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Friday, Nov. 15
The Man in the High Castle
Amazon Prime Video
The fourth and final season of the alternate-history drama will be rocked by war and revolution as Juliana Crain (Alexa Davalos) fights for a better world. As empires teeter, Chief Inspector Takeshi Kido (Joel de la Fuente) finds himself torn between his duty to his country and the bonds of family, and Reichsmarschall John Smith (Rufus Sewell) finds himself drawn to the portal the Nazis have built to another universe.
— The Man in the High Castle (@HighCastleTV) October 16, 2019
This thriller set in 1989 Tokyo follows Lucy (Alicia Vikander), an enigmatic ex-pat haunted by a painful past, who enters into an intense relationship with Teiji (Naoki Kobayashi), a handsome yet similarly troubled local photographer. Lucy’s imperturbable exterior begins to crack when a naive newcomer, Lily Bridges (Riley Keough), becomes entangled in their lives and ends up missing — suspected dead.
In this animated holiday comedy, when Jesper (voice of Jason Schwartzman) distinguishes himself as the postal academy’s worst student, he is stationed on a frozen island above the Arctic Circle. Jesper finds an ally in local teacher Alva (Rashida Jones), and discovers Klaus (J.K. Simmons), a mysterious carpenter who lives alone in a cabin full of handmade toys. Joan Cusack, Will Sasso and Norm Macdonald also lend their voices.
Christmas a la Mode
While Emily (Katie Leclerc) struggles to keep her family’s dairy farm afloat, she comes up with an ingenious plan to save it and holds an online holiday ice cream flavor contest. Thanks to an amazing apple pie used in the recipe, the ice cream flavor, Christmas à la Mode, goes viral, but Katie still needs a last-minute miracle to save the farm. Ryan Cooper, Jennifer Ellis, Caroline Keeler and Kathy Harum also star.
A Daughter’s Plan to Kill
When Katie (Claire Coffee) and Greg Carlyle (Matt Dallas) invited Greg’s estranged daughter Samantha (Jordan Lane Price) to live with them, they had no idea that they would be inviting jealousy, violence and deceit into their home to wreak havoc on their perfect life.
The Blacklist: “Hannah Hayes”
The task force investigates the unexplained disappearance and sudden re-emergence of a governor. Meanwhile, Red (James Spader) and Dembe (Hisham Tawfiq) surveil someone close to Katarina Rostova (guest star Laila Robins), as she inadvertently involves Agnes in an operation of her own.
Fresh Off the Boat: “Practicum?!”
When Evan (Ian Chen) starts to behave more like a typical eighth-grader, Jessica (Constance Wu) worries that his future as doctor/president may be in danger. Meanwhile, Eddie (Hudson Yang) has decided on Allen Iverson as his “hero” subject for an essay, sending Louis (Randall Park) on a mission to prove that he’s just as worthy of that title.
A Godwink Christmas: Meant for Love
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, 9pm
Kathie Lee Gifford, Cindy Busby and Ben Hollingsworth star in this original film inspired by SQuire Rushnell’s bestselling books.
One Fine Christmas
OWN joins the holiday festivities with three new movies this month. This “slice of life” holiday tale shares the individual stories of a group of neighbors as they celebrate Christmas Eve and find themselves unexpectedly united. Stars Rick Fox and his daughter Sasha Fox, Marla Gibbs and Vanessa Williams.
Great Performances: “Red”
Experience the passion of painter Mark Rothko in this six-time Tony-winning play dramatizing Rothko’s greatest challenge: creating the murals for New York’s iconic Four Seasons restaurant. Stars Alfred Molina as Rothko, with Alfred Enoch as his assistant.
Blue Bloods: “Friends in High Places”
Guest Star Alert!
While Henry (Len Cariou) works as an investigative consultant for child services, he and Danny (Donnie Wahlberg) butt heads over a case. Dylan Walsh guest-stars as Mayor Peter Chase in the new episode “Friends in High Places.”
Long Lost Family: “Not My Child to Keep”
Cohost Chris Jacobs unwraps the mystery of a woman’s origins, which began with her being abandoned at a Korean orphanage. And a lover’s violent death and the forced adoption of their newborn has cohost Lisa Joyner desperately searching for a woman’s only child, hoping it will heal her.
Saturday, Nov. 16
Big City Greens
Disney Channel, 9:30am
The animated series that follows the adventures of mischievous and optimistic 10-year-old Cricket Green after he moves from the country to the big city with his wildly out-of-place family — older sister Tilly, father Bill and Gramma Alice — returns for a second season, which includes a holiday musical featuring seven original songs and a video game-themed episode with CG animation.
Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures
Discovery Family Channel, 10am
This pellet-munching animated series starring Pac-Man and the residents of PacWorld premieres with the episode “The Adventure Begins Part One,” followed by the second part of the adventure. Thanks to the school bully, Pac-Man accidentally opens the portal to the Netherworld, unleashing an army of ghosts! Lucky for PacWorld, young Pac has the ability to eat the ghosts.
College Football: Navy at Notre Dame
NBC, 2:30pm Live
The Navy Midshipmen cruise into legendary Notre Dame Stadium to continue their longstanding college football rivalry with the Fighting Irish.
Christmas Under the Stars
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
Jesse Metcalfe stars as Nick, who loses his job in finance right before Christmas. Lost, he takes a gig at a tree lot where he meets Julie (Autumn Reeser), who is dealing with a significant life change of her own: the recent death of her father. Clarke Peters also stars.
Christmas in Louisiana
The Winter family is Christmas royalty in New Iberia, La., and Sarah Winter (Jana Kramer), a successful lawyer and former Miss Christmas, is no exception. When she returns home to celebrate the anniversary of the town’s Sugarcane Christmas Festival with her mother (Moira Kelly) and her grandparents (Dee Wallace and Barry Bostwick), she rediscovers the magic of the season — and a little romance — with her former Mister Christmas, Luke (Percy Daggs III).
My Sister’s Deadly Secret
When Sharon (Katrina Begin) tracks down her estranged sister Raven (Katie Michels), she’s elated to be back together until she begins to suspect that Raven isn’t her sister at all, but rather an opportunistic impostor. Also starring Diora Baird and Mark Famiglietti.
Saturday Night Live: “Harry Styles”
NBC, 11:30pm Live
Recording artist Harry Styles pulls double duty tonight, making his hosting debut and his second solo musical guest appearance. Styles will present the first performance of his new single, “Lights Up.”
Sunday, Nov. 17
Season 3 of the acclaimed drama about the life of Queen Elizabeth spans the early 1960s through late 1970s and introduces Olivia Colman and Tobias Menzies as appropriately older versions of Elizabeth and Prince Philip. Also new to the cast are Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret, Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles, Emma Corrin as Lady Diana Spencer and Gillian Anderson as Margaret Thatcher.
Valerie’s Home Cooking
Food Network, 11:30am
In the Season 10 premiere, “Thanksgiving, SoCal-style,” Valerie Bertinelli loves the ease of living and cooking in Southern California, and the Thanksgiving holiday is no exception. This year, she’s treating her guests to a luscious, festive, Cali-style celebration with all the traditional flavors of turkey, sweet potatoes and stuffing done with a SoCal twist.
Figure Skating: ISU Grand Prix Series: Rostelecom Cup
NBC, 12pm Live
Figure skating’s ISU Grand Prix Series stops in Moscow for the Rostelecom Cup.
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Ford EcoBoost 400
NBC, 3pm Live
The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season comes down to the Ford EcoBoost 400 finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The highest-placing finisher among the Championship 4 finalists in today’s race wins the season championship.
When their family bakery may have to close its doors, rival sisters team up to win the grand prize in a national baking competition. The siblings are thrown into the fierce world of culinary competition, but discover a prize larger than they’d ever imagined. Cindy Busby, Erin Karpluk, Corey Loranger and Kristian Bruun star.
2019 Soul Train Awards
BET & BET Her, 8pm Live
Tisha Campbell and Tichina Arnold are back to host the annual awards ceremony that recognizes the best in soul, R&B and hip-hop across 12 different categories. Chris Brown leads the nominees with eight nods, followed by Drake with seven, and Beyoncé and Lizzo with six each.
Good Eats: “The Turkey Strikes Back … Again”
Food Network, 8pm
Alton Brown hosts a one-hour special dedicated to the most versatile of the “New World” birds, which is often reserved for holiday meals only. Brown puts an end to that with three recipes that can be created year-round.
The Simpsons: “Livin La Pura Vida”
The Simpsons join other Springfield families on the Van Houtens’ annual trip to Costa Rica, which they obviously can’t afford. Fortune Feimster provides a guest voice in the new episode “Livin La Pura Vida.”
Write Before Christmas
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
Jessica (Torrey DeVitto) sends Christmas cards to those who’ve had a major impact on her life — the aunt who raised her, her brother, an aging pop star, the teacher who inspired her and her friend who always tells the truth. Chad Michael Murray, Grant Show, Lolita Davidovich and Drew Seeley also star.
Random Acts of Christmas
While uncovering who is behind the random acts of Christmas popping up around her city, investigative journalist Sydney (Erin Cahill) meets a competing reporter, Cole (Kevin McGarry), who ignites her Christmas spirit and captures her heart, but may not be the man he claims to be. Also stars Jaclyn Smith and Patrick Duffy.
Season 7 returns at a new time with Ray (Liev Schreiber) making progress with his therapist, Dr. Amiot (Alan Alda), and working to forgive his father Mickey (Jon Voight) for inflicting past trauma. Bridget (Kerris Dorsey) and Smitty (Graham Rogers) adjust to life as newlyweds, Bunchy (Dash Mihok) attempts to work an honest job, Daryll (Pooch Hall) finds romance, and Terry (Eddie Marsan) seeks an alternative treatment for his Parkinson’s disease.
America in Color
Smithsonian Channel, 8pm
History transforms from black-and-white to vivid color in this neat series, which looks at gold rushers in 1898 Alaska, infamous bank robbers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, and more in Season 3. Then, Britain in Color debuts with an episode on royalty.
NFL Football: Chicago at L.A. Rams
NBC, 8:15pm Live
Khalil Mack and the Chicago Bears try to stuff Jared Goff and the potent Rams offense in this Sunday Night Football matchup at L.A.’s Memorial Coliseum.
God Friended Me: “The Last Grenelle”
Atheist podcaster Miles (Brandon Micheal Hall) hasn’t been able to walk away from “God,” the mysterious social media account guiding him to people who need his help. So what happens when he meets Gideon (guest star T.R. Knight), who left the God Account behind years ago?
Bless the Harts: “Myrtle Beach Memoirs”
When the Last Supper restaurant is closed for repairs, the Harts head to Myrtle Beach for a family vacation that they can’t exactly afford in the new episode “Myrtle Beach Memoirs.”
Bob’s Burgers: “Land of the Loft”
In the new episode “Land of the Loft,” Bob and Linda (voices of H. Jon Benjamin and John Roberts) challenge themselves and attend a loft party on a stormy night.
NCIS: Los Angeles: “Human Resources”
In the new episode “Human Resources,” a Navy lieutenant disappears from the scene of a car accident, and the NCIS team discovers his laptop is missing along with recently accessed confidential information about retired Navy SEALs.
Family Guy: “Heart Burn”
In the new episode “Heart Burn,” the Griffins recount their own versions of three famous love stories.
Sam Houston and the Texas Fight for Freedom
FOX News Channel, 10pm
FOX News Channel presents one-hour special hosted by FOX & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade and based off of his latest book, Sam Houston & the Alamo Avengers: The Texas Victory that Changed American History. The special will take viewers through the battles and events that led to the birth of Texas. Additionally, the program will feature interviews with special guests, including historian Douglas Brinkley, Gen. Stanley McChrystal and Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush. An extended director’s cut version will be available on FNC’s on demand subscription-based streaming service, FOX Nation, beginning tonight at 10:05pm ET.
The Rookie: “Clean Cut”
Officer Nolan (Nathan Fillion) kicks off his birthday by babysitting a crime scene at a law office. Meanwhile, Officer Bradford (Eric Winter) and Officer West (Titus Makin Jr.) are set to receive special awards, and Sgt. Grey (Richard T. Jones) rides patrol with Officer Harper (Mekia Cox) after she requests an early annual evaluation.
Macy’s Thanksgiving Cake Spectacular
Food Network, 10pm
Maureen McCormick hosts four of the country’s best bakers as they design sweet tributes to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons and floats. The most successful cake artist will take home the grand prize of $10,000 and have their work featured in Macy’s flagship New York City store, plus receive tickets to the parade. The judges are Buddy Valastro, Susan Tercero and last season’s winner, Timbo Sullivan.
Lost Secrets: “American Viking Queen”
Travel Channel, 11pm
Historian Justin Jampol is presented with a spindle whorl that unlocks a story of America that has never been told: evidence that a Viking woman may have been the first European to set foot here, 500 years before Columbus.
Monday, Nov. 18
College Basketball: Utah Valley at Kentucky
ESPN2, 7pm Live
The Utah Valley Wolverines visit Rupp Arena in Lexington for a matchup against the Kentucky Wildcats.
NFL Football: Kansas City at L.A. Chargers (at Mexico City)
ESPN, 8pm Live
The Kansas City Chiefs duel with the L.A. Chargers in this Monday Night Football matchup at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City.
The Voice: “Live Top 13 Performances”
NBC, 8pm Live
The top 13 artists perform live in front of coaches Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani for America’s vote. This week’s theme is Dedications Week, so the artists will perform songs dedicated to someone special.
All Rise: “Maricela and the Desert”
In the new episode “Maricela and the Desert,” Lola (Simone Missick) and Emily (Jessica Camacho) find themselves on opposing sides when the key witness in a murder trial is the victim’s 11-year-old daughter.
Love It or List It
Design pro Hilary Farr and real estate expert David Visentin try to sway more homeowners who are on the fence about moving. Tonight, Hilary aims to please by making over a cracked ceiling and closed-off rooms. David searches for an upgraded abode.
American Masters: “N. Scott Momaday: Words From a Bear”
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and poet N. Scott Momaday is best known for House Made of Dawn. He is a formative voice of the Native American Renaissance in art and literature.
The Good Doctor: “Moonshot”
Carly’s (Jasika Nicole) attempts at increasing her intimacy with Shaun (Freddie Highmore) are becoming more of a frustration than either of them expected. Meanwhile, Lim (Christina Chang) and Melendez (Nicholas Gonzalez) struggle in their relationship as they work to separate their work from their personal life.
Bluff City Law: “Ave Maria”
Elijah (Jimmy Smits) and Sydney (Caitlin McGee) help a Catholic teacher who is fired from her school after undergoing IVF treatment. Anthony (Michael Luwoye) gets involved with Briana’s (MaameYaa Boafo) nephew when he is prohibited from competing on the high school wrestling team.
In the age of social media, where preconceived notions dominate and dating apps thrive on a swipe left or right, hopeful singles looking to form a true connection — or perhaps just any connection — take the ultimate plunge when they embark on a blind date. A nod to the original format with a modernized twist to match social media trends, each half-hour episode focuses on two couples of varying ethnicity, sexual orientation and age.
Tuesday, Nov. 19
Star of the Month: Bette Davis
TCM, beginning at 6am
Bette Davis classics from the 1940s are spotlighted today, with titles including The Little Foxes (1941), The Man Who Came to Dinner (1942), Now, Voyager (1942), Mr. Skeffington (1945) and more.
The Conners: “Slappy Holidays”
Conner family tensions run higher than a thermometer in a Thanksgiving turkey on tonight’s episode, and Katey Sagal has a front-row seat as Louise, the La Casita Bonita manager who fancies widower Dan (John Goodman). She scores an invite to their holiday dinner — where Darlene (Sara Gilbert) continues to vote against the financial gamble of her sister, Becky (Lecy Goranson), and Aunt Jackie (Laurie Metcalf) reviving the Lanford Lunch Box restaurant.
NCIS: “Musical Chairs”
In the new episode “Musical Chairs,” the NCIS team investigates the murder of a musician in the Navy’s most elite band that performs at diplomatic events around the world.
The Resident: “Woman Down”
In the new episode “Woman Down,” one of Chastain Memorial Hospital’s own is brought into the emergency room with life-threatening injuries, and the staff rallies around each other to try to save her life.
The Voice: “Live Top 13 Eliminations”
NBC, 8pm Live
In the live results show, 10 artists will be revealed as safe by America’s votes. The bottom three artists will then compete for the Instant Save and one artist will move on.
NBCSN, beginning at 8pm Live
Steven Stamkos and the Tampa Bay Lightning are in St. Louis to face off against Ryan O’Reilly and the defending Stanley Cup champion Blues, followed by Connor McDavid and the Edmonton Oilers in San Jose to clash with Logan Couture and the Sharks.
The Real Housewives of Orange County: “Viral Videos and Vendettas”
A video of Tamra listing rumors about Kelly goes viral, which causes Kelly to retaliate. While Shannon prepares for divorce court, Kelly makes contact with her mother and her brother for the first time in two years. Things get wild when Braunwyn throws a weaning party to celebrate the end of 19 years of breastfeeding.
FBI: “Codename: Ferdinand”
Who says you don’t get to know characters’ personal lives on procedurals? Agent Maggie Bell (Missy Peregrym) finds herself revisiting the death of her reporter husband when investigating a similar scenario: A photographer is killed in a car crash that may or may not have been an accident.
Discovery Channel, 9pm
Season 9 of the reality series returns to the most remote corners of Appalachia to follow America’s most daring outlaw distillers as they make authentic spirits and fight for their historic way of life.
Relatively Evil: “Blood Money”
Investigation Discovery, 9pm
After years in foster care, 19-year-old Matthew Graville reunites with his long-lost biological brother, Jeffrey Voglesberg. Soon after Matthew becomes immersed in the family dynamics, cracks in the newly formed facade begin to appear. The ongoing rivalry and resentment lead to an unbelievable crime and coverup.
This Is Us: “So Long, Marianne”
The Pearson family gathers for their first Thanksgiving at Randall’s (Sterling K. Brown) Philadelphia townhouse.
black-ish: “O Mother Where Art Thou?”
When Dre (Anthony Anderson) discovers that Lynette (guest star Loretta Devine) is an art aficionado like himself, the two quickly bond and become close, but he begins to feel guilty since he is spending more time with her than with Ruby (Jenifer Lewis). Meanwhile, Junior (Marcus Scribner) introduces Bow (Tracee Ellis Ross) to virtual reality.
NCIS: New Orleans: “The Order of the Mongoose”
In the new episode “The Order of the Mongoose,” Sebastian (Rob Kerkovich) calls the NCIS team to assist with a possible kidnapping case when a dignitary’s son he was assigned to protect disappears from a local concert venue.
Comedy Central, 10pm
Daniel Tosh wraps up Season 11 of his irreverent series delving into all aspects of the internet.
New Amsterdam: “The Island”
When an inmate comes in with an entirely preventable illness, Max (Ryan Eggold), Sharpe (Freema Agyeman) and Iggy (Tyler Labine) head directly to the source — Rikers Island. Meanwhile, Bloom (Janet Montgomery) struggles with her recovery, and Reynolds (Jocko Sims) gets news that could change his life.
Frontline: “For Sama”
This is the astonishing personal story of a young Syrian mother’s perseverance through the siege of Aleppo. Told as a love letter from a mother to her daughter, the film explores the agonizing dilemma of whether to abandon Aleppo and the fight for freedom.
The Jim Jefferies Show
Comedy Central, 10:30pm
Australian comedian and late-night host Jim Jefferies finishes Season 3 of his series that takes an unapologetic, honest and international approach to culture and politics.
Wednesday, Nov. 20
ESPN, beginning at 7:30pm Live
The Golden State Warriors are on the road against the Dallas Mavericks in the first game of ESPN’s NBA doubleheader. In the second game, the Boston Celtics are in L.A. to face the Clippers.
Riverdale: “Chapter Sixty-Four: The Ice Storm”
The CW, 8pm
Archie’s (KJ Apa) plan to host a peaceful Thanksgiving dinner at the community center quickly gets derailed when some unexpected guests arrive. Stranded at Stonewall Prep by an ice storm, Jughead (Cole Sprouse) and Betty (Lili Reinhart) search for clues about a recent death on campus.
Chicago Med: “I Can’t Imagine the Future”
April (Yaya DaCosta) receives unfortunate news that makes her question her future with Ethan (Brian Tee). Dr. Charles (Oliver Platt) and Maggie (Marlyne Barrett) see tough times on the horizon. Natalie’s (Torrey DeVitto) memory from before the accident starts to return.
NHL Hockey: Washington at N.Y. Rangers
NBCSN, 8pm Live
NBCSN’s Wednesday Night Hockey features the Washington Capitals in New York City’s Madison Square Garden to skate against the Rangers.
Follow the adventures of bears across the globe, from the mighty grizzly to the bamboo-eating panda.
The Real Housewives of Dallas: “Babes in Thailand”
The Dallas ladies’ first day of the trip is jam-packed as they explore all Thailand has to offer. But it’s not all fun and leisure: LeeAnne and Kary remain at odds, and when D’Andra shows up to dinner wearing LeeAnne’s L’Infinity dress as a joke, LeeAnne thinks it’s no laughing matter.
SEAL Team: “The Ones You Can’t See”
Bravo Team is on a mission to help the Secret Service prevent a sniper attack on U.S. dignitaries. But the brutal physical nature of the job may be catching up with team leader Jason Hayes (David Boreanaz), who contemplates surgery for an injury.
Holmes and Holmes
DIY Network, 9pm
Renovation pro Mike Holmes has some bad news for the homeowners of his latest project (otherwise known
as the Half Done House). During demolition, he found faulty electrical wiring, careless construction work and shoddy plumbing. More money down the drain?
Chicago Fire: “Best Friend Magic”
An unexpected visit throws Casey (Jesse Spencer) for a loop. Severide (Taylor Kinney) sets out to exonerate a wrongly convicted arsonist. Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) pays the price for burning the candle at both ends. Cruz (Joe Minoso) goes on a mission to fix one of Otis’ (Yuri Sardarov) old toys.
Stumptown: “November Surprise”
Antisocial private eye Dex (Cobie Smulders) has two goals in this episode of the action-packed freshman drama: dig up dirt on a politician by going undercover on his staff, and survive Friendsgiving at the bar Bad Alibi.
Back in the Game
Baseball great Alex Rodriguez rehabs the reputations and finances of the once-famous in this series. Tonight’s mentee: original American Idol cohost Brian Dunkleman.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
The Paddy’s Pub gang ends Season 14 of the comedy with back-to-back episodes that go from a debate over women’s haircuts to a debate over why they play laser tag.
Chicago P.D.: “Absolution”
In the fall finale, Halstead’s (Jesse Lee Soffer) secret, ongoing relationship with a woman connected to another case puts him in jeopardy.
Thursday, Nov. 21
Murder, She Wrote: “Something Borrowed, Someone Blue”
Cozi TV, 1pm
Maude’s Bill Macy, who passed away last month, guest-stars as the playboy uncle of the bride when Grady (Michael Horton), beloved nephew of mystery writer Jessica Fletcher (Angela Lansbury), weds in this 1989 episode of the drama. Worth it just to hear him coo, “Kinky.”
Chasing the Sun
Former pro surfer and model Stephen Friedman’s travel series — which focuses the camera on the locals, not him — wraps up with a two-parter set in the northeast of Brazil. It’s for anyone who values conversation above scenery, though the sight of passionate young men and women practicing the acrobatic sport capoeira would certainly qualify as an amazing view.
Grey’s Anatomy: “Let’s All Go to the Bar”
Jo (Camilla Luddington) becomes a safe haven volunteer and gets a call that a baby has been dropped off at Station 19. Meanwhile, Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) moves forward with her life after facing the medical board, and Bailey (Chandra Wilson) and Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) swap pregnancy updates.
Young Sheldon: “The Sin of Greed and a Chimichanga From Chi-Chi’s”
The university makes George Sr. (Lance Barber) a lucrative job offer in the hopes of recruiting Sheldon (Iain Armitage) in the new episode “The Sin of Greed and a Chimichanga From Chi-Chi’s.”
College Football: NC State at Georgia Tech
ESPN, 8pm Live
The NC State Wolfpack are at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta for an ACC clash against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
NFL Football: Indianapolis at Houston
FOX & NFL Network, 8pm Live
Week 12 of the NFL season kicks off with the Thursday Night Football matchup in the AFC South between the Indianapolis Colts and the Texans at Houston’s NRG Stadium.
Superstore: “Curbside Pickup”
As part of a new corporate initiative Dina (Lauren Ash) is spearheading, Jonah (Ben Feldman), Cheyenne (Nichole Bloom) and other overworked employees have to rush items directly to shoppers’ cars. Amy’s (America Ferrera) brother Eric (George Salazar) visits the store, and Amy thinks she sees a spark with Mateo (Nico Santos). Garrett (Colton Dunn) is impressed by a customer’s high-tech purchase.
Directed by John Ford
TCM, beginning at 8pm
Enjoy an evening of films helmed by legendary director John Ford, beginning with The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) and also featuring The Searchers (1956), The Grapes of Wrath (1940) and more. The evening will also include a 2018 documentary called John Ford: The Man Who Invented America.
TNT, beginning at 8pm Live
The Portland Trail Blazers visit Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee to take on Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks. In TNT’s second game, the New Orleans Pelicans are in Arizona to take on the Phoenix Suns.
The Unicorn: “Turkeys and Traditions”
Tonight, the show about widower Wade Felton navigating parenthood and dating after the loss of his wife continues to find the humor amid the pain when Wade and his girls host Thanksgiving for their friends and extended family, including his opinionated sister-in-law (guest star Annie Mumolo).
Perfect Harmony: “Thanks-Taking”
Jax (Rizwan Manji) convinces Arthur (Bradley Whitford) to join the choir’s progressive Thanksgiving dinner and snoop in various choir members’ homes to find a missing item. Meanwhile, Adams (Tymberlee Hill) invites her handsome contractor to dinner as a setup for Ginny (Anna Camp), but he has something else in mind.
A Million Little Things: “time stands still”
Rome (Romany Malco) helps PJ (Chandler Riggs) through a personal crisis, while Gary (James Roday) and Maggie’s (Allison Miller) relationship takes a turn. Delilah (Stephanie Szostak), Eddie (David Giuntoli) and Katherine (Grace Park) make tough decisions that will affect their families.
The Good Place: “The Answer”
In an attempt to plan a better future, Chidi (William Jackson Harper) considers his past.
Carol’s Second Act: “Sick and Retired”
Guest Star Alert!
Carol (Patricia Heaton) jealously witnesses what retirement would have looked like for her when her dear friend Phyllis (guest star Jane Kaczmarek) is admitted to the hospital in the new episode “Sick and Retired.”
Will & Grace: “The Grief Panda”
In the aftermath of Will (Eric McCormack) and McCoy (Matt Bomer) breaking up, Grace (Debra Messing) and Jack (Sean Hayes) hire the Grief Panda to help Will process his pain. With Karen (Megan Mullally) completely occupied with her new baseball team, Grace believes that she has to fire Karen in order to set her free.
Law & Order: SVU: “Can’t Be Held Accountable”
A fellow detective asks the SVU for help when he suspects his two daughters are being groomed by a serial predator. Kat (Jamie Gray Hyder) disobeys the captain’s orders.
Friday, Nov. 22
Wizarding World Week
Syfy, various times
Starting tonight and through Wednesday, Nov. 27, celebrate the Wizarding World with all of the Harry Potter films as well as Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Hawaii Five-0: “Ka la’au kumu ‘ole o Kahilikolo (The Trunkless Tree of Kahilikolo)”
Crime doesn’t take a Thanksgiving break! Tonight, the Task Force seeks a stolen koa tree (valued at more than a million dollars) that could help solve a 15-year-old case. Also, Danny (Scott Caan) temporarily moves in with partner McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin).
ESPN, beginning at 8pm Live
LaMarcus Aldridge leads the San Antonio Spurs into Philadelphia to face Joel Embiid and the 76ers, followed by James Harden and the Houston Rockets visiting L.A.’s Staples Center to clash with Kawhi Leonard and the Clippers.
The Magical Christmas Shoes
A pair of magical shoes steps into Kayla Hummel’s (Erin Karpluk) holiday season, allowing her to rediscover her Christmas spirit and find love, too. Damon Runyan also stars.
The Blacklist: “The Hawaladar”
Desperate for information about the whereabouts of a longtime friend, Red (James Spader) directs the task force to find a blacklister who specializes in untraceable money transfers. Meanwhile, Liz (Megan Boone) receives some disturbing news from her daughter Agnes.
Fresh Off the Boat: “TMI: Too Much Integrity”
Newbie business consultant Louis (Randall Park) helps his neighbor Honey (Chelsey Crisp) land a slot on Good Morning Orlando to promote her advice blog for moms. Unfortunately for him — but good for the sake of comedy — he forgets Rule No. 1: Keep the client happy!
An overworked businesswoman (Kimberly Elise) learns the meaning of “be careful what you wish for” after she offhandedly wishes she had taken another path in life. Her world is turned upside down when that wish comes true.
Great Performances: “Much Ado About Nothing”
Recorded live at the Public Theater’s Free Shakespeare in the Park performance, this modern interpretation of the romantic classic has an all-black cast that features Danielle Brooks (Orange Is the New Black) and Grantham Coleman.
College Football: Colorado State at Wyoming
ESPN2, 9:30pm Live
Mountain West Conference foes collide at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie as the Colorado State Rams visit the Wyoming Cowboys.
Long Lost Family: “An Adult Orphan”
Cohost Lisa Joyner hopes that locating a man’s biological mother will finally allow him to overcome his lifelong struggle with abandonment, while cohost Chris Jacobs is tasked with finding a woman’s only child and delivering the difficult details of her daughter’s birth story.
Comedy Central Standup Presents
Comedy Central, 11pm
Comedy Central’s showcase of up-and-coming standup comedians closes the curtain on Season 8 with back-to-back episodes featuring Charles Gould and Sara Schaefer.
Saturday, Nov. 23
The Kitchen: Thanksgiving Live
Food Network, 11am
Hosts Sunny Anderson, Alex Guarnaschelli, Katie Lee, Jeff Mauro and Geoffrey Zakarian are joined by Alton Brown for this interactive two-hour event that offers recipes, tips and snack hacks perfect for those cooking on Turkey Day.
College Football: Boston College at Notre Dame
NBC, 2:30pm Live
In a college football rivalry nicknamed the “Holy War,” the Boston College Eagles land in Notre Dame Stadium for a Saturday afternoon showdown with the Fighting Irish.
Christmas at Graceland: Home for the Holidays
Hallmark Channel, 8pm
Adrian Grenier, Kaitlin Doubleday, Priscilla Presley and Chase Bryant star in this rom-com that takes place at the legendary home of the King of Rock ’n’ Roll, Elvis Presley.
Twinkle All the Way
To pull off a spectacular Christmas-themed wedding at the exclusive Snowview Lodge, wedding planner Cadence Clark (Sarah Drew) joins forces with Henry Harrison (Ryan McPartlin), the co-owner of a family-run Christmas decoration and house-lighting company. As the pair help each other on their big holiday projects, a romance starts to bloom until a snowstorm threatens everything. Leslie Ann Warren also stars.
My Husband’s Secret Twin
Melanie (Charlotte Graham) suspects that her husband Derrick (Rick Cosnett), the man she has known for years, is not who she married. As his actions grow stranger, she embarks on a quest to find out what’s wrong by studying her husband’s odd behavior, following his every move and probing into his past. Sofia Mattsson also stars.
When Lucy Jacobs (Olivia Holt) returns to her small town for Thanksgiving after the start of her freshman year at a big-city university, she suspects she’s about to get turkey dropped — dumped by her high school sweetheart. To avoid a Turkey Day travesty, Lucy gets out of her comfort zone, takes control of her happiness and proves that she’s not the same play-it-safe girl she was in high school. Also stars Cheryl Hines, Ben Levin and Tyler Perez.
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, 9pm
While planning an annual Christmas party, Peyton (Ashley Williams) and Ben (Paul Campbell) are forced to work together to care for a friend’s daughter. While finding their Christmas spirit, the pair also discovers a spark of romance.