ABC: The Conners (Premiere) at 8pm
ABC: The Kids Are Alright (Premiere) at 8:30pm
ABC: Black-ish (Premiere) at 9pm
ABC: Splitting Up Together (Premiere) at 9:30pm
ABC: The Rookie (Premiere) at 10pm
AT&T AUDIENCE: Loudermilk (Premiere) at 10pm
BET: Hustle In Brooklyn (Premiere) at 10pm
DIY: Building Off The Grid: Montana Mountaintop (Premiere) at 9pm
FUSE: T-Pain’s School of Business (Premiere) at 11pm
FUSE: The 212 (Premiere) at 11:30pm
TRAVEL CHANNEL: Lost Amazon: Project Z (Premiere) at 10pm
LIFETIME: Married At First Sight (Finale) at 9pm

Today Show alum Ann Curry will anchor and exec produce TNT’s M.D. Live (working title), a medical series co-produced by Turner and Lionsgate that will crowdsource solutions for people with mysterious medical conditions. The two-hour weekly, multiplatform event is set to launch in 2019. “Harnessing the full power of both television and technology to connect people interactively with doctors all over the world is a step toward a future when we are not limited by where we live or whether we can find the right doctor,” saidCurry. “This is a new way of doing things, a new genre of broadcasting and a chance to help people.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Netflix continues snatching new series from DreamWorks Animated Television. Set to debut in 2019 and 2020: Archibald’s Next Big Thing, inspired by the children’s book; preschool show Gabby’s Dollhouse; and Rhyme Time Town, also aimed at young children.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Ranger, inspired by James Patterson bestseller Texas Ranger, has been put in development at CBS. Project comes from Jason Hall (American Sniper), TJ Brady and Rasheed Newson (Shooter), 101stStreet Entertainment, James Patterson Entertainment and CBS TV Studios.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Bet the publicists had fun with this one: TLC is “dipping its toe” into a new transformation show, Dr. Foot Fixer, focused on a podiatrist and foot surgeon who treats patients with crippling “and sometimes ooey-gooey” conditions. The series, which follows on the heels of the success of Dr. Pimple Popper, is slated to launch in early 2019.
(Source: Cynopsis)

James Purfoy (Hap and Leonard) is joining Matthew Goode (The Crown) for season two of lifestyle series The Wine Show, returning to Ovation TV on Thursday, November 15 at 10p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Sinking Cities premieres Wednesday, October 31 at 10p on PBS (check local listings). Four-part docu-seriesexplores how four global cities are coming to grips with the real-time effects of rising seas and extreme weather.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Discovery Channel has a new addition to its Motor Monday lineup. Race Night at Bowman Gray, following the 70thrace season at NASCAR’s longest-running weekly track, launches October 29 at 10p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Discovery Family’s Renovation Realities doesn’t gloss over construction nightmares. Instead, the series shows the drama in the process – frayed tempers, budget overages and all – starting Monday, November 5 at 7p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Hypnotist/comedian Chris Jones (you may recall him getting germaphobe Howie Mandel to shake hands with his fellow America’s Got Talent judges) has a new show, Double Take, debuting on Facebook Watch on October 24. Jones conspires with celebrities to hypnotize their superfans, so they don’t recognize their idols even as they interact with them.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Aracely ArambulaBecky GGloria Trevi, Leslie Grace and Roselyn Sanchez are set as hosts for Telemundo’s Latin American Music Awards, airing Thursday, October 25 at 8p. Trophyfest will be preceded by one-hour red carpet pre-show La Alfombra de Latin AMAs at 7p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Feature doc The Panama Papers, charting the story of the data leak that exposed the largest global corruption scandal in history, premieres Monday, November 26 at 9p on Epix.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Team Coco and TBS are bringing back the comedy pop-up launched last July at San Diego Comic-Con. TeamCocoHouse will open its doors as part of the 15th annual New York Comedy Festival from November 7-November 10, showcasing stand-ups, podcasts, musical acts and magicians hand-picked by Conan O’Brien, as well as appearances by O’Brien and friends.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Jack Bannon (Ripper Street) has been cast as in upcoming Epix Batman prequel Pennyworth, along with Ben Aldridge (Skinny Dip)….Enrico Colantoni will reprise his series regular role as Veronica’s father in Hulu’s revival of Veronica Mars, starring Kristen Bell….Actor/model Brandon Thomas Lee (Sierra Burgess Is a Loser, and son of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee) is headed for MTV’s The Hills: New Beginnings, slated for a 2019 premiere.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Marcia Cross (Desperate Housewives), Camryn Manheim (Waco), Austin Nichols (The Walking Dead), Lisa Rinna (Real Housewives of Beverly Hills), Margaret Cho (Bright) and Millicent Simmonds (A Quiet Place) will guest star in season two of Sundance Now dramedy This Close.
(Source: Cynopsis)

On the CW’s first Sunday programming in ten years, Supergirl delivered 1.53 million viewers and a 0.5 A18-49 rating, steady in the demo with its season three average. The Charmed reboot followed, premiering with 1.54 million viewers and 0.5.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Today’s Jackpot is $654 million

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