Too Much TV: Your TV Talking Points For Monday, July 22nd, 2019

And right now, when I say "too much TV," I really mean "too many photo galleries"

Here's everything you need to know about the world of television for Monday, July 22nd, 2019. I'm writing this from the Twin Cities, where AllYourScreens HQ is running on coffee....lots of coffee.

CBS GOES DARK ON DIRECTV, AT&T U-VERSE DUE TO RETRANSMISSION DISPUTE

If you're a subscriber to any of the AT&T-owned cable or satellite systems, you lost access to your local CBS station overnight. The outage is due to a contract dispute between AT&T and CBS over what are called "retransmission rights." Basically, by law CBS is required to offer a company like AT&T the opportunity to carry its channels. But the two sides have to agree to mutually acceptable terms. They haven't, so CBS pulled it signal Sunday night. Part of the dispute is over money, but according to some reports AT&T is also looking for the rights to sell the streaming service CBS All-Access directly to its customers. The news only gets worse in the coming weeks for AT&T, as if faces several additional big retransmission negotiations.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON
The 2019 SDCC wrapped up Sunday night and as always, there were lots of fun panels and news about your favorite television shows. Here are some of the highlights, in case you missed:

Highlight Video From The Panels:
Bless The Harts
Family Guy
NeXt
The Simpsons

What Just Happened??! With Fred Savage

Trailers Premiered At Comic-Con:
Family Guy New Season Sneak Peek

Impulse Season Two
neXt
Star Trek: Picard
Star Trek: Short Treks Season Two
The Dark Crystal: Age Of Resistance
The Rook
The Witcher

Other Video:
Emergence Cast Live From SDCC
Marvel's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Cast Live From SDCC
Stumptown Cast Live From SDCC
The Goldbergs/Schooled Cast Live From SDCC
The Rookie Cast Live From SDCC

Photo Galleries:
American Dad Panel
Arrow Panel
Black Lightning Panel

Bless The Harts Panel|Fox Fan Fair At Comic-Con
Bob's Burgers Panel|Fox Fan Fair At Comic-Con

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Panel |Brooklyn Nine-Nine Activation Event
Carnival Row Panel
Cobra Kai Panel
Evil Panel

Family Guy Panel|Fox Fan Fair At Comic-Con
Fox Mini-Posters
Game Of Thrones Panel
Marvel's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Panel
Mayans M.C. Panel

NBC Annual SDCC Party 
Preacher Panel

Project Blue Book Panel
NBC Comedy Cafe
NBC: Comedy Starts Here Campaign
neXt Panel
Riverdale Panel
Seinfeld Fan Activation

She-Ra & The Princesses Of Power Panel
Solar Opposites Panel
Steven Universe Panel
Supergirl Panel
Superstore Panel|Superstore Fan Activation|Superstore Press Conference
Supernatural Panel
SYFY Wire: It Came From The 90's Panel
SYFY Wire: The Great Debate Panel

The Boys Panel
The Dark Crystal: Age Of Resistance Panel
The Flash Panel
The Good Place: Interdimensional Hole Of Pancakes
The Good Place Panel|The Good Place Press Conference
The Magicians Panel
The Orville Experience
The Rook Panel

The Simpsons Panel|Fox Fan Fair At Comic-Con
The Walking Dead Panel
The Witcher Panel
Veronica Mars Panel|Veronica Mars Fan Activation
What Just Happened??! With Fred Savage Panel
Fox Fan Fair At Comic-Con
Wynonna Earp Panel

TOO MUCH TV REALLY IS A THING
This newsletter is called "Too Much TV" because....well, it's hard to keep track of all the new television premiering everyday. To help you prioritize your viewing,click hereto see our list of more than 400 upcoming television premieres, movies and finales. You'll find listings from more than 70 networks, as well as streaming services and web shows. It's just been updated with all the new premieres that were announced at SDCC.

And if you're a glutton for punishment (or just want to know what you've missed),check out this listof all the shows that have premiered so far in 2019.

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AND IN CASE YOU MISSED ANY OF OUR WEEKEND COVERAGE
We posted a lot of SDCC coverage over the weekend and here are some of the highlights...

'Star Trek' Universe Panel Introduces New Cast Member & New Short Treks

Season Three Of 'The Orville' Moves To Hulu


WHAT'S NEW ON TV TONIGHT:

Here's a rundown of the modest number of new television shows and specials premiering Monday evening:

1) POV: On Her Shoulders (PBS)
After surviving the 2014 genocide of the Yazidis in Northern Iraq and escaping sexual slavery at the hands of ISIS, 23-year-old Nadia Murad gave a testimony before the U.N. Security Council that was heard around the world. Nadia suddenly became the face of the Yazidis – a historically persecuted and voiceless religious minority. Despite longing for a normal life away from the spotlight, Nadia takes on the role of an activist in hopes of halting the ongoing genocide and bringing ISIS commanders to justice. Repeatedly telling her harrowing story to journalists, politicians, and diplomats, this once ordinary girl is suddenly thrust into the alien world of advocacy on a global stage.

2) Serial Killer: Devil Unchained (Investigation Discovery)
On November 3, 2016, a young woman is found alive on Todd Kohlhepp’s property after being held captive for two months in a shipping container. Following her rescue, Kala Brown reveals to Spartanburg County Sheriff’s investigators that her captor, former real estate broker Todd Kohlhepp, is responsible for more crimes than local police ever knew possible. Kohlhepp would plead guilty to seven murders, but his reign of terror didn’t end there. Filmmaker and investigative journalist Maria Awes sets out on a dark journey to uncover the truth behind his crimes – the ones we know about and additional ones he claims he committed. With the help of former FBI profiler John Douglas and Kohlhepp’s own biographer, Gary Garrett, Awes goes down a twisted path, talking to Kohlhepp’s family, as well as his victims and their families, uncovering early warning signs that might have helped stop a killer in his tracks.

3) The Family Chantel Series Premiere (TLC)
Fan-favorites Pedro and Chantel and their lively in-laws will be the focal point of this spinoff series from the "90-Day Fiance" franchise. Ever since Chantel first introduced Pedro to her family under the false pretense of him coming to America on a student visa, the drama that followed has kept fans obsessed. From their beginnings on "90-Day Fiance" season four through "90-Day Fiance: Happily Ever After" Pedro and Chantel have weathered major marital ups and downs involving everything from feisty family members to their own trust issues. Viewers will follow this unique modern family as they try to move past their differences and come together as an extended family, but as Chantel’s parents Karen and Thomas try to protect their brood, will they push their children too far? The family members featured in the upcoming series include Chantel’s parents Karen and Thomas and siblings River and Winter, as well as Pedro’s mother Lidia and sister Nicole.

4) Worst Bakers In America Season Premiere (Food)
Eight of the worst bakers in the country have been drafted into an intense baking boot camp.  Expert chefs, Lorraine Pascale and Jason Smith, have just five weeks to mentor these hopeless recruits, while putting them through a series of fast-paced baking challenges.  Lorraine and Jason have their work cut out for them as they try to transform these kitchen disasters into baking masters, but in the end, one recruit will win the grand prize of $25,000.

For a rundown of all the new episodes of television premiering tonight,click here.

TODAY'S FLASHBACK:
From the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con: the cast of the Fox sci-fi drama "Fringe"

I'll be back with another one tomorrow. If you have any feedback, send it along to Rick@AllYourScreens.com and follow me on Twitter @aysrick.