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The 2017 midseason TV lineup is heading our way, bringing a bundle of returning shows as well as promising new offerings.

Here’s a guide to what’s coming when. As always, there’s plenty to choose from, on broadcast, cable and streaming sources.

“Emerald City”: A darker, grittier take on L. Frank Baum’s tales of Oz, wizards and Dorothy — here, an adult nurse from Kansas. (9 p.m. NBC)

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The 2017 midseason TV lineup is heading our way, bringing a bundle of returning shows as well as promising new offerings.

Here’s a guide to what’s coming when. As always, there’s plenty to choose from, on broadcast, cable and streaming sources.

“Emerald City”: A darker, grittier take on L. Frank Baum’s tales of Oz, wizards and Dorothy — here, an adult nurse from Kansas. (9 p.m. NBC)

What happened to Jacques Gaillard? The brilliant teacher at the École Nationale d’Administration, who trained some of France’s best and brightest as future prime ministers and presidents, vanished ten years ago, presumably from Paris. This ten-year-old mystery inspires a bet—one that Enzo Macleod, a biologist teaching in Toulouse, France, instead of pursuing a brilliant career in forensics back home in Scotland, can ill afford to lose.

The first audiobook which appeared in Georges Simenon's famous Maigret series, in a gripping new translation by David Bellos.Inevitably Maigret was a hostile presence in the Majestic. He constituted a kind of foreign body that the hotel's atmosphere could not assimilate. Not that he looked like a cartoon policeman. He didn't have a moustache and he didn't wear heavy boots. His clothes were well cut and made of fairly light worsted. He shaved every day and looked after his hands. But his frame was proletarian. He was a big, bony man.

From the best-selling author of Cry Baby , the beginning of a brilliant and gripping police procedural series set in Liverpool, perfect for fans of Peter James and Mark Billingham. A woman at home in Liverpool is disturbed by a persistent tapping at her back door. She's disturbed to discover the culprit is a raven and tries to shoo it away. Which is when the killer strikes. DS Nathan Cody, still bearing the scars of an undercover mission that went horrifyingly wrong, is put on the case.