Starting this Sunday, July 5, tune in for eight straight hours of crime and corruption brought to a shattering halt by Eliot Ness and his team in "Untouchable Sunday." H&I's latest blockbuster block will air every Sunday beginning at 12PM | 11C.
Chicago in the 1930s was a time for Prohibition and organized crime. All the way at the top of all the illegal bootlegging movement was the notorious crime boss himself, Al Capone.
Faced with the perils of widespread corruption, federal agent Eliot Ness (Robert Stack) assembles a small team of incorruptible agents with unwavering loyalty nicknamed "The Untouchables." Together they work to bring Al Capone's crime syndicate down once and for all.
The pioneering action series originally aired 1959–63, earning Robert Stack an Emmy Award for Best Actor in a Dramatic Series in 1960.
Tune in for Untouchable Sunday at 12PM | 11C.
Four Full Hours starting at 12 PM