The must sees
1 Making A Murderer
In 2015, the first season of the true crime drama captivated Netflix viewers with its compelling coverage of convicted murderer Steven Avery’s decades-long battle with the American justice system. After three years, the detailed story picks up where it left off as Avery and his nephew Brendan continue to fight for their freedom and prove their innocence.
When: Friday on Netflix
Throughout the early 2000s, Alyssa Milano, Rose Mcgowan and
Holly Marie Combs made witches look good in the famed fantasy soap series. Now, three new girls will take over the roles in a new feminist reboot, starring Melonie Diaz, Madeleine Mantock and Vancouver-native Sarah Jeffery. When: Sunday on W Network 4 The Kids Are Alright Series Premiere This new ‘70s set comedy from Tim Doyle features the hilarious trials and tribulations of a large workingclass Irish-catholic family living under one roof. Michael Cudlitz and Mary Mccormack head the cast When: Tuesday on CTV, ABC
5 The Rookie
Series Premiere Nathan Fillion pivots from crimedrama Castle to a new procedural series, which is based on a true story. He plays a small-town guy who moves to Los Angeles to become the LAPD’S latest and eldest rookie cop. When: Tuesday on CTV, ABC
There’s a new supervillain in town and he’s out to make an entrance.
The new season of the Marvel series features the arrival of fan-favourite Bullseye aka FBI agent Benjamin Poindexter (played by Wilson Bethel). The third season will chronicle his evolution from good guy to iconic comic book mastermind, following intense psychological manipulation. Matthew Murdock also emerges from hiding to question his future as Daredevil. When: Friday on Netflix 7 Iron Chef Canada Season Premiere A new batch of intriguing cooks enter the Canadian kitchen for a shot at the acclaimed title. They’ll have to navigate complex recipes, high-stakes pressure and distracting drama while they face off in a head-to-head battle against some of the country’s most renowned chefs such as Amanda Cohen, Hugh Acheson, Lynn Crawford, Rob Feenie and Susur Lee. When: Wednesday on Food Network
Spooky season continues with scary stories from The Exorcist and Numb3rs creator Sean Crouch. Season 2 includes real-life tales of horrific incidents that are sure to give you goosebumps. When: Friday on Amazon Prime Canada
9 The Conners
After Roseanne was infamously cancelled earlier this year,
ABC decided that big mouth leading lady Roseanne Barr’s mistake shouldn’t affect the rest of the cast. This new spinoff of the axed revival includes the rest of the Conners family, who are forced to tackle the daily ups and downs of life in Lanford. When: Tuesday on CTV, ABC
10 Bite Club
Host Tyler Florence brings together five talented chefs from the same city to battle it out in a restaurant they’ve never cooked in before. After two local cooks become the judges, the others must compete using secret ingredients to be named champion of their hometowns. When: Thursday on Food
From top: Charlie Cox in Daredevil Season 3, the cast of the rebooted Charmed and Nathan Fillion in The Rookie.