September 1, 2018 | 10:00 am ETTV Guide | This week’s schedule is at&ts TV schedule.
(At&tstv schedule) (At &tstv) The schedule below includes most upcoming TV shows and movies.
The TV schedule is subject to change without notice.
This week’s TV shows at&t: ABC Family | ABC Family’s “Mystery Science Theater 3000” premieres on September 5 at 8 p.m.
“Sci-Fi: Live!” returns to ABC Family on September 13 at 10 p. m.
ET, and “The Amazing Race” will return to ABC on September 19 at 10:30 p. a.m., with “American Idol” and “Survivor” returning to ABC next week.
ABC Family The Discovery Channel will air the sixth season of “The Good Place” beginning September 17.
The CW Network will air its “The Flash” on September 22 at 8:30 pm ET.
Fox Sports Network will broadcast the first episode of “Supernatural” on the same day as the show’s September 26 season premiere.
ESPN and HBO will broadcast “The Walking Dead” on October 11 at 10 pm ET, followed by “The Big Bang Theory” on November 8 at 8 pm ET and “Real Time with Bill Maher” on December 12 at 8 am ET.
NBC Sports Network The NFL has suspended players from the Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles, Miami Dolphins, New York Giants, Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks until November 17.
The NFL announced the suspensions for all 30 teams on Thursday.
CBS Sports Network has the “Super Bowl” schedule starting on December 3 and will feature all 12 NFL games in its signature format, which features all the best games from the NFL’s past three years, plus a brand new Super Bowl 50 matchup.
“The Big Short” will be released on December 13.
CNBC will be the first cable channel to premiere the full 2017 NFL schedule.
Disney Channel is debuting a brand-new animated series “Disney’s Magical Journey” in 2019.
HBO is returning to HBO Go, and the first season of the popular HBO series “Hard Knocks” is slated to premiere in January.
NBC is premiering “Dancing with the Stars” in 2020.
Spotify will launch a new Music app in 2020 and will stream live music events around the world, including the US.
Siri is coming to Apple TV.
Amazon will release a new music streaming service in 2020 that will bring Amazon Music to all of Apple TV and Apple TV accessories.
TNT will premiere a new series in 2020, “The Last Ship,” featuring the first ever interracial love story between two Native American men.
Syfy will launch its original series “The Expanse” in 2021.
Adult Swim will launch “Bones” in 2022.
A24 and Fox will release “Fargo” in 2023.
Netflix is debutting the first-ever animated series based on the Marvel Comics “Avengers” title in 2024.
BBC America will launch the first original series based upon the upcoming Marvel Netflix series “Doctor Strange” in 2025.
Marvel Studios will release the first trailer for “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” in 2024, marking the first time in four years that a Marvel film will be in theaters.
Lionsgate will release its first theatrical film in 2019 in the “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective” franchise.
Viacom will release an animated movie based on “Spartacus” in 2030.
Pixar Animation will release their animated feature film, “Hootsuite” in 2018.
Discovery Channel will release Disney Channel’s “The Jungle Book,” starring Will Arnett, in 2020 with an original score from Grammy-winning composer Brian Eno.
Sundance Film Festival will announce the official 2018 list of film nominees on October 3.
On November 4, AMC will host its 30th annual Sundance Film Fest.
Overseas, Disney will release live-action movies based on Disney films in 2019, and Disney will air live-animated films based on their properties in 2020 at Disney Studios’ Animal Kingdom in Orlando, Florida.
Television The 2018-2019 TV schedule at&s tv schedule is: September 1 | ABCFamily | ABC’s “Family Guy” premiere on September 7 at 8.30 p and 9:30 a. m., and “Adventure Time” returns to NBC on September 14 at 9 p. and 10 p a.
ABC Family | The CBS Television Network will premiere the fifth season of CBS’ “The Mentalist” on August 30 at 8 a., 10 a. and 2 p.
ET with new episodes airing Sundays at 10 a and 9 p ET.
NBC Sports Network | NBC Sports will air “The Voice