What to watch this week
return to their beloved roles, while Full House alums John Stamos, Lori Loughlin, Bob Saget, and Dave Coulier will also make guest appearances.
When: Friday on Netflix
4 Gaga: Five Foot Two
As one of the most unapologetically experimental artists ruling the current pop landscape, Lady Gaga has raised reservation and obsession over her many artistic choices over the years — from fashion to musical risks. But Chris Moukarbel’s new raw documentary offers an intimate look into the mind of Gaga, during filming that took place between the recording of her most recent album
and her Super Bowl halftime show earlier this year.
When: Friday on Netflix
Young Bruce Wayne is finding his place as a masked vigilante when the fourth season returns.
It’s the character development that most fans who’ve tuned into the FOX series have been waiting for. But the emergence of a new hero leads to the uprise of new villains, including Ra’s Al Ghul, who will be played by Alexander Siddig. When: Thursday on Fox
to its regular slot on Thursdays, the Kristen Bell-starring comedy about the afterlife returns with a one-hour season premiere. Eleanor, Chidi, Tahani and Jason, who all had their memories erased, try to piece things together after finding a very vital clue When: Wednesday on NBC
7 Dancing with the Stars
Another season of DWTS means another season of themed routines, glittery costumes and a brand-new cast of retired athletes and reality stars looking to win the coveted mirrorball trophy. Season 25 will see NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens, Frankie Muniz and Nick and Vanessa Lachey team up with professional dancers in the hopes of landing high on the judges’ score cards.
When: Monday on ABC
8 The State
This two-night, four-part miniseries follows four British citizens who joined ISIS and are headed to Syria to begin their new life in The State. When: Monday on National Geographic
9 Jerry Before Seinfeld
Netflix revolutionized the stand-up special this year, delivering some of the most anticipated comedy specials in some time. But the streaming service has truly outdone itself with the arrival of Jerry Seinfeld’s first original Netflix special, which was filmed at The Comic Strip in New York and includes performances of some of his earliest material as well as childhood videos.
When: Tuesday on Netflix
Comedian Daniel Tosh and his witty brand of humour return as part of Comedy Central’s new fall schedule. If keeping tabs on Twitter trending topics and viral news is of interest, tune into Tosh’s take on everything pertinent to the revolving digital news cycle.
When: Tuesday on Comedy Central
America’s Got Talent
Tuesday — NBC
In the anticipated Season 12 finale, host Tyra Banks finally reveals who America chose as the $1 million winner of one of the most entertaining seasons yet.
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