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The Kacey Musgraves Christmas Show

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Streaming on Amazon Prime Video

The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter brings her 2016 album A Very Kacey Christmas to life in this variety special, where she will duet on classic Christmas carols with tons of celebrity friends, including Camila Cabello ("Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree"), Troye Sivan ("Glittery"), Kendall Jenner (who will assist with hosting duties), and Schitt's Creek's Dan Levy (who will narrate the proceedings). Other guests include Fred Armisen, Zooey Deschanel, Lana Del Rey, and James Corden. The Radio City Rockettes will be there to assist Musgraves on "Ribbons and Bows," the original song from A Very Kacey Christmas. —Gerrad Hall

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Harley Quinn

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Streaming on DC Universe

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Harley Quinn is ready to get free. It's not the upcoming live-action Birds of Prey movie bearing the subtitle "And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn," but the new animated series on DC Universe deserves it just as much. The premiere episode especially is all about Harley (voiced by Kaley Cuoco) breaking free from her toxic relationship with the Joker (Alan Tudyk). After he leaves her to rot in Arkham Asylum for a whole year, Harley finally decides to listen to Poison Ivy (Lake Bell) and make a name for herself as a villain in her own right. The show's combination of black comedy and cartoonish violence is reminiscent of Archer, but with an engaging female friendship at its center. —Christian Holub

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What Else to Watch

Encore! Disney+
Forky Asks a Question
The Imagineering Story
Marvel's Hero Project
The World According to Jeff Goldblum
The Mandalorian
High School Musical: The Musical: The Series
The Morning Show
Apple TV+
Apple TV+
For All Mankind
Apple TV+
Apple TV+
Snoopy in Space
Apple TV+
The Movies That Made Us Netflix
Sugar Rush ChristmasNetflix

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American HousewifeABC
The BlacklistNBC
RuPaul's Drag Race UK (season finale) — VH1
Staging ChristmasLifetime
Top Elf (series debut) — Nickelodeon
Christmas in Evergreen: Tidings of JoyHallmark

8:30 p.m.
Fresh Off the BoatABC

9 p.m.
Baking ChristmasOWN


8 p.m.
Christmas in RomeHallmark
Merry Liddle ChristmasLifetime

9 p.m.
Blue Planet Now (series finale) — BBC America
Sense, Sensibility & SnowmenHallmark Movies & Mysteries


NCIS: Los Angeles


For the 250th episode of this popular CBS procedural, Eric Christian Olsen, who stars as Marty Deeks, pulled double duty by co-penning "Mother." In the milestone episode, a former black-ops agent whom Letty (Linda Hunt) recruited and trained returns to seek revenge for the life she introduced him to. "To be given the opportunity to write the episode is an incredible privilege," Olsen tells EW. "The whole thing is surreal. I couldn't be more humble, excited, and grateful." —GH

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EastSiders (season premiere) — Netflix
Midsomer Murders (season 21 premiere)

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Christmas Chalet — UPtv

8 p.m.
BatwomanThe CW
The Real Housewives of Atlanta Bravo
The Simpsons Fox
Dublin MurdersStarz
Ray DonovanShowtime
You Light Up My ChristmasLifetime
Christmas TownHallmark

9 p.m.
Shark TankABC
SupergirlThe CW
Bob's BurgersFox
Our Christmas Love SongHallmark Movies & Mysteries
Holiday Wars (season premiere) — Food Network

*times are ET and subject to change