All times eastern.
There are a few key premieres this week, leading off with the much-praised Killing Eve, starring Canadian Sandra Oh (Grey’s Anatomy), while the CBC legal drama Burden of Proof goes south of the border, and another Stephen King adaptation—Castle Rock—also debuts. Happy viewing!
Killing Eve – 9 to 10pm on Bravo – Series Premiere
The Emmy-nominated Sandra Oh drama finally makes its Canadian debut. She plays Eve Polastri, a desk-bound MI5 officer who escapes the confines of her office to track down a woman who has become a psychopathic assassin.
Something’s Killing Me – 8 to 9pm on HLN – 2nd Season Premiere
Voltron: Legendary Defender – 5 to 6:30pm on Charge – Series Premiere
Five aspiring space travelers create the world’s most powerful robot in this Netflix series based on the original Japanese anime show.
Castle Rock – 9pm to 12am on Space – Series Premiere
This Stephen King drama follows the world of death-row attorney Henry Deaver, who is drawn back into his dark past in his hometown of Castle Rock, Maine. Andre Holland, Peter Skarsgard, Terry O’Quinn and Sissy Spacek highlight the ensemble cast.
Burden of Truth – 8 to 9pm on The CW – Series American Premiere
The CBC series makes its American debut. Kristen Kreuk (Smallville) plays Joanna Hanley, who returns to her hometown to settle a case against her big-pharma client and soon discovers she may be on the wrong side of the case brought by a group of sick girls.
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – 5 to 5:30pm on YTV – Series Premiere
They’re baaack…and this time, the TMNT realize that these days, they are not the strangest things in New York.
Pink Collar Crimes – 8 to 9pm on CBS – Series Premiere
This reality series looks at crimes committed by woman, starting off with a soccer mom who robs banks after dropping the kids off at school.
The Filmmakers – 8:30 to 9pm on CBC – 2nd Season Premiere