The next 2 weeks see the premiere of 4 new series, the return of Good Girls, New Amsterdam, Paradise PD, The Flash, The Walking Dead, Tooning Out the News and Wynonna Earp as well as the series finale of Vikings. New series premiering in the next two weeks include HBO Max’s new drama Genera+ion, Netflix’s new Sci-fi Thriller The One, Peacock’s new reboot of 80s sitcom Punky Brewster and NBC’s new sci-fi drama Debris. In addition, Wandavision concludes its current season.
Other highlights include the premiere of new reality series Game of Talents and award season kicks off with the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards (airing February 28 @ 8pm ET) and the 26th Annual Critics Choice Awards (airing March 7 @ 7pm ET). On the reality front, The Masked Singer and The Voice return with all-new seasons Also, Celebrity Family Feud, Name that Tune, The Chase and The Con conclude their inaugural season.
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28
E! Live From the Red Carpet: The 2021 Golden Globe Awards – 2hr Special (E! Canada @ 6pm ET)
78th Annual Golden Globe Awards – Award Show (CTV and NBC @ 8pm ET)
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey reunite for the fourth time as hosts of the awards ceremony that honors people for their achievements in both film and television. This marks the first-ever bicoastal Golden Globes, as Poehler hosts from the ceremony’s usual stage at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif., and Fey broadcasts live from the Rainbow Room at the top of Rockefeller Center in New York.
The Walking Dead – Season 10 Winter Premiere (AMC @ 9pm ET)
MONDAY MARCH 1
The Voice – SEASON 20 PREMIERE (CTV2 and NBC @ 8pm ET)
DEBRIS – SERIES PREMIERE (NBC @ 10pm ET)
The series follows the lives of two agents from two different continents, and two different mindsets, who must work together as a team when wreckage from a destroyed alien spacecraft has mysterious effects on humankind. Starring Riann Steele as British agent Finola Jones and Jonathan Tucker as American agent Bryan Beneventi.
TUESDAY MARCH 2
The Flash – SEASON 7 PREMIERE (The CW @ 8pm ET)
EASTER BASKET CHALLENGE – SERIES PREMIERE (Food Network Canada @ 9pm ET)
Seven talented and Easter-obsessed bakers take on culinary challenges to create tasty and imaginative holiday masterpieces. Watched throughout the competition by judges Jordan Andino and Claudia Sandoval.
New Amsterdam – SEASON 3 PREMIERE (Global and NBC @ 10pm ET)
WEDNESDAY MARCH 3
Name That Tune – SEASON 1 FINALE (FOX @ 8pm ET) **2hr Finale**
Vikings – SERIES FINALE (History Canada @ 9pm ET)
The Con – SEASON 1 FINALE (ABC @ 10pm ET)
THURSDAY MARCH 4
Tooning Out the News – SEASON 2 PREMIERE (Paramount+)
Search Party – SEASON 3 PREMIERE (Crave 1 @ 6:30pm ET)
Celebrity Wheel of Fortune – SEASON 1 FINALE (ABC @ 8pm ET)
PUNKY BREWSTER – SERIES PREMIERE (W Network @ 8pm ET)
Soleil Moon Frye reprises her iconic role as in this continuation of the beloved 1980s sitcom about an abandoned young girl raised by a foster parent. Now all grown up, Punky is barely keeping it together as a newly single mom raising three kids when she decides to take in Izzy (Quinn Copeland), a kindred spirit from the foster system who just might be able to help Punky rediscover her old self. Cherie Johnson also reprises her role from the original series and Freddie Prinze Jr. stars as Punky’s ex-husband.
Project Bakeover – SEASON 1 FINALE (Food Network Canada @ 9pm ET)
The Chase – SEASON 1 FINALE (ABC @ 10pm ET)
FRIDAY MARCH 5
Wandavision – SEASON 1 FINALE (Disney+)
Wynonna Earp – Season 4 Spring Premiere (CTV Sci-Fi Channel @ 10pm ET)
SUNDAY MARCH 7
26th Annual Critics Choice Awards – Award Show (The CW @ 7pm ET)
Honoring the finest in cinematic and television achievement at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif.; Taye Diggs hosts.
Oprah with Meghan and Harry – 90-minute Special (Global and ABC @ 8pm ET)
Oprah Winfrey sits down with Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, for an intimate conversation.
Pennyworth – Season 2 Spring Premiere (Showcase @ 9pm ET)
Tournament of Champions – SEASON 2 PREMIERE (Food Network Canada @ 9pm ET)
Good Girls – SEASON 4 PREMIERE (NBC @ 10pm ET)
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? – Season 12 Spring Premiere (CTV and ABC @ 10pm ET)
SUPERVILLAIN: THE MAKING OF TEKASHI 6IX9INE – SEASON 1 FINALE (Crave 1 @ 10pm ET)
MONDAY MARCH 8
9-1-1 – Season 4 Winter Finale (Global and FOX @ 8pm ET)
Spring Baking Championship – SEASON 7 PREMIERE (Food Network Canada @ 8pm ET)
9-1-1: Lonestar – Season 2 Winter Finale (CTV and FOX @ 9pm ET)
Rock The Block – SEASON 2 PREMIERE (HGTV Canada @ 10pm ET)
WEDNESDAY MARCH 10
The Masked Singer – SEASON 5 PREMIERE (CTV and FOX @ 8pm ET)
GAME OF TALENTS – SERIES PREMIERE (FOX @ 9pm ET)
An all-new unscripted variety show in which contestants must guess the performers’ hidden talent, based only on their first impressions and a few wily clues. Hosted by Wayne Brady.
THURSDAY MARCH 11
GENERA+ION – SERIES PREMIERE (Crave)
High school students explore modern sexuality, testing deeply entrenched beliefs about life, love and the nature of family in their conservative community.
Station 19 – Season 4 Spring Premiere (CTV @ 7pm ET and ABC @ 8pm ET)
Grey’s Anatomy – Season 17 Spring Premiere (CTV and ABC @ 9pm ET)
A Million Little Things – Season 3 Spring Premiere (Citytv and ABC @ 10pm ET)
Go-Big Show – SEASON 1 FINALE (CTV Comedy Channel @ 10pm ET)
FRIDAY MARCH 12
Paradise PD – SEASON 3 PREMIERE (Netflix)