By Elise DeVoe
Season 4 of Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown premieres Sunday on CNN. In the first episode, Bourdain heads to Shanghai. Watch a clip from his visit to the Shouning Road night food market below.
On Monday, HBO looks back at the history and influence of The New York Review of Books with The 50 Year Argument. Produced by Margaret Bodde, David Tedeschi and Martin Scorsese through the filmmaker’s Sikelia Productions banner, the feature-length film marks Scorsese’s third documentary to be presented on HBO.
The MLB Postseason on TBS kicks off Tuesday with the 2014 MLB Wild Card presented by Budweiser. Have you seen Bryan Cranston's one-man show around his passion for baseball? Check it out below. (The new commercial for the MLB Postseason on TBS also features ballerina Misty Copeland and three-time Cy Young Award winner Pedro Martinez.)
Also on Tuesday, TCM closes out its month-long series The Projected Image: The Jewish Experience on Film with a three-film line-up, including The Way We Were.
Can you believe Wednesday is October 1? If you're like me and feeling a little blue about the impending cooler weather and shorter days, take solace in the amazing Fall TV season upon us—and Warner Bros. has more shows across the broadcast dial than any other studio.
One of them, Warner's new psychological thriller Stalker, premieres Wednesday on CBS. The series stars Dylan McDermott and Maggie Q as Los Angeles police detectives in the Threat Assessment Unit (TAU). Based on an actual division of the LAPD, the TAU handles stalking and threat cases in city. Watch a preview below but be warned – it's dark.
And if you live in the New York City area, or are just planning a visit, don't forget to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Friends at the pop-up Central Perk located in SoHo through October 18. Maybe you'll even see Gunther.