What's on TV Monday: Season premieres of 'Bob Hearts Abishola' and 'The Neighborhood' on CBS
What to watch Monday, September 20: Season premieres of 'Bob Hearts Abishola' and 'The Neighborhood'; 'Muhammad Ali' on PBS; 'Dancing With the Stars'
NCISFollowing the boat explosion at the end of the season finale, the team discover the wreckage and try to learn Gibbs’ (Mark Harmon) fate. Pam Dawber returns in her guest role. David McCallum, Sean Murray, Wilmer Valderrama, Brian Dietzen and Diona Reasonover also star. 9 p.m. CBS
The Big LeapScott Foley, Teri Polo and Piper Perabo are among the stars of this new dramedy about a group of down-on-their-luck characters who are hoping to change their fortunes as part of a reality dance show that features a modern re-imagining of “Swan Lake.” The cast also includes newcomer Simone Recasner, Ser’Darius Blain, Jon Rudnitsky, Mallory Jansen and Kevin Daniels. 9 p.m. Fox
Halloween Baking Championship(N) 9 p.m. Food NetworkLaetitiaIn this new episode, investigators catch a partial break in the case, but a pathology report polarizes public opinion. Under mounting public pressure, Det. Touchais (Yannick Choirat) leans on the twins’ former social worker (Alix Poisson), for more information about their past. (Part 4 of 6) (In French with English subtitles) 9 p.m. HBO headtopics.com
AdvertisementNCIS: Hawai’iThe “NCIS” franchise expands again with this new entry starring Vanessa Lachey as the special agent in charge of NCIS Pearl Harbor. Yasmine Al-Bustami, Jason Antoon and Noah Mills also star. 10 p.m. CBSOrdinary JoeOn the night of his college graduation, Joe Kimbreau (James Wolk) is faced with a life-changing decision. This new drama unfolds as three parallel narratives that diverge as different versions of him experience the rest of his life resulting from versions of that decision. Natalie Martinez, Charlie Barnett, Elizabeth Lail, David Warshofsky and Teddy Sears co-star. 10 p.m. NBCRead more: Los Angeles Times »
Man builds rotating house so his wife has better views - CNN Video
Vojin Kusic from Srbac in Bosnia-Herzegovina says his wife was undecided about the view she wanted to see from their window, so he came up with a solution - a rotating house.
Trump Organization, CFO Allen Weisselberg to Appear in Court MondayA court proceeding today opens what could be months of wrangling over evidence in a criminal case involving former President Donald Trump’s business affairs horrible Why does all this stuff take forever when it comes to someone who is either rich or powerful That really makes me wonder! nonsense - all these grifters should be locked up - the cat and mouse games have gone on way too long
EU foreign ministers to discuss submarine dispute on MondayEuropean Union foreign ministers will on Monday discuss Australia's scrapping of a $40 billion submarine order with France, a move that has enraged Paris and cast a shadow over free trade talks between the EU and Australia. Lol. Are they even involved?
What’s on TV This Week: Muhammad Ali, Kenny Rogers, Ariana Grande, the Emmys and moreTV highlights for Sept. 19-25 include the Emmys, a salute to Kenny Rogers and Ken Burns' four-part documentary about boxing legend Muhammad Ali. When I was 18, I was a Vietnam infantry soldier 51 years ago. I asked two black guys in my squad, 'the way Americans mistreat you, black people, why are you here in this mess?' They both said, 'if we had the money Muhammad Ali has, we wouldn't be here either.' Pretty simple!
'Dancing With The Stars' Season 30 Cast Hot ShotsGet Ready For the 'Dancing With The Stars' Season 30 Premiere!
RuPaul makes Emmys 'Herstory' as the most-awarded Black artist following 11th winRuPaul is now the most-awarded Black artist in Emmys history with 11 wins after 'RuPaul’s Drag Race' won the award for top competition program for the fourth year in a row. Well-deserved! 👏🏽👑 Black artist.. Hmm so they are different? Meybe black artist had something like black magic
The Morning Show Is Silly, Melodramatic, and Undeniably CaptivatingTheMorningShow 'is captivating in its stilted strangeness; almost arresting in its capacity to identify the least recognizably human direction for any story to go and then head unerringly toward it.' Read kvanaren's review of season two