Premiering on Thursday, November 2, is the new CBS drama S.W.A.T. developed by Aaron Thomas, produced by Shawn Ryan and starring Shemar Moore, Stephanie Sigman, Alex Russell, Jay Harrington, Lina Esco, Kenny Johnson and Peter Onorati. The show’s original music is composed by Robert Duncan (Castle, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Unit, Timeless). Madison Gate Records has released a digital single featuring new version of the theme from the 70s series performed by Duncan. Click here to learn more about the release and the series, which will air Thursday nights on CBS.

Premiering on Friday, November 3, is the mini-series Alias Grace created Sarah Polley and starring Sarah Gadon, Anna Paquin, Zachary Levi, Paul Gross, Edward Holcroft, Kerr Logan, Rebecca Liddiard and David Cronenberg. Jeff Danna (The Good DinosaurStorksThe Boondock Saints) & Mychael Danna (Life of PiMoneyballCapote) have composed the show’s original music. To learn more about the 6-parter, which premiered on CBC in Canada last month and is making its U.S. premiere on Netflix this Friday, check out our scoring assignment announcement.

Premiering on Saturday, November 4, is the Lifetime original movie The Lost Wife of Robert Durst directed by Yves Simoneau, written by Bettina Gilois and starring Katharine McPhee and Daniel Gillies. The film’s original music is composed by H. Scott Salinas (Birth of the DragonCity of GhostsMurder in the FirstCartel Land). The movie centers on the wife of Robert Durst who falls in love with the real estate scion, only to find their marriage turning stranger, darker and more disturbing as time passes. To learn more about the drama, visit Lifetime’s official movie website.

Missing from last week’s TV music roundup was the NBC animated holiday special The David S. Pumpkins Halloween Special executive produced by Lorne Michaels and featuring the voices of Tom Hanks, Peter Dinklage, as well as co-writers Mikey Day, Bobby Moynihan and Streeter Seidell. Mark Mothersbaugh (Thor: RagnarokThe LEGO Movie21/22 Jump StreetThe Royal Tenenbaums) has composed the project’s original score. The animated comedy follows David Pumpkins and his skeleton sidekicks who show a young boy and his sister the true meaning of Halloween. The special premiered last night on NBC.

Also missing from last week’s roundup was the Lifetime original movie Flint directed by Bruce Beresford and starring Betsy Brandt, Jill Scott, Marin Ireland and Queen Latifah. The film’s original music is composed by John Debney (The Passion of the Christ, The Jungle Book, Elf, Iron Man 2, Bruce Almighty). Check out our previous news article to learn more about the drama, which premiered on October 28 and will air in repeats over the next couple of weeks on Lifetime.