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    Global Fall 2020 schedule

    June 23, 2020
    COMING SOON: GLOBAL’S NEW AND RETURNING SERIES FOR 2020/2021
    New Global Original Event Series Departure, Plus Newly Licensed Series The Equalizer and neXt Headline Global’s Fall Schedule

    Season 4 of Global Original Private Eyes Joins Returning Fall-Favourite Hits New Amsterdam, Survivor, Evil, and More
    2020 Canadian Country Music Awards Saddle Up September 27th with All-New Production Format on Global
    Global Original Legal Drama Family Law and Season 2 of Medical Drama Nurses Slated for 2021
    Stream Anytime with the Global TV App


    For Immediate Release

    TORONTO, June 23, 2020 – Today Global unveiled its 2020/21 programming slate loaded with new, high profile series and returning hits to create a dynamic and solid schedule of premium content. On the heels of yesterday’s announcement about new pickups 60 Minutes and 48 Hours, Global adds three new primetime shows to its fall lineup. Starring Emmy® winner Archie Panjabi (The Good Wife) and Oscar® winner Christopher Plummer (All The Money In The World), the much-anticipated North American debut of Global Original event series Departure lands this fall on Global, along with licensed series The Equalizer starring Queen Latifah (Chicago, Bessie), who also serves as executive producer, and sci-fi drama neXt starring John Slattery (Mad Men). These new series join Global’s 19 returning primetime hit shows offering compelling dramas, hilarious comedies, and beloved reality series.

    “During an unprecedented time of uncertainty with production shutdowns, Global has built a balanced and trusted schedule with content ready to air this fall,” said Troy Reeb, Executive Vice President, Broadcast Networks, Corus Entertainment. “Featuring buzz-worthy new dramas and proven successful hits, Global is positioned to deliver viewers a solid and entertaining fall lineup.”

    NEW FALL PRIMETIME SERIES
    Departure
    Departure is a six-part event series that follows the investigation into the shocking disappearance of Flight 716, a passenger plane that vanishes over the Atlantic Ocean. Brilliant investigator Kendra Malley (Panjabi) is brought in by her mentor Howard Lawson (Plummer) to lead the team looking into the crash. Click here to watch the trailer.

    The Equalizer
    The Equalizer is a reimagining of the classic series starring Academy Award® nominee and multi-hyphenate Queen Latifah (Chicago, Bessie) as Robyn McCall, an enigmatic woman with a mysterious background who uses her extensive skills to help those with nowhere else to turn. McCall presents to most as an average single mom who is quietly raising her teenage daughter. But to a trusted few, she is The Equalizer – an anonymous guardian angel and defender of the downtrodden, who’s also dogged in her pursuit of personal redemption.

    neXt
    From creator and executive producer Manny Coto (24: Legacy) and executive producers and directors John Requa and Glenn Ficarra (This Is Us), neXt is a propulsive, fact-based thriller about the emergence of a deadly, rogue artificial intelligence that combines pulse-pounding action with a layered examination of how technology is invading our lives and transforming us in ways we don’t yet understand. Click here to watch the trailer.

    MEDIA NOTE: Full descriptions of Global’s new fall series available for download here.

    RETURNING SERIES AND SPECIALS
    In addition to Global’s star-studded new series, Global welcomes back an impressive roster of 30 perennial hits across all TV genres this fall.

    DRAMA AND REALITY
    From character-driven dramas, to crime solving investigative series, Global is home to some of the boldest dramas and most adventurous reality series on TV including: medical drama and last fall’s Top 10 program New Amsterdam; psychological thriller Evil; Dick Wolf’s Top 20 hits for total viewers FBI and FBI: Most Wanted*; captivating crime thriller The Blacklist; action-adventure series MacGyver; military drama SEAL Team; Top 20 legal drama Bull; and franchise juggernaut NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles and NCIS: New Orleans.

    Last fall and spring’s most-watched series, reality champ Survivor returns for a 41st Season offering viewers more must-see TV moments.

    COMEDY
    Global packs on the laughs this fall with returning comedy favourites The Neighborhood starring Cedric the Entertainer and Max Greenfield and The Unicorn starring Walton Goggins.

    Plus, fresh off its win of the coveted Golden Screen Award for Canada’s most-watched comedy or drama, smash-hit detective series Private Eyes Season 4 joins Global’s fall lineup. Featuring 12 new episodes, Shade (Jason Priestley) and Angie (Cindy Sampson) are back on the case and have their hands full of new twisty, thrilling, and dangerous cases to solve. Production partners Corus Entertainment and leading independent studio Entertainment One (eOne) are also proud to announce the renewal for Season 5 of the popular international hit series, which will air on Global later in 2021.

    SPECIALS
    Global celebrates the best of Canadian country music with 2020 Canadian Country Music Awards airing Sunday, September 27 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Global. Uniting fans and an entire nation, this year’s broadcast will take place in both Toronto and Nashville and feature performances, collaborations, and some heartfelt surprise moments. With a backdrop of rolling hills and wide-open spaces, the CCMA’s are bringing country back to the country for this incredibly special show in an all-new format.

    NEWS, FACTUAL, AND ENTERTAINMENT
    Committed to providing Canadians with accurate, balanced, timely and comprehensive news coverage, Global News has become the #1 digital news brand in Canada** with content being consumed on more platforms than any other news outlet in the country. Global News continues into 2020/21 with flagship newscast Global National, and local daily newscasts across the country.

    New this fall, Emmy® Award-winning newsmagazine 60 Minutes, and the award-winning law and justice series 48 Hours, join Global’s repertoire of compelling investigative storytelling and crime genre, along with a new season of Global’s Crime Beat, a true crime series that takes viewers deep into some of Canada’s most infamous criminal cases.

    For the lifestyle and entertainment lovers, The Morning Show returns with a new season featuring celebrity guests, lifestyle contributors, and fun informative segments. Hosted by Jeff McArthur and Carolyn MacKenzie, The Morning Show touches on all the trending topics that Canadians are talking about. Then, always delivering the latest in entertainment news, ET Canada returns for a 16th season. Hosted by Cheryl Hickey, with Senior Entertainment Reporter Roz Weston, Entertainment Reporters Sangita Patel and Carlos Bustamante, Correspondent Keshia Chanté, and Digital Reporters Graeme O’Neil and Morgan Hoffman, ET Canada continues to bring viewers closer to the stars with exclusive interviews and specials with the biggest celebrities in Hollywood.

    DAYTIME AND LATE NIGHT
    Keeping viewers entertained from day to night, Global offers engaging and entertaining content throughout the day with returning daytime talk show series The Talk, Tamron Hall and Rachael Ray. While Global’s late night offering also returns with a new season of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Season 2 of freshman series A Little Late with Lilly Singh, while EMMY® Award-winning series Saturday Night Live will also return.

    A full list of premiere dates and times from Global’s fall lineup will be announced soon.

    2021

    Looking ahead to 2021, Global serves up fresh Original content and top performing returning shows. Last fall’s #1 new series Prodigal Son returns for a bone-chilling sophomore season, along with Season 4 of Canada’s Top 5 program 9-1-1, and the adrenaline-fueled S.W.A.T. Global Original legal drama Family Law debuts starring Jewel Staite (Firefly) and Victor Garber (DC’s Legends of Tomorrow), and Season 2 of Global original breakout hit Nurses, from ICF Films and eOne, also joins the 2021 schedule.

    https://www.corusent.com/news/global-2020-upfront/

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    Superstore againt skipped the schedule. Next was on CTV's purchased last year, they took that over.

    2 Canadian dramas on the fall schedule is big for them (or CTV). They often had zero lately.

    Hopefully getting 60 minutes and the entire CBS line-up on Sundays doesn't mean they will wait for CBS football to be over and we will be able to get the shows on schedule time and not simulcast when football overruns.

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    With S.W.A.T. returning in the fall and Survivor out, I would assume Global's Wednesdays are going to look like this:

    8:00pm Private Eyes
    9:00pm SEAL Team (s-CBS)
    10:00pm S.W.A.T. (s-CBS)

    Unless they don't want to have Private Eyes against The Masked Singer and then it;s anyone's guest where it would go. It could alos replace any shows that is not ready in the fal as US networks are hoping. At this point, none of them will be ready for late September except maybe those filming in Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtlguy View Post
    Unless they don't want to have Private Eyes against The Masked Singer and then it;s anyone's guest where it would go. It could alos replace any shows that is not ready in the fal as US networks are hoping. At this point, none of them will be ready for late September except maybe those filming in Canada.
    CBS' schedule is too optimistic while The CW's was safer, realistic. Global has to follow throught.

    Los Angeles (where SWAT is filmed and requires many outdoor scenes) is actually seeing a spike in corona meaning more delays.
    Filming resuming in Vancouver require american cast & crew have to leave their LA home, cross the border to Canada, and quarantine themselves a few days before coming back to the filming locations. Also presume some series have to film their respective season finales whose scripts weren't adapted for filming social distancing scenes.

    Mysterious times we live in.
    We had a good run: 2006 to 2020. Thanks for the informations and debates.

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    The Update has arrive!

    September 8, 2020
    GLOBAL ANNOUNCES PREMIERE DATES AND NEW SERIES PICKUPS FOR FALL 2020

    New Series Include Manhunt: Deadly Games, I Can See Your Voice, One Day at a Time, The FBI: Declassified, The Greatest #AtHome Videos and 48 Hours: Suspicion
    Global Original Series Departure Takes Off October 8
    The 55th Academy Of Country Music Awards™ Debuts September 16, Followed by the 2020 Canadian Country Music Association Awards September 27
    ET Canada’s Fall TV Special Delivers a Sneak Peek at TV’s New Series September 25
    Stream Anytime with STACKTV and the Global TV App
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    For Immediate Release

    TORONTO, September 8, 2020 Global announced today a fresh new slate of TV series joining the fall primetime schedule including seven newly licensed series, delivering 15.5 hours of simulcast. Along with new daytime show The Drew Barrymore Show (Sept. 14), Global adds a mix of TV genres to its lineup including scripted true crime series Manhunt: Deadly Games (Sept. 21) and critically acclaimed comedy One Day at A Time (Oct. 12). In addition, new reality series hosted and executive-produced by comedian and actor Ken Jeong, I Can See Your Voice (Sept. 23), and The Greatest #AtHome Videos (Sept. 25), hosted by The Neighborhood’s Cedric the Entertainer join the schedule, along with documentary series The FBI Declassified (Oct. 13), and 48 Hours: Suspicion(Sept. 9), a special edition of 48 Hours. Global also picked up country music special, the 55th Academy Of Country Music Awards™ (Sept. 16).

    These new acquisitions join previously announced fall series and specials including the Canadian premiere of Global Original event series Departure (Oct. 8), new A.I. thriller neXt (Oct. 6), the 2020 Canadian Country Music Association Awards (Sept. 27), and news series 60 Minutes (Sept. 20) and 48 Hours (Sept.26).
    Additional premiere dates for upcoming scripted dramas and other series to be announced at a later date.

    “Global is excited to deliver a strong fall lineup, jam-packed with new and original content for viewers,” said Troy Reeb, Executive Vice President, Broadcast Networks, Corus Entertainment. “Despite all the concern about production shutdowns, Global is well-positioned to deliver and maintain big audiences throughout the season as we head into the next round of premieres of our big, scripted programs later this fall.”


    SCRIPTED DRAMAS
    This fall Global adds three new scripted dramas to its schedule. In September, the broadcast debut of scripted true crime series Manhunt: Deadly Games begins Monday, Sept. 21 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, while in October previously announced sci-fi thriller neXt starring John Slattery (Mad Men) premieres Tuesday, Oct. 6 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, and then the Canadian debut of Global Original event series Departure takes off Thursday, Oct. 8 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

    COMEDY
    Moving on to comedy, Global welcomes familiar face Cedric the Entertainer (The Neighborhood), as he hosts The Greatest #AtHome Videos. Premiering Friday, Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. ET/PT, this series highlights the next generation of viral home videos in the age of social distancing. Then in October, critically acclaimed comedy One Day at a Time debuts on network television with all episodes from its fourth season beginning with back-to-back episodes on Monday, Oct. 12 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The award-winning series inspired by Emmy® winner Norman Lear’s 1975 show of the same name, tells the story of the Cuban American Alvarez family.

    REALITY AND COMPETITION SERIES
    Home to some of the most-watched reality TV, all-new unscripted series I Can See Your Voice, hosted and executive-produced by actor-comedian Ken Jeong, joins Global’s fall lineup Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Then, two-time Emmy® Award winner Undercover Boss returns to Global in October beginning Friday, Oct. 2 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Rounding out Global’s reality lineup, juggernaut hit Big Brother All-Stars continues into October, crowning the winner on Wednesday, Oct. 28 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

    SPECIALS & ENTERTAINMENT
    Global is the destination for country music lovers this fall with two country music specials. Saddle up on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 8 p.m. ET/PT for 55th Academy Of Country Music Awards™ hosted by country superstar Keith Urban. Then on Sunday, Sept. 27 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, celebrate the best of Canadian country music with the 2020 Canadian Country Music Association Awards, a multi-city production filmed in Toronto and Nashville and featuring performances, collaborations, and some heartfelt surprise moments.

    Beginning its 16th season Monday, Sept. 14, ET Canada continues to deliver the latest in entertainment news with host Cheryl Hickey, Senior Entertainment Reporter Roz Weston, Entertainment Reporters Sangita Patel and Carlos Bustamante, Correspondent Keshia Chanté, and Digital Reporters Graeme O’Neil and Morgan Hoffman. Plus, ET Canada’s Fall TV Special airing Friday, Sept. 25 at 7:30 pm ET/7 p.m. PT, offers viewers an exclusive look into Global’s new schedule.

    FACTUAL AND TRUE CRIME
    Global’s news and true crime content kicks off with a special edition of 48 Hours: Suspicion airing Wednesdays beginning Sept. 9 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, with 48 Hours joining the Saturday night lineup beginning Sept. 26 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. Also, Emmy® Award-winning newsmagazine 60 Minutes begins its 53rd season on Global premiering at 7 p.m. ET/PT on Sunday, Sept. 20. Global’s true crime series Crime Beat begins Saturday, October 3 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, along with Global News’ The New Reality premiering Saturday, October 24. And then new six-part series narrated by Alana De La Garza, from Global drama FBI, The FBI Declassified premieres Tuesday, Oct. 13 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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