Fall is just around the corner. There’s no better way to prepare for fallen leaves and chilly weather than to sink into the couch and turn on your maxTV or maxTV Stream with infiNET to watch a brand new series, while drinking a spiced latte and wearing your cozy sweater.
Prodigal Son - Rated: 14+
Prodigal Son is the story of Malcolm Bright (Tom Payne), a criminal psychologist, as he helps the NYPD get inside the minds of murderers by using his evil and twisted genius. Payne has to fight his darker side as he helps the NYPD track down criminals.
Watch the series premiere of Prodigal Son on Global on Monday, September 23.
Evil - Rated: 14+
This new supernatural show examines the line between science and religion, bringing a psychologist, a priest-in-training, and a carpenter all together as they try to solve a church’s unexplained mysteries. From miracle, to demons, and hauntings, Evil promises to touch it all.
Watch the series premiere of Evil on Global on Thursday, September 26.
Carol’s Second Act - Rated: PG
Carol’s Second Act follows a middle-aged retired teacher and recent divorcée as she ventures into the world of medicine and becomes a doctor. This comedy, featuring Patricia Heaton, is a fast-paced sitcom where Carol has to interact and work with peers who are half her age.
Watch the series premiere of Carol’s Second Act on Global on Thursday, September 26.
Bob Hearts Abishola - Rated: 14+
In this romantic comedy, Abishola (Folake Olowofoyeku) is a cardiac nurse in the hospital where Bob (Billy Gardell) goes when he is having a heart attack. Bob, a compression sock business owner, quickly falls in love with his Nigerian immigrant nurse and tries to win her over, which all occurs with a faithful take on Nigerian-American culture.
Watch the series premiere of Bob Heart’s Abishola on CTV on Monday, September 23.
All Rise - Rated: 14+
Lola Carmichael (Simone Missick), a lovable and relatable newly-appointed judge in Los Angeles, is the lead character in this courtroom drama that examines the personal and professional lives of all those who work at an L.A. courthouse.
Watch the series premiere of All Rise on CTV on Monday, September 23.
Emergence - Rated: 14+
Allison Tolman stars in this mystery-thriller about a police chief (Jo Evans) who finds a young girl at the scene of an accident, with no recollection of who she is or what happened to her. Many bizarre events and unexplained disruptions are all tied to the young girl and Evans is determined to solve the mysteries.
Watch the series premiere of Emergence on CTV on Tuesday, September 24.
The Unicorn - Rated: PG
Newly widowed father, Wade (played by Walton Goggins) is re-entering the dating world after a year of playing single father. With the help of his tight-knit group of friends, he is learning the ropes of how to date again after 20 years with his beloved wife.
Watch the series premiere of The Unicorn on Global on Thursday, September 26.
Bluff City Law - Rated: PG
Bluff City Law follows a father-and-daughter attorney duo as they fight social injustice in high-profile cases in Memphis, Tennessee.
Watch the series premiere of Bluff City Law on Citytv on Monday, September 23.
Perfect Harmony - Rated: PG
An upcoming musical comedy, Perfect Harmony follows a former Princeton music professor (played by Bradley Whitford) as he accidentally stumbles into a small-town church choir practice. The choir is out of tune, and the professor’s life is near shambles, so they come together at the perfect time.
Watch the series premiere of Perfect Harmony on Citytv on Thursday, September 26.
The Kelly Clarkson Show - Rated: G
American Idol Season 1 champion and multiple Grammy award winner Kelly Clarkson is venturing into the daytime talk show world! There will be a focus on music in this new talk show and plenty of celebrity guests
Watch the series premiere of The Kelly Clarkson Show on weekdays on Citytv starting Monday, September 9.
Kids Say the Darndest Things - Rated: PG
In this reboot of the classic variety show, Tiffany Haddish hosts a variety of in-studio segments and taped pieces as she interacts with real kids. Much like the original, the reboot will highlight the amusing mindset of a diverse group of kids through a series of advice-seeking questions.
Watch the series premiere of Kids Say the Darndest Things on Global on Sunday, October 6.
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