We are only one week away from the network upfront week when the fall TV schedules will be revealed. That means news of renewals and cancellations may be fast and furious this week.
7pm – America’s Funniest Home Videos
8pm – American Idol
10pm – The Rookie
7pm – 60 Minutes
8pm – The Equalizer – just renewed for two more seasons
9pm – NCIS: Los Angeles
10pm – SWAT
8pm – Riverdale
9pm – Whose Line Is It Anyway – a repeat
9:30pm – Would I Lie To You – a repeat
7:30pm – Duncanville
8pm – The Simpsons
8:30pm – The Great North
9pm – Bob’s Burgers
9:30pm – Family Guy
7pm – American Ninja Warrior Women’s Championship
9pm – A Saturday Night Live Mother’s Day
Various Non-Streaming Options
The season finale of Call the Midwife is on PBS at 8 followed by Ridley Road at 9.
Stanley Tucci: Searching For Italy is on CNN at 9 followed by Nomad with Carlton McCoy at 10.
Naked and Afraid is on Discovery at 7 and 8.
Wicked Tuna is on National Geographic at 9 followed by Something Bit Me! At 10.
The Food That Built America is on History at 9 followed by The Fast History Of at 10 and 10:30.
Worst Cooks in America is on Food Network at 9 followed by Inside Eats with Rhett and Link at 10:30.
Home Town Kickstart is on HGTV at 8 followed by Building Roots at 9.
Family Dinner is on Magnolia at 8.
Real Housewives of Atlanta is on Bravo at 8 followed by the series premiere of Love Match Atlanta at 9 and Kandi & the Gang at 10.
Ten Percent is on BBC America at 10.
Fear the Walking Dead is on AMC at 9 followed by 61st Street at 10.
When Calls the Heart is on Hallmark at 8.
On the Premium Channels
Gaslit is on Starz at 8.
VICE is on Showtime at 8 followed by I Love That For You at 8:30, The Fist Lady at 9, and The Man Who Fell to Earth at 10.
Billy the Kid is on Epix at 9.
The season finale of Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty is on HBO at 9 followed by Barry at 10, The Baby at 10:30, and Last Week Tonight With John Oliver at 11.
The last half of the Fear the Walking Dead season has been boring. They are doing what the main show did during Covid where all of the characters are split up and each episode focuses on a small group. It’s not a recipe for success.
I’ve enjoyed Winning Time. I’m glad there will be a second season.
My wife is happy The Equalizer was renewed. It is one of her favorites.