ABC: The Good Doctor (Premiere) at 10pm
A&E: Live Rescue (Premiere) at 9pm
CBS: The Neighborhood (Premiere) at 8pm
CBS: Bob Hearts Abishola (Premiere) at 8:30pm
CBS: All Rise (Premiere) at 9pm
CBS: Bull (Premiere) at 10pm
FOOD NETWORK: Halloween Baking Championship (Premiere) at 9pm
FOX: 9-1-1 (Premiere) at 8pm
FOX: Prodigal Son (Premiere) at 9pm
ID: Someone You Thought You Knew (Premiere) at 9pm
NBC: The Voice (Premiere) at 8pm
NBC: Buff City Law (Premiere) at 10pm
NETFLIX: Team Kaylie (Premiere)

The 71st Emmy Awards aired live and host-less from the Microsoft Theater in LA on Sunday. It was just the fourth time in the show’s history that the show didn’t have an emcee (Homer Simpson gave it a shot, until a piano fell on him… Anthony Anderson and Bryan Cranston were on hand for the save), but there was no shortage of star power, from Michael Douglas to RuPaul, to the cast members of Veep and Game of Thrones (which tied the record for most wins for best drama), to Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda and Kardashians, among others. Actor/comedian Thomas Lennon took the place of a traditional off-camera voiceover narrator, offering a … lighter … take on talk as winners made their way to the stage. Highlights from thank you speeches included:
“I hope that in some small way our show has helped remind people of the value of truth and the danger of the lie.” – Craig Mazin, Chernobyl
“I count myself so fortunate to be a member of a community that is all about tolerance and diversity, because nowhere else could I be standing on a stage like this. ” – Game of ThronesPeter Dinklage, winning a record fourth trophy in the Outstanding Supporting Actor category
“Speaking of voting and love, go register to vote.” – RuPaul, RuPaul’s Drag Race
“Nooo…oh my God nooo!” – Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Fleabag
“If we let this slide, they’ll start using Alexa to present the nominees.” – Stephen Colbert, on the Emmys’ host-less format
“The category is love, y’all, love!” – Billy Porter (Pose), the first openly gay black man to win the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor
“The next time a woman, and especially a woman of color – because she stands to make 52 cents on the dollar compared to her white, male counterpart – tells you what she needs to do her job: Listen to her. Believe her. Because one day she might stand in front of you and thank you for allowing her to succeed because of her workplace environment and not in spite of it.” Michelle Williams, Fosse/Verdon
“Game of Thrones set the standard for storytelling and it will be missed.” – Seth Meyers

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Ryan Seacrest will return as host of ABC’s American Idol, a job he’s held since the singing competition debuted on Fox in 2002. He rejoins returning judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie.
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Good news/bad news for GLOW fans: Netflix renewed the comedy for a fourth season, but it will be the show’s last. Series creators Carly Mensch and Liz Flahive will be back as showrunners.
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Bianna Golodryga, who exited as co-host of CBS This Morning in April,has landed a full-time post at CNN, as Senior Global Affairs Analyst. “Given the renewed focus on news abroad, I’m thrilled to be full time at the place I’ve always felt at home,” wrote Golodryga on Twitter. Golodryga joined CNN and CBS News in 2017.
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Viacom acquired exclusive cable rights to all 180 episodes of Seinfeld, from Sony Pictures Television. Beginning in October 2021, the full library of episodes from the iconic comedy will air on Viacom’s entertainment brands, including Comedy Central, Paramount Network and TV Land, with catch-up episodes available through Viacom brands via authenticated video on demand, websites and apps. “We’re extremely proud to bring this little-known series to our viewers. With the right programming and promotion, we believe we’ll finally get Seinfeld the recognition it truly deserves, as merely the greatest sitcom of all-time,” said Kent Alterman, President of Comedy Central, Paramount Network, TV Land and Vandelay Industries. Streaming rights for Jerry, Elaine, Kramer and Co. move to Netflix in 2021.
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E!’s Botched is back for season six on Tuesday, November 5 at 10p. Ahead of the premiere, the net is offering a special highlighting the most outrageous patients of the plastic surgery series, on Tuesday, October 29 at 10p.
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HGTV has added two more special guest stars for its Extreme Makeover: Home Edition reboot: HGTV’s David Bromstad (My Lottery Dream Home) and Food Network’s Tyler Florence (The Great Food Truck Race). Bromstad and Florence will work alongside volunteers and other experts to help execute home transformations for families starting in early 2020.
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TLC’s third annual Give a Little Awards will take place October 2 at NYC’s Union Park Events. Hosted by Lisa Joyner (Long Lost Family), the ceremony will honor Taye Diggs (All American), actress, activist and author Skai Jackson, Whitney Thore (My Big Fat Fabulous Life), and three national contest winners who were nominated for making a significant social impact in their communities: Danica Roem (first elected transgender delegate of the Virginia House of Representatives), Barbara Buckley and Angela, Christina and Mia Varney (Annie’s Kindness Blankets), and Devin Moore (founder of #RaceToSpeakUp).
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Telemundo documentary Mr. Trump, disculpe las molestias (Mr. Trump, pardon the interruption), directed by Spanish journalist Jordi Évole, airs Sunday, September 29 at 7p.  Évole interviews community members, celebrities and prominent figures while gauging the Latino community’s perceptions about the Trump administration.
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Four-hour live ghost investigation Haunted Salem: Live premieres Friday, October 4 at 8p on Travel Channel. The immersive, multiplatform event will investigate ghostly activity at three historic locations tied to the infamous Salem Witch Trials of the late 17th century.
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Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Potomac had its highest rated episode of season 4 among total viewers, delivering 823,000 P18-49 (up +20% versus the prior week’s episode), 1 million P25-54 (up +22%), and 1.7 million total viewers (up +19%) in Live+3 Nielsens. Married to Medicine delivered 723,000 P18-49 (up +30% from the prior season’s premiere), 861,000 P25-54 (up +27%) and 1.5 million total viewers (up +30%).
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Downton Abbey – $31 million
Ad Astra – $19.2 million
Rambo: Last Blood – $19 million
It: Chapter Two – $17.2 million
Hustlers – $17 million
(Source: Box Office Mojo)

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