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Jeopardy: The Greatest of All Time


Ken Jennings, Brad Rutter, and James Holzhauer — the highest money winners in the quiz show's history — return to the stage to compete in The Greatest of All Time, a multi-night tournament that will end when the first one to win three games. The champion will receive $1 million and the bragging rights of "Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time," while the two runners up will receive $250,000 each. What is a lot of money? —Gerrad Hall

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Schitt’s Creek


Season Premiere
Moira is in her own glass case of emotion… not literally but close. It's not glass, it's a closet. Ever since she crawled into that little fort in the season 5 finale — because the premiere for her movie, The Crows Have Eyes III: The Crowening, was canceled — she hasn't come out. She's still in there when we pick up with the fam the next day in Schitt's Creek season 6. She doesn't stay in there forever. She can't. It's the final season, beybeys. And though it's hard to say goodbye, especially when Moira has so many wigs to say goodbye to, there's so much heart, so many laughs, and just "a little bit Alexis" for the hit comedy show's big bow. Where are David and Patrick in terms of wedding planning? Wait, isn't Alexis supposed to be going to the Galapagos to meet Ted? What does the world look like when the Cabaret makeup is wiped clean? And who gets reprimanded for indecent exposure? Answers forthcoming. —Nick Romano

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Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Special pilot preview at 10 p.m. on NBC

Series Debut
Your next big musical TV show has arrived! Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist stars Jane Levy as Zoey Clarke, a smart and driven computer coder working her way through the male-dominated tech industry in San Francisco. But after something strange happens to her, she starts to hear the innermost thoughts, secrets, and desires of the people around her… through giant, colorful, musical numbers. At first, she questions her own sanity but soon realizes this unwanted curse may just be an incredibly wonderful gift since her father Mitch (Peter Gallagher) suffers from a rare neurological disease called Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP), which has rendered him unable to move or communicate with his daughter, his wife Maggie (Mary Steenburgen), and everyone else around him. That's where the NBC musical drama delivers the real emotion, as the series is based on showrunner Austin Winsberg's real-life experiences with his own father who died a few years back from PSP. Get ready to cry some real cathartic tears, because this bright, joyous, showstopping new series will absolutely gut you when you least expect it. —Sydney Bucksbaum

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What ELSE to Watch

Check local listings
Finding Your Roots (winter premiere with Sterling K. Brown, Sasheer Zamata, Jon Batiste) — PBS
Dave Chappelle: The Mark Twain PrizePBS

8 p.m.
Ellen's Game of Games (2-ep winter premiere) — NBC
My Big Fat Fabulous Life (2-hour season premiere) — TLC
NCIS (winter premiere) — CBS
The Resident (winter premiere) — Fox
Siesta Key (season premiere) — MTV

9 p.m.
FBI (winter premiere) — CBS
mixed-ish (midseason premiere) — ABC
Vanderpump Rules (season premiere) — Bravo
Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back (season premiere) — Fox
The Haves and the Have Nots (season premiere) — OWN

9:30 p.m.
black-ish (midseason premiere) — ABC

10 p.m.
Emergence (midseason premiere) — ABC
Hot & Heavy (docuseries debut) — TLC
FBI: Most Wanted (series debut) — CBS

Countdown (movie) — Digital

*times are ET and subject to change