AMAZON: Do, Re & Mi (Premiere)
AMAZON: Uprising (Premiere)
APPLE TV+: The Morning Show (Premiere)
CMT: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team (Premiere) at 9pm
COMEDY CENTRAL: Tha God’s Honest Truth with Lenard “Charlamagne” McKelvey (Premiere) at 10pm
HISTORY: The Proof Is Out There (Premiere) at 10pm
NETFLIX: Chicago Party Aunt (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Squid Game (Premiere)
NETFLIX: Sex Education (Premiere)
NICKELODEON: The Casagrandes (Premiere) at 8pm
NICKELODEON: Tooned In (Premiere) at 8:30pmCW: Burden of Truth (Finale) at 8pm
SYFY: SurrealEstate (Finale) at 10pm

(SATURDAY 9/18/21)
CARTOON NETWORK: Lucas the Spider (Premiere) at 6am
CBS: 48 Hours (Premiere) at 10pm
DISCOVERY+: Reno My Rental (Premiere)
DISCOVERY+: Extreme Salvage Squad (Premiere)
FUBO SPORTS NETWORK: Drinks with Binks (Premiere) at 5pm
HBO MAX: Batman: The Audio Adventures (Premiere)
HGTV: Outgrown (Premiere) at 8pm
ID: Michelle Carter: Love Texts & Death (Premiere) at 10pm
MSNBC: Ayman (Premiere) at 8pm
HGTV: Design Star: Next Gen (Finale) at 9pm and 10pm
OXYGEN: Accident, Suicide or Murder (Finale) at 8pm

(SUNDAY 9/19/21)
E!: E! Live From The Red Carpet: Emmys 2021 at 6pm
CBS: The 73rd Annual Emmy Awards at 8pm
ADULT SWIM: Teenage Euthanasia (Premiere) at 11:59pm
DISCOVERY: Alaskan Bush People (Premiere) at 8pm
EPIX: Fiasco (Premiere) at 10pm
FOOD NETWORK: Halloween Wars (Premiere) at 9pm
PBS: Muhammad Ali (Premiere) at 8pm
SCIENCE: Killers of the Cosmos (Premiere) at 9pm
SHOWTIME: The Circus (Premiere) at 8pm
CBS: Celebrity Family Feud (Finale) at 8pm
FOX: Fantasy Island (Finale) at 8pm
WEATHER CHANNEL: Jade Fever (Finale) at 11pm

Mayim Bialik and Ken Jennings will split hosting duties for syndicated game show “Jeopardy!” through the end of the year. Bialik, who stepped in temporarily after the abrupt exit of Mike Richards, had previously been tapped to host “Jeopardy!” primetime specials and spinoffs, while former champ and consulting producer Jennings was the first guest host after the death of Alex Trebek. Richards was fired after one day of filming over past offensive remarks.
(Source: Cynopsis)

CBS reality series “The Activist” is being reworked following backlash over its format. Originally conceived as a five-week competition series that had activists vying for social media attention for causes, with their efforts judged by celebrities, the show is being transformed into a documentary special. “’The Activist’ was designed to show a wide audience the passion, long hours, and ingenuity that activists put into changing the world, hopefully inspiring others to do the same,” said a statement from CBS, Global Citizen and Live Nation. “However, it has become apparent the format of the show as announced distracts from the vital work these incredible activists do in their communities every day. The push for global change is not a competition and requires a global effort.” The planned October 22 debut date has been postponed.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Soviet chess legend Nona Gaprindashvili is suing Netflix for $5 million over a line in the finale of “The Queen’s Gambit” that says she never competed against men. “Throughout her extraordinary career, she won many championships, beat some of the best male chess players in the world, and was the first woman in history to achieve the status of international chess grandmaster among men,” says the defamation suit, labeling the line “grossly sexist and belittling.” In response, Netflix said it “has only the utmost respect for Ms. Gaprindashvili and her illustrious career, but we believe this claim has no merit and will vigorously defend the case.”
(Source: Cynopsis)

Piers Morgan inked a global deal with News Corp. and Fox News Media that includes launching a new TV show for Fox Nation in early 2022, and joining The Sun and the New York Post as a columnist. “I’m thrilled to be returning to News Corp. which is where I began my media career more than 30 years ago,” said Morgan. “Rupert Murdoch has been a constant and fearless champion of free speech and we are going to be building something new and very exciting together.” Morgan quit ITV’s “Good Morning Britain” in March amid backlash over his remarks about Meghan Markle’s mental health. “Piers is the broadcaster every channel wants but is too afraid to hire,” said News Corp chief executive Rupert Murdoch.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Julio Vaquiero has been named anchor of Noticias Telemundo’s evening newscast. Vaquerio, who has been anchoring the net’s late-night weekday newscast, replaces Jose Diaz-Balart, whose broadened responsibilities include hosting a show for MSNBC.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Quibi has reached a settlement with Israeli technology company Eko, which claimed the short-lived, short-form streamer’s core technology feature, Turnstyle, was stolen from Eko. “This result will help ensure that Eko remains the undisputed leader in interactive storytelling technology,” said Eko founder and CEO Yoni Bloch. Terms were not disclosed; Quibi shut down in October 2020.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Hulu handed a pilot order to “Career Opportunities in Murder & Mayhem” (wt), starring Mandy Patinkin (“Homeland”) and Violett Beane (“God Friended Me”). ABC Signature is producing.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Chinese streaming platform Tencent Video is the latest international co-production partner for natural history series “A Year on Planet Earth,” originally commissioned by ITV in the UK and produced by Plimsoll Productions, in association with ITV Studios. Tencent Video joins ITV, Fox News Media streamer Fox Nation, and ARD Group in Germany as co-production partners.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Black Life: A Canadian History” has been greenlit by CBC. Philanthropist and NHL All-Star P.K. Subban (Ugly Duck Productions) is onboard to executive produce the docu-series, along with Nelson George, and co-executive producer and Black Lives Matter (Canada) co-founder Sandy Hudson.
(Source: Cynopsis)

The Dodo has launched preschool-focused, scripted digital series, “Families for Furry Friends,” in partnership with Sesame Workshop. Presented by Target, the series combines animal stories from The Dodo with “Sesame Street” Muppets.
(Source: Cynopsis)

HBO Max and WarnerMedia OneFifty have partnered to acquire North American streaming rights from RMVISTAR for the animated short film “Anacronte,” which WarnerMedia OneFifty is developing as a multimedia project. The 3D CGI film from Mr. Bug Studio, available on HBO Max, focuses on devilish gods who arbitrarily torpedo innocent people.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Paramount+ has boarded ambulance rescue series “Skymed,” from Piazza Entertainment, Canada’s CBC and CBS Studios. The drama will premiere on the streamer next year.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Casting notes: Eric McCormack (“Will & Grace”) has joined the season three cast of drama “Departure,” set to air on Canada’s Global after two seasons on Peacock… Giancarlo Esposito (“Breaking Bad”) landed a role in Netflix’s “Jigsaw,” loosely based on the real-life story of $70 billion in bonds that went missing in downtown Manhattan during Hurricane Sandy.
(Source: Cynopsis)

CMT will honor country artists Chris Stapleton, Gabby Barrett, Kane Brown, Kelsea Ballerini and Luke Combs at the 2021 “CMT Artists of the Year” special, airing live from Nashville on Wednesday, October 13 at 9p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Turner Sports’ first season of NHL coverage will feature a 50-game schedule during the 2021-22 regular season. First up, on Wednesday, October 13, is a TNT opening week doubleheader featuring the New York Rangers visiting the Washington Capitals at 7:30p, followed by the Colorado Avalanche and Nathan MacKinnon hosting the Chicago Blackhawks at 10p.
(Source: Cynopsis)

TBS, TNT, truTV are marking Latinx Heritage Month with programming that celebrates members of the Latinx community, including a movie marathon of “Overboard” (2018), “Hot Pursuit,” and “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” on TNT September 18; a “Tacoma FD” marathon on truTV September 26; a “George Lopez” marathon on TBS October 2; and a prime time showing of “Fast & Furious” and “Fast Five” on TNT October 15.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Season two of HBO docu-comedy “How To With John Wilson” debuts Friday, November 26 at 10p. Wilson continues to film the lives of his fellow New Yorkers while attempting to give everyday advice on six new deceptively simple topics.
(Source: Cynopsis)

“Twenties” is back for season two on Wednesday, October 13 at 10p on BET and BET Her. From creator, writer, and executive producer Lena Waithe and Hillman Grad Productions, the series, follows Hattie, a masculine-presenting queer Black woman in her twenties, and her two straight best friends. The premiere will be followed by new companion after-show “Twenties After-Show With B. Scott” on BET.
(Source: Cynopsis)

FYI original series “Smart Home Nation” premieres Monday, September 20 at 10p with two back-to-back episodes. Hosted by Tanya Memme (“Sell This House”), the 10-parter showcases some of the most elaborate and state-of-the-art smart houses in the world, with technology like facial recognition security systems and temperature controlled backyards.
(Source: Cynopsis)

Adult animated comedy series “Ten Year Old Tom” debuts Thursday, September 30 on HBO Max. The series is created and written by Steve Dildarian (“The Life & Times of Tim”), who will executive produce with Nick Weidenfeld (“The Boondocks,” “Rick & Morty”).
(Source: Cynopsis)

Copshop – Gerard Butler, Frank Grillo, Toby Huss, Alexis Louder
Cry Macho – Clint Eastwood, Dwight Yoakam, Fernanda Urrejola, Eduardo Minett
Blue Bayou – Alicia Vikander, Antonio LeBlanc, Mark O’Brien, Linh-Dan Pham, Emory Cohen
Best Sellers (Limited Release) – Michael Caine, Aubrey Plaza, Cary Elwes, Scott Speedman
The Duke (Limited Release) – Helen Mirren, Jim Broadbent, Matthew Goode, Charlotte Spencer
The Eyes of Tammy Faye (Limited Release) – Jessica Chastain, Andrew Garfield, Vincent D’Onofrio, Cherry Jones, Fredric Lehne, Mark Cameron Wystrach, Sam Jaeger, Gabriel Olds, Chandler Head

Friday September 17, 2021
95th Annual San Gennaro Festival – Mulberry St. in Little Italy
Grand Central Food Festival Series – on 45th St. from Lexington Ave. to 3rd Ave.

Saturday September 18, 2021
95th Annual San Gennaro Festival – Mulberry St. in Little Italy
8th Ave. Chelsea Fair – on 8th Ave. from 14th to 23rd St.
Times Square Autumn Expo – on Broadway from 47th to 57th St.
Jamaica Harvest Festival Part 1 – on Sutphin Blvd. from Jamaica Ave. to 89th Ave.
Jamaica Harvest Festival Part 2 – on Sutphin Blvd. from Hillside Ave. to 88th Ave.

Sunday September 19, 2021
95th Annual San Gennaro Festival – Mulberry St. in Little Italy
4th Ave. “East Village” Festival – on 4th Ave. from 9th to 14th St.
Midtown West Autumn Fair – on 8th Ave. from 42nd to 50th St.
Forest Hill “Austin St.” Fair – on Austin St from 69th St. to 72nd St.

Today’s Jackpot is $405 million.

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Saturday’s Jackpot is $457 million

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