There are 5 excellent crime shows airing on TV this week: Besides “The Equalizer,”
Don’t know what to watch on TV this week? The Equalizer is just one of these five must-see TV crime dramas.
The return of autumn television is unmistakable. More series will return from summer hiatuses this week, and there will also be some new releases on streaming services. When you add The Rookie and its spin-off, three FBI shows, the returns of both NCIS and Chicago PD, and you have a lot on your plate. There are now more things on our radar.
It’s likely that you won’t be able to keep up with everything in real-time. And you’ll miss out on some of the best new releases available on competing for streaming services. Just what is airing this week that you shouldn’t miss?
This week’s recommended crime shows include The Equalizer and others.
The Equalizer 3
The first step is getting back to a semi-regular schedule on Sunday evenings. On Sunday, October 2, the third season of The Equalizer will finally premiere, and we cannot wait. Since we last saw Robyn, she was being loaded into the back of a truck; now, her team and her family will join forces to get her back.
But there’s a catch: things aren’t going smoothly. A lot of people will be dead before Robyn can even start talking to them. How soon can the team reach her before she becomes the body count?
In the United States, you can catch the episode on CBS on Sunday, October 2 at 8:30 p.m. As soon as that airs, the pilot episode of East New York will air for the first time.
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Coroner Season 4
The CW’s regular programming schedule resumes with an evening dedicated to new shows from Canada. On Sundays, Family Law will premiere, followed by the Season 4 premiere of Coroner. The events of the Season 3 finale serve as a springboard for this new chapter.
Jennifer is grieving the death of her boyfriend, Liam. She is no longer the police department’s coroner, but death still follows her. She’ll be drawn into another investigation, but this time she’ll be a bystander.
This new season premieres on The CW this Sunday, October 2 at 9 p.m.
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A Friend of the Family
Peacock has us covered this week if you’re in the mood for true crime. The dramatized series A Friend of the Family focuses on the life of Jan Broberg.
The premiere trifecta is available all at once. The story will begin with a charming stranger moving in next door and quickly becoming close to the Broberg family.
Their worst nightmare comes true when the neighbor they thought was friendly disappears their eldest daughter, Jan, twice!
On Thursday, October 6th, Peacock will air the first three episodes.
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Walker Season 3 is among the many CW shows returning this week. Do not leave before the ensuing drama concludes. The premiere of Walker: Independence is scheduled for Thursday.
The origins of the Walker family in Texas are revealed in this prologue. In search of the truth, Abigail Walker travels to Independence, Texas. Who or what motivated the murder of her husband? Ideal for those who enjoy a more traditional Western style.
The new season premieres on Thursday, October 6 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. It airs after the 8 p.m. ET/PT premiere of brand new episodes of Walker Season 3.
This Friday, our regular dramas will resume airing. Two of the best crime shows on television are both based on the SWAT franchise. The premiere episode of Season 6 will air this week.
The squad will travel to Thailand to train with the national team there. When Hondo and an old military chum discover that a Los Angeles-based heroin case is connected to the city, they decide to work together. Is it possible for them to bring down a drug kingpin on the other side of the world?
Check out the debut on CBS this Friday, October 7 at 8/7c. At 10/9c, Blue Bloods will also be back for another season.
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