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TV Premiere Dates 2017: The Complete Guide



Don’t know when your shows are back on TV? THC has accumulated an exhaustive rundown of the current year’s dispatch dates for programs from the communicate, link, premium systems and spilling administrations.

Can’t monitor when all the most recent new and returning arrangement air in the time of #PeakTV?

The Hollywood Column has set up together a far reaching manual for the communicate, link, premium and online systems’ offerings for the year.

THC will keep on updating the timetable, so make a point to bookmark this page and hover back for the most recent news.


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    Sunday, Jan. 1
    8 p.m.: The Mick (Fox)
    8:30 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT: Ransom (CBS)
    8:30 p.m.: Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox, one-hour winter finale)
    9 p.m.: To Tell the Truth (ABC), Sherlock (PBS)

    Monday, Jan. 2
    8 p.m.: The New Celebrity Apprentice (NBC), Shadowhunters (Freeform), The Bachelor (ABC)
    9 p.m.: Beyond (Freeform)

    Tuesday, Jan. 3
    8 p.m.: The Wall (NBC)
    8:30 p.m.: The Mick (Fox, time slot premiere)
    9 p.m.: Bones (Fox), The Haves and Have Nots (OWN)

    Wednesday, Jan. 4
    9 p.m.: Star (Fox, time slot premiere)
    10 p.m.: It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FXX), Too Close to Home (TLC), Match Game (ABC)
    10:30 p.m.: Man Seeking Woman (FXX)

    Thursday, Jan. 5
    Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee (Crackle)
    8 p.m.: Hell’s Kitchen (Fox)
    9 p.m.: Nashville (CMT)
    10 p.m.: Portlandia (IFC)

    Friday, Jan. 6
    One Day at a Time (Netflix)
    8 p.m.: Grimm (NBC)
    9 p.m.: Emerald City (NBC), Sleepy Hollow (Fox)

    Saturday, Jan. 7
    Please Like Me (Hulu)
    8 p.m.: Ransom (CBS, time slot premiere)

    Tuesday, Jan. 10
    9 p.m.: This Is Us (NBC, midseason premiere), Being Mary Jane (BET)
    10 p.m.: Taboo (FX)

    Wednesday, Jan. 11
    8 p.m.: Schitt’s Creek (Pop)
    10 p.m.: Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce (Bravo)

    Thursday, Jan. 12
    Mad Families (Crackle)
    9 p.m.: My Kitchen Rules (Fox)
    10 p.m.: Colony (USA)
    10:30 p.m.: Caraoke Showdown (Spike)

    Friday, Jan. 13
    Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix), Sneaky Pete (Amazon)

    Sunday, Jan. 15 
    9 p.m.: Homeland (Showtime), The Young Pope (HBO), Victoria (PBS), Is O.J. Innocent? The Missing Evidence (Investigation Discovery)

    Tuesday, Jan. 17
    9 p.m.: No Tomorrow (The CW, season finale)

    Wednesday, Jan. 18
    9 p.m.: People’s Choice Awards (CBS)
    10 p.m.: Six (History)

    Thursday, Jan. 19
    10 p.m.: Baskets (FX)

    Friday, Jan. 20
    Frontier (Netflix)

    Saturday, Jan. 21
    8 p.m.: Beaches (Lifetime)

    Sunday, Jan. 22
    8 p.m.: Mercy Street (PBS)
    10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT: Hunted (CBS)

    Tuesday, Jan. 24
    9 p.m.: Outsiders (WGNA)

    Wednesday, Jan. 25
    The Path (Hulu)
    9 p.m.: The Magicians (Syfy)
    10 p.m.: Suits (USA)

    Wednesday, Jan. 25
    8 p.m.: Hunted (CBS, time slot premiere)
    9 p.m.: Frequency (The CW, season finale)

    Thursday, Jan. 26
    9 p.m.: Riverdale (The CW), Scandal (ABC)
    10 p.m.: Pure Genius (CBS, season finale)

    Sunday, Jan. 29 
    9 p.m.: Black Sails (Starz)

    Monday, Jan. 30
    8 p.m.: Gotham (Fox, winter finale)
    9 p.m.: Lucifer (Fox, winter finale)

    Tuesday, Jan. 31
    8 p.m.: The Fosters (Freeform)
    9 p.m.: Switched at Birth (Freeform)

  • Wednesday, Feb. 1
    9 p.m.: The 100 (The CW)

    Thursday, Feb. 2
    8:30 p.m.: Powerless (NBC), Superior Donuts (CBS, preview)
    10 p.m.: Training Day (CBS)

    Friday, Feb. 3
    9 p.m.: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (The CW, season finale)
    Santa Clarita Diet (Netflix)

    Sunday, Feb. 5
    10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT: 24: Legacy (Fox)

    Monday, Feb. 6
    8 p.m.: 24: Legacy (Fox, time slot premiere)
    9 p.m.: APB (Fox), Superior Donuts (CBS, regular time period)

    Tuesday, Feb. 7
    10 p.m.: Imposters (Bravo)

    Wednesday, Feb. 8
    10 p.m.: The Expanse (Syfy), Code Black (CBS, season finale), Legion (FX)

    Thursday, Feb. 9 
    8 p.m. MasterChef Junior (Fox)

    Friday, Feb. 10
    The Collection (Amazon)
    9 p.m.: Reign (The CW)

    Sunday, Feb. 12
    8 p.m.: The Missing (Starz)
    9 p.m.: The Walking Dead (AMC, midseason premiere)
    10 p.m.: Girls (HBO)
    11 p.m.: Last Week Tonight With John Oliver (HBO)

    Monday, Feb. 13
    10 p.m.: Humans (AMC)

    Tuesday, Feb. 14
    The Mindy Project (Hulu)

    Wednesday, Feb. 15
    10 p.m.: Doubt (CBS)

    Thursday, Feb. 16
    SuperMansion (Crackle)

    Saturday, Feb. 18
    Britney Ever After (Lifetime)

    Sunday, Feb. 19
    8 p.m.: The Good Fight (CBS)
    9 p.m.: Big Little Lies (HBO)
    10 p.m.: Billions (Showtime)
    10:30 p.m.: Crashing (HBO)

    Monday, Feb. 20
    9 p.m.: The Breaks (VH1)
    10 p.m.: Bates Motel (A&E)

    Tuesday, Feb. 21
    10 p.m.: The Detour (TBS)

    Wednesday, Feb. 22
    9 p.m.: Major Crimes (TNT)

    Thursday, Feb. 23
    10 p.m.: The Blacklist: Redemption (NBC), Sun Records (CMT)

    Friday, Feb. 24
    Ultimate Beastmaster (Netflix), Patriot (Amazon)

    Monday, Feb. 27
    8 p.m.: The Voice (NBC)
    9 p.m.: When We Rise (ABC)
    10 p.m.: Taken (NBC)

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    Wednesday, March 1
    National Treasure (Hulu)
    8 p.m.: Catfish (MTV)
    10 p.m.: Chicago Justice (NBC),

    Saturday, March 4
    9 p.m.: Love Thy Neighbor (OWN)

    Sunday, March 5
    8 p.m.: Little Big Shots (NBC), Once Upon a Time (ABC, spring premiere)
    8:30 p.m.: Making History (Fox)
    9 p.m.: Chicago Justice (NBC), Time After Time (ABC)
    9:30 p.m.: Last Man on Earth (Fox, spring premiere)
    10 p.m.: Shades of Blue (NBC), Feud: Bette and Joan (FX), The Arrangement (E!)

    Tuesday, March 7
    10 p.m.: The Americans (FX)

    Wednesday, March 8
    8 p.m.: Survivor (CBS)
    10 p.m.: Underground (WGNA), Designated Survivor (ABC, spring premiere), Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (CBS)

    Thursday, March 9 
    9 p.m.: Kicking & Screaming (Fox), Nashville (CMT, midseason finale)
    10 p.m.: The Catch (ABC)

    Friday, March 10
    Love (Netflix), Hand of God (Amazon)
    8 p.m.: The Vampire Diaries (The CW, series finale)

    Sunday, March 12
    10 p.m.: American Crime (ABC)

    Monday, March 13
    8 p.m.: Young & Hungry (Freeform)
    8:30 p.m.: Baby Daddy (Freeform)

    Tuesday, March 14
    9 p.m.: This Is Us (NBC, season finale)
    10 p.m.: Trial & Error (NBC)

    Wednesday, March 15
    8 p.m.: Lethal Weapon (Fox, season finale)
    9 p.m.: Star (Fox, season finale)
    10 p.m.: Hap and Leonard: Mucho Mojo (SundanceTV), Greenleaf (OWN)

    Thursday, March 16
    Snatch (Crackle)
    10 p.m.: Review (Comedy Central)

    Friday, March 17
    Marvel’s Iron Fist (Netflix)
    8 p.m.: The Originals (The CW)
    11:30 p.m.: Animals (HBO)

    Sunday, March 19
    10 p.m.: Into the Badlands (AMC)

    Monday, March 20
    8 p.m.: Dancing With the Stars (ABC)
    9 p.m.: The Twins: Happily Ever After? (Freeform)

    Tuesday, March 21
    9 p.m.: If Loving You Is Wrong (OWN)

    Wednesday, March 22
    8 p.m.: Shots Fired (Fox)
    9 p.m.: Empire (Fox, spring premiere), Rogue (Audience Network)

    Friday, March 24
    Grace and Frankie (Netflix)

    Tuesday, March 28
    9 p.m.: Rebel (BET)

    Wednesday, March 29
    Harlots (Hulu)
    8:30 p.m.: Imaginary Mary (ABC)

    Thursday, March 30
    10 p.m.: The Amazing Race (CBS)

    Friday, March 31
    13 Reasons Why (Netflix)

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Live Stream Partner for ‘The Oscars: All Access’ – Presenting Facebook




Every year around this time, THR sits down with an Oscar voter who, under the warm shroud of secrecy, spills his or her actual sentiments about the ebb and flow season’s product of contenders. Not exactly who or what got his or her votes, yet in addition precisely why and how he or she went to those choices. It’s not intended to be a logical examination; it’s simply the genuine, unsugarcoated assessments of one voting part (out of 7,258) of the most vital and capable motion picture club on the planet. The following is a delicately altered transcript of one such discussion. This year it was a male individual from the 524-part maker’s branch who — this season, at any rate — isn’t related with any of the chosen people.

The ABC-created show will include celebrity main street features, backstage film and live look-ins on the honors broadcast.

ABC’s second-screen Oscars encounter is making a beeline for Facebook for the second year consecutively.

The supporter has inked an arrangement with Facebook to live stream The Oscars: All Access. The show, which will offer celebrity main street features, backstage film and live look-ins at the honors broadcast, will be accessible by means of the Academy’s show page on Facebook Watch and the ABC Facebook page, notwithstanding its standard home at and

ABC produces the All Access show as a friend to its live broadcast of the Academy Awards. To watch the distinctions being given out, watchers will in any case need to tune into ABC by means of a link membership or an enrollment to a web empowered live TV supplier like DirecTV Now or YouTube TV.

This is the second year that Facebook and ABC have joined to distribute All Access, developing a multiyear connection between the interpersonal organization and the broadcaster. Last year’s All Access show won an Emmy for inventive accomplishment in the intuitive media with an unscripted program classification.

Sofia Carson (Descendants) and Ben Lyons (The Warmup) are returning to All Access as has. They will be positioned on celebrity lane and backstage amid the kudocast. Going along with them by and by will be Good Morning America contributor Chris Connelly, who will welcome the stars as they step onto celebrity main street, and ESPN commentator Adnan Virk, who will give discourse amid the backstage show. Newcomer Wesam Keesh (For the People) will contribute from the seats that keep running along celebrity main street.

All Access will highlight film from more than 20 cameras put along celebrity central, backstage and in the crowd at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. Watchers who watch the communicate through Facebook will have the chance to get an advanced mark from one of their most loved stars.

The Academy likewise will urge watchers on Facebook to interface with each other by means of its authority Facebook gathering, Oscars Movie Club. Also, it will share Oscars Insider content on its Facebook Watch demonstrate page during the time in front of the honors function.

On Facebook-claimed Instagram, the Academy will share restrictive substance from Oscar night. Further, Tom Holland (Avengers: Infinity War) will assume control over the Stories for the @instagram account.

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Maxwell wants to Wine and Dine Danai Gurira




Craftsman Maxwell says he is focused on “Dim Panther” star Danai Gurira.

Maxwell walked big name fundamental road at the New York introduction of the movie at MoMA and uncovered to Page Six, “The woman I would need to go out on the town from the film is Danai Gurira, yet she might be taken. I used to watch her on ‘The Walking Dead,’ so I do have a touch of an obsession with her — and we share a comparative hairdresser, incidentally, so it could truly work out.”

Gurira shaved her rush toward star in the movie.

Exactly when gotten some data about women with that look, Maxwell expressed, “I couldn’t mind less. I just love women.”

He proceeded to state, “Danai is so maverick. I have not seen the film, so I am walking around clear. I am just lively that there is a film praising our lifestyle.”

Fumblingly, Jen is on the front of Architectural Digest’s perfect issue, displaying her and Justin’s assembled Bel Air “love settle.” The article swoons, “Jennifer… makes a scene of unadulterated nearby delight with life partner Justin Theroux.”

She coos in the piece, “I look around at my significant other and my pooches and our home, and there’s no place else I should be.”

Clearly, there’s no sign of Justin at the home. Additionally, on Thursday, as Architectural Digest article chief Amy Astley encouraged a NYC blended drink social affair to applaud the issue, “Everyone’s phones started pinging with a news prepared that Jen and Justin had part. It was all to some degree embarrassing. The magazine editors did not understand.”

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Rose McGowan Tells Stephen Colbert She Was “Architect” of Weinstein Downfall




The on-screen character and maker joined ‘The Late Show’ to look at her new diary.

Following appearances earlier this week on Good Morning America and The View to propel her new diary, Brave, Rose McGowan sat down with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show on Wednesday night to also discuss her history with slighted Hollywood top dog Harvey Weinstein and her claims that the evacuated producer sexually struck her.

McGowan, wearing a stunning orange hoodie, joined Colbert to discuss her new book and her new E! plan Citizen Rose. “That was extremely my father’s designation for me,” McGowan said of Brave’s title.

Right when Colbert got some data about her youthfulness, encountering adolescence in an inner circle, she responded, “He speculated that was a better other choice than the shithole we all in all live in, and he might be right.”

Exactly when gotten some data about Weinstein, McGowan said she was “the organizer” of the present advancement. Colbert by then asked concerning whether she was told she was “crazy” when she at first turned out with claims against Weinstein, to which she responded, “No, I see things.”

Earlier on Wednesday, McGowan responded to a declaration issued by Weinstein’s legal counselor, Ben Brafman, ensuring the playing out craftsman’s present appearances and comments were an undertaking to “spread” Mr. Weinstein with an extraordinary lie that is denied not simply by Mr. Weinstein himself, yet by no under two witnesses.”The clarification included messages from McGowan’s then-boss, Jill Messick, and past co-star Ben Affleck attempting to help Weinstein’s refusal of the on-screen character’s cases. McGowan has said that she immediately instructed the two social affairs of the guaranteed trap. Affleck had at first commented in a November converse with, saying he supports McGowan; his email referenced by Weinstein was sent in July and invalidates that claim.

“Mr. Weinstein has used his vitality to manhandle Rose in extremely various ways, despite falling back on exhibited covert work techniques in attempt to hide his infringement,” read McGowan’s response, referencing what was first definite in the New Yorker about Weinstein using private inspectors, including ex-Mossad administrators, to track witnesses like McGowan. She said the use of Messick’s and Affleck’s messages, which happened quite a while before the fundamental story broke about Weinstein on Oct. 5, show that “Weinstein was on a calculating effort to target and compel potential witnesses.” Messick’s past partner, Anne Woodward, moreover maintained McGowan’s claim to The New York Times in October.

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