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He may be ready to bail on "Lethal Weapon", but Damon Wayans made time to guest star on his son's sitcom. When Jake''s dad (Wayans Sr.) visits, they are excited to spend quality father-son time together. Meanwhile, Jake and Claire awkwardly attempt to keep their romance alive while she's traveling on business. * Monday, Oct. 29 on Global
'Canada's Worst Driver'
The new season finds host Andrew Younghusband examining how the technological revolution is having on the way we drive, seven terrible motorists buckle up and drive the road to redemption. * Monday, Oct. 29
'A Very Wicked Halloween: Celebrating 15 Years on Broadway'
In celebration of the 15th anniversary of "Wizard of Oz"-inspired Broadway hit "Wicked", original stars Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel reunite in this star-studded special, joined by Ariana Grande, Pentatonix and more. * Monday, Oct. 29
Alex Trebek is now stream-able, with Netflix debuting 45 "hand-picked" episodes of "Jeopardy!" making their debut on the streaming service. * Tuesday, Oct. 30
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Halloween proves to be a busy night for the first responders when they're called to incidents at a cemetery, a haunted hayride and a spooky parade. Meanwhile, Maddie isn't sure what to believe when she receives a "ghost" call from a missing hiker. * Monday, Oct. 29 on Global
'Channel Zero: The Dream Door' - season premiere
The new season of this "creepypasta" anthology series follows newlyweds who discover a hidden door in their basement that leads to the emergence of secrets they've been keeping from each other. * Monday, Oct. 29 on Showcase
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After NCIS arrives at a Halloween crime scene, Torres recognizes the victim as a former friend from federal law enforcement training. Meanwhile, Jimmy thinks his lab is haunted by ghosts when objects keep mysteriously moving. * Tuesday, Oct. 30 on Global
Standup comedy fans who aren't easily offended will meet six funny new faces in this Netflix special showcasing a group of particularly edgy comedians. * Tuesday, Oct. 30
'In The Long Run' - series premiere
Idris Elba is star and creator of this U.K. sitcom loosely based on his childhood growing up in London during the 1980s. Elba plays Walter, a character based on his father, an immigrant from Sierra Leone who struggles to support his family. The arrival of Walter's brother (Jimmy Akinbola) upends the lives of everyone in the family — and not necessarily in a bad way. * Tuesday, Oct. 30
'Tell Me A Story' - series premiere
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This creepy new series from the CBS All Access streaming service takes beloved fairy tales such as "The Three Little Pigs" and "Little Red Riding Hood" and transforms them into contemporary psychological thrillers. * Wednesday, Oct. 31
When Amy and Dina both go into labour at the same time, Glenn's manager status gets Dina the royal treatment at a fancy hospital — while Amy and Jonah have a far different experience at a less-expensive clinic. * Thursday, Nov. 1 on Global
'House of Cards' - season premiere
The king is dead — long live the queen! That's the theme of the sixth and final season of Netflix's acclaimed political drama as Claire Underwood (Robin Wright) assumes control. As for her husband Frank, don't expect to see much of him, given Kevin Spacey's well-publicized firing from the show. * Friday, Nov. 2
'Homecoming' - series premiere
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In this psychological thriller from the creator of "Mr. Robot", Julia Roberts stars as a caseworker helping soldiers returning from war to reintegrate into civilian society. When she begins to unravel the pieces of what’s really happening at the facility, she finds that all answers lead to more questions. * Friday, Nov. 2
'Mike Judge Presents: Tales From the Tour Bus'
Like music? Like fllms like "Office Space" and "Idiocracy" and TV shows such as "Beavis & Butt-head" and "Silicon Valley?" Then clear some time in your TV viewing schedule for this unique amalgamation of animation and music documentary from Mike Judge, who delved into the wild and crazy lives of some country-music stars in the fiest season. In season 2, Judge shifts genres from country to funk, exploring such artists as George Clinton, Rick James and the Godfather of Soul himself, James Brown, via insider stories from the folks who knew them best. * Friday, Nov. 9
'Saturday Night Live'
Jonah Hill returns for his fourth time as host — just one hosting gig away from earning a Five-Timers' jacket! He'll be joined by musical guest Maggie Rogers. * Saturday, Nov. 3 on Global
'The Real Housewives of Atlanta'
The Atlanta Housewives are back with an 11th season, promising to be its most outrageous yet. * Sunday, Nov. 4 on Slice
'MTV 2018 EMA'
Live from Barakaldo, Spain, Hailee Steinfeld hosts this year's edition of the annual MTV Europe Music Awards. * Sunday, Nov. 4
'Mickey's 90th Spectacular'
This two-hour primetime special honours 90 years of the internationally beloved character featuring star-studded musical performances, moving tributes and never-before-seen short films. Superstars from music, film and television join the festivities to celebrate the birthday of the international icon, including John Stamos, Kristen Bell, Josh Groban and more. * Sunday, Nov. 4
'Outlander' - season premiere
The swashbuckling, time-travelling and oh-so-romantic saga returns with a fourth season, finding Jamie and Claire reunited and restarting their life together in North Carolina after making their way to the New World. * Sunday, Nov. 4 on W Network
'Our Cartoon President'
This one-off special takes a spoofy look at the shenanigans underway in the Oval Office as America heads into the medterm elections on Nov. 6. * Sunday, Nov. 4
'The Alec Baldwin Show'
Alec Baldwin sits down for two vastly different conversations when he welcomes multi-faceted actor and comedian Mike Myers and former President of Planned Parenthood, Cecile Richards. * Sunday, Nov. 4