Murphy Brown, Magnum P.I. and 9-1-1 top this week’s TV must-sees


1. Grey’s Anatomy
Season Premiere
The Grey Sloan Memorial surgeons are back as Season 15 kicks off with an anticipated two-hour premiere. The last we saw at the end of Season 14, Teddy is pregnant, while Jo and Alex are gearing up to move across the country for Jo’s career. Also, this season, Meredith finally finds love again.
When: Thursday on CTV, ABC

2. Magnum P.I.
Series Premiere
Jay Hernandez stars as the legendary private investigator first made famous by Tom Selleck in the original 1980s series. The reboot of the Hawaii-based detective show was remade by Canadian creator Peter Lenkov with the series premiere directed by Fast & Furious’ Justin Lin.
When: Monday on CTV, CBS

3. How to Get Away With Murder
Season Premiere
Things are great for Annalise Keating heading into Season 5. She can teach at Middleton again, she won big at her Supreme Court showdown and is celebrating the wedding of Connor and Oliver. But that ends quickly once Frank shows up at the back of the reception hall. “Why do you look like someone just died?” she asks. And, just like that, her peace of mind ends.
When: Thursday on ABC

4. Murphy Brown
Season Premiere
Candice Bergen’s iconic Emmy-winning sitcom has been rebooted. The ‘90s staple about a single woman in TV journalism coming out of rehab returns to the small screen just shy of the 30th anniversary of its original premiere. It’s a different political climate than it was back then, and Murphy is ready to tackle the “world of cable news, social media, fake news.”
When: Thursday on Citytv, CBS

5. 9-1-1
Season Premiere
The second season of Ryan Murphy’s first-responder drama series will return with a two-night premiere event. Jennifer Love Hewitt is replacing Connie Britton as the series star in Season 2 and she’ll play a 911 operator, who is also the sister of firefighter Evan “Buck” Buckley. Peter Krause and Angela Bassett are both set to return.
When: Sunday on Global, Fox

6. The Cool Kids
Series Premiere
Some amazing comedy minds from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia have teamed up to offer a hilarious new show about the power dynamics in a retirement community. Vicki Lawrence, Martin Mull, David Alan Grier and Leslie Jordan star in the series about three top dogs who lose their cool when someone enters the elderly clique and attempts to take over.
When: Wednesday on Citytv

7. Hold the Dark
The death of a young boy by a pack of wolves sets off a mysterious chain of events. Jeffrey Wright, Riley Keough, Alexander Skarsgard and James Badge Dale star in the dark and violent film that’s also a Netflix adaptation of William Giraldi’s novel.
When: Friday on Netflix

8. FBI
Series Premiere
Dick Wolf can add another procedural drama to his legacy, which includes the Law & Order franchise and the Chicago trilogy. His latest series is set inside the FBI bureau’s New York office and stars Missy Peregrym, Jeremy Sisto and Sela Ward.
When: Tuesday on Global, CBS

9. A Million Little Things
Series Premiere
A group of eight friends in Boston receives a devastating wake-up call when one of the members of their gang dies unexpectedly. Ron Livingston, Romany Laco, James Roday, Grace Park, Stephanie Szostak and Christina Moses star.
When: Wednesday on Citytv, ABC

10. New Amsterdam
Series Premiere
Another new medical drama has been added to the schedule. The series takes place at an elite medical centre in New York’s Bellevue, which houses the oldest public hospital in the country. 90210 and The Blacklist’s Ryan Eggold heads the cast, which also features Janet Montgomery and Tyler Labine.
When: Tuesday on Global, NBC

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