A slew of new and returning shows this week, including a spinoff of The Goldbergs; the triumphant revival of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which moves from Fox to NBC in the States, while remaining on City in Canada; PBS’ Finding Your Roots returns with the ancestry of Andy Samberg and George R.R. Martin; and it’s premiere week on CBC. All that, the Golden Globes, and more. Happy Viewing!
All times eastern; PBS schedules may vary.
Countdown to the Red Carpet – 4 to 6pm on E! – Golden Globes coverage
E! Live From the Red Carpet – 6 to 8pm on E! – Golden Globes coverage
Heartland – 7 to 8pm on CBC – 12th Season Premiere
Surviving R. Kelly – 8 to 10pm (two episodes) on Slice – Series Premiere
This docuseries outlines the disturbing allegations against the R&B singer of sexual domination of underage girls, including Aaliyah when she was 15.
Unearthed – 9 to 10pm on Cottage Life – 3rd Season Premiere
Guy’s Grocery Games – 10 to 11pm on Food Network – 18th Season Premiere
The Bachelor – 8 to 11pm on ABC/City – 23rd Season Premiere
Antiques Roadshow – 8 to 9pm on PBS – 23rd Season Premiere
Mythbusters Jr. – 8 to 9pm on Discovery – Series Premiere
Adam Savage and a team of the best and brightest put common beliefs to the test, starting off with duct tape. Is it the miracle solution to countless problems? (I hope they do the same thing with WD-40, if they didn’t already on the old show.)
Baked – 8 to 9pm (two episodes) on Food Network – Series Premiere
Comedian Tom Papa criss-crosses America in search of great baked goods. He starts off in Philadelphia in the first show, then heads to New York City with fellow comedian Jim Gaffigan in the second.
Coroner – 9:01 to 10pm on CBC – Series Premieres
Serinda Swan stars as Jenny Cooper, a recently-widowed Toronto coroner who investigates suspicious deaths, based on the series of novels by M.R. Hall. In the opener, Jenny’s first case is one that has a personal tinge, when she is called to investigate the death of a teen at a youth detention centre.
Texas Flip N Move – 9 to 10pm on FYI – 9th Season Premiere
Kids Baking Championship – 9 to 10pm on Food Network – 6th Season Premiere
Kim’s Convenience – 8 to 8:30pm on CBC – 3rd Season Premiere
Good Trouble – 8 to 9:05pm on ABC Spark – Series Premiere
In this spinoff of/sequel to The Fosters, sisters Callie and Mariana graduate from college and move to Los Angeles to start new careers, relationships, and of course, complications that come with starting fresh in a new city.
Schitt’s Creek – 9 to 9:30pm on CBC – 5th Season Premiere
Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates – 8 to 9pm on PBS – 5th Season Premiere
Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club – 9 to 10:30pm on MTV – Series Premiere
This reality series follows Lindsay’s attempt to launch a beach house in Mykonos, Greece, including a club and restaurant. (This one-hour opener will be followed by a 30-minute after-show.)
Cavendish – 9:30 to 10pm on CBC – Series Premiere
Comedians Mark Little and Andrew Bush star in this sitcom about two brothers who return to their home to Cavendish, PEI, for the first time since their parents’ divorce.
Project Blue Book – 10 to 11pm on History/Friday at 8pm on Showcase – Series Premiere
This science fiction drama follows investigations into UFO sightings, starring Aiden Gillen (Game of Thrones) as the real-life astrophysicist Dr. Josef Allen Hynek.
Burden of Truth – 8 to 9pm on CBC – 2nd Season Premiere
Schooled – 8:31 to 9pm on ABC/Thursday at 9pm on Global – Series Premiere
This spinoff of The Goldberg’s follows AJ Michalka’s character of Lainey Lewis into the future (the 1990s), when she returns to William Penn Academy, but this time as a member of the faculty.
Match Game – 9 to 10pm on CTV/10 to 11pm on ABC – 4th Season Premiere
Unspeakable – 9 to 10pm on CBC – Series Premiere
Sarah Wayne Callies (The Walking Dead) and Shawn Doyle (The Expanse) star in this drama centred around Canada’s tainted blood scandal of the early 1980s.
Flip or Flop Nashville – 9 to 9:30pm on HGTV – 2nd Season Premiere
Moonshiners – 9 to 11pm (two episodes) on Discovery – 8th Season Premiere
Fishing for Giants – 9 to 10pm pm on National Geographic – Series Premiere
Angling fanatic Andy Coetzee comes face to face with the massive Nile Perch in this reality series that see him taking on giant creatures of the water around the world.
Maine Cabin Masters – 9 to 10pm on DIY – 3rd Season Premiere
You’re the Worst – 10 to 10:35pm on FXX – 5th Season Premiere
The Dictator’s Playbook – 10 to 11pm on PBS – Series Premiere
This series looks at dictators around the world, starting off with North Korea’s Kim Il Sung.
Boise Boys – 10 to 11pm on HGTV – Series Premiere
Best friends Luke and Clint—the odd couple of renovations—are buying an Idaho home for $300,000, but it requires $350,000 in renovations.
Pupparazzi – 8 to 9pm on National Geographic – Series Premiere
Kaylee and Sam are a couple of dog lovers who love dressing them up.
Bromans – 8 to 9pm on Out-TV – Series Premiere
Modern-day gladiators compete in Ancient-Roman-style physical challenges in this British reality series.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine – 8:30 to 9pm on City/9 to 9:30pm on NBC – 6th Season Premiere
Workin’ Moms – 9 to 10pm (two episodes) on CBC – 3rd Season Premiere
Fam – 9:30 to 10pm on CBS – Series Premiere
Nina Dobrev and Tone Bell star in this sitcom about a woman who thinks her life living with her new fiancé is perfect until her wild 16-year-old sister decides to move in.
Monica: Truth and Lies – 9 to 11pm on ABC
This two-hour documentary chronicles the history of Monica Lewinsky’s affair with Bill Clinton and its impact on her life and American history.
Building Alaska – 10 to 11pm on DIY – 9th Season Premiere
The Stats of Life – 8:30 to 9pm on CBC – 2nd Season Premiere
Pressure’s On – 10 to 11pm (two episodes) on Gusto – Series Premiere
Vanessa Gianfrancesco guides viewers on how to get the most from their pressure cookers (and Instant Pots, presumably) while also saving time.