Start a new month with a whole new lineup on Start TV! Every day, starting today, you can catch the groundbreaking series Any Day Now at 10AM | 9C and the hit crime thriller (and The Closer spin-off) Major Crimes at 8P | 7C! Along with this spectacular series premieres, we have a week full of great television and guest-star appearances. Here's what you should be sure to tune-in for on Start TV this week.
Any Day Now "Unfinished Symphony"
Monday, August 31 at 10AM | 9C
The series premiere! In the modern day: Mary Elizabeth Sims, a Birmingham wife, mother, and aspiring writer, reaches out to her estranged childhood friend Rene Jackson, a prominent Washington attorney when she returns home upon the death of her father. The friends reconcile, and Rene decides to remain in Birmingham and take over her father's law practice. In the past: It's 1962, and Mary Elizabeth and Rene strike up a friendship over a shoplifted pack of cigarettes. Rene, a recent transplant from Detroit, has difficulty adjusting to the segregated South.
Major Crimes "Reloaded"
Monday at 8P | 7C
The series premiere! Sharon Raydor's introduction as the new head of Major Crimes comes awkwardly at a grocery store shootout where a surrendered gunman is executed while in police custody.
The Good Wife "Dear God"
Monday at 11P | 10C
Cary's service officer causes waves, Alicia is frustrated by false rumors of her candidacy, and the firm's client ends up in the unknown sphere of Christian mediation. Josh Charles is reunited with his Dead Poets Society co-star, Robert Sean Leonard, in his guest-star appearance on The Good Wife.
Ghost Whisperer "Fury"
Tuesday at 10P | 9C
Vehement over racial injustice, the rage of Melinda's latest ghost sets a storm over Grandview. Aaron Paul makes a guest star appearance prior to his breakout role on Breaking Bad.
Cagney and Lacey "A Safe Place"
Saturday at 5P | 4C
Cagney and Lacey race against time to catch a thief, whose latest haul included plutonium, before his radiation sickness becomes terminal. This episode all has the first-ever television appearance of Bill Pullman, best known for his role as President Thomas J. Whitmore in the blockbuster film Independence Day.