It's a big week for TV shows. First, we have the 2019 Emmys on Sunday, so tune in to see which of your favorite series win big. Then, we have a stacked line-up of new and returning shows—from This Is Us to The Masked Singer—to enjoy as the week continues. Throw in a buzzy potential Oscar contender dropping on Friday, and you have quite the exciting entertainment slate. Plan accordingly.
Below, all the TV shows and movies to earmark for this week.
Sunday, September 22
The 2019 Emmy Awards: No one is hosting tonight's show, so the focus will be on the stars themselves and which TV shows take home the gold. 8 P.M. ET on Fox
Monday, September 23
The Voice: Kelly Clarkson, Gwen Stefani, John Legend, and Blake Shelton are back for another season of spinning chairs and vocal powerhouses. 8 P.M. ET on NBC
All Rise: A new court procedural from CBS that takes viewers inside the hectic, chaotic world of judges. 9 P.M. ET on CBS
Tuesday, September 24
Emergence: Glamour's west coast editor Jessica Radloff had nothing but great things to say about this show in our recent fall TV preview. "Confession: I didn’t expect to like Emergence," she wrote. "But now that I’ve watched it, I can’t wait for more. The thriller will remind you of Stranger Things, especially when a mysterious young girl shows up out of nowhere with no name or memory." 10 P.M. ET on ABC
This Is Us: Season three left us with some intense cliffhangers (namely, what is going on with Rebecca's health in the distant future?). Knowing how showrunner Dan Fogelman works, season four will be filled with twists and turns before delivering a finale that gives us satisfying answers—and, naturally, more questions. 9 P.M. ET on NBC
Wednesday, September 25
Modern Family: The final season of this hilarious, groundbreaking comedy kicks off tonight. Fingers crossed Sarah Hyland's fiancé, Wells Adams, makes an appearance. 9 P.M. ET on ABC
The Masked Singer: Without a doubt, the most surprising TV hit of 2019 has been The Masked Singer, a reality series in which famous people where costumes, sing, and judges have to guess who they are. It's delightful and just the right amount of bonkers—so it's no surprise a second season is already premiering this fall. 8 P.M. ET on Fox
Thursday, September 26
The Baddest Bitch in the Room: A new memoir from music industry maven Sophia Chang, centering on how she moved to New York City and infiltrated the world of hip-hop. Available on Audible
Shondaland: Tonight marks the return of Grey's Anatomy (8 P.M. ET on ABC ) and How to Get Away With Murder (10 P.M. ET). So, in other words, make no plans for the next few Thursdays.
Carol's Second Act: Sitcom queen Patricia Heaton stars in this new offering from CBS as Carol, a former teacher who embarks on a journey to become a doctor after her retirement. High jinks (and some pretty poignant commentary about ageism) ensue. 9:30 P.M. ET on CBS
Friday, September 27
The Politician: Ryan Murphy's first TV show for Netflix is the perfect hybrid of Scream Queens and Glee. It stars Ben Platt as Payton Hobart, a type-A high schooler with ambitions of becoming president of the United States. So he starts, of course, with running for high school president. Streaming on Netflix
Judy: Renée Zellweger completely transforms as Judy Garland in this biopic, which is already garnering a ton of Oscar buzz. In theaters
Saturday, September 28
Saturday Night Live: It's baaaack. Tonight's season opener is hosted by Woody Harrelson with musical guest Billie Eilish. 11:30 P.M. ET on NBC
Originally Appeared on Glamour