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bob电竞竞猜采用百度引擎6(Baidu 0)eir secrets and family conflicts.Spirit Riding Free: The Spirit of Christmas, Netflix — Lucky and her friends embark on a Christmas Eve adventure into the city to find the perfect gift, but their return to Miradero for the holiday festivities are ruined when as avalanche derails their plans.Reprisal, Hulu — A hyper-noir story that follows a relentless femme fatale (Abigail Spencer) who, after being left for dead, sets out to take revenge against her brother and his bombastic gang of gearheads.A Storybook Christmas, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — If event planner Celeste Everett (Ali Liebert) is going to save her business and give her niece a happy Christmas season, she is going to need help. When the nanny she hires turns out to be a man (Jake Epstein), Celeste surprisingly realizes she may have also found Christmas love for herself.Saturday, Dec. 7(Photo by Lifetime)Dreamworks Where s Waldo, Universal Kids, 10 a.m. — The TV network that playfully celebrates kids’ everyday adventures, will debut a holiday-themed season finale of DreamWorks Where’s Waldo? with guest star Chris Sullivan (This Is Us) as Santa Claus. Mistletoe Menorahs, Lifetime, 6 p.m. — When a determined toy company executive, Christy (Kelly Jakle), must learn about Hanukkah in a hurry in order to land a big account, she enlists the help of her co-worker s friend Jonathan (Jake Epstein), who happens to also be in desperate need of turning his bachelor pad into a Christmas Wonderland to impress his girlfriend s father. After butting heads, they realize they need each other s holiday expertise and quickly appreciate one another s cultures and each other. As they spend more time together, they realize they have more in common and a holiday romance lights up.Matchmaker Christmas, Lifetime, 6 p.m. — As the Christmas party for a book publishing company approaches, editor Maggie volunteers to help her boss Amanda find a date. Matchmaking is a bit of a hobby for Maggie (Emily Rose), but she is thrown off her game when Jaxson (Corey Sevier), her old boyfriend from her college years, shows up at her work—as a newly signed, successful author. Maggie would love to deny she feels anything for him still, but Jaxson isn’t making it easy. She’ll have to face her decisions of the past, along with Amanda eyeing Jaxson, to bring together the perfect matches at Christmas.Homicide for the Holidays, Oxygen, 7:30  p.m. — Season 4 unwraps four chilling stories of holidays taking a sweeping turn when a loved one is brutally killed by an unforeseen suspect and investigations unfold that stun everyone involved.Christmas Unleashed, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — When Becca s (Vanessa Lachey) dog runs away on Christmas Eve, she must team up with her ex-boyfriend Max (Christopher Russell) to find him. As the pup leads the exes on an all-day-and-night search through their North Carolina hometown, they revisit people, places and things that remind them of the Christmas pasts they spent together. A Christmas Love Story, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — Chenoweth is a youth choir director who needs to write a big song for a Christmas Eve show but is distracted when a boy with a golden voice joins her choir, which comes as a surprise to his widowed father (Scott Wolf).A Homecoming for the Holidays, Hallmark Movies Mysteries 9 p.m. — Country singer Charlotte (Laura Osnes) is home for the holidays and brother Ryan s fellow ex-soldier Matt (Stephen Huszar) is in town. Writing her new album, Charlotte works with Matt to build a house for a friend in town.Sunday, Dec. 8Christmas in Paris, UPtv, 7 p.m. — A gorgeous, French multi-millionaire (Karl E. Landler) comes to Montana to do a deal and photo shoot with a major cosmetics company and meets the woman of his dreams (Rebecca Dalton) – the beautiful Art Director on his shoot. When the two jet off to Paris on a whirlwind Christmas adventure, they each think that their happiness could last forever. But in the middle of their magical Parisian getaway, she discovers a secret about him that could push them apart forever. Based on the best-selling Harlequin book A Fortune of Texas Christmas.Grounded for Christmas, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — When a winter storm hits Cleveland and grounds flights, the nearby hotels quickly fill up with stranded travelers. Nina (Julianna Guill), a pilot, reluctantly agrees to let her arrogant but charming fellow pilot, Brady (Corey Sevier), stay at her nearby parents home. But when they discover her family is hosting a tree trimming party that night and that her ex will be there, Brady pretends to be her boyfriend to help her out. When the snowstorm continues, their ruse snowballs as Nina and Brady are stuck attending holiday events together. But as Christmas nears, these two opposites begin to realize the best gift they could ever receive, is perhaps, each other. Christmas at Dollywood, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — When a NYC event planner (Danica McKellar) returns to TN to plan the Christmas celebration at Dollywood, she s paired with the head of operations (Niall Matter) who thinks he can handle the party just fine on his own.Kids Baking Championship: North Pole Edition, Food Network, 8 p.m. — The bakers must think on their feet, as Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman challenge them to fill a mini fireplace mantel with Santastic Sweets. Special guest Casey Webb weighs in to help determine the winner of the baker s dream prize package of top-of-the-line baking equipment worth over ,000.Time for You to Come Home for Christmas, Hallmark Movies Mysteries, 9 p.m. — When Katherine (Alison Sweeney) returns home after her husband passed, she meets a veteran (Lucas Bryant) who is on his own holiday journey. As Christmas nears, they learn of a bond that may be the miracle they need. Monday, Dec. 9A Family Reunion Christmas, Netflix — The McKellans are back to spread Christmas joy in this holiday special about the importance of family, forgiveness, and empathy.Beat Shazam (Holiday Episode), Fox, 9 p.m. — Seasonal classics mix with music s biggest hit songs, as teams of cousins, military DJs and a father-daughter duo compete in the all-new Santa Jamie special holiday episode.Tuesday, Dec. 10Ellen’s Greatest Night of Giveaways, NBC, 8 p.m. — Series airs over three nights from Dec. 10 through 12. Get ready to bring your tissues as unsuspecting people are given life-changing gifts from Ellen DeGeneres.The Conners, ABC, 8 p.m. — Smoking Penguins and Santa on Santa action  Bless This Mess, ABC, 8:30 p.m. — Goose Glazing Time Mixed-ish, ABC, 9 p.m. — Do They Know It s Christmas?  (Photo by ABC)Black-ish, ABC, 9:30 p.m. — Father Christmas  Ultimate Holiday Feast, FYI, 10 p.m. — Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson, food writer and chef Gail Simmons and comedian Max Silvestri come together and share their most favorite and delectable holiday traditions for the “Ultimate Holiday Feast.” From Gail demonstrating a modern take on her mother’s latke recipe to Marcus’ traditional Swedish holiday dish watch as they take viewers on a worldly food tour.  Wednesday, Dec. 11The Goldbergs, ABC, 8 p.m. — It s a Wonderful Life  Modern Family, ABC, 9 p.m. — The Last Christmas  Single Parents, ABC, 9:31 p.m. — Good Holidays to You  Thursday, Dec. 12Olaf s Frozen Adventure, ABC, 8 p.m. — Olaf (voice of Josh Gad) teams up with Sven on a merry mission. It s the first holiday season since the gates reopened and Anna (voice of Kristen Bell) and Elsa (voice of Idina Menzel) host a celebration for all of Arendelle. When the townspeople unexpectedly leave early to enjoy their individual holiday customs, the sisters realize they have no family traditions of their own. So, Olaf sets out to comb the kingdom to bring home the best traditions, and save Anna and Elsa s first Christmas in forever.  The Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition, ABC, 9 p.m. — Based on the hit U.K. series The Great British Baking Show, The Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition features bakers from across the country battling through 24 total challenges with six challenges throughout each two-hour themed episode, all in the hopes of being crowned America s Best Amateur Baker.  Friday, Dec. 13Star Wars Marathon, TNT — Travel to a galaxy far, far away with a special Star Wars Marathon on TNT airing back-to-back weekends beginning Friday, December 13, through Sunday, December 29. TNT will air films from the iconic space franchise (A New Hope to The Last Jedi) in anticipation of The Rise of Skywalker, in theaters December 19.Friday the 13th Movies Marathon, SYFY — Slay inside all day on Friday, December 13 and celebrate with a marathon of the Friday The 13th franchise.Joe Bob s Red Christmas, Shudder, 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET — AMC Networks’ premium streaming service for horror, thrillers and the supernatural, announced that Joe Bob Briggs, host of The Last Drive-In, will return with an all-new triple feature of holiday horrors.American Housewife, ABC, 8 p.m. — The Bromance Before Christmas  Disney Channel Holiday Party @ Walt Disney World, Disney Channel, 8 p.m. — Disney Channel s ZOMBIES 2 stars Meg Donnelly and Milo Manheim will co-host this holiday party with artist Matthew Morrison, treating fans to a magical holiday celebration featuring performances from Shaggy, Pentatonix and Disney Channel stars Issac Ryan Brown, Ruby Rose Turner, and Kylie Cantrall broadcast from Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and aboard the majestic Disney Fantasy part of the Disney Cruise Line fleet.  (Photo by Lifetime)Christmas Stars, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — When aspiring R B artist Layla (Erica Durance) crosses paths with amateur songwriter Spence (J.T. Hodges), she thinks she s found her shot at finally getting a record deal. But as the holidays approach, the fast-paced, high stakes music business threatens to change their sound and relationship especially when the label executives begin to see Spence as the real star.Fresh off the Boat, ABC, 8:30 p.m. — Jessica Town  DreamWorks Trolls Holiday, ABC, 8:30 p.m. — Now that the Bergens’ one holiday is gone — and the Trolls don’t have to worry about being eaten by their neighbors — Poppy, the eternally optimistic Troll queen, has made it her mission to bring a new day of celebration to Bergen Town.Saturday, Dec. 14A Christmas Winter Song, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — Clio (Ashanti), a Christmas shop owner, forms a special musical bond with Fred (Stan Shaw), a former jazz singer down on his luck. Having just lost her own father, Clio helps Fred reconnect with his own daughter and grandchildren, just in time for the town s annual Christmas concert. Holiday Date, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — When Brooke’s (Brittany Bristow) boyfriend, Ethan, breaks up with her just before the holidays, she agrees to go home with Joel (Matt Cohen), an actor who will pose as her boyfriend. She’s built up the ex-boyfriend to be the perfect guy and Mr. Christmas, but discovers Joel is Jewish and has never celebrated the holiday. What he lacks in experience he makes up for in enthusiasm and happily participates in yuletide festivities. When his secret is revealed, the family is eager to add Joel’s Hanukkah traditions into their holiday celebration, but soon become suspicious about his true identity.Christmas in Montana, Hallmark Movies Mysteries, 9 p.m. — Before the holidays, Sara (Kellie Martin) goes to Montana to help resistant Travis (Colin Ferguson) save his ranch. Can time on the ranch help restore her faith in Christmas in time for a miracle? Sunday, Dec. 15(Photo by 20th Century Fox)The Sound of Music, ABC, 7 p.m. — Celebrate the Oscar-winning classic with popular favorites Edelweiss, My Favorite Things, Climb Every Mountain, Do-Re-Mi, Sixteen Going on Seventeen, The Lonely Goatherd, and The Sound of Music. Snowbound for Christmas, UPtv, 7 p.m. — A marketing executive is invited by her charming and handsome boss to pitch a major project to prospective clients at a posh resort and the two get snowed in together before any of the other guests can arrive. Now, with the hotel to themselves, a fairy-tale snowscape outside and sparks flying inside, they find that being alone together is all the Christmas magic they need. Based on the best-selling Harlequin book Snowbound with the CEO.The Christmas Caroler Challenge, The CW, 8 p.m. — Hosted by Dean Cain and Laura McKenzie, the six-episode hour-long Christmas caroling competition series featuring 12 extraordinary Christmas carol groups, each with their own stylized brand of performance, in celebrating the great Christmas music we have all come to love. We’ll meet these groups from the most elaborate ultra-traditional virtuoso performances to those with the most unexpected twists on the classic Christmas carol. Each group will be judged by three celebrity judges.  Rediscovering Christmas, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — Mia (Jessica Lowndes) is a window dresser in a big city department store, living and breathing Christmas for months to get the store ready for the holidays. But now that the season is actually near, she s a little burned out on holly, sugarplums and Santas of all shapes and sizes. All she wants is a tropical beach getaway with her sister Sara. But, plans change when Sara begs for Mia s help putting on the annual Snowflake festival in their home town in Vermont. Just when she thought she was out Santa pulls her back in.A Cheerful Christmas, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — Lauren (Erica Deutschman) and her best friend Colleen think they have landed their dream job – giving people the best and most magical Christmas ever as their personal ‘Christmas Coaches.’ This holiday season promises to be their biggest ever when they land a royal client, the Anderson family, who has moved from England. When Lauren meets James (Chad Connell), the eldest son, he wants nothing to do with planning Christmas as he’s busy negotiating a big acquisition for his father’s company. But Lauren won’t be thwarted in helping this royal family embrace the true spirit of Christmas. The more she prods James about their family holiday traditions the more he opens up. Sparks start to fly but she faces competition in the form of an old childhood friend and business colleague of James. Now Lauren must win his heart while giving the Andersons their best Christmas ever. Good Eats: The Return, Food Network, 8 p.m. — Alton Brown celebrates the season with back-to-back holiday-themed episodes of Good Eats. In an episode entitled Whole Latke Love, Alton delves into the history and technique of the classic Hanukkah dish which, believe it or not, was originally made with a famous Italian cheese. Alton then takes a deep dive into low-alcohol beverages with flavors that will knock you out, but the proof won t, in special episode Holiday Spirit(s) . Angel Falls, Hallmark Movies Mysteries, 9 p.m. — Book editor Hannah (Jen Lilley) must work with former rival Ryan to help a potential writer find her way. Angel Anthony reminds them about Christmas spirit and the value of community. A Very Merry Cavallari Holiday Special, E!, 10 p.m. — It’s Christmas-time in Nashville and Kristin and Jay find themselves with conflicting opinions on how to decorate their house for the holidays. This year, Kristin wants to throw the biggest holiday party that Uncommon James has seen, complete with a surprise musical guest, and recruits Brittany and Colby to execute it to perfection. Meanwhile, Jay has something up his sleeve as a holiday surprise to Kristin.Monday, Dec. 16Nick Cannon s Hit Viral Videos — Holidays 2019, Fox, 8 p.m. — You are invited to the holiday party of the year, as Nick Cannon and his special celebrity guests showcase the funniest and most unbelievable viral videos, from comical holiday mishaps to adorable pets to mischievous kids – and everything in between!Greatest Holiday Commercials Countdown 2019, The CW, 9 p.m. — This holiday special will countdown the 12 best holiday commercials ever – one for each of the 12 days of Christmas.  In addition to the top 12, the special features other great commercials from both the U.S. and abroad, that capture the true spirit of the holiday season – from the heartfelt to the hilarious, from the outstanding to the ridiculous. Good Trouble holiday special, Freeform, 9 p.m. — The two-episode special will reunite the cast of The Fosters when the Adams-Foster clan comes to the Coterie for Christmas.Christmas With the Tabernacle Choir Featuring Kristin Chenoweth, PBS, 9 p.m. — The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square are joined by Kristin Chenoweth, Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress and singer, for this beloved Christmas tradition featuring favorite holiday music, dancing and storytelling.(Photo by Trae Patton/NBC)Holidays with the Houghs, NBC, 10 p.m. — Derek Hough and Julianne Hough will perform in show-stopping musical and dance performances. The duo’s friendly sibling rivalry will be on full display as they compete in putting their own spin on holiday classics, share family holiday traditions and create new ones for seasons to come.A Very Brady Renovation: Holiday Edition, HGTV, 10 p.m. — The holiday extravaganza features Food Network s Ree Drummond, star of The Pioneer Woman, and Jasmine Roth, star of HGTV s Hidden Potential, as they team up with the Brady Bunch cast to whip up 70 s-inspired treats, including fondue-style potatoes, a gelatin fruit salad and santapes. They also create retro DIY decorations to adorn the home in festive Brady Bunch style.Tuesday, Dec. 17Dogs of the Year, The CW, 8 p.m. — This special is hosted by Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner from the American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog in New York City. The special counts down the Top 10 dog stories of 2019, celebrating the dogs that go above and beyond, that leave their mark on society, and achieve the nearly impossible. Dogs that have climbed mountains, soothed burn victims, helped inspire an NHL team to a Stanley Cup, and have gone viral with their message of love. The Ornament of the World, PBS, 8 p.m. — Filmed in Cordoba, Granada, Seville and Toledo, this is the story of a remarkable 800-year period when Muslims, Christians and Jews in medieval Spain forged a common cultural identity that often transcended their religious differences. 2019: What E! Year!, E!, 10 p.m.— Co-hosted by Jason Kennedy and Erin Lim, E! is looking back at the fierce, fabulous and major fails that shook up Hollywood this year. From the wild fashion, to the biggest scandals and of course all the hottest couples!Wednesday, Dec. 18Masters of Illusion: Christmas Magic 2019, The CW, 9 p.m. — This special from Associated Television International and hosted by Dean Cain features some of today s hottest magicians.Live in Front of a Studio Audience: All in the Family and Good Times, ABC, Kerry Washington has joined the executive-producing team of Norman Lear, Jimmy Kimmel, Brent Miller, Will Ferrell, and Justin Theroux for a star-studded recreation of classic episodes of All in the Family and Good Times.A Very Born This Way Christmas, A E, 9 p.m. — The Born This Way holiday special will celebrate the spirit of the holidays as Elena, John, Megan, Rachel, Sean, Steven, Cristina and Angel and their families gather to spread cheer and reflect on their personal growth across the four seasons of the series.Thursday, Dec. 19A Christmas Carol, FX, 7:30 p.m. — An original take on Charles Dickens’s iconic ghost story by Steven Knight (Taboo, Peaky Blinders). Starring Guy Pearce as Ebenezer Scrooge, Stephen Graham as Jacob Marley, and Andy Serkis as The Ghost of Christmas Past, A Christmas Carol is a spine-tingling immersion into Scrooge’s dark night of the soul.Friday, Dec. 20The Christmas Temp, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — An out-of-work artist discovers a special Christmas temp agency that matches her with a handful of festive jobs, but falls into a creative rut while juggling holiday preparations and feelings for the agency s HR manager.Bellator and the USO Present: Salute the Troops, Paramount Network, 10 p.m. ET — For a second year, the USO and Bellator team up to honor the men and women who fight for our freedom and to bring entertainment and a piece of home to service members based in Hawaii during the holiday season. This Salute the Troops event will bring Bellator athletes and personalities to the military community and provide a live free event as a thank you for their sacrifices and dedication to our country, especially for those who are separated from family and home during the holidays. This unique show will be headlined by a heavyweight bout featuring the Bellator debuts of The Warmaster  Josh Barnett (35-8) and Ronny Markes (19-7).Saturday, Dec. 21Wizarding World Weekend, SYFY — From Dec. 21 to Dec. 22, all eight Harry Potter movies will air back-to-back on the network.Christmas Love Letter, Lifetime, 6 p.m. — When relationship advice columnist Amalie Hess (Ashley Newbrough) receives an unsigned love letter in a Christmas card, she returns to her hometown to solve the mystery of who sent it and maybe find true love. The Christmas Hotel, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — Erin (Tatyana Ali) grew up in the small town of Mt. Holly but always dreamt of living in a big city. Her first job – working the desk at the Mt. Holly Inn – started her on a path to New York where she now works at the prestigious Windsor Hotel. When her boss tells her she will receive a promotion if she can pull off a big project, she is thrilled – until she realizes the project is in her hometown. Erin returns home to discover that the locals don’t appreciate their precious Mt. Holly Inn being bought out by a big corporation. And heading up the charge? Erin’s ex-boyfriend Conner. But when several hotel staff members come down with the flu, Erin is forced to enlist Conner’s help with the hotel’s Christmas events. As they two re-establish their relationship, Erin has to figure out if what she really wants is a promotion or to be home again.It s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — When a New England Christmas decorating competition searches for the town with the most Christmas spirit, the Mayors of East and West Riverton go all out to get their towns to the top of the holiday heap. Christmas on my Mind, Hallmark Movies Mysteries, 9 p.m. — Lucy Lovett (Ashley Greene) wakes up holding a wedding dress, assuming she s about to marry the love her life Zach Callahan (Andrew Walker), only to discover they broke up two years ago, and her fiancé… isn t Zach. Ultimate Hanukkah Challenge, Food Network, 9 p.m. — Inspired by the Festival of Lights, four seasoned chefs must pull out all the stops as they craft deliciously innovative dishes for judges Duff Goldman and Sharone Hakman. Over the course of three rounds, the chefs must put their spin on holiday classics like crispy potato pancakes, succulent brisket, and fried jelly donuts. The last cook standing will win a vacation to the city of light, Paris, France, and the title of Ultimate Hanukkah Champion.Sunday, Dec. 22(Photo by Warner Home Video)I Want a Dog For Christmas, Charlie Brown, ABC, 7 p.m. — It s Christmas vacation and, as usual, ReRun s big sister is stressing him out, so he decides to turn to his best friend, Snoopy, for amusement and holiday cheer. However, his faithful but unpredictable beagle companion has plans of his own, giving ReRun reason to ask Snoopy to invite his canine brother, Spike, for a visit.Christmas Wedding Runaway, UPtv, 7 p.m. — A runaway bride (Sarah Mitich) does some soul-searching when she’s trapped in a snowed-in cabin with her grandmother and an old flame at Christmas.Kids Say The Darndest Things, ABC, 8 p.m. — On a special holiday episode, Tiffany Haddish chats with the kids about their favorite holiday traditions. Later, Tiffany plays Santa s helper to find out who is on the Nice List, and celebrates an 8-year-old magician who proves that big tricks can come in small packages. A Date By Christmas Eve, Lifetime, 8 p.m. — When Chelsea Simms (Vanessa Lengies), the good-hearted brand strategist for the popular dating app The Nice List, discovers the app has granted her magical powers, she uses her newfound ability to make all of the naughty people in her life learn how to be good again. But when her plans go awry and Fisher (Evan Williams), the kindly neighbor who has always carried a torch for Chelsea, is magically added to the naughty list by mistake, Chelsea must race against time to set things right before Christmas Eve. Double Holiday, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — Career-minded Rebecca’s (Carly Pope) plans for Hanukkah go askew when a promotion opportunity comes up at work. When the company CEO asks Rebecca and her insufferable office mate, Chris (Kristoffer Polaha) – also her main competitor for the promotion – to plan the company’s Christmas party, she realizes they must overcome their opposing styles in order to succeed. Forced to work together on the holiday party, Chris learns more about Rebecca and her family’s Hanukkah traditions, while she also begins to see him in a new light. Although feelings slowly develop between the two, the ongoing competition over the promotion threatens to undermine it all.A Home for the Holidays With Idina Menzel, CBS, 9 p.m. — Tony Award–winner Idina Menzel will introduce the stories about adoption from foster care as she hosts the special, now in its 21st year. She will also perform songs from her new album, Christmas: A Season of Love. Additional performances by top recording artists Adam Lambert, Ne-Yo, and Kelly Rowland will show their support for an audience made up of adoptive parents, social workers, and former foster children.A Family Christmas Gift, Hallmark Movies Mysteries, 9 p.m. — When Amber (Holly Robinson Peete) spends the holidays with her Aunt Dora (Patti LaBelle) and helps plan a fundraising Christmas Concert, it brings Amber closer to her aunt and a new love into her life. Monday, Dec. 2312 Days of Pol, Nat Geo Wild — Tune in for all-day marathons through January 4 of fan-favorite The Incredible Dr. Pol, with special episodes premiering nightly at 9/8c.Christmas at Belmont, PBS, 9 p.m. — Christmas at Belmont 2019 features Belmont University students along with Michael W. Smith, CeCe Winans and the Nashville Children’s Choir. Taped in Nashville’s Schermerhorn SymphonyCenter, the show includes classic holiday songs and festive tunes.Tuesday, Dec. 24 — Christmas EveLost In Space season 2, Netflix — There’s more danger — and adventure — ahead for the Robinson family. With the Jupiter 2 stranded on a mysterious ocean planet without their beloved Robot (Brian Steele), the Robinsons must work together, alongside the mischievous and manipulative Dr. Smith (Parker Posey) and the always charming Don West (Ignacio Serricchio), to make it back to the Resolute and reunite with the other colonists. But they quickly find all is not as it seems. A series of incredible new threats and unexpected discoveries emerge as they look for the key to finding Robot and safe passage to Alpha Centauri. They will stop at nothing to keep their family safe survival is a Robinson specialty after all.Harry Potter Christmas Marathon, USA — The magic continues as USA offers Harry Potter fans another run-through of the beloved franchise in its entirety.Baby in a Manger, UPtv, 7 p.m. — With the help of a handsome young police officer, a social worker searches for the mother of a baby she has found abandoned in a nativity scene at her church. Based on the best-selling Harlequin book “Child in a Manger.”A Christmas Story marathon, TBS, 8 p.m. — The 24-hour marathon relives the wintry exploits of youngster Ralphie Parker (Peter Billingsley), who spends most of his time dodging a bully (Zack Ward) and dreaming of his ideal Christmas gift, a Red Ryder air rifle. A Nightmare on Elm Street Before Christmas Marathon, SYFY — One two, Freddy s coming for you! Get ready to celebrate the holiday Elm Street style. It s a Christmas miracle!Christmas Eve Mass, NBC, 11:30 p.m. — Viewers will be able to watch the Pope Francis-led mass from St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.RELATED: See TV Premiere Dates Calendar 2019 for Other TV and Streaming Premieres, Including the Series Premiere of The Witcher on Netflix, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 3 and  The Expanse Season 4 on Amazon, Marvel s Runaways Season 3 on Hulu, and MoreWednesday, Dec. 25 — Christmas Day(Photo by Courtesy of Burning Bright Productions)Lucy Worsley s 12 Days of Tudor Christmas, PBS, 8 p.m. — Join Lucy Worsley on a 12-day extravaganza as she discovers that much of what we enjoy in contemporary Christmas – from carols to turkey, gift-giving to mistletoe and mulled wine – has surprising Tudor origins, rooted in devotion and charity.When Calls the Heart Christmas, Hallmark Channel, 8 p.m. — Erin Krakow, Jack Wagner, Pascale Hutton, Kavan Smith and the rest come together for the holiday season in this special Christmas movie. Call the Midwife Holiday Special, PBS, 9 p.m. — Mother Mildred and the Nonnatus House team go to the Outer Hebrides in response to a nursing shortage. Navigating the terrain, they strive to keep up with the needs of the locals. New Year s Marathons and Specials(Photo by © United Features Syndicate / Courtesy: Everett Collection)Thursday, Dec. 26Happy New Year, Charlie Brown, ABC, 8 p.m — The 30th prime-time animated TV special based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz first aired on January 1, 1986.Saturday, Dec. 28A Harry Potter Mini-Marathon, USA — Harry Potter and the Sorcerer s Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban will air.Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic, ESPN, 12 p.m. ET — The Notre Dame Fighting Irish will play the Clemson Tigers at AT T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.Playstation Fiesta Bowl, ESPN, 4 or 8 p.m. ET — The College Football Semifinal game will take place this year at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, ESPN, 4 or 8 p.m. ET — The College Football Semifinal game will take place this year at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.New Year, New Me, Hallmark, 8 p.m. — When a morning show producer (Aimee Teagarden) makes a New Year s resolution to say yes more, she crosses paths with a confirmed Yes man (Michael Rady) who just might hold the key to her biggest story and to her heart.Austin City Limits 6th Annual Hall of Fame Honors, PBS, 11 p.m. — Celebrate the 2019 Hall of Fame with host Robert Earl Keen as Shawn Colvin, Buddy Guy and Lyle Lovett are honored. Guest performers include Jackson Browne, Bruce Hornsby, Shemekia Copeland, Jimmie Vaughan, Sarah Jarosz and more.Monday, Dec. 30Pavarotti, Showtime, 8 p.m. — Featuring Luciano Pavarotti s iconic opera performances and never-before-seen footage, the film, directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ron Howard, is an intimate portrait of the most beloved opera singer of all time. Network subscribers will also be able to watch the film across all platforms including SHOWTIME ON DEMAND®, SHOWTIME ANYTIME® and the SHOWTIME stand-alone streaming service. Pavarotti will also air on Saturday, January 4 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.Capital One Orange Bowl, ESPN, 8 p.m. ET — The Orange Bowl will take place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens and was moved up from its original January 10, 2020 date to help close out 2019.Tuesday, Dec. 31 — New Year s EveThe Twilight Zone Marathon, SYFY — Get ready to enter a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. Continuing the holiday tradition, back-to-back episodes of Rod Serling s classic anthology series will air through to New Year s Day.Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2020, ABC, 8 p.m. — Pretty Little Liars alum Lucy Hale will join Ryan Seacrest as co-host of the New Year s festivities in Time Square. Tony, GRAMMY and Emmy-winner Billy Porter (Pose) will be leading the shindig in New Orleans.A Toast to 2019! NBC, 8 p.m. — The highlights and newsmakers of 2019 are brought to the fore in this year-end review.Live From Lincoln Center New York Philharmonic New Year s Eve 2019: Sondheim Celebration,  PBS, 8 p.m. — Ring in the New Year with the New York Philharmonic and guest vocalist Katrina Lenk (“The Band’s Visit”) celebrating the orchestral music of Stephen Sondheim by performing suites from “Sunday in the Park,” “Into the Woods,” “Sweeney Todd” and more.NBC New Year’s Eve Special, NBC 10-11 p.m. (Part 1) and 11:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. (Part 2) — Live from Times Square in the heart of New York, the most famous live New Year’s Eve party in America will be a spectacular celebration to wrap up 2019 with show-stopping celebrity guests, unforgettable musical performances and, of course, the heart-pounding, iconic ball drop.Wednesday, Jan. 1 — New Year s DayMessiah, Netflix — When CIA officer Eva Geller (Michelle Monaghan) uncovers information about a man (Mehdi Dehbi) gaining international attention through acts of public disruption, she begins an investigation into his origins. As he continues to cultivate followers who allege he s performing miracles, the global media become increasingly beguiled by this charismatic figure. Geller must race to unravel the mystery of whether he really is a divine entity or a deceptive con artist capable of dismantling the world’s geopolitical order. As the story unfolds, multiple perspectives are interwoven including that of an Israeli intelligence officer (Tomer Sisley), a Texas preacher (John Ortiz) and his daughter (Stefania LaVie Owen), a Palestinian refugee (Sayyid El Alami) and the journalist (Jane Adams) who covers the story. The series also stars Melinda Page Hamilton, Wil Traval, Fares Landoulsi, Dermot Mulroney and Beau Bridges.A Very Brady Renovation Marathon, HGTV, 7 a.m. — HGTV will kick-off New Year’s Day with a refreshed version of the bingeworthy, nostalgia-filled hit series A Very Brady Renovation. Hosted by Brady Bunch superfans Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner from ET, the updated episodes will include newly added memories, reflections and behind-the-scenes secrets from Barry Williams (Greg), Maureen McCormick (Marcia), Eve Plumb (Jan), Mike Lookinland (Bobby) and Susan Olsen (Cindy).The Tournament of Roses Parade, ABC, NBC, KTLA and more, 8 a.m. — Rita Moreno, Gina Torres and Laurie Hernandez will serve as the Grand Marshals for the iconic Rose Parade, now in its 131st year.The 2020 Rose Bowl, ESPN, 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT — The 106th Rose Bowl game will air exclusively on ESPN.Doctor Who 92% Season 12, BBC America, 8 p.m. — The Thirteenth Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) returns with the launch of season 12 on Wednesday, January 1 at 8 p.m. ET/PT with friends Ryan (Tosin Cole), Yasmin (Mandip Gill) and Graham (Bradley Walsh). Subsequent episodes will air Sundays at 8 p.m. ET/PT beginning January 5 on BBC America. The season kicks off with a two-part episode entitled Spyfall. Dracula, BBC One — Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat are behind this new reimagining of Bram Stoker s classic vampire tale. Starring Claes Bang as Count Dracula, the mini-series is set to air over three consecutive nights beginning on New Year s Day. Netflix co-produced the project, so expect the gruesome episodes to hit the streamer in the near future.Allstate Sugar Bowl, 8:45 p.m. ET, ESPN — Closing out New Year s Day s football programming is the Allstate Sugar Bowl which will happen at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.Great Performances From Vienna: The New Year’s Celebration 2020,” PBS, 9 p.m. — Celebrate 2020 with the Vienna Philharmonic at the Musikverein. Under the baton of guest conductor Andris Nelsons and featuring the Vienna City Ballet, the orchestra will play the waltzes of Strauss. PBS favorite Hugh Bonneville returns as host.Property Brothers: Forever Home, HGTV, 9 p.m. — Amy and Kate fell in love with a vintage home in an urban neighborhood that is close to friends for their young twin boys. But, nine years later, some of the charm of their character-filled home has worn off. If they’re going to stay, Amy and Kate agree that the house needs a major update, but they can’t agree on exactly what needs to change. Real estate and renovation experts Jonathan and Drew Scott step in to overhaul the entry, living room, dining room and kitchen leaving them with a home they will both love for years to come.HGTV House Party, HGTV, 11 p.m. — There s nothing better than one last party on a school night and HGTV will deliver. Kevin and Nischelle will return at 11 p.m. ET/PT to host HGTV House Party, the can’t miss party of the year. In this special, fans will see Jesse Tyler Ferguson in a new sneak peek of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.  Additional HGTV stars and their upcoming 2020 series also will be showcased in this spectacular special that includes Christina Anstead (Christina on the Coast), Tarek El Moussa (Flipping 101 w/ Tarek El Moussa), David Bromstad (My Lottery Dream Home),  Ben and Erin Napier (Home Town), Grace Mitchell (One of a Kind), Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt (100 Day Dream Home) and twin sisters Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis, (Unsellable Houses). The best part: during the special, many of these stars give viewers a tour of favorite spaces in their own homes!

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Sony unleashed the first teaser for this summer’s Spider-Man: Far From Home earlier today and it (seemingly) offers the first real glimpse of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase IV. It also offers a good look at the film itself, which revolves around Peter Parker (Tom Holland) and his classmates taking a European summer trip to cites like Venice and London. And while Peter plans to leave Spider-Man at home for the trip, a surprising guest star has other ideas. Considering the secrecy revolving around the film prior to the Avengers: Endgame teaser, that is quite a bit of information to be confirmed in a two-and-a-half minute preview. Thankfully, the tease also offered a few more bits of information.1. Aunt May Is Cool With Spider-Man(Photo by Sony Pictures Entertainment)Effectively resolving the joking cliffhanger at the end of Spider-Man: Homecoming, the teaser opens with Aunt May (Marissa Tomei) running a benefit for a homeless shelter. The guest of honor is Spider-Man and the two trade a congratulatory high-five and hug after the event. Clearly, May is okay with Peter s life as Spider-Man.On film, the notion that Aunt May explicitly knows Peter’s secret is new ground. The previous cycles play with the idea she suspects, but seeing her actively utilize Spider-Man’s celebrity is a pleasantly radical concept. Of course, May’s understanding of Spider-Man’s relationship to Peter has varied in other media. In the recent Marvel’s Spider-Man video game, May tells Peter she always knew; suggesting this shift in the character will become a lot more permanent across various Spider-Man outlets. Which only makes sense. It s hard to keep a secret from someone who does your laundry.2. Oh, Hi, Nick Fury!(Photo by Sony Pictures Entertainment)While confirmed last summer, Nick Fury’s (Samuel L. Jackson) appearance in the teaser still comes off as a surprise. Here, he serves as M to Spidey’s Bond – particularly in that shot with the two of them on the motorboat – a relationship first outlined in the 2012 Ultimate Spider-Man animated series. Taking Peter under his wing, Fury mentored him for a significant portion of the series. In Homecoming, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) took over the mentor role as Fury was still playing dead after the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier (nevermind that he showed up in Avengers: Age of Ultron with a fully functioning helicarrier). But as S.H.I.E.L.D. is still something of a rogue agency, it is unclear if Fury and Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) have restored it following Endgame or set out on their own. Remember when she got a job at Stark Industries? That never really seemed to take.Also, considering both turned to dust at the end of Avengers: Infinity War, we’re going to assume a pretty positive Endgame outcome. Unless, of course, Far From Home is actually set before Infinity War, but Marvel Studios has been open about the film’s post-Endgame spot in the timeline.3. Mysterio(Photo by Sony Pictures Entertainment)After a long time on the bench, Mysterio is finally making his feature film debut in the form of actor Jake Gyllenhaal. And, it seems, the character will be going back to his roots by creating a false (Photo by Merie Weismiller Wallace / © Focus Features / Courtesy Everett Collection)Joel Meares for Rotten Tomatoes: Congratulations on the film. When I saw it earlier this year, it took me by complete surprise because I think, like a lot of people, I d gone in thinking I was going to get something a bit more Atomic Blonde or Britney from the “Toxic” music video, and this was a much more grounded, real story and went in directions I was not expecting. Was the goal to tell a more relatable revenge story?Emerald Fennell: I love the revenge genre. I just think it s one of the most pleasurable, cathartic things. But I think that I wanted, for a while, to see if it was possible to make a revenge movie that had all of the pleasures of the genre but had a very real woman at the center of it, kind of behaving in a way that I think real women do. So part of that was thinking: What would I do? If I really wanted to go on my revenge journey, what could I do? I m not very handy, and certainly no good with a machete, so what s within my power? And it started from there.Do you think the fact that people might go in, like I did, expecting something more typical of the genre works to the film’s advantage?Fennell: Absolutely. It s sort of designed to undercut and use those tropes and twist those tropes. It’s always fun [when someone] has a familiarity with the genre so that you can kind of surprise them; that was always very much intentional and really very fun in the writing, trying to find those ways of being surprising. I hope that it s just as gripping and enjoyable as the more traditional version would be, but it also kind of maybe packs a more personal punch.(Photo by © Focus Features)One other thing that may surprise viewers is that you ve chosen to examine the #MeToo moment and rape culture not by looking at a case that might be more sensational – sort of a Weinstein-esque, cut-and-dried, black-and-white case. Rather, this is more the stuff we hear about on college campuses all the time, stuff that we ve probably touched in our real lives in some way – more “Cat Person” or Kavanaugh. Was that your entry point? To tackle #MeToo in a way many people probably have some connection to, even if they don t think of it in that way?Fennell: I guess, [but] it wasn t as deliberate at that. I m not really interested in heroes and villains. I m really interested in good people doing bad things, and growing up as I did in the noughties, this was just endemic, just completely normal. It was the punchline of every Hollywood comedy movie, getting girls drunk. Every coming-of-age story was like: “Give her a drink.” Is there a drunk girl here? “Great!” It was on network TV shows. It was so normal.And that is what is so deeply disturbing to me, is that it s very easy when it s villains, it s very easy when it s people that you don t like. What s very complicated is when it s something that, as you say, almost everyone has an experience with, to some degree, because it was normalized. That s chilling. And where do we go from there, then, when everyone feels slightly differently? Everyone s kind of making their own excuses; nobody s really willing to talk about it openly.So that s kind of where Cassie s journey begins. If there isn t anything wrong with this, why do you feel so attacked or freaked out? I think it s just an interesting place to start.(Photo by © Focus Features)It s interesting to hear you mention the noughties pop culture. You and I both grew up as teens in that era. When you mentioned that culture, all these films came flooding back to me. There s been a lot of talk about grappling with those cultural artifacts; and regarding the ’80s, we saw Molly Ringwald s essay in The New Yorker doing just that, looking at the John Hughes films that she was a part of. Do you have a view as to how we look back on those things, now that elements of them do feel problematic when put under a modern microscope?Fennell: Well, I think the way you hope that society and culture moves on is that we learn as we go, which means you have to find merit in things that maybe have stuff that s problematic. Obviously, I think lots of people think that this film is very sort of scorched-earth, but actually, I do think that, for me, so much of the movie is about forgiveness and redemption and the possibility of those things. But those things only come after some honesty and some self-scrutiny and apology.I do feel like certainly some I m sort of careful never to shame any particular movies, because I think actually times do change, and there ll be things in 20 years, I m sure, that my children will find problematic about stuff. So, I think in order for any of us to move forward in any artistic medium and as a society, [we have to] understand things will change, and that s okay. At the same time, ignoring it isn t useful, so I think it s just important that we acknowledge that there s some stuff that isn t great. But that s of its time, I suppose.(Photo by © Focus Features)You’ve said that you wanted this film not to be a treatise, but to be fun and to entertain. One of the things I think people will love, in addition to the thriller elements and the revenge elements, is the hilarious dialogue, particularly from some of the boys Cassie picks up. I was thinking about the scene with Christopher Mintz-Plasse in the apartment, where he tells her about his novel and offers her “kumquat liqeur.” It’s so cringey. How fun was it to write the most dickish things guys could possibly say in that situation?Fennell: So fun. I love all that stuff, and also stuff like the costumes – giving Sam Richardson a leather trilby and boot-cut jeans with leather shoes. And with Neil, who s Chris Mintz-Plasse s character, we designed the name of the fake album that he s snorting coke off, and we decided to be very, kind of, culture-y appropriate-y. So there are a lot of dreamcatchers. Every woman who worked on this film in the crew, when we went to the set after it had been dressed, they all went: “Yeah, I ve been in this room.”There s so much pleasure in that. That s why I think, partly, the only way of communicating this kind of stuff really effectively is with humor. Because although it s hard material – there are moments in this movie that are abjectly not funny – for me, communicating anything really serious, I ve only ever been able to do that like this. I m only sad that the Chris Mintz-Plasse scene is much shorter than it was [originally], just because the movie is long; the details of his novel are missing [in the final film], but there s a lot of detail about his novel, set in the first person, over the course of one night in New York, from different people s perspective it goes on and on and on and on and on. And there was lots of great stuff about him making her breakfast in bed and his pronunciation of eggs hollandaise [said with a silent “h”]. That stuff, that s so much fun, always.(Photo by Merie Weismiller Wallace / © Focus Features / Courtesy Everett Collection)And Cassie s [dialogue] I love writing, I just love it, I find it so pleasurable. I really, really did want to make a movie that was accessible, that wasn t just for people who d considered this stuff very deeply, but it would be enjoyable and appealing for everyone to see. I never wanted it to be a very bleak, depressing, earnest film. Even though it is, in many ways, all of those things. I tried as best I could to make it a pleasure to watch.Speaking of dialogue, the first spoken words you hear in the movie are f k her, and I was like, okay, that s a bold start and a statement! And the other thing that stood out was how frequently characters used the phrases crazy bitch and nice guy,” which are the exact phrases we so often see people instinctively go to when it comes to labeling men and women, particularly in a he-said/she-said situation. Was that repetition conscious? Fennell: Definitely, I think so. It s hard to have these discussions in a very, completely unique way, because actually, we fall back so quickly on the clichés. You see it with Dean Walker [Connie Britton; in the film, Walker dismissed a victim’s story because the accused was a nice guy ] and the way that she speaks: Well, you know It s all of the things we ve heard with these incidences. And I think, again, it s a mark of people who haven t really interrogated something themselves very much, that actually they just speak in these quite clichéd, old-fashioned terms. Certainly, the crazy f king bitch thing. As Carey s present, I gave her a necklace that said Crazy F king Bitch on it, because I do just think, honestly, I ve definitely come to a stage in my life where I really think of that as a compliment.(Photo by © Focus Features)When it came to casting the so-called nice guys of the movie, it feels like you went through a Rolodex and said, Who are the nicest-seeming men in Hollywood? You’ve got Adam Brody and Max Greenfield and Sam Richardson… Was the idea to cast these people that we know and love from other roles?Fennell: Well, it s a couple of things. I think they re all genuinely brilliant, so I knew that they d be able to do this, but they re kind of playing parts All of these guys think they re nice guys. What is a nice guy? All of them think that they re “nice.” I said to Adam, when we were doing all that stuff, I said, This is the rom-com. You are the star of a rom-com; this is the beginning of a rom-com. This is the messy night where you guys meet, which becomes the love of your life. It s just that often, people don t notice, in real life and in rom-coms, that the girl isn t really having the conversation in the way that they think she is, you know? So that s also really fun, because really, that first scene, or the second scene, rather, in Jerry s [Brody] apartment, it s the beginning of a romantic comedy; it s just that she s not talking. Which most romantic comedies are [like], actually.(Photo by © Focus Features)The other thing that makes the movie so much fun is the style – the colors and framing and all that great stuff. The thing that really stuck out, though ­– and it’s the noughties teen in me – was this use of pop music: “Stars Are Blind,” “Toxic,” “2 Become 1.” Bo Burnham and Carey spoke to us about the music at Sundance, and they were talking about how the film reclaims a lot of these songs as quality, not just pop dross to be dismissed. What was your thinking behind the musical selections?Fennell: [I chose them] because I love them, I suppose, is kind of a weird answer. But I think that pop music, often female-led pop music, is a bit like nail polish and a bit like wearing pink: it s kind of an indication that you re not a serious person. And that s useful: If the whole movie is kind of about appearances being deceiving, then making it feel as fun and innocuous as possible was good.But also, they re really powerful, these songs, because we re bringing so much to them. The “Toxic” version that s in this movie, it s a mixture of all the different parts of “Toxic” and it s slowed right, right down, so we slowed down the orchestra. But what s so thrilling about it is that everyone instantly recognizes it, even though we ve really abused it and stretched it and kind of changed it. Then the audience is bringing in so much of their own stuff, because they know the lyrics, they know what they mean. It’s about using those personal relationships with the music in a positive way, and also looking at lyrics.“It s Raining Men” [also featured in the film] is a good example of a lyric that is quite sinister when you put it in this context. And the first lines of the movie, even before f k her, are sung, and they re Charli XCX, and they re I was busy thinking about boys. And I think that s what Cassie s been doing, that s what I ve been doing.Finally, speaking of lyrics, my favorite musical moment, or the one that sort of made me go, wow, is your use of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Something Wonderful.” Which is markedly different from most of the other songs. Fennell: Yeah.What was your thinking behind including that particular standard, which – when you look at the words – is so potent?Fennell: Again, I just think it s such a moving song. It s one of the most romantic songs ever written, I think, and Rodgers and Hammerstein are just geniuses at that kind of deeply felt romance. But it s also all about an incredibly cruel man who occasionally does something wonderful. When the song is playing over the thing we re seeing, it s a song that excuses behavior.That s always going to be the perfect thing that you re looking for, and that s what we re looking for all the way through this movie, which is stuff that was sort of both on the surface immensely pleasurable, but then underneath, also kind of troubling. And funny, darkly funny.Promising Young Woman is in theaters December 25, 2020.Thumbnail images by Rich Polk/Getty Images, ©Focus FeaturesOn an Apple device? Follow Rotten Tomatoes on Apple News.

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PRE-ORDER YOUR COPY OF THE ULTIMATE BINGE GUIDE NOW!So… much… damn… TV. Where… do… I… even… start? Ugh, fine… I guess I’ll just re-watch The Office again.World, we hear you. Call it the Golden Age of Television, the era of Peak TV, or any other grandiose-sounding thing, it is a moment of intense delight for the TV fan – all those awesome shows – but also, frequently, intense struggle. Because, well: all those awesome shows!We’re here to help. For more than two decades now, our trusty Tomatometer and Audience Scores have been there for you when choosing what to watch at the movies and at home; now, we’re continuing that mission with a brand-new book that will help you move through our saturated TV and streaming world like a Fresh-focused ninja. (And it will look very pretty on your coffee table, too.)The Ultimate Binge Guide is just that: a bingeable bucket list of the shows you need to see before you die. They’re the best shows; the most influential shows; the funniest and scariest and most tear-jerkiest shows; the game-changers and classics; and the shows that broke molds and pushed the form forward.They’re the shows you need to watch – period.The guide is broken down into 10 sections that speak to the genres of the series featured as well as their place in TV history. Each recommendation comes with a sharp and insightful write-up from a member of the Rotten Tomatoes editorial team and other great writers that explains why it’s a must-see; a select few get the deep-dive treatment. (Want to know, in delightful detail, how The Boys is revolutionizing superhero TV? We got you.)Our chapters include:Classics That Made the Molds (And Those That Broke Them):​ The Jeffersons, All in the Family, Sanford and Son, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Get Smart, Cheers, Golden Girls, Happy Days…Tony, Walt, Don, and the Antiheroes We Loved and Hated​:  Oz, Mad Men, The Sopranos, Breaking Bad, The Americans, Peaky Blinders, Ozark, The Shield, Boardwalk Empire, How To Get Away With Murder…Game-Changing Sitcoms and the Kings and Queens of Cringe:  Insecure, Community, 30 Rock, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Fleabag, Black-ish, Party Down, Veep, Catastrophe, Fresh Off the Boat, Tim and Eric, Schitt s Creek, Better Things, It s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Pen15, Freaks and Geeks, Broad City, Black Lady Sketch Show…Grown-Up Genre:  Buffy The Vampire Slayer, The X-Files, Battlestar Galactica, The Expanse, Supernatural, The Walking Dead, American Horror Story, Star Trek, Watchmen, The Witcher, Stranger Things, Game of Thrones, Westworld, Doctor Who…Mysteries and Mindf–ks:  Twin Peaks, Lost, Sense8, Mr. Robot, Broadchurch, The Leftovers, Fargo, Top of the Lake, Killing Eve, Wilfred, True Detective, Hannibal, Mindhunter…Reality TV and Docuseries That Captured the Zeitgeist: The Last Dance, Making A Murderer, Planet Earth, RuPaul s Drag Race, Wild Wild Country, Queer Eye, The Jinx, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown…And many, many, more As well as guiding you through our era of Way Too Much Choice with expert recommendations, The Ultimate Binge Guide also offers a fascinating look at how TV has evolved, with sections of the book digging into the impact of major industry changes (the rise of HBO and Netflix, for example); introducing you to the super producers shaping the biggest hits of today, from Greg Berlanti to Shonda Rhimes; and exploring the rise of the “binge” and what it’s doing to our brains.The Ultimate Binge Guide is available November 30, 2021, as a hardcover or ebook. Pre-order your copy now. oRunning Press / Rotten Tomatoes

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3.33.6 6月喜迎The latest TV news coming out of the Television Critics Association winter press tour in Los Angeles, where networks present their new shows to reporters, is just one degree away from Kevin Bacon. Read on below.Star Trek TV Universe Honcho Alex Kurtzman on Picard, Section 31, and Animated Series in Development(Photo by Francis Specker/CBS)Star Trek TV universe series in development — including Patrick Stewart s Jean-Luc Picard series, the Michelle Yeoh–starring Section 31 series, and animated series Star Trek: Lower Decks — will be connected (sort of), executive producer Alex Kurtzman (pictured, above left) told reporters after his TCA appearance in a panel for Star Trek: Discovery on Wednesday afternoon. Kurtzman appeared on the panel with Discovery executive producer Heather Kadin (pictured, right), star Sonequa Martin-Green, and season 2 newcomers Anson Mount and Ethan Peck, the series Christopher Pike and Spock, respectively. [The various series will] be connected, I would say, mostly peripherally, Kurtzman told Rotten Tomatoes and a number of other outlets. It s incredibly important to all of us that each show is a unique prospect; that it doesn t feel like you re getting the same thing from each show. Each show has to have its own identity. That means it s about certain things, the tone has to be unique and yet still be Star Trek, it has to visually look different from the other shows that we re planning on making. And we ve worked very closely with All Access to set out a plan so that you aren t feeling overwhelmed by 20,000 of them at once. It may sound like you re getting all of them at once because there s a lot in development right now, but you have to keep in mind it takes two years to build each one, he continued. So, we have to look at the calendar in advance and say, All right, knowing that it takes eight months just to do visual effects for one episode alone, how much time are we gonna need to get it on the air in time? So, hopefully, one episode, one series ends, you take a breath, another one starts, that runs its course for a season, you take a breath, another one, and then you re getting a nice flow. (Photo by Francis Specker/CBS)Kurtzman revealed that Yeoh pushed for the Section 31 series. In season 1, Michelle came to me and said, Let s do a spin off on this character,' he said. I took a minute because it was clearly such a brilliant idea, except the series hadn t aired yet. No one had seen even season 1 of Discovery. Nobody really knew what it was gonna be, and we didn t know if it was gonna be successful or not. So the minute it became successful, we started that conversation again. We re sort of breaking story now, he continued. Our hope is that we will have a script in the next couple months, and then as soon as Discovery season 3 is good, we re rolling right into that show. That s my prediction. Short Treks short-form videos will not exclusively be tied to Discovery, he said. I d love to expand beyond. Discovery  was, like, really a test, he said. We wanted to see if they worked, and they ended up working really well. So, the idea that we can apply those to all of our shows — maybe we ll do one before Picard, maybe we ll do one before Section 31, maybe we ll do one before the animated — just so that we can start getting audiences talking and thinking about what we re doing, the setting and history. CBS All Access announced a two-season order of half-hour animated adult comedy Star Trek: Lower Decks, focusing on support crew on lesser Starfleet ships, in October. Animation it takes a year, Kurtzman said. But it s actually very much like what we re doing on those other shows with visual effects, because it takes a year from writing the script, doing the animation, getting it back, refining it. We don t ever want to rush anything out until it s perfectly ready. And the beautiful thing about streaming is we don t have to! We get to keep doing it until we all love it and then you get to watch and hopefully you love it to. The series is being developed by Rick and Morty head writer and executive producer Mike McMahan, and is the first original animated series on CBS All Access and the first project from CBS Television Studios just-launched animation division, CBS Eye Animation Productions.Click here to read more about what Kurtzman had to say about the Picard-focused Star Trek series.Reporting by Sophie-Marie PrimeBryan Cranston to Executive Produce and Star in Showtime Legal Drama(Photo by AMC)On Thursday, Showtime took the stage with news on its upcoming series, including an announcement that Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston would star in a 10-episode limited series. The legal drama Your Honor tells the story of a respected judge, played by Cranston, whose son is involved in a hit-and-run that leads to a high-stakes game of lies, deceit and impossible choices. Peter Moffat (Criminal Justice) serves as showrunner and executive producer and will write multiple episodes, including the first episode. The series will go into production later this year in New Orleans.Penny Dreadful Next Chapter Art Released and More Showtime News(Photo by Showtime)On social media, the network dropped keyart for Penny Dreadful sequel series, Penny Dreadful: City of Angels. The series, which will employ all new characters and storylines, according to a Showtime statement, begins production later this year with Paco Cabezas as director and original series creator, writer, and executive producer John Logan in those same roles. The next chapter opens in 1938 Los Angeles; a time and place deeply infused with social and political tension,  according to the network s official description. When a grisly murder shocks the city, a detective is embroiled in an epic story that reflects the rich history of Los Angeles: from the building of the city s first freeways and its deep traditions of Mexican-American folklore, to the dangerous espionage actions of the Third Reich and the rise of radio evangelism. Penny Dreadful: City of Angels explores an exciting mix of the supernatural and the combustible reality of the period, creating new occult myths and moral dilemmas within a genuine historical backdrop. Showtime might be bringing two of its most popular series to a close — Homeland and The Affair are both working on their final seasons — but the network has plenty more in store for 2019. The network is reviving its popular The L Word for a sequel series, set to begin filming this year and hopefully airing in late 2019. The new series will be run by Marja Lewis-Ryan, with series creator Ilene Chaiken executive producing and original series stars Jennifer Beals, Katherine Moennig, and Leisha Hailey set to star. The network has also ordered a 10-episode limited series set in New Orleans; Your Honor will star Bryan Cranston as a respected judge whose son is involved in a hit-and-run that leads to a high-stakes game of lies, deceit and impossible choices, and will begin production in the city later in 2019. The series will be run by The Night Of’s Peter Moffat, with The Good Wife’s Robert and Michelle King executive producing.How Thick Will City on a Hill’s Boston Accents Be?Showtime s newest drama, City on a Hill, stars Aldis Hodge as a district attorney and Kevin Bacon as an FBI agent who team up to tackle the corrupt criminal justice system in Boston in the early 90s. Boston accents are notoriously hard to nail, but star and Boston native Jonathan Tucker thinks his costars are nailing it — and they can t please everyone. Everybody’s accent has been terrific. I’m interested in pushing it as hard on the rail as possible just because it’s a fun exercise for me, he told reporters. And I’m sure I’ll say something that somebody in my own neighborhood’s going to say, That’s not [right]. What’s he talking about? Where’s he from? I’m like, Well, you know, I’m from your neighborhood.' Plus, he said, Kevin’s accent’s great. It s a really good accent. Desus and Mero: Hennessy AmbassadorsThe hosts of Showtime s new late-night talk show, Desus Mero, pride themselves on the fact that their interviews are unlike most celebrity interviews. For starters, they give their guests Hennessy. We did give Jason Sudeikis Hennessy for the first time ever, The Kid Mero revealed. Added Desus Nice, He’s never been the same. The duo also like to make sure their guests aren t only visiting their show to promote projects. No one wants to see that, because that turns the show into an advertisement, Nice said. We want an earnest, heartfelt interview and, it’s just like, Yes. You are in this project, whatever. Talk about the project, but also talk about your life around the project. Don’t just come, like, ‘Yo, my movie opens Friday, blah, blah, blah. Like, for example, we had Michael B. Jordan on talking about Black Panther, and he had done 50,000 interviews talking about Black Panther, doing Wakanda Forever or whatever. Our interview with him was completely different, because we were talking about, What was the press room like? What do you like being living on set? We try to ask questions that allow them to promote their picture, but at the same time show the humanity behind the person. Your New Nature Documentary Obsession(Photo by BBC America)Sir David Attenborough is back with another nature documentary. One Planet: Seven Worlds (the current working title) will consist of seven one-hour episodes exploring how each distinct continent has shaped the unique animal life found there, according to a BBC America press release announcing the news. The series is from BBC Studios Natural History Unit. Sir David Attenborough never rests!  AMC Entertainment Networks president Sarah Barnett said in a statement. With this groundbreaking series, we will once again be able to experience life on this One Planet of ours through a lens of transporting wonder. It continues to be a great honor to have narration by this legendary storyteller, whose voice is synonymous with BBC natural history programming on BBC America and all over the world. Anna Paquin s True Inspiration for Flack(Photo by Pop)The upcoming Anna Paquin–led dramedy from Pop, Flack, promises to pack an edgy punch — and, according to executive producer and Paquin s real-life husband Stephen Moyer, “endless” cameos.Flack parodies an international publicity firm with Paquin executive producing and starring as Robyn, a PR rep about to topple from the top of her game. During the series Wednesday TCA panel, the actress swore that the series is “absolutely not” based on any of her publicists and said the stories have a “ripped from the headlines feel,” several involving the familiar apocalyptic social media aftermath, too.Creator Oliver Lansley, however, teased that “any story in this show comes from a true story that I’ve heard, pretty much.” Lansley described the characters as “an amalgamation of a lot of people, not all of them publicists” at Wednesday’s TCA panel.“It’s very hard to undo something once it’s out of the box,” Lansley said of the internet’s impact on public relations.

those vacancies, Bran is going to “search” for Drogon. We really wanted to see him warg into a dragon this season – alas, it was not to be. Helen Sloan/HBOThe final words of the series are a chant for Sansa: “Queen in the North!” The final image: men, women, and children following Tormund and Jon into the frozen north, as we end where we began, heading into the wilds Beyond the Wall.(Photo by HBO)What was your favorite moment of the finale? What about the series overall? Tell us in the comments!
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Ghcxuf The records set by Twilight and Star Wars were set on their opening days, so it is unrealistic to expect Endgame to measure up to those. Black Panther’s record Monday was also the President’s Day holiday, so schools were out. Take away the holiday and debuts though, and we’re back to The Force Awakens owning the records for Monday (,109,742) and Wednesday (,022,183). Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen then leads the Thursday charge (,094,472), but that was still just its second day of release. For a true comparison to Endgame we once again look to The Force Awakens, which grossed ,395,725 on day seven.Highest Grossing Three-Hour Film EverCurrent Record Holder: Titanic with 9,363,944A lot has been made recently over the length of Avengers: Endgame. But longer films have long dominated the box office. Among the previous 50 highest-grossing films of all-time, the only non-animated films under two hours are E.T., Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, 2016’s The Jungle Book, and Deadpool. And when you look at those, it s debatable whether one is actually non-animated , Jumanji runs one minute shy of two hours, and E.T. runs just three minutes shy. Deadpool is the shortest at 106 minutes. The following films among the highest-grossing ever are all over two-and-a-half hours:Avatar, Infinity War, Titanic, The Last Jedi, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, The Lord of the Rings: The Two TowersWith 10 animated films in the Top 50, that means 25% of the all-time live-action films in the group run 150 minutes or longer. The Two Towers runs a minute shy of three hours and is also now one spot shy of the Top 50, thanks to Endgame s weekend box office. The highest-grossing movie with a runtime of three hours or longer is Titanic. Endgame has already also made 53% of Titanic’s all-time gross (including its 3-D and 20th anniversary re-releases). The Marvel movie has made 58.2% of Titanic s initial 1997-98 run. The smart money would be on Endgame knocking Titanic off of its three-hour perch handily.(Photo by @ Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, @ Marvel Studios)Fewest Days To Pass James Cameron’s AvatarCurrent Record Holder: Star Wars: The Force Awakens in 20 DaysIt took J.J. Abrams’ Episode VII just 20 days to become the highest-grossing domestic film of all time. On Jan. 6, 2016, Avatar s nearly seven-year record of 0,507,625 fell in less than three weeks. It took 59 days for Avatar to best the record previously held by Cameron’s Titanic. The Force Awakens maintains the all-time domestic record with a total gross of 6,662,225, which it took over 165 days to compile. Can Endgame beat that Avatar figure in fewer days than it took Force Awakens? It depends how it paces, which we get into below.Highest Domestic Gross EverCurrent Record Holder: Star Wars: The Force Awakens with 6,662,225Endgame already has a -plus million head start on The Force Awakens. Infinity War had nearly a million advantage after opening weekend but still fell 7,846,743 shy of Force s domestic record. If Endgame falls off at a similar pace, it could actually still come up just short with around 8 million. The Force Awakens benefited from a series of very respectable drops from week-to-week. Only once in its first 23 weeks did it drop more than 50% and only four times more than 40%.Force Awakens was number 1 for four straight weeks and remained in the top five for eight straight weeks. Does anyone really believe that The Avengers will fall to Detective Pikachu in its third weekend? That leaves it to Aladdin to knock it back over Memorial Day weekend, and it is conceivable it is out of the top five after seven weekends as summer releases like The Secret Life of Pets 2, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Dark Phoenix, and even Rocketman will draw early interest. That head start looms large as Endgame eyes further records, such as the .78 billion that Avatar made globally. The first 20 days for Avengers: Endgame will help tell the tale, but it will be days 21 to 165 that could turn legend into fact.Like this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week. Erik Childress can be heard each week evaluating box office on WGN Radio with Nick Digilio as well as on Business First AM with Angela Miles and his Movie Madness Podcast.[box office figures via Box Office Mojo] 😈😈

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