‘Constantine,’ ‘Gracepoint’ among new fall shows on Global

Matt Ryan stars in the new series 'Constantine' on Global. Handout

TORONTO — Murder, politics and demons are all part of Global’s new prime time schedule.

The network announced Wednesday the addition of several new series to its fall line-up — plus news that Big Brother Canada is moving to Global after two successful seasons on Slice.

Joining the wildly popular NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles on Global will be NCIS: New Orleans, starring Scott Bakula. It will air immediately following NCIS on Tuesday nights.

Stalker, a psychological thriller starring Maggie Q and Dylan McDermott, joins the Wednesday line-up.

The Thursday night schedule adds Gracepoint, the made-in-B.C. remake of the British series Broadchurch, starring David Tennant, Anna Gunn and Nick Nolte.

READ MORE: Full coverage of UpFronts 2014

The comedies About a Boy and Marry Me have been added to Friday nights, along with the supernatural drama Constantine.

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Sunday’s prime time starts with the comedies Mulaney, Bob’s Burgers and Madam Secretary followed by returning series The Good Wife, The Simpsons and Family Guy.

State of Affairs, a new political drama starring Katherine Heigl, joins the Monday schedule starting in November.

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Of course, Global hits The Blacklist, Bones, Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, Elementary, Hawaii Five-0, Sleepy Hollow, Survivor and the Canadian drama Remedy are all scheduled to return.

Coming mid-season are Heroes Reborn and The Dovekeepers.

“Boasting two of last fall’s biggest new shows The Blacklist and Sleepy Hollow, the unstoppable and ever-growing NCIS franchise, plus a slate of new heavyweights, Global is Canada’s drama destination,” said Barbara Williams, Senior Vice President, Content, Shaw Media.

Here is the Global prime-time schedule for Fall 2014:


8:00 PM            NCIS: LA

9:00 PM            Sleepy Hollow

10:00 PM          The Blacklist / State of Affairs (November)


8:00 PM            NCIS

9:00 PM            NCIS: NEW ORLEANS

10:00 PM          Chicago Fire

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8:00 PM            Survivor

9:00 PM            Chicago PD

10:00 PM          Stalker


8:00 PM            Bones

9:00 PM            Gracepoint

10:00 PM          Parenthood / Elementary (November)


8:00 PM            About a Boy

8:30 PM            Marry Me

9:00 PM            Hawaii Five-0

10:00 PM          Border Security / Constantine (October)


7:00 PM            Mulaney

7:30 PM            Bob’s Burgers

8:00 PM            Madam Secretary

9:00 PM            The Good Wife

10:00 PM          The Simpsons

10:30 PM           Family Guy

Global will officially unveil its fall schedule to advertisers on Wednesday at the Shaw Media UpFront presentation with special guests from Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, The Blacklist, Constantine, State of Affairs, Sleepy Hollow and Gracepoint.


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