Here are the Fall TV premieres you’ll want to watch this week – Orange County Register

There are a number of show’s premiering this week, but before we get to those here’s one you might want to binge.

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Damages: (All five seasons available on Hulu) Actresses will tell you how much they covet roles that are complex, morally ambiguous and even dangerous. For five seasons, Glenn Close and Rose Byne had roles like that in the legal drama “Damages.” Close played the brilliant but cutthroat attorney Patty Hewes (Glenn Close), and Byrne was recent law school graduate Ellen Parsons. At first, Ellen was thrilled to be Patty’s latest protégée, even being a bit ruthless to get there. Eventually, though, their relationship shifted. They even became adversaries at various points but always had a respect for each other, knowing they were cut from the same cloth. With important corporate cases with real-life implications, it was high drama of the best kind, and it had some terrific supporting players over the years, including Ted Danson, William Hurt, Marcia Gay Harden, Martin Short, Lily Tomlin, John Goodman, Ryan Phillippe, Dylan Baker, Janet McTeer and John Hannah.

This week

Ghosted: (8:30 p.m. Sunday on Fox) Created by Tom Gormican (“That Awkward Moment”), the series is something of a comic “X Files” with some “Ghostbusters” tossed in. It pairs a paranormal skeptic (Craig Robinson) with a brilliant true believer (Adam Scott). They work for a secret government agency to investigate such spooky activity in Los Angeles. In the process, they uncover a much larger, world-threatening mystery. PREMIERE.

StarTalk With Neil deGrasse Tyson: (11 p.m. Sunday on Nat Geo) New Season features the astrophysicist’s talks with Stephen Hawking, Stephen Colbert, Jane Goodall, Kevin Smith and Katy Perry. Tonight’s episode is his interview with controversial world-champion cyclist Lance Armstrong.

9JKL: (8:30 Monday on CBS) Actor Mark Feuerstein (“Royal Pains”) was telling a producer about his living situation and the response was,…

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