Kyra Sedgwick’s new series, Ten Days in the Valley (ABC, Sundays, 10/9C), is a terrific showcase for her talent but not much more.
By the conclusion of the series premiere, practically every character with more than two lines has some kind of secret – but there’s no point in giving everyone secrets if we don’t know enough about them to give a damn.
When ABC’s 2017-18 Primetime Fall Schedule kicks in, there will a few changes – one of the biggest being that The Mayor and The Gospel of Kevin will take over Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Tuesday night timeslot – with S.H.I.E.L.D. being held in reserve for midseason – as part of kind of ‘Thank God It’s Tuesday’ comedy rollout that also features Freh Off the Boat (new timeslot) and black-ish (new day and timeslot).
Dancing with the Stars and rookie medical drama The Good Doctor stake out Mondays; American Housewife slides into the otherwise intact the Wednesday schedule, fitting in between Modern Family and Designated Survivor.