Global’s Fall 2019 Schedule

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global fall schedule 2019

Corus Entertainment has announced Global’s lineup for the upcoming 2019-2020 television season.

New shows joining Global’s primetime lineup include Prodigal Son, The Unicorn, Carol’s Second Act, Kids Say the Darnedest Things and Evil. Global has also picked up the final season of Modern Family and the second season of Single Parents — both ABC comedies previously aired on Citytv.

Tamron Hall’s new talks how (Tamron Hall) joins the Global daytime lineup, which already includes Days of our Lives (1 p.m. ET), The Young and the Restless (4:30 p.m. ET) and The Talk (2 p.m. ET). Canadian Lilly Singh’s new late night series, A Little Late with Lilly Singh (1:35 a.m.) joins The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (11:35 p.m.) in Global late night.

Global has also announced an eight season of Big Brother Canada which is set to premiere in Winter 2020. Private Eyes will also be back for a fourth season, which will debut in Summer 2020, along with new shows Departure (early 2020) and Nurses (early 2020).

Midseason imports include FBI spinoff FBI: Most Wanted, Broke and TommyWill & Grace will also be back in midseason.

Full episodes will be made available online at GlobalTV.com, on demand and on the Global Go apps on Android, iOS and Apple TV.

Global’s Fall 2019 Schedule (new show descriptions below):

Monday
7 p.m. — Entertainment Tonight
7:30 p.m. — ET Canada
8 p.m. — 9-1-1 (s/Fox)
9 p.m. — Prodigal Son (s/Fox)
10 p.m. — Bull (s/CBS)

Tuesday
7 p.m. — NCIS: New Orleans (pre-release CBS)
8 p.m. — NCIS (s/CBS)
9 p.m. — FBI (s/CBS)
10 p.m. — New Amsterdam (s/NBC)

Wednesday
7 p.m. — Entertainment Tonight
7:30 p.m. — ET Canada
8 p.m. — Survivor (s/CBS)
9 p.m. — Family Guy (s/ABC)
9:30 p.m. — Single Parents (s/ABC)
10 p.m. — S.W.A.T. (s/CBS)

Thursday
7 p.m. — Entertainment Tonight
7:30 p.m. — ET Canada
8 p.m. — Superstore (s/NBC)
8:30 p.m. — The Unicorn (s/CBS)
9 p.m. — The Good Place (s/NBC)
9:30 p.m. — Carol’s Second Act (s/CBS)
10 p.m. — Evil (s/CBS)

Friday
7 p.m. — Entertainment Tonight
7:30 p.m. — ET Canada
8 p.m. — Hawaii Five-0 (s/CBS)
9 p.m. — The Blacklist (post-release NBC)
10 p.m. — SEAL Team (post-release CBS)

Saturday
11:30 p.m. — Saturday Night Live (s/NBC)

Sunday
7 p.m. — Border Security
7:30 p.m. — Border Security
8 p.m. — Kids Say the Darndest Things (s/ABC)
9 p.m. — NCIS: Los Angeles (s/CBS)
10 p.m. — Madam Secretary (s/CBS)

A LITTLE LATE WITH LILLY SINGH — half-hour program with an array of guests. Singh will conduct in-studio interviews as well as create and star in pre-taped comedy sketches and signature segments. 

CAROL’S SECOND ACT — Emmy® Award winner Patricia Heaton stars in Carol’s Second Act, a comedy about a woman who embarks on a unique second act after raising her children, getting divorced, and retiring from teaching to pursuing her dream of becoming a doctor. At age 50, Carol is a medical intern who must sink or swim with peers who are half her age. It’s her enthusiasm, perspective and yes, even her age, that may be exactly what will make her second act a great success. Cast: Patricia Heaton, Kyle MacLachlan, Ito Aghayere, Jean-Luc Bilodeau, and Sabrina Jalees. 

EVIL Evil is a psychological mystery that examines the origins of evil along the dividing line between science and religion. The series focuses on a skeptical female psychologist who joins a priest-in-training and a carpenter as they investigate the Church’s backlog of unexplained mysteries, including supposed miracles, demonic possessions, and hauntings. Their job is to assess if there’s a logical explanation or if something truly supernatural is at work. Cast: Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, Aasif Mandvi, Michael Emerson, Brooklyn Shuck, Skylar Gray, Maddy Crocco, and Dalya Knapp. 

KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS — a new iteration of the classic variety show, hosted and executive produced by comedic superstar Tiffany Haddish. The hilarious reimagined format showcases a mix of in- studio segments and taped pieces from across the country, all set in front of a live studio audience. The series captures Haddish’s unique voice and sensibility as she interacts with real kids – and their innocently entertaining points of view. Each episode highlights the comedic perspectives of a diverse group of kids in segments, such as “Kids Rule,” in which kids explain to Tiffany the rules for everything from sportsmanship to dating; “Love Talk,” where Tiffany seeks advice on her love life; “Best Carpool Ever,” with Tiffany taking on carpool duty with a minivan full of kids; “Granny Tiff,” when Tiffany, in prosthetics and dressed up as an older woman, receives technology advice from the kids; and more. 

TAMRON HALL — From the deeply moving to the purely fun, Tamron Hall will be a daily destination for all things topical and a platform for viewers to connect with the people who are shaping our world. Tamron Hall will be executive produced by Bill Geddie and Tamron Hall. 

THE UNICORN — a single-camera comedy about a tight-knit group of best friends and family who help Wade (Walton Goggins) embrace his “new normal” in the wake of the loss of his wife one year ago. As a sometimes ill-equipped but always devoted single parent to his two adolescent daughters, he is taking the major step of dating again. To Wade’s amazement, he’s a hot commodity with women, and his friends explain that he’s the perfect single guy – a “unicorn”: employed, attractive, and with a proven track record of commitment. With his daughters and best friends rooting him on and hoping he’ll find happiness again, Wade and his healing heart are ready to try life, and love, again. Cast: Walton Goggins, Rob Corddry, Michaela Watkins, Omar Benson Miller, Maya Lynne Robinson, Ruby Jay, and Makenzie Moss. 

PRODIGAL SON — follows criminal psychologist Malcolm Bright (Tom Payne) as he uses his twisted genius to get inside the minds of murderers to help the NYPD solve cases. As Bright helps track down the city’s most dangerous criminals, he also battles his own demons. Cast: Tom Payne, Lou Phillips, Aurora Perrineau, Frank Harts, Halston Sage, Keiko Agena, Bellamy Young, and Michael Sheen.

BROKE (Midseason) — Jaime Camil and Pauley Perrette star in Broke, a comedy about Jackie (Pauley Perrette), a single suburban mother who’s shocked when her estranged sister, Elizabeth (Natasha Leggero), her sister’s outrageously wealthy, big-hearted, Latin husband, Javier (Camil), and Javier’s fiercely loyal assistant/driver/friend land on her doorstep in need of a place to live after the couple’s money dries up. Though class differences may separate the women, and the size of the house and the number of people living in it will test the limits of family ties, the familiar bond of sisterhood might be the catalyst they need to restore their relationship. Cast: Jaime Camil, Pauley Perrette, Natasha Leggero, Izzy Diaz, and Antonio Corbo. 

FBI: MOST WANTED (Midseason) — From Emmy® Award winner Dick Wolf and the team behind FBI and the Law & Order franchise, FBI: Most Wanted is a high stakes drama that focuses on the Fugitive Task Force, which relentlessly tracks and captures the notorious criminals on the Bureau’s Most Wanted list. Seasoned agent Jess LaCroix (Julian McMahon) oversees the highly skilled team which functions as a mobile undercover unit that’s always out in the field, pursuing those who are most desperate to elude justice. Cast: Julian McMahon, Alana De La Garza, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Kellan Lutz, Roxy Sternberg, and Nathaniel Arcand. 

TOMMY (Midseason) — Multiple Emmy® Award winner Edie Falco stars in Tommy as a former high-ranking NYPD officer who becomes the first female Chief of Police for Los Angeles. A true blue New Yorker, Abigail “Tommy” Thomas (Edie Falco) uses her unflinching honesty and hardball tactics to keep social, political, and national security issues from hindering effective law enforcement in the Southland. Cast: Edie Falco, Michael Chernus, Adelaide Clemens, David Fierro, Russell G. Jones as Aurelius Looper, Olivia Lucy Phillip as Kate Jones, and Joseph Lyle Taylor as Treat Dudik. 

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