NICKELODEON: Crashletes (Premiere) at 7pm
PBS: Art In The Twenty-First Century (Premiere) at 9pm
SYFY: Z Nation (Premiere) at 8pm
VELOCITY: ToyMakers (Premiere) at 8pm
CW: Penn & Teller: Fool Us (Finale) at 9:30pm
SYFY: Dark Matter (Finale) at 10pm

(SATURDAY 9/17/16)
NICKELODEON: Henry Danger (Premiere) at 8pm
NICKELODEON: Game Shakers (Premiere) at 8:30pm
NICKELODEON: School of Rock (Premiere) at 9pm
FOOD NETWORK: Smollett Eats (Finale) at 12:30pm

(SUNDAY 9/18/16)
E!: E! Live From The Red Carpet at 6pm
ABC: On The Red Carpet at The Emmys at 6:30pm
ABC: Countdown To The Emmy Awards Red Carpet at 7pm
ABC: The 68th Primetime Emmy Awards at 8pm
ABC: The Case of JonBenet Ramsey (Premiere) at 8:30pm
HBO: Vice Principals (Finale) at 10:30pm
SHOWTIME: Ray Donovan (Finale) at 9pm
WORLD: Doc World (Finale) at 10pm

chairman Ted Harbert will leave the company on October 14, and he leaves a ripple effect of executive changes in his wake. NBCU CEO Steve Burke, with whom Harbert has close ties, announced the departure in a company memo. The former chief of E!, Harbert in recent years has had oversight for ad sales, stations and domestic TV distribution. Noting “the businesses Ted oversees are firing on all cylinders and he is ready to look for his next challenge,” Burke in his memo said four executives will take over the various aspects of Harbet’s role at NBCU: Mark Lazarus will become chairman of NBC Broadcasting and Sports; George Cheeks and Paul Telegdy of NBC Entertainment will assume responsibility for NBC’s first-run syndication business; and Jeff Bader will be responsible for the Broadcast Research group. Additionally, Kevin MacLellan will become chairman of global distribution and international, adding oversight of Domestic Television and New Media Distribution. Maggie McLean Suniewick will segue to newly created role of president of NBCUniversal Digital Enterprises, with Ron Lamprecht, Lori Conkling and Evan Shapiro joining her team. Harbert told colleagues in a memo that he wants to stay on to oversee the launch of NBCU’s new syndicated talk show featuring Harry Connick Jr.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Smithsonian Channel has partnered with the National Museum of African American History and Culture to produce 130 videos for the inaugural exhibits of the museum, which opens September 24 amid a host of celebrations. The videos, comprising 450 minutes of footage with an estimated 8,000 images, will be displayed on monitors ranging in size from 22 inches to a massive 186-foot overhead screen and feature everything from Revolutionary War coverage to recent viral moments on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Also included are videos narrated by musical icons, interviews with hip-hop pioneers and insights from influential sports and pop culture figures.
(Source: Cynopsis)

In related news, WGN America’s original series Underground will be the inaugural public program presented at The Smithsonian’s new National Museum of African American History and Culture following its grand opening and the first public program held in the Oprah Winfrey Theater. The screening will take place on Monday, September 26, at 7p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah is tossing its hat into the ring of late-night talkers that will go live after weekday political debates. The show will air live September 26 and October 19 for the debate between presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, and on October 4 after the VP debate between Tim Kaine and Mike Pence.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The votes are in and Grace VanderWaal has won the 11th season of NBC’s America’s Got Talent. Told that Grace hopes to donate her winnings to charity…and get Treehouse Masters to build her a treehouse, Pete Nelson, star of the Animal Planet show, told her via video, “Seriously? Because we could do that. We could build your house tomorrow  bridges, ziplines, the whole thing….Call me.” The season finale jumped 29 percent compared to a year ago with a 2.7 rating in A18-49 vs 2.1, according to Nielsen. Auditions for season 12 of America’s Got Talent will kick off in Chicago on November 12 and will make 10 stops throughout the country.
(Source: Cynopsis)

E! will bring back its signature Live From The Red Carpet with a 360-degree look at this year’s Emmy Awards beginning this Sunday, September 18 at 4:30p with hosts Giuliana Rancic and Jason Kennedy. Emmys coverage continues Monday, September 19, with a special edition of E! News at 7p, Fashion Police: The 2016 Emmy Awards at 8p :00pm ET/PT and the premiere of E! Live from the Red Carpet: Viewing Party: The 2016 Primetime Emmy Awards at 9p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Stephen Colbert, meet the Boss. Bruce Springsteen will make his first appearance on CBS’ The Late Show With Stephen Colbert next Friday, September 23 to talk about his forthcoming autobiography “Born to Run” and companion album.
(Source: Cynopsis)

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Discovery en Espanol will premiere docudrama Pancho Villa: Se Busca Vivo O Muerto on Sunday, September 25 at 9p. Special recaps the story of a US military expedition that was sent to Mexico, without the authorization of the Mexican government, in search of the leader of the Mexican Revolution in March 1916.
(Source: Cynopsis)

PBS announced a slate of programs that honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. Highlights of this year’s lineup include the previously announced October 21 premiere of Hamilton’s America, from Great Performances and featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda – who also hosts the PBS Arts Fall Festival. Also upcoming: The 29th annual Hispanic Heritage Awards on Friday, September 30 at 10p and, on October 3, PBS presents Willie Velasquez: Your Vote Is Your Voice, a documentary about the pioneering activist whose rallying cry started a grassroots movement that transformed the nation’s political landscape and paved the way for the growing power of the Latino vote.
(Source: Cynopsis)

It’s all in the Scripps lifestyle family when Food Network, HGTV and Travel Channel stars team up for the one-hour competition All-Star Halloween Spectacular, on Saturday, October 8 at 8p. The special, hosted by Egypt Sherrod of HGTV’s Flipping Virgins and presented by IKEA, will feature network talent joining forces to create life-sized haunted houses and extravagant desserts at the LINQ Hotel on the Las Vegas strip. It will be simulcast across the three networks. The competition will see Tia Mowry of Food Network Star Kids and HGTV Property Brother Drew Scott going head-to-head against Duff Goldman of Food Network’s Worst Bakers in America and HGTV Property Brother Jonathan Scott. Travel Channel’s Adam Richman, host of Secret Eats with Adam Richman, joins the fun to aid both teams.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Dr. Michelle Oakley returns with a new season of Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet, premiering Saturday, October 1 at 9p on Nat Geo Wild. This season she’ll make more house calls across thousands of square miles in Canada’s Yukon Territory, tackling everything from moving bears with tractors and capturing wild bison.
(Source: Cynopsis)

New TLC series Little Miss Atlanta, debuting Wednesday, October 5 at 10p, takes viewers into the fiercely competitive world of the Little Miss Black US Pageant. The series follows three young African-American pageant contestants and their stage moms as they prepare to compete in the intense world of pageantry.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The new season of Animal Planet’s Monsters Inside Me returns Thursday, October 6 at 10p with new cases that are truly the stuff of nightmares. Biologist Dr. Dan Riskin is back as host and provides scientific perspective on the terrors plaguing unsuspecting victims including a man who has been experiencing a stabbing pain in his groin and discovers it’s a botfly that has been living in his scrotum, and a woman whose breast implant has developed mold.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Eight-part series Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency, adapted from the popular novels by Douglas Adams (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), premieres Saturday, October 22 at 9p BBC America. It all begins on the absolute worst day of protagonist Todd’s life, who becomes entangled in a peculiar chain of events that render a person of great interest in a murder scene.
(Source: Cynopsis)

American Ninja Warrior is heading to college. Esquire Network will air a five-part series, Team Ninja Warrior: College Madness, beginning Tuesday, November 22 at 8p. Featuring 16 teams culled from some of the most deep-seeded collegiate rivalries, the show will run the dual course which includes even more challenging obstacles this season and a whole new strategy of racing. Both sets of teams will comprise two men and one woman, and include: UCLA vs USC, Florida vs. Georgia, Michigan vs The Ohio State University and UCONN vs MIT.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Shirley MacLaine will have a role in Hallmark Channel’s Hallmark Hall of Fame movie Christmas Angel in Training, which premieres Saturday, November 26 at 8p. It’s the first of the HHoF franchise to be produced by Hallmark Channel’s Crown Media Productions, and it also will star Kristin Davis (Sex and the City) and Eric McCormack (Will & Grace).
(Source: Cynopsis)

Gina Torres (Suits) scored a recurring role on the second season of the ABC drama series The Catch. The show, from Shonda Rhimes’ Shondaland and ABC Studios, centers on a private investigator for high-end clients.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Actress and author Mary-Louise Parker will be featured on an upcoming episode about Nairobi, Kenya on The Best Place To Be, a new series produced by Queen Latifah and Shakim Compere for Travel Channel.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The series premiere of Bounce TV’s Ed Gordon at 10p Tuesday, with a premiere play for the west coast at 11p, combined to reach 838,000 unduplicated viewers 2+ as well as increasing the time period average in Households and P2+.  Among the network’s targeted African-American audience, the telecasts increased HHs by 28 percent and P2+ 21 percent.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Blair Witch – James Allen McCune, Callie Hernandez, Corbin Reid, Brandon Scott, Wes Robinson, Valorie Curry
Bridget Jones’s Baby – Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth, Patrick Dempsey, Emma Thompson, Shirley Henderson, Jim Broadbent, Celia Imrie, James Callis
Snowden – Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Shailene Woodley, Rhys Ifans, Nicolas Cage, Melissa Leo, Zachary Quinto, Tom Wilkinson, Joely Richardon
Hillsong: Let Hope Rise – A Documentary about a vibrant international ministry
Mr. Church (Limited Release) – Eddie Murphy, Britt Robertson, Xavier Samuel, Natascha McElhone, Lucy Fry, Christian Madsen, McKenna Grace, Natalie Couglin
The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years – A Documentary from Ron Howard
Wild Oats (Limited Release) – Shirley MacLaine, Jessica Lange, Billy Connolly, Rebecca Da Costa, Demi Moore, Judd Hirsch, Matt Walsh, Jay Hayden

Friday September 16, 2016
90th Annual San Gennaro Festival – Mulberry St., Little Italy
The Joy of Sake – Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 18th St. bet. 6th & 7th Ave. 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Madison Square Eats Outdoor Food Market – Worth Square, 5th Ave. bet. 25th – 26th St. 11am – 9pm
New York Coffee Festival – 69th Regiment Armory, Lexington Ave. and 26th St.
Fulton Mall/Metro Tech Weekday Fair (Brooklyn) – on Lawrence St. from Fulton to Willoughby St. 10am – 6pm

Saturday September 17, 2016
Farm Fresh Festival For Kids – South St. Seaport, Fulton and Front St. 10am – 4pm
90th Annual San Gennaro Festival – Mulberry St., Little Italy
Taste of the East Village – East 7th St. bet. Cooper Square & 2nd Ave. 12pm – 5pm
NYC Pizza Run – Tompkins Square Park, 9th St. bet. Ave. A & B
Third Ave. Merchandise Fair – on 3rd Ave. from 14th – 23rd St. 10am – 6pm
Madison Square Eats Outdoor Food Market – Worth Square, 5th Ave. bet. 25th – 26th St. 11am – 9pm
New York Coffee Festival – 69th Regiment Armory, Lexington Ave. and 26th St.
Dayton Samaritan Kitchen Fare – on 9th Ave. from 42nd – 55th St.
German-American Steuben Parade of New York – 5th Ave. bet. 68th St. – 86th St. 12pm
Oktoberfest in Central Park – Ramsey Playfield/Summer Stage; 72nd & Central Park West 1:30pm – 7:30pm
New York City Oktoberfest Beer Tour – Various Venues
Westside Community Garden Arts and Crafts Festival – 89th St. bet. Columbus and Amsterdam Ave.
Green Thumb Harvest Fair – Diamante Garden, 118th bet. 1st & 2nd Ave. 12pm – 4pm
Danza Heights Dance Festival – Highbridge Prk and Amsterdam Ave. and 175th St. 3:30pm – 5pm
Race For The Kids (Part of Nickelodeon’s Worldwide Day of Play) (Brooklyn) – Prospect Park
Celebrating Red Hook – 12pm – 6pm Erie Basin Park, 1 Beard St. (behind Ikea)
Brooklyn Oyster Riot (Brooklyn) – Brooklyn Bridge Park 12pm – 5pm
Jerome Ave. Festival (Bronx) – on Jerome Ave. from Moshulu to Gun Hill Road
Bronx Summeriest On The Boulevard (Bronx) – Louis Nine Blvd. from Southern Blvd. to Jennings St.
Viva La Comida Festival (Queens) – 82nd St. & Roosevelt Ave. 12pm – 6pm
Skillman Ave. Street Festival (Queens) – Skillman Ave. from 45th St. tp 51st St. 4pm to 8pm
Poseidon’s Parade (Queens) – Beach 106th St. & Shorefront Parkway, Rockaway 12pm – 3pm
Vinobrani Wine Festival (Queens) – Bohemian Hall 29-19 24th Ave. Long Island City 2pm – 9:30pm
36th Annual Antique Motorcycle Show (Queens) – Queens County Farm Museum 73-50 Little Neck Parkway 11am – 4pm
Staten Island Black Heritage Family Day (Staten Island) – Richmond Road & Vanderbilt Ave. 10am

Sunday September 18, 2016
90th Annual San Gennaro Festival – Mulberry St., Little Italy
Madison Square Eats Outdoor Food Market – Worth Square, 5th Ave. bet. 25th – 26th St. 11am – 9pm
New York Coffee Festival – 69th Regiment Armory, Lexington Ave. and 26th St.
Mexican Day Parade – on Madison Ave. bet. 27th – 38th St. 12pm – 4pm
40th Annual Columbus Ave. Festival
92nd St. Y Lexington Ave. Festival – on Lexington Ave. from 79th – 96th St.
Amsterdam Ave. Fair – on Amsterdam Ave. from 96th – 106th St.
African American Day Parade – 111th St. & Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. to 136th to Malcolm X Blvd.
Medieval Festival and Fort Tryon Park – Fort Tryon Park, Margaret Corbin Circle, 190th St. & Fort Washington Ave. 11:30am – 6pm
New York City Oktoberfest Beer Tour – Various Venues
Myrtle Ave. Fair (Brooklyn) – on Myrtle Ave. from Forest to Wyckoff Ave.
Harvest Festival At Lefferts House (Brooklyn) – Prospect Park 452 Flatush Ave. 1pm
Taste Williamsburg Greenpoint – East River State Park 1pm – 5pm
36th Annual Antique Motorcycle Show (Queens) – Queens County Farm Museum 73-50 Little Neck Parkway 11am – 4pm

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