APPLE TV+:  Tiny World (Premiere)
CBS: Undercover Boss (Premiere) at 9p
CINEMAX: Warrior (Premiere) at 10p
CRUNCHYROLL: Jujutsu Kaisen (Premiere)
HULU: Monsterland (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Emily in Paris (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Song Exploder (Premiere)
FX: A Wilderness of Error (Finale) at 10pm
PBS: Art in the Twenty-First Century (Finale) at 10pm

(SATURDAY 10/3/20)
ANIMAL PLANET: Mega Zoo (Premiere) at 10pm
CLEO TV: New Soul Kitchen (Premiere) at 12 noon
NBC: Saturday Night Live – Host: Chris Rock, Musical Guest: Megan Thee Stallion (Premiere) at 11:30pm
PBS: Austin City Limits (Premiere) at 8pm
REELZ: Ted Bundy: The Survivors (Premiere) at 8pm

(SUNDAY 10/4/20)
ADULT SWIM: Genndy Tartakovsky’s Primal (Premiere) at 11:30pm
AMC: The Walking Dead: World Beyond (Premiere) at 10pm
AXS TV: Top Ten Revealed (Premiere) at 8pm
AXS TV: Rock & Roll Road Trip With Sammy Hagar (Premiere) at 9pm
AXS TV: A Year in Music (Premiere) at 9:30pm
BYU TV: The Chosen (Premiere) at 7:30pm
CNN: First Ladies (Premiere) at 10pm
CW: Pandora (Premiere) at 8pm
EPIX: Britannia (Premiere) at 9pm
PBS: Flesh and Blood on Masterpiece (Premiere) at 9pm
PBS: Cobra (Premiere) at 10pm
SHOWTIME: The Good Lord Bird (Premiere) at 9pm
SHOWTIME: The Comedy Store (Premiere) at 10pm
TRAVEL: World’s Most Unexplained (Premiere) at 10pm
UNIVISION: Tu Cara Me Suena (Premiere) at 8pm
AMC: The Walking Dead (Finale) at 9pm

Showtime picked a sixth season of Billions, and upped Corey Stoll (House of Cards to series regular. Season five returns with five new episodes in 2021.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Also coming back is Netflix’s F Is for Family, for a sixth and final season. The animated dysfunctional family comedy loosely based on the life of co-creator Bill Burr is executive produced by Vince Vaughn.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Vice Media CEO Nancy Dubuc sent an email to staff assuring them that Vice founder Gavin McInnes has no affiliation with the company, and “any association he had with the company ended more than a decade ago in 2008.” While McInnes went on to found neo-fascist group Proud Boys in 2016, Dubuc added, “let me say – to leave no shred of doubt – we all condemn white supremacy, racism and hate in every form.” 
(Source: Cynopsis)

The fact that determining the results of the presidential election could take days or weeks, thanks to mail-in voting and legal challenges, has an upside for advertisers. Reuters reports Fox News and NBC are anticipating high demand for the week following the election, with Fox News offering major advertisers the option to extend their campaigns if results are not in after the first week.
(Source: Cynopsis)

After Tuesday’s presidential debate, during which the President made claims about the integrity of the election results and refused to agree to accept the outcome, Facebook announced it will prohibit ads “with content that seeks to delegitimize the outcome of an election. That would include calling a method of voting fraudulent, or using isolated incidents of voter fraud to delegitimize results.” Facebook also removed ads from Trump’s campaign claiming that allowing refugees from abroad will increase the US risk of COVID-19, and said it will ban ads that “praise, support or represent militarized movements and QAnon.” 
(Source: Cynopsis)

Moderator Chris Wallace called the presidential debate “awful” during an interview on Fox News’ Bill Hemmer Reports. “I felt like I had gotten together all of the ingredients. I had the baked this beautiful delicious cake. And then, frankly, the President put his foot in it, and that was frustrating. And it was frustrating for me because I tried hard to prepare for a serious debate, much more frustrating and more importantly for the American people because they didn’t get the debate they wanted, and that they deserved.” 
(Source: Cynopsis)

While the Commission on Presidential Debates said it planned to adjust its format after Tuesday’s much-criticized face-off to allow for “a more orderly discussion of the issues,” the president was having none of it. “Why would I allow the Debate Commission to change the rules for the Second and Third debates when I easily won last time?” Trump tweeted. Next in the hot seat: C-SPAN’s Steve Scully, for round two on October 15.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson has joined upcoming pop culture show PEOPLE (the TV show) as special contributor. Carlson will focus on everyday American heroes. Kay Adams and Lawrence K. Jackson will co-host the daily syndicated half-hour from Meredith.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Bounce nabbed the rights to air all five seasons of OWN’s Greenleaf starting Sunday, October 4, and Everybody Hates Chris, which ran from 2005-06 on UPN and CW from 2006-09, on Monday, October 5. Crossover alert: Greenleaf star Gregory Alan Williams is joining the season five cast of Bounce’s Saints & Sinners.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Lifetime’s PSA for its annual Stop Breast Cancer for Life public affairs initiative features actresses across the network’s It’s a Wonderful Lifetime holiday movie slate: Kelly Rowland, Vanessa Lachey, Melissa Joan Hart, Ali Stroker and Carly Hughes. The PSA began airing October 1, to kick off National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and will run throughout the month on Lifetime and LMN.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Waleed Zuaiter, the producer of Oscar winner Omar, has launched a production company focused on diversity in TV and film. FlipNarrative aims to amplify underrepresented and misrepresented voices, and has numerous projects already in development. “Audiences have shifted to TV in droves, increasing pressure on studios to offer content that reflects the ‘real world’, but despite this, Hollywood and the industry still appears to be averse in making inclusive films and TV shows that are truly reflective of international audiences,” said Zuaiter. “We want and inclusive and diverse industry to become a reality, not a priority.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

TruTV gave a greenlight for Double Cross with Blake Griffin, an unscripted comedy prank show, set to bow in 2021. Each week, Griffin conspires with people who are tired of being the victim to help them get revenge on their unsuspecting prankster. 
(Source: Cynopsis)

Coronavirus-themed comedy Real People is in development at ABC. The project from ABC Signature and Tonight Show writer Nedaa Sweiss follows diverse neighbors who grew close during lockdown, and struggle to return to everyday life.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Warner Animation Group and Dr. Seuss Enterprises are expanding their partnership with new projects including film adaptations of Dr. Seuss classics, as well as a second season for Netflix series Green Eggs and Ham. 
(Source: Cynopsis)

UMC greenlit three unscripted series. A Closer Look will spotlight musical artists, My Mane Problem follows celebrity hairstylist Dr. Boogie, and Notorious Queens centers on four women who work to leave behind troublesome pasts.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Netflix ordered 40 episodes of Ada Twist, Scientist, following a young Black scientist. The animated preschool series comes from President and Michelle Obama’s Higher Ground Productions, Doc McStuffins creator Chris Nee and her Laughing Wild, and Wonder Worldwide. 
(Source: Cynopsis)

Renee Elise Goldsberry (Hamilton) will star opposite Sara Bareilles in Peacock’s Girls5eva, from Tina Fey, Robert Carlock and Meredith Scardino, about a one-hit wonder girl group with another shot at fame. “This wickedly talented team is creating something brave and new,” said Goldsberry. “I’m grateful I get to be in the room with them. I honestly can’t think of a better way to transition out of this year and into the new one than laughing with strong and beautiful women.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

The ensemble cast for Apple TV+’s untitled musical comedy project starring SNL’s Cecily Strong and produced by Lorne Michaels’ Broadway Video includes Keegan-Michael Key (Dolemite is My Name), Alan Cumming (The Good Wife), Fred Armisen (Portlandia), Kristin Chenoweth (Wicked), Aaron Tveit (Graceland), Dove Cameron (Hairspray Live!), Ariana DeBose (West Side Story), Jaime Camil (Jane the Virgin), Jane Krakowski (30 Rock) and Ann Harada (Avenue Q). The series follows a couple on a backpacking trip who stumble on a town in which everyone acts as if they’re in a musical from the 1940s.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The Woman’s Hour, based on the book, The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote, is in development at the CW. The anthology drama comes from Hillary Rodham Clinton, Amblin Television and Warner Bros. TV.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Home renovatorDave and Jenny Marrs are back at it when a new season of Fixer to Fabulous debuts on HGTV on Tuesday, October 27 at 9p. The husband-wife duo attracted more than 17.9 million viewers to the first season of Fixer.
(Source: Cynopsis)

What happens when the “other woman” in a couple’s relationship is the guy’s mom? It’s a situation TLC explores in I Love a Mama’s Boy, premiering Sunday, October 25 at 10p. 
(Source: Cynopsis)

CMT’s Pardi Time, an 8-episode digital-variety series shot, directed and hosted by singer/songwriter/producer Jon Pardi (with an assist from CMT), premieres Thursday, October 6 on CMT’s Facebook and YouTube channels. 
(Source: Cynopsis)

Showtime is releasing the premiere of limited series The Good Lord Bird for free online sampling, on streaming platforms and on demand at midnight on Sunday, October 4, three hours after its linear debut.
(Source: Cynopsis)

International music competition Your Face Sounds Familiar airs for the first time in Spanish in the US when it premieres – as Tu Cara Me Suena – on Univision on Sunday, October 4 at 8p. Eight celebrities transform to look and sound like music idols to raise money for charity.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Antenna TV is celebrating the 70th anniversary of The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show premiere in 1950 with a marathon running Saturday, October 10 at 10a through Sunday, October 11 at 8:30p. The bingefest will feature 70 classic episodes of the sitcom.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Feature doc 537 Votes, chronicling the contested outcome of the 2000 presidential race, debuts on HBO on Wednesday, October 21 at 9p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Disney+ is getting into the Halloween spirit with Hallowstream, offering Halloween movies, specials, and episodes including Hocus Pocus, Halloweentown, Disney Channel and Disney Junior Halloween episodes, and 30 episodes of The Simpsons’ Treehouse of Horror franchise. 
(Source: Cynopsis)

The audience for 2020’s first presidential debate is estimated at over 73 million, with Nielsen data from 16 networks. The first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump drew 84 million. Fox News delivered the most viewers, with 17.8 million, followed by ABC with 12.6 million, NBC with 9.7 million and CNN with 8.3 million.
(Source: Cynopsis)

For the second consecutive quarter, UPtv reports it ranks as one of cable’s fastest growing general entertainment networks among W25-54. In 3Q20, UPtv is the #4 network for year over year growth with W25-54 delivery, up +20% from 3Q19 and improved rank among all ad supported cable networks by 10 positions.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Today’s Jackpot is $41 million

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