TV watch: What’s on this week – Waterbury Republican American

TV watch: What’s on this week – Waterbury Republican American

“Stutz” (Netflix): Spend some time on the couch with Jonah Hill and his therapist, Dr. Phil Stutz, in this new profile directed by the “Superbad” actor.
“Teletubbies” (Netflix): Eh-oh! They’re back in a reboot of the toddler-friendly live-action show. Tituss Burgess narrates.
“Taken Hostage: An American Experience Special” (PBS, 10 p.m.; concludes Tuesday): This new two-part documentary revisits the 1979 Iran hostage crisis, its origins and the aftermath.
“E! News” (E!, 11:30 p.m.; also Tuesdays-Thursdays): There’s no business like show business in a reboot of the entertainment-news program.
“Deon Cole: Charleen’s Boy” (Netflix): The veteran comic cracks wise about romance, relationships, etc., in this new stand-up special.
“Once Upon a Time in Londongrad” (Peacock): This new series investigates the suspicious deaths of Russian dissidents and oligarchs in the U.K.
“Customer Wars” (A&E, 10 and 10:30 p.m.): Don’t even think about asking to speak to the manager in this new spinoff reality series.
“In Her Hands” (Netflix): A young female mayor in Afghanistan stands up to the Taliban in this 2022 documentary.
“Leverage: Redemption” (Freevee): The rebooted crime drama is back in action. With Noah Wyle and Aldis Hodge.
“Limitless With Chris Hemsworth” (Disney+): The Marvel star explores the limits of human endurance in this new series.
“Martha Cooks” (Roku): Someone’s in the kitchen with Martha Stewart in this new cooking show.
“Mind Your Manners” (Netflix): Stay classy with a little help from etiquette teacher Sara Jane Ho’s new series.
“The Santa Clauses” (Disney+): Tim Allen suits up once more for this new comedy series based on the holiday movie franchise.
“Where Is Private Dulaney?” (Hulu): The mother of a U.S. Marine desperately seeks her missing son in this new docuseries.
“The Wonder” (Netflix): “Midsommar’s” Florence Pugh plays an English nurse investigating a purported miracle in 19th-century Ireland in this 2022 drama.
“Master of Light” (HBO, 8:30 p.m.): This new documentary profiles George Anthony Morton, a Black artist who honed his painting skills during a decade behind bars.
“Nova” (PBS, 9 p.m.): It’s all or nothing as the new episode “Zero to Infinity” details the origins of these two key mathematical concepts.
“Christmas Party Crashers” (BET+): Who invited them? Nobody, that’s who in this new holiday rom-com.
“A Christmas Story Christmas” (HBO Max): Ralphie returns, all grow’d up, in this 1970s-set sequel to the nostalgic 1983 comedy. With Peter Billingsley.
“Christmas With You” (Netflix): A pop star meets a hunky single dad in this new TV movie. Aimee Garcia and Freddie Prinze Jr. star.
“Dead to Me” (Netflix): This dark comedy starring Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini returns for a third and final season.
“Fleishman Is in Trouble” (FX on Hulu): Jesse Eisenberg plays a recently divorced dad in this new limited series. Claire Danes and Lizzy Caplan also star.
“I Am Vanessa Guillen” (Netflix): This new documentary examines the murder of the 20-year-old female soldier on a U.S. Army base in Texas in 2020.
“Leopard Skin” (Peacock): Thieves lay low at a seaside estate in Mexico after a heist goes sideways in this new crime drama. With Carla Gugino.
“Pepsi, Where’s My Jet?” (Netflix): A young contest entrant in the 1990s goes to court to try to claim his prize in this new documentary.
“Santa Camp” (HBO Max): Aspiring Santas from all walks of life learn how to play the part in this new documentary.
“The Sex Lives of College Girls” (HBO Max): The racy campus comedy from Mindy Kaling serves up its sophomore season.
“Sweet Navidad” (Lifetime, 8 p.m.): A baker meets a hunky chef in this new TV movie.
“Pickled” (CBS, 9 p.m.): Stop that racket! Will Ferrell, Emma Watson and other celebs play pickleball for charity in this new special. Stephen Colbert hosts.
“Best in Snow” (Disney+): The aforementioned Tituss Burgess also hosts this new snow sculpting competition.
“Disenchanted” (Disney+): Amy Adams reprises her “Enchanted” role in this star-studded 2022 sequel to the 2007 fantasy comedy.
“Emeril Cooks” (Roku): Someone’s in the kitchen with Emeril Lagasse in this new cooking show.
“The Great British Baking Show: Holidays” (Netflix): The seasonal edition of the competition returns for Season 5.
“Inside Job” (Netflix): The animated sitcom set in a super-secret government facility is back. With Christian Slater.
“Mickey: The Story of a Mouse” (Disney+): See how a cartoon rodent became an internationally recognized corporate mascot in this new documentary.
“Murder at Yellowstone City” (AMC+): There’s gold – and blood – in them thar hills in this 2022 mystery drama. With Gabriel Byrne.
“Nope” (Peacock): There’s a UFO in them thar hills in Jordan Peele’s 2022 sci-fi/horror/Western mashup. Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer star.
“The People We Hate at the Wedding” (Prime Video): Kristen Bell, Ben Platt and Allison Janney might be three of them in this off-color 2022 comedy.
“Slumberland” (Netflix): A young girl has a fantastical adventure in this 2022 fable based on a classic comic strip. With Jason Momoa.
“Spirited” (Apple TV+): Ryan Reynolds and the aforementioned Will Ferrell team up for this tune-filled 2022 take on “A Christmas Carol.”
“Inventing the Christmas Prince” (Hallmark, 8 p.m.): A rocket scientist (Tamera Mowry-Housley) falls for her hunky supervisor in this new TV movie.
“A Country Christmas Harmony” (Lifetime, 8 p.m.): A country music star (Brooke Elliott) reconnects with a former flame in this new TV movie.
“Next at the Kennedy Center” (PBS, 10 p.m.): “A Joni Mitchell Songbook” features contemporary artists tackling classic tunes by the beloved singer-songwriter.
“Messi” (Peacock): Get up close and personal with Argentinian soccer star Lionel Messi in this new sports doc.
“Life in Colour” (BBC America, 5 p.m.): See how animals use color in order to survive and thrive in this new series hosted by David Attenborough.
“Three Wise Men and a Baby” (Hallmark, 8 p.m.): Three brothers unexpectedly find themselves on diaper duty in this new TV movie.
“The 37th Annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony” (HBO, 8 p.m.): The reluctant-to-be-inducted Dolly Parton heads this year’s class of honorees.
“Santa Bootcamp” (Lifetime, 8 p.m.): An event planner (Emily Kinney) meets a hunky chef in this new TV movie. With Rita Moreno.
Los Angeles Times

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