Here's a look at what's arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week.
It’s officially network TV’s Premiere Week, and two of the fall’s more interesting new dramas — NBC’s "Ordinary Joe" and Fox’s "The Big Leap" — get their start.
To celebrate its milestone, a two-hour primetime special on Sept. 30 will include a look back at the biggest winners, never before seen outtakes and a salute to Bob Barker.
The 73rd Emmys arrive Sunday.
The 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards will air Sunday night. Here's some of the outcomes and trends to watch for.
A contemporary anthology series from B.J. Novak finds startling new angles on hot-button topics. NBC’s beloved "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" signs off with an hourlong finale.
Robin Roberts profiles National Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman in a prime-time special. "MasterChef" crowns a new champion, while Netflix’s "Nailed It!" lets amateur bakers do their worst.
The Top 10 acts perform in the "America’s Got Talent" finals. The Western spoof "Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail" finally reaches its destination with a final showdown.
This week’s new releases include music from Lindsey Buckingham and Scott McCreery, as well as the return of Clint Eastwood, who has gone back to his Western roots with “Cry Macho.”
Arriving nearly 14 years after "The Sopranos" finale, the film is set in the late 1960s, as Newark, New Jersey, is roiled by racial violence and rival gangs go to war for dominance.
A documentary explores the tight but fragile bond between Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X. "Kin" is an eight-part Irish drama about a crime family going to war against a drug cartel.
FX’s "American Crime Story" franchise begins a new limited series based on the Bill Clinton–Monica Lewinsky sex scandal. OWN’s "Queen Sugar" returns for a sixth season.
The series earned 23 Emmy nominations, including three for writing — more than any other series received this season.
The hilarious vampires of FX’s "What We Do in the Shadows" are back, now with an after-show. Country-music stars take over Nashville for a CMA Summer Jam.
The late Ed Asner reprises his role as the lovably irascible Carl in the animated spinoff "Dug Days," starring Dug, the irrepressible and easily distracted Golden Retriever.
Daniel Craig's 15-year journey as James Bond is the focus of a new Apple TV special.
Steve Martin and Martin Short team up with Selena Gomez in "Only Murders in the Building." Zen mistress Marie Kondo brings her organizational magic to struggling businesses in a new series.
Here’s a look at what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week.
Acorn’s "My Life Is Murder" relocates from Melbourne to star Lucy Lawless’ native New Zealand. "American Ninja Warrior" heads to Las Vegas for National Finals.
"Pen15," the comedy about adolescence (starring grown-ups), goes on vacation for an animated episode. Another holiday goes awry when travelers encounter a manic John Cena in "Vacation Friends."
PennyGem’s Elizabeth Keatinge tells us about some items that actually cost less now than they did a decade ago.
TV’s wildest legal drama, "The Good Fight," ends its fifth season with chaos in the community courts. Comedy Central’s "The Other Two" moves to HBO Max for a second season.