Official Premiere Week brings the debuts of 11 new network shows.

Metacritic provides the calendar:

MON / September 25

The Big Bang Theory Comedy CBS 8p
58 The Brave NEW Trailer Drama NBC 10p
This military procedural (from one of the producers of Showtime’s Homeland) centers on an elite group of undercover Special Ops troops and the analysts at the Defense Intelligence Agency who lead them. Anne Heche and Mike Vogel star. The series comes from Dean Georgaris, a relative newcomer to TV who wrote the screenplay for the 2004 remake of The Manchurian Candidate as well as a Lara Croft movie.
Clinica de Migrantes MOVIE Trailer Documentary HBO 9p
53 The Good Doctor NEW Trailer Drama ABC 10p
A brilliant but socially awkward doctor who works in a prestigious hospital, in a drama created by David Shore? You’ve seen it before, and you’ll see it again this season. But The Good Doctor‘s Shaun Murphy (Bates Motel‘s Freddie Highmore) isn’t exactly the second coming of Dr. Gregory House. For one thing, he’s a surgeon. And that lack of social grace? Rather than misanthropy, it’s autism. Shore adapted the drama (along with actor Daniel Dae Kim, who produces but does not star) from a South Korean series. Richard Schiff also stars.
Halloween Baking Championship Reality competition Food, 9p
Kevin Can Wait Comedy CBS 9p
Leah Remini, who appeared in the season 1 finale, joins the series as a regular for season 2, while season 1 co-star Erinn Hayes has been dropped from the cast.
52 Me, Myself & I NEW Trailer Comedy CBS 9:30p
This uniquely structured single-camera comedy focuses on one man’s life in three different time periods. John Larroquette plays him as a 65-year-old (25 years in the future), Bobby Moynihan stars as the 40-year-old, present-day version, and youngster Jack Dylan Grazer will play him as a 14-year-old in scenes set in 1991. Dan Kopelman (Galavant, Malcolm in the Middle) is the creator of the series, which also stars Brian Unger, Jaleel White, and Mandell Maughan.
The Opposition With Jordan Klepper NEW Trailer Clip Talk/Comedy Comedy Central 11:30p
The Daily Show correspondent gets his own nightly topical series which will find him satirizing alt-right media outlets like Infowars.
Scorpion Drama CBS 10p
The Voice Reality competition NBC 8p
63 Young Sheldon NEW Trailer Comedy CBS 8:30p
Chuck Lorre’s first single-camera comedy is a spinoff from The Big Bang Theory centering on that show’s Sheldon Cooper back when he was a 9-year-old child attending high school (not a typo) in East Texas. You obviously won’t see Jim Parsons (who plays Cooper in the original series) in the prequel—Iain Armitage (Big Little Lies) plays the youngster—but you will hear him narrating the series. Annie Potts co-stars as Meemaw, while Chuck Lorre and Steven Molaro are among the producers, and Jon Favreau directs tonight’s opener. Special sneak preview tonight; the series returns on November 2 in its normal timeslot (Thursdays at 8:30p).xxx

TUE / September 26
90’s House Reality VH1, 11p
American High School NEW Documentary Nat Geo, 9p
Big Bad BBQ Brawl Reality competition Cooking, 10p
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Comedy Fox 9:30p
Bull Drama CBS 9p
Def Comedy Jam 25 SPECIAL Trailer Comedy Netflix
65 Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders NEW Trailer Drama NBC 10p
Dick Wolf’s latest NBC series finds the producer venturing into the (apparently) still-hot true crime genre. This eight-episode series examines one of the most sensational 1990s criminal cases not involving a former NFL player: the trial of brothers Lyle and Erik Menendez for the murders of their parents. Edie Falco plays defense attorney Leslie Abramson, while other cast members include Julianne Nicholson, Josh Charles, Heather Graham, and Anthony Edwards. Law & Order vet Rene Balcer writes and serves as showrunner, and Lesli Linka Glatter (Mad Men, Twin Peaks) directs and produces. If ratings are good, consider this the first season in an ongoing anthology; if not, it’s merely a miniseries.
Lethal Weapon Drama Fox 8p
Blindspot‘s Michelle Hurd will leave that show to join Lethal Weapon in a recurring capacity in this second season.
The Mick Comedy Fox 9p
NCIS Drama CBS 8p
Maria Bello joins the cast for this 15th season (though she won’t make her debut until next month).
NCIS: New Orleans Drama CBS 10p
Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge Reality competition CMT, 10p
Terrace House: Aloha State Foreign/Reality Netflix
This Is Us Drama NBC 9p
NBC’s hit drama newcomer returns for a 2nd season, which will feature Sylvester Stallone in a potentially recurring guest role.
Wishenpoof Animation/Family Amazon
WED / September 27
50 Central NEW Variety BET, 10:30p
American Housewife Comedy ABC 9:30p
Best Baker in America NEW Reality Food, 10p
The Blacklist Drama NBC 8p
Chicago P.D. Drama NBC 10p
Criminal Minds Drama CBS 10p
Designated Survivor Drama ABC 10p
Empire Drama Fox 8p
Characters from both Empire and Star will appear on both shows for tonight’s season premieres.
Face Value NEW Game show BET, 10p
The Goldbergs Comedy ABC 8p
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Drama NBC 9p
Liar NEW Drama Sundance, 10p
Six-part British psychological thriller from brothers Harry and Jack Williams (The Missing) stars Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd.
Modern Family Comedy ABC 9p
Rosehaven NEW Trailer Comedy Sundance, 11p
The first season of the Australian comedy series (about two friends who begin living in an eccentric Tasmanian small town) makes its American debut after first airing in its native country last year. The brand new second season will also air on Sundance immediately following the conclusion of season 1 (beginning October 25).
SEAL Team NEW Trailer Drama CBS 9p
This relatively self-explanatory military procedural from Benjamin Cavell (Justified, Homeland, Sneaky Pete) focuses on a group of elite Navy SEALS during training, planning, and execution of high-stakes clandestine missions. David Boreanaz (replacing the originally cast Jim Caviezel) stars alongside Jessica Paré and Max Thieriot.
Speechless Comedy ABC 8:30p
Star Drama Fox 9p
Survivor Reality competition CBS 8p
THU / September 28
Chicago Fire Drama NBC 10p
86 The Good Place Comedy NBC 8:30p
Series moves to its regular timeslot.
Great News Comedy NBC 9:30p
Tina Fey will join the cast for at least 7 episodes this season, playing a character described as “Sheryl Sandberg on steroids.” Veep‘s Reid Scott will also have a recurring role.
Grey’s Anatomy Drama ABC 8p
Special two-hour season premiere.
How to Get Away With Murder Drama ABC 10p
Jimmy Smits and Esai Morales join the cast for the fourth season.
Late Nite Eats NEW Reality Cooking, 10p ET
Mary Mary Reality WE, 9p
Nathan for You Trailer Comedy Comedy Central 10p
NFL Thursday Night Football Sports/Live event CBS 8p ET
The President Show Comedy Comedy Central Midnight
The Rundown With Robin Thede NEW Comedy/Talk BET, 11p
New Chris Rock-produced weekly topical comedy series is hosted by former The Nightly Show head writer Robin Thede.
Secret Lives of the Super Rich Reality CNBC, 10p
StartUp Trailer Drama Crackle
Superstore Comedy NBC 8p
Will & Grace Trailer Comedy NBC 9p
It went off the air in 2006 after eight seasons, 184 episodes, and 83 Emmy nominations, but NBC’s groundbreaking sitcom Will & Grace is back for 12 16 new episodes, and has already been renewed for another season. The core cast of Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally return—as do series creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan and director James Burrows.
FRI / September 29
Active Shooter: America Under Fire NEW Trailer Documentary Showtime 9p
Eight-part documentary series examines recent mass shooting events in the United States.
Anjelah Johnson: Mahalo & Goodnight SPECIAL Comedy Epix, 10p
Big Mouth NEW Trailer Animation/Comedy Netflix
New adult-targeted animated series (about teenagers) from comedian Nick Kroll and Family Guy’s Andrew Goldberg features the voices of Kroll and longtime collaborator John Mulaney, plus Jason Mantzoukas, Jordan Peele, Fred Armisen, Maya Rudolph, Jenny Slate, and Jessi Klein.
Blue Bloods Drama CBS 10p
Club de Cuervos Trailer Foreign/Drama/Comedy Netflix
Dateline NBC Newsmagazine NBC 9p
The Exorcist Drama/Horror Fox 9p
John Cho and Zuleikha Robinson join a mostly retooled cast for the second season, which follows a different possession.
Gerald’s Game MOVIE Trailer Horror/Thriller Netflix
Mike Flanagan (Ouija: Origin of Evil) directs an adaptation of the Stephen King novel. Carla Gugino and Bruce Greenwood star.
Hawaii Five-0 Drama CBS 9p
Longtime co-stars Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park will not be back for this eighth season.
Hell’s Kitchen Trailer Reality Fox 8p
All-star edition.
Long Shot MOVIE Trailer Documentary Netflix
In this Netflix original crime documentary, a man is arrested for a murder he did not commit. His alibi turns out to be an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
MacGyver Drama CBS 8p
The Magic School Bus Rides Again NEW Trailer Animation/Family Netflix
Revival of the classic educational children’s show features a new theme song by Hamilton‘s Lin-Manuel Miranda. Kate McKinnon stars, but you’ll also hear from the original show’s Lily Tomlin.
35 Marvel’s Inhumans NEW Trailer1 Trailer2 Drama ABC 8p
ABC’s third Marvel series is not a spinoff from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (nor a replacement for the planned but delayed Inhumans feature film) but rather a separate series focusing on the super-powered Inhumans royal family. (Think of them as a Disney-owned version of the X-Men mutants.) Anson Mount (Hell on Wheels) heads the cast as Black Bolt and Serinda Swan (Ballers) plays his wife Medusa, while Scott Buck (Dexter, Marvel’s Iron Fist) serves as showrunner. The Hawaii-set series will get an unconventional (and unprecedented) rollout: tonight’s double-episode opener will actually debut first on 1,000 IMAX screens, with a two-week run beginning September 1st. (Those big-screen episodes will actually be filmed entirely with IMAX cameras and be financed by IMAX.) But given fans’ reactions to the two trailers unveiled so far (hint: not good), it may be hard for Marvel to fill those theaters.
70 Our Souls at Night MOVIE Trailer Drama Netflix
Frequent co-stars Jane Fonda and Robert Redford reunite for an adaptation of Kent Haruf’s novel from (500) Days of Summer writers Scott Neustadter Michael H. Weber.
Paul Hollywood’s Big Continental Road Trip NEW Reality Netflix
Real Rob Trailer Comedy Netflix
Tin Star NEW Trailer Drama Amazon
A British cop (Tim Roth) relocates to the Canadian Rockies, where he becomes a small town police chief. The 10-episode UK production from Rowan Joffé (28 Weeks Later) also stars Christina Hendricks.
Z Nation Drama/Horror Syfy, 9p
SAT / September 30
48 Hours Newsmagazine CBS 10p
Cake Boss Reality TLC, 8p
The Disappearance of Maura Murray NEW Reality Oxygen, 9p
Dr. Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet Reality Animal Planet, 9p
Felipe Esparza: Translate This SPECIAL Comedy HBO 10p
Iyanla: Fix My Life Reality OWN, 9p
My Big Fat Pet Makeover NEW Reality Animal Planet, 10p
Released NEW Reality OWN, 10p
Saturday Night Live Comedy NBC 11:30p ET
Following a successful experiment at the end of last season, this 43rd season (including tonight’s premiere with Ryan Gosling and Jay-Z) will air live across the country (with taped replays at 11:30p on the West Coast).
Versailles Trailer Drama Ovation, 10p ET

SUN / October 1
Alaska: The Last Frontier Reality Discovery, 9p
Bob’s Burgers Animation/Comedy Fox 7:30p
This eighth season will feature an hour-long holiday musical episode as well as an episode completely animated by fans.
Criminal Confessions NEW Reality Oxygen, 7p
Curb Your Enthusiasm Trailer Comedy HBO 10p
The Larry David comedy returns with its first new episodes since 2011. Expect guest appearances from Bryan Cranston, Nick Offerman, Jimmy Kimmel, Lauren Graham, Elizabeth Banks, Carrie Brownstein, Elizabeth Perkins, Ed Begley, Jr., and Nasim Pedrad (plus familiar faces like Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen, Richard Lewis, and Bob Einstein).
Family Guy Animation/Comedy Fox 9p
Ghosted NEW Trailer Comedy Fox 8:30p
From TV newcomer Tom Gormican (That Awkward Moment) comes a sort of comedic take on the X-Files formula—yes, on the same network that actually airs The X-Files. A skeptic (Craig Robinson) is paired with a brilliant true believer (Adam Scott) by a secret government agency to investigate paranormal activity in Los Angeles, uncovering a much larger, world-threatening mystery in the process. Ally Walker and Amber Stevens West (The Carmichael Show) also star. Jonathan Krisel (Portlandia, Baskets) directs the pilot and is among the producers, as are Naomi Scott and Kevin Etten (Workaholics), with the latter serving as showrunner.
Halloween Wars Reality competition Food, 9p
Keeping Up With the Kardashians Reality E!, 9p
The Last Man on Earth Comedy Fox 9:30p
NCIS: Los Angeles Drama CBS 9:30p
Nia Long joins the cast for the show’s 9th season.
Poldark Drama PBS 9p
Shark Tank Reality competition ABC 8p
The Simpsons Animation/Comedy Fox 8p
StarTalk With Neil deGrasse Tyson Talk/Science Nat Geo, 11p
Ten Days in the Valley NEW Trailer Drama ABC 10p
Ordered straight to series last August, this 10-episode thriller from Tassie Cameron (Rookie Blue) stars Kyra Sedgwick as an overworked producer of a controversial TV show and mother in the middle of separating from her husband. When her young daughter goes missing in the middle of the night, her work and personal lives implode. Joining Sedgwick (who takes over for the originally cast Demi Moore) in the cast are Erika Christensen and Malcolm-Jamal Warner.
The Toy Box Reality competition ABC 7p
Wisdom of the Crowd NEW Trailer Drama CBS 8:30p
If you miss Person of Interest, then CBS has a new high-tech crime procedural for you. TV’s Jeremy Piven stars in this adaptation of an Israeli series as a Bay Area tech innovator who creates a cutting-edge crowdsourcing app to solve his daughter’s murder, and finds out that it can be used to solve other crimes as well. (If we had to guess, we’d say it’s able to solve an average of one crime per week, not including holidays.) Monica Potter and Richard T. Jones also star.