Celebrity Family Feud – 8pm on ABC and City
Steve Harvey welcomes celebrities and their families to play The Feud! This week’s contestants are Anthony Anderson versus Toni Braxton and Monica Potter versus Curtis Stone.
Battlebots – 9pm on ABC
15 years after the original series that pits machine against machine, the series is back for a six-episode tryout.
Poldark on Masterpiece – 9pm on PBS – Series Premiere
Aidan Turner stars as Ross Poldark, an 18-th century soldier who returns to his Cornish tin mines after spending three years in the army to avoid the law. Upon his return, he finds his father dead, his estate in ruins and lady love engaged to his cousin. Based on the series of novels and the second TV series (the first ran from 1975 to 1977).
The Crimson Field – 10pm on PBS – Series Premiere
This British drama follows the lives of medics and patients at a fictional hospital in France during the First World War. It stars Oona Chaplin, the grand-daughter of silent film comedy legend Charlie Chaplin.
The Last Ship – 9pm on Space – 2nd Season Premiere
Eric Dane (McSteamy from Grey’s Anatomy) is back for a 13-episode second season as the commander of a naval ship that was at sea when a viral pandemic wiped out 80% of the world’s population. (I recommend this series!)
Ballers – 10pm on HBO – Series Premiere
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnston stars as retired athlete Spencer Strasmore in this comedy-drama about a group of football players and the people in their orbit.
The Brink – 10:30 to 11:05pm on HBO – Series Premiere
Tim Robbins, Jack Black and Aasif Mandvi are among the stars of this comedy that focus on a geopolitical crisis in Pakistan. Creators (and brothers) Roberto and Kim Benabib hope future seasons will explore a different crisis in a different locale each season (presuming it runs more than one).
Halifax Comedy Festival – 9pm on CBC – 19th Season Premiere
The venerable series kicks off a new season with Greg Proops traveling to Ireland and Pete Zedlacher traveling to the airport luggage store.
Fool Canada – 8:30 on CBC – Series Premiere
A team of comedians disguise themselves and poke fun at what it means to be Canadian.
Still Standing – 9:30 on CBC – 29th Season Premiere
Comedian Johnny Harris travels to small towns and puts on stand-up shows for the townspeople.
Another Period – 10:30pm on Much – Series Premiere
This comedy series follows the lives of the Bellacourts, the first family of Newport, Rhode Island, at the turn of the century. It is said to be a spoof of both Keeping Up With The Kardashians and Downton Abbey (believe it or not!). It stars Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome (Garfunkel and Oates) as sisters Lillian and Beatrice Bellacourt, and features a cast including David Koechner, Paget Brewster, Jason Ritter, Michael Ian Black Tom Lennon, Kate Flannery and Christina Hendricks.
Big Brother – 8pm on CBS and Global – 17th Season Premiere
If you can’t get enough of this reality series, this season is set to last 98 days, which is the longest season of the American season so far.
Suits – 9pm on Bravo – 5th Season Premiere
The new season begins as Louis assumes control of the law firm and everyone else tries to adjust to the new world order.
Proof – 10pm on Bravo – Series Premiere
Jennifer Beals stars as a doctor who is grieving the death of her teenage son when she meets a wealthy man who has cancer (Matthew Modine) and who wants her to investigate the possibility of life after death. This sets her off on investigations of supernatural cases from reincarnation to near-death experiences and the possibility that ghosts are among us.
Under The Dome – 9-11pm – 3rd Season Premiere
This series, which is based on a Stephen King novel, continues the story of a town trapped (you guessed it!) under a dome. Look for Marg Helgenberger (CSI) and Eric LaSalle (e.r.) to join the cast this season.
Star Wars Rebels – 6pm on Disney XD – 2nd Season Premiere
This CGI series takes place during a time when the Galactic Empire is securing its grip on the galaxy (between Revenge of the Sith and the original Star Wars film (A New Hope). James Earl Jones is recurring as Darth Vader.
Hank Zipzer – 7pm on Disney XD – Series Premiere
The World’s Greatest Underachiever moves from the books to TV.