What to Watch: Moonlighting Arrives on Hulu, LEGO Jurassic Park, a GH Comeback and More

On TV this Tuesday: Private detectives David Addison and Maddie Hayes resurface on Hulu, Rena Sofer returns to Port Charles and Dr. Ian Malcolm gets LEGO-fied. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar. (Also check out our weekly TVLine-Up of premieres and finales, plus our monthly streaming guide.)

Showtimes for October 10, 2023

LEGO Jurassic Park: The Unofficial Retelling

Chaos mathematician Dr. Ian Malcolm offers a 22-minute retelling of the original 1993 film.

All five seasons of the groundbreaking ABC dramedy starring Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd are available to binge for the first time ever — and yes, most of the original music is included.

Moonlighting

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Painkiller: The Tylenol Murders

The five-part docuseries transports viewers back to 1982, when a twisted killer laced Tylenol pills with cyanide and killed seven people in the Chicago area.

General Hospital

Dancing With the Stars

Good Morning America‘s Michael Strahan guest-judges on Motown Night. Because really, who better to judge a dance competition than Michael Strahan? #ABCSynergy

Welcome to Rap City

Airing over three consecutive nights, the docuseries goes behind the scenes of TV’s longest-running hip hip show of all time; talking heads include Eve, Ludacris, Jim Jones and T.I.

BET Hip Hop Awards

Two hours: This year’s honorees include Marley Marl, Swizz Beatz and Timbaland.

No Accident

The documentary chronicles the civil rights trial against organizers of the deadly Charlottesville “Unite the Right” white nationalist rally in 2017.

The Swarm

Dr. Roche detects the same bacterium in crabs that have invaded coasts all over the world; Professor Lehmann has bad news for Sigur.

Found

In Episode 2, the team mobilizes to find an escort who disappeared near her apartment, while MSNBC’s Joy-Ann Reid launches a nationwide search for “Sir.” #NBCUSynergy (Series premiere earned an average reader grade of “B+.”)

Press Your Luck

Welcome to Wrexham

The FA Cup affords Wrexham a chance to live up to its storied past.

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