Beyonce shares her brilliance, detective Bosch takes on the opioid crisis and reality TV stars race around the world.

Dispatches: Weekly TV news
Tatiana Maslany (“Orphan Black”) will play a lead role opposite Matthew Rhys in HBO’s reimagined “Perry Mason.” Maslany has been cast as Sister Alice, the powerful and influential leader of the Radiant Assembly of God.

“NCIS” (CBS) has been renewed for a 17th season. The show is averaging 16 million viewers in 2018-2019, is the highest rated drama and second highest rated series in all of television (behind CBS’s “The Big Bang Theory”) and is licensed in more than 200 territories across the globe.

Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry are teaming up for her forthcoming multi-part series on mental health. The project will launch in 2020 on Apple TV+.

Can’t wait for the next installment of “American Horror Story”? FX has got you. The network has released a teaser for “American Horror Story: 1984.”

Contenders: Shows to keep on your radar
Because, Beyonce. “Homecoming: A Film by Beyonce” (April 17, Netflix) documents her 2018 performance at Coachella, with behind the scenes footage of putting the show together. From concept to rehearsals to the performance, it’s “Queen Bey” at her best.

More teams test their skills, endurance and determination not to have a public meltdown in a foreign country on the 31st edition of “The Amazing Race” (April 17, CBS, 9 p.m. ET). In a casting move that’s either brilliant or lazy, CBS has decided to keep it all in the reality TV family. This season’s racers are returning players who are up against alumni of “Survivor” and “Big Brother.”

“Bosch” returns April 19 on Amazon Prime Video. Last season, the Hollywood homicide detective finally closed the case on his mother’s killer. The action picks up 15 months later with Bosch (Titus Welliver) facing suspicion that he planted evidence and convicted the wrong man in a past case. While trying to clear his name, he investigates a murder at a Hollywood pharmacy that exposes a dangerous opioid pill operation.

Filmed over a three-year period that includes before and after the death of Freddie Gray in police custody, “Charm City” on “Independent Lens” (April 22, PBS, 10 p.m. ET) profiles a group of police, community leaders, government officials and citizens who are trying to come to terms with Baltimore’s violence and claim a better future for their city.

Calling all car lovers and those of you who like to watch celebrities test their automotive skills in exotic locations: “Top Gear” returns for season 26 (April 25, BBC America, 9 p.m. ET). Five hour-long episodes feature Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris, Rory Reid and The Stig, who attempt to discover the best supercar alternatives to the family car, race to the top of a mountain in very small 4x4’s and take their lives into their hands in Tuk-Tuk’s across Sri Lanka.

Report Card: A look at ratings winners and losers
Winners: CBS announced that “FBI” and “Magnum P.I.” will be back next season.

Losers: NBC’s “The Village” is the network’s second-lowest-rated freshman show of the season, making it a likely cancellation.
Melissa Crawley is the author of “Mr. Sorkin Goes to Washington: Shaping the President on Television’s ‘The West Wing.’” She has a Ph.D. in media studies and is a member of the Television Critics Association. To comment on Stay Tuned, email her at staytuned@outlook.com or follow her on Twitter at @mcstaytuned.