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The Morning Show

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Streaming on Apple TV+

It's lights, camera, action on Bradley Jackson! This week on The Morning Show, Bradley takes her place at the news desk next to Alex Levy, where she'll have to introduce herself to America, and as you can imagine, the transition doesn't go seamlessly. —Samantha Highfill

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Green Eggs and Ham

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Streaming on Netflix

Series Debut
It's been some time since Sam-I-Am grew to love green eggs and ham, and now he's passing the lesson along. In Netflix's Green Eggs and Ham, he'll make a new friend named Guy-I-Am, who Sam discovers dislikes the oddly-colored meal as much as he had previously. Sam is determined to get him to change his mind as they bond while attempting to save the endangered Chickeraffe. And if the character's voices sound familiar, that's because they are — Sam is voiced by Adam DeVine, and Guy is brought to life by Michael Douglas. Other voices include Diane Keaton, Ilana Glazer, Daveed Diggs, Tracy Morgan, and John Turturro. —Rosy Cordero

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What Else to Watch

Primal (movie) — On Demand
Cold Brook (movie) — On Demand/Digital platforms
Let It Snow (movie) — Netflix
SeeApple TV+
For All MankindApple TV+
GhostwriterApple TV+
Snoopy in SpaceApple TV+
The Great British Baking Show: Holidays (season premiere) — Netflix

9 p.m.
Dynasty The CW
Magnum P.I. CBS
Holiday for HeroesHallmark Movies & Mysteries

10 p.m.
Blue BloodsCBS
Long Lost FamilyTLC
In the Long Run Starz


What Else to Watch

9:30 a.m.
30-Minute Meals (new episodes) — Food Network

7 p.m.
Sesame Street's 50th Anniversary CelebrationHBO

8 p.m.
Radio ChristmasLifetime
Picture a Perfect ChristmasHallmark

9 p.m.
Sea of Shadows (documentary) — National Geographic
Blue Planet Now (series debut) — BBC America


Dublin Murders

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 8 p.m. on Starz

Series Debut
In this twisty thriller based on acclaimed mystery novelist Tana French's books In the Woods and The Likeness, Killian Scott and Sarah Greene play two detectives called to the case of a girl found murdered in the same wooded area where two kids went missing 20 years earlier. As they dive deeper into the case, detectives Rob Reilly and Cassie Maddox discover that the case hits closer to home than they may have initially thought. Speaking with EW ahead of the show's debut, Scott teases that fans can expect plenty of twists and turns. "I think that this is a very tense, captivating thriller, in many respects, that I think does its audience a lot of credit," he says. "It's not trying to give away too much or make it too easy on an audience." —Lauren Huff

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HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 9 p.m. on Showtime

Season Premiere
While one Gallagher is out, another is back in. When Shameless returns for season 10, Emmy Rossum's Fiona will be off living her life in parts unknown, but Cameron Monaghan's Ian will help fill the void after a brief absence. Unfortunately, Ian and Mickey's prison honeymoon is now over. "Like any romantic relationship, you need a healthy level of distance and separation, and that's something not afforded to them," Monaghan recently told EW. "They're in a challenging place and trying to work through their issues. Now, the way that people work through their issues on Shameless tends to be pretty volatile. I won't exactly say how they work on solving them, but I will say it involves shivs and stabbings. [Laughs]" —Derek Lawrence

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Rick and Morty

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 11:30 p.m. on Adult Swim

Season Premiere
A full two years after season 3 concluded, Rick and Morty's fourth season is hitting the airwaves at last, though with only five new episodes for the moment. Of the little we know about the new installments: guest voices will include Paul Giamatti, Kathleen Turner, and Taika Waititi; season 1 favorite Mr. Meeseeks will resurface (as seen in the season's trailer); and, as co-creator Justin Roiland puts it, "serialized stuff" is "sprinkled over the top of strong episodic episodes." And though the show is known for having one of TV's most polite and patient fanbases, viewers can rest assured they'll never have to wait so long for new episodes again… at least, so co-creator Dan Harmon says. "We're literally writing season 5 while finishing season 4 just to force ourselves to commit to a certain schedule," Harmon told EW. If only the Rick and Morty writers' room had a Meeseeks. —Tyler Aquilina

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What Else to Watch

7 p.m.
Rock N' Roll ChristmasUPtv
America's Funniest Home VideosABC

8 p.m.
Kids Say the Darndest Things — ABC
God Friended MeCBS
BatwomanThe CW
The Real Housewives of AtlantaBravo
90 Day FiancéTLC
The SimpsonsFox
A Sweet Christmas RomanceLifetime
The Mistletoe SecretHallmark

8:30 p.m.
Bless the HartsFox

9 p.m.
Shark TankABC
SupergirlThe CW
The Walking DeadAMC
Bob's BurgersFox
NCIS: Los AngelesCBS
The Life of EarthSmithsonian Channel
Ultimate Thanksgiving ChallengeFood Network
The E! People's Choice Awards — E!

9:30 p.m.
Family GuyFox

10 p.m.
Mr. RobotUSA
The RookieABC
Madam SecretaryCBS
Silicon ValleyHBO
Back to Life (two-episode series debut) — Showtime

10:30 p.m.
Mrs. FletcherHBO

*times are ET and subject to change