What to watch on TV: The Emmys, Muhammad Ali, Ariana Grande

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SUNDAY

“The Crown” and “The Mandalorian” lead the field with 24 nominations each for the “73rd Emmy Awards”. Cédric the Animator hosts. 5 p.m. CBS; also Paramount +

Float, prick, repeat: “Muhammad Ali”, the boxing legend who followed his conscience during times of turmoil, recalls this four-night documentary by Ken Burns. 8 p.m. KOCE; also from Monday to Wednesday

Woman’s life gets out of hand thanks to her new driving instructor in new thriller “Leads to kill.” 20h for life

There will be no tricks, just treats in a new season of the competitive series “Halloween Wars”. 9 p.m. Food network

The first season of the docuseries “Fiasco” plunges into the Iran-Contra affair, a political scandal that shook the Reagan administration in the mid-1980s. 10pm Épix

There’s no better place than home – a funeral home, that is – in edgy new animated comedy “Teenage Euthanasia”. Midnight, Adult Swimming

MONDAY

Sitcoms “The neighborhood” and “Bob Hearts Abishola” are back with new episodes. 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. CBS

Hide the donuts! Pop Music’s Ariana Grande Hits As Coach For New Season Of “The voice.” 8 p.m. NBC; also Tuesday

Social media influencer Olivia Jade will give her the old college tryout as one of the contenders for a new season of “Dancing with the stars.” 8 p.m. ABC

Action drama “9-1-1” answers the call for a fifth season. With Angela Bassett. 8 p.m. Fox

“NCIS” returns for a 19th season. Then say “aloha” to the last entry in the franchise, “NCIS: Hawaii”, with Vanessa Lachey. 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. CBS

Dancing show-loving contestants put their best feet forward in new behind-the-scenes drama ” The big jump. “ With “Scandal’s” Scott Foley. 9 p.m. Fox

“Mad Men’s” James Wolk is just one “Ordinary Joe” live his best life, in the plural, in this new drama that traces the possible future of a recent university graduate. 10 p.m. NBC

Find out which famous faces, unsung heroes and more were on Time magazine’s annual list in the new special “Time100”. 10 p.m. ABC

Everyday Americans share personal struggles with mental health issues in new special “Amplified Voices: Mental Health Crisis”. 10 p.m. A&E

TUESDAY

The Autism-Themed Reality Series “Love on the Spectrum” returns for Season 2. Anytime, Netflix

Crossing alert! The season premieres of “FBI” and “FBI: the most wanted” continue a story that ends on the start of “FBI: international. “ 10 p.m. CBS

Is there a doctor in the house? Yes, several in fact like “The resident” and “New Amsterdam” come back with new episodes. 8 p.m. Fox; 10 p.m. NBC

Single mom / entrepreneur aims to join black upper class in soapy new drama “Our kind of people.” With Yaya DaCosta. 9 p.m. Fox

WEDNESDAY

The satirical series “Dear Whites” returns with its fourth and final season. At any time, Netflix

Forgive him “Intrusion.” Freida Pinto (“Slumdog Millionaire”) stars in this 2021 home invasion thriller. Anytime, Netflix

It’s a matter of life and death in “Last chance transplant”, a new docuseries of “GMA’s” Robin Roberts. At any time, Discovery +

The docuseries “Monsters Within: The 24 Faces of Billy Milligan” recalls the case of an accused serial rapist who was diagnosed with multiple personality disorder. At any time, Netflix

Everyone’s Favorite Space Opera Franchise Gets a Touch of Japanese Anime Style in New Anthology Series “Star Wars: Visions.” At any time, Disney +

Drew Carey, James Corden and Gary Sinise pull over “Jay Leno’s Garage” in the season premiere. 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. CNBC

Jeff Probst is your hobst with the mobst for yet another season of “Survivor.” 8 p.m. CBS

This small town: “Chicago Med”, “Chicago Fire” and “Chicago PD” all come back with new seasons. 8 p.m., 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. NBC

The season premiere of “The Goldbergs” pays homage to Pops, the adorable character played by the late George Segal who died in March. 8 p.m. ABC

More famous faces perform incognito in a new season of “The Masked Singer.” Then the budding singers pose as their own digital avatars in the new series. “Alter ego.” 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. Renard; also thursday

Black youth learns life lessons in late 1960s in Montgomery, Ala., During reboot of 1988–1993 sitcom “The beautiful years.” Don Cheadle relates. 8:30 p.m. ABC

The “Roseanne” spin-off “The Conners” and the sitcom Topher Grace “Domestical economy” are also back with new episodes. 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. ABC

Chicago-based dermatologist plies her craft in new unscripted series “Dr. Mercy.” 9:00 p.m.

The Boston ensemble drama “A million little things” returns for a fourth season. 10 p.m. ABC

THURSDAY

Most popular prehistoric family since the Flintstones are back in new animated series “The Croods: Family Tree. “ Anytime, Hulu, Peacock

Enter the mind of a serial killer in new documentary “The Toolbox Killer.” At any time, peacock

Teen rapper Alaya High goes with the flow in new sitcom “This girl was in bed.” 7:30 p.m. Nickelodeon

“Law & Order: Special Victims Assistance Unit” launches its 23rd season and “Law and order: organized crime” his second. 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. NBC

“Kenny Rogers: Everything for the player” captures Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie et al., in a 2017 star-studded tribute to the country music legend who died in 2020. 9 p.m. CBS

FRIDAY

Two ballerinas clash over career contract in 2021 Paris drama “Birds of Paradise.” At any time, Amazon Prime

It’s about stripping, and we’re not talking about furniture, in the new true crime series “The curse of the Chippendales.” At any time, Discovery +

The fight for the future is engaged in “Foundation,” a new drama based on the classic science fiction saga of novelist Isaac Asimov. The stars of “Chernobyl” Jared Harris. Apple TV +

Billy Bob Thornton returns for fourth and final season of legal drama “Goliath.” At any time, Amazon Prime

A new batch of amateur bakers will leave no scone unmoved in new episodes of “The Great British Baking Show.” At any time, Netflix

They’re doing their time in a women’s correctional facility in the Big Easy in the new docuseries “Jailbirds New Orleans.” At any time, Netflix

This new priest is evil – evil, I tell you! – in the new supernatural drama “Midnight Mass.” The stars of Hamish Linklater. At any time, Netflix

Models of all shapes, colors and sizes strut around wearing Rihanna’s latest lingerie line for the “Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3.” At any time, Amazon Prime

Ladies and gentlemen, Weeknd’s halftime performance at Super Bowl LV is being reviewed in the new docuspecial “The show.” 9 p.m. Show time

SATURDAY

Hell doesn’t have a fury like Carey Mulligan in provocative 2020 revenge thriller from writer-director Emerald Fennell “Young promising woman”. 8 p.m. HBO

She’s the terror in a tiara in the new thriller “Mortal debutante”. With Angelina Boris and Natalia De Mendoza. 20h for life

Meanwhile, back at the ranch: writer reconnects with her ex-husband in new TV movie “Take the reins. “ 9 p.m. Hallmark Channel

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