanna Thompson (“Once & Again”) plays Queen Rose Benjamin, a distant, yet supportive wife.
Allison Miller (“Lucy’s Piano”) stars as King Silas’ beautiful, intelligent and outspoken daughter, Michelle.
General Linus Abner (Wes Studi, “Comanche Moon,” “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee”), Reverend Ephram Samuels (Eamonn Walker, “Oz”) and William Cross, Silas’ brother-in-law (Dylan Baker, “Spiderman 2”), try to influence King Silas.
From Universal Media Studios, “Kings” is executive-produced by Green, Erwin Stoff (“I Am Legend”) and Francis Lawrence (“I Am Legend”), who also directed the pilot.