Chuck Barney picks TV and streaming for October 10-16.
Don’t miss: “The Equalizer” – Solid coming in its first season, the popular crime drama returns as Robin McCall (Queen Latifa) considers pulling on his dangerous vigilance. But you know that won’t happen. It turns out that he was pulled back by an unexpected client – Detective Marcus Dante (Tory Cutles). He needs her help to track down an unsuspecting gang of bank robbers. (Sunday at 8 p.m., CBS).
Sunday: “Legends of the Hidden Temple” is a new, adult version of the Nickelodeon Action Adventure game show that aired in the 1990s. But we’re glad to see that there’s still a big talking headstone called “Olympic.” (8 p.m., CW)
Sunday: The new six-part documentary series, “Diana”, seeks to explore Diana Spencer’s life through the lens of the 21st century and reshapes her story to discover the real woman behind “People’s Princess”. Is. Part 1 recalls Diana’s childhood and how the mutual desire for love and affection brought her and Prince Charles together. (9 p.m., CNN)
Sunday: As “NCIS: Los Angeles” begins its 13th season, Cullen suspects Haiti of keeping secrets about his past and Joel trying to catch Katia. At all times, the NCIS must locate an informant whose life is in danger. (9 p.m., CBS)
Monday: The children are back! Season 2 of “The Baby Seaters Club” begins at the end of the summer and business is booming as the new school year begins. Of course, there are new relationships, new personal journeys, and new life lessons important to learn. (Netflix).
Sunday: Want to play? The “child play” slasher Flex’s demonized killer doll “Chuckie” makes her way to the TV. Veterans of the franchise are among the newcomers to the series who see an innocent town shaken by a series of brutal murders that begin to unravel its secrets. (10 a.m., Safe)
Wednesday: It’s Superhero Night as “DC Legends of Tomorrow” and “Bat Woman” begin new seasons. In the opener, the legends find themselves trapped with a wrecked 1925 Odyssey in Texas. Later, Batwoman did her best to keep Gautam’s streets safe. (8 and 9 p.m., CW)
Wednesday: “The Sinner” is back with a new mystery for its fourth season. Still traumatized by the previous case, now retired detective Harry Ambrose (Bill Pullman) travels to Hanover, Maine for a leisurely trip. But he soon returned to action when a tragedy struck a family on a prominent island. (10 a.m., USA).
Monday: As season 2 of the charming set work “Be Positive” begins, Gina and Drew are adjusting to life after surgery. When he develops romantic feelings for a newcomer, he receives shocking news about the death of a friend. (9:30 p.m., CBS).
Friday: Think of the new non-fiction series “Home Sweet Home” as a social experience. Each episode follows two families from different walks of life as they exchange homes for a week and explore their own opposite world. Along the way, racial, religious, economic, geographical, gender, and identity assumptions are challenged. (8 p.m., NBC).
Friday: In this age of rebirth and resurrection, you had to know that he finally “knew what you did last summer.” The slasher film franchise is transformed into a series based in the town full of secrets. There, a group of teenagers are thrown by a mysterious assassin a year after a fatal accident on the night of their graduation. (Amazon Prime)
September: Oscar-winning Rami Malik, currently working on “No Time to Die”, is hosting “Saturday Night Live” as the sketch comedy series continues its 47th season. Young thugs are music guests. (11:30 a.m., NBC).
This will be the last edition of Around the Remote, as Chuck Barney is retiring as Bay Area News Group Television Writer.