Plus, Dickinson also bids farewell, the star-studded satire Don't Look Up hits Netflix, The Wheel of Time completes its season 1 journey, and more.
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The Wheel of Time

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

Season Finale
Now that we know the identity of the Dragon Reborn, it's time to see if they have what it takes to go toe-to-toe with the Dark One. But as Moiraine (Rosamund Pike) leads her long-sought hero to the Eye of the World, Trollocs are amassing at the gates of Fal Dara. The world seems to hang in the balance… but this is only the first season in a TV adaptation of Robert Jordan's famously-long fantasy epic. Rest assured there are many twists and turns to come. —Christian Holub

The Wheel of Time
Josha Stradowski (Rand al'Thor), Rosamund Pike (Moiraine Damodred)
| Credit: Jan Thijs/Amazon Studios

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

Series Finale
Hailee Steinfeld's turn as a young Emily Dickinson comes to an end with the series finale of the Apple TV+ series. The third and final season has seen Emily grapple with the importance of poetry in wartime — but the series as a whole has certainly taken a new look at what a period piece can be. Series creator Alena Smith tells EW, "TV has changed a lot from what it used to be. Someone like me, who has this background in playwriting and is more of a literary person, probably wouldn't have been doing TV 15 years ago, but now we are." —Ashley Boucher

Credit: Zach Dilgard/Apple TV+

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Don't Look Up

HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Streaming on Netflix

Don't look up — look at your Netflix queue for the star-studded comedy from writer-director Adam McKay. Starring Meryl Streep, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, and Jonah Hill — not to mention Timothée Chalamet, Mark Rylance, Rob Morgan, Ariana Grande and Kid Cudi — the movie sees  Lawrence and DiCaprio's characters trying to convince the world that there is a comet definitely about to hit Earth… and that they should care about it. —Ashley Boucher

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What Else to Watch


Slugfest (docuseries debut) — The Roku Channel


1000 Miles From Christmas — Netflix

8 p.m.

Hot Chocolate Holiday (movie) — Lifetime

10 p.m.

How To With John Wilson — HBO

10:30 p.m.

Chillin Island — HBO

11:30 p.m.

Christmas Eve Mass (special) — NBC


What Else to Watch

Check local listings

Call the Midwife (holiday special) — PBS

10 a.m. ET/9 a.m. PT

Disney Parks Magical Christmas Day Parade — ABC

8 p.m.

Writing Around the Christmas Tree (movie) — Lifetime

10 p.m.

48 Hours — CBS




Series Finale
Who will Issa (Issa Rae) choose in the HBO dramedy's series finale: Lawrence (Jay Ellis) or Nathan (Kendrick Sampson)? That's the questions viewers were left with after the show's penultimate episode concluded with Issa standing alone following an altercation between her two love interests. While we don't know what the answer is, we do know that Rae stressed over how to end her critically acclaimed series, so much so that she re-wrote the ending two weeks before it was scheduled to start shooting. "Thank God I had a burst of inspiration of what I wanted it to be, and that's what we ended up shooting. I stand by it, I like it," said Rae in EW's October digital cover story. "The other one was good, too, but it just didn't feel like the most [satisfying]. It didn't feel like our show… I can't wait to talk about it when it airs to see if I made the wrong decision." Oh, you can bet Insecure fans will definitely let Rae know how they feel. —Chancellor Agard

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HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: Streaming on Hulu

Season Premiere
Pitter patter, let's get at 'er! Hulu's Letterkenny is back for another round of fightin', chorin', and gettin' hammered with the hicks, skids, and hockey players, and season 10 promises some hilarious misadventures for the show's Canadian cast of characters. Story lines include the hockey players and skids competing for "VidVok" fame, the return of Noah Dyck (Trailer Park Boys' Jonathan Torrens) and his Tobias Fünke-esque double entendres, the men of Letterkenny receiving, um, comprehensive physical exams, and Wayne (series creator Jared Keeso) driving a Zamboni. You can't beat that with a stick. —Tyler Aquilina

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What Else to Watch


Insecure: The End (doc) — HBO Max

7 p.m.

TMZ's Merry Elfin' Christmas: Bye, Bye 2021! (special) — Fox

9 p.m.

Condor (back-to-back eps/season finale) — Epix

Holiday Wars: Champion Cake Off (special) — Food Network

Hightown (season finale) — Starz

Claws — TNT

10 p.m.

Home Town: Ben's Holiday Workshop (holiday special) — HGTV

10:40 p.m.

Curb Your Enthusiasm (season finale) — HBO

*times are ET and subject to change

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