(Showtime) This season of the long-running spy drama heads to New York as Claire Danes' Carrie deals with counterterrorism in the wake of an election.
(PBS) The second season of the Civil War-era drama will continue to follow the doctors, nurses and other staff attempting to hold a hospital (and themselves) together in war-torn Alexandria, Virginia. So she chains him up in her basement and teaches him how to treat a lady.
(PBS) Behind a strong man is an even stronger woman… This series, which is hosted by historian Lucy Worsley, shows how each of Henry VIII's six wives had a unique way of influencing the king. (HBO) Another one of the premium channel's latest prestige projects is David E.
(HBO) Another much-anticipated foreign series to hit the states, this drama stars Jude Law as a newly elected Pope and Diane Keaton as the nun who raised him in an orphanage and is now his personal secretary.
(FX) After the life-crushing events of last season, Chip (Zach Galifianakis) attempts to leave Bakersfield via a locomotive—but just when he thought he was out, a gang of gutter punks, the police, and a sudden death pull him back in. (NBC) With an ensemble that includes Vanessa Hudgens, Danny Pudi, Alan Tudyk, and stand-up Ron Funches, this comedy is about the inner workings of the worst insurance company ever—and one that also happens to exist within the world of the DC Comics universe.
(CBS) Who will be first to use the old "it was the one-armed man" excuse? (CBS) A follow-up to director Antoine Fuqua's 2001 film staring Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke, this series swaps the races of its leads but still partners a rookie cop (Justin Cornwell) up with a corrupt one (Bill Paxton).
This reality competition sends eight teams of two out into the wilderness as fugitives see how long they can last as fugitives without getting caught. (Bravo) Inbar Lavi stars as Maddie, a con artist who leaves a trail of broken men behind her—three of whom team up to take her down.
(PBS) The long-awaited 90-minute special sets Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman's modern-day Sherlock and Watson in 1890s London.
Fan-favorite characters Mary Morstan (played by Amanda Abbington), Inspector Lestrade (Rupert Graves), and Mrs. star Anthony Anderson and his mother, Doris, return as host and commentator of this remake of the classic game show.
They partner with Anthony Anderson and Jordana Brewster, respectively, to battle it out for charity.
(FYI) Sounding like something 13-year-olds would play in someone's rec room, this dating game show blindfolds contestants and makes them choose a partner based on kissing compatibility.
(Lifetime) Lifetime offers another remake that did not need to happen with this version of the classic Bette Midler-Barbara Hershey movie. Uma Thurman will also guest star as a fixer who arrives to whip a group of schemers into shape.