'Below Deck' - Season Premiere
Captain Lee, chief stewardess Kate, and bosun Ashton reunite as a team along with new crew members and embark on an exciting new season in Thailand on the mega-yacht “Valor.” · After his brush with death last season and promotion to bosun, Ashton’s work hard, play harder persona is at an all-time high.
* Monday, Oct. 7
'Genndy Tartakovsky's Primal' - Series Premiere
The latest animated epic from "Samurai Jack" creator Genndy Tartakovsky, this new series begins with a special five-night event (beginning Monday, Oct. 7). "Primal" follows a caveman at the dawn of evolution as he forms an unlikely friendship with an almost extinct dinosaur, with these two unlikely allies navigating through a treacherous world. After bonding over unfortunate tragedies, they seem to become each other’s only hope of survival against a common enemy.
* Monday, Oct. 7 on Adult Swim
ABC is embarking on a bit of guest-star stunt-casting with "Cast From the Past" week, bringing together one-time co-stars. With that in mind, "The Conners" welcomes Dan Aykroyd (John Goodman's co-star in "Blues Brothers 2000") to guest star as one of Dan's poker buddies.
* Tuesday, Oct. 8
'Rhythm + Flow' - Series Premiere
In its very first music competition series, Netflix looks for the next hip-hop superstar, with aspiring rappers from cities throughout the U.S. auditioning for judges T.I., Cardi B and Chance the Rapper.
* Wednesday, Oct. 9
Inspired by Murray's love of sandwiches, Geoff starts a food delivery service he cleverly dubs Food in a Geoffy. And, in keeping with ABC's "Cast From the Past" week, his customers are none other than former "Cheers," co-stars Kirstie Alley, Rhea Perlman, John Ratzenberger and George Wendt.
* Wednesday, Oct. 9
In yet another "Cast From the Past" stunt, "American Housewife" star Diedrich Bader reunites with his former "Drew Carey" pals Ryan Stiles, Kathy Kinney and, of course, Drew Carey.
* Friday, Oct. 11
'Gabby Duran and the Unsittables'
This new Disney Channel show follows es 13-year-old Gabby Duran, played by multi-talented actress and musician Kylie Cantrall (Kylie Cantrall), who inadvertently lands a job babysitting an unruly group of VIP extraterrestrial children disguised as everyday kids. Resourceful and courageous, Gabby steps up to the challenge to protect these youngsters and their secret identities, and proves she's the best babysitter in the galaxy.
* Friday, Oct. 11 on Disney Channel
'The Birch' - Series Premiere
The lives of three teenagers — Lanie (Midori Franci), Evie (Xaria Dotson), and Thurston (Dempsey Bryk) — intersect around the presence of a blood-thirsty monster lurking in the woods, the Birch. Sworn to protect the vulnerable wherever she is summoned, the Birch demands a dangerous toll for her services. Our heroes grapple with the grim realities of making her acquaintance — both as friend and foe.
Friday, Oct. 11
'Are You Afraid of the Dark' - Series Premiere
The beloved 1990s kid-friendly fright-fest is back in a reboot, with the new members of the Midnight Society spinning a scary story about the Carnival of Doom and its wicked ringmaster, Mr. Tophat. Things take an even more terrifying turn, however, when the story springs to life, bringing the creepy carnival to town.
* Friday, Oct. 11 on YTV
'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie'
Anyone who watched "Breaking Bad" will not want to miss this followup movie that details what happened to Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) after he escaped from the clutches of his meth-dealing neo-Nazi captors, speeding off in an El Camino to freedom — or did he?
* Friday, Oct. 11
'Saturday Night Live'
"Stranger Things" star David Harbour makes his "SNL" hosting debut, joined on the musical stage by the muy caliente Camila Cabello (and you KNOW fans are crossing their fingers in hopes of a surprise cameo from Shawn Mendes).
* Saturday, Oct. 12 on Global
'Why We Hate' - Series Premiere
Executive produced by Oscar-winners Alex Gibney and Steven Spielberg, this six-part docu-series investigates the human capacity for hatred and how we can overcome it.
* Sunday, Oct. 13
'Nancy Drew' - Series Premiere
Given that the first "Nancy Drew" book was published in 1930, the titular teen sleuth has demonstrated an astonishing pop-culture staying power that's demonstrated by this latest version. This time out, Nancy (Kennedy McMann) and her pals find themselves the primes suspects in a murder, and she must use her considerable detective skills to prove their innocence and find the real killer.
* Sunday, Oct. 13 on Showcase
'Abducted: The Mary Stauffer Story'
Starring Alyson Hannigan ("How I Met Your Mother"), Lifetime movies is based on the true story of high school teacher Mary Stauffer. She and her eight-year-old daughter were held captive for 53 days after being kidnapped by an obsessed former student in 1980.
* Sunday, Oct. 13 on Lifetime