Watch Designing Women’s Julia Sugarbaker give Donald Trump a piece of her mind back in 1991.

The ATX Festival will be hosting Designing Women and Northern Exposure reunions this year. R.I.P. Julia Sugarbaker. The world could really use you right now.

Speaking of Trump, BECAUSE THIS IS JUST LIFE NOW, Paris Fucking Hilton is back in the news to inform us that she voted for him because she’s known him since she was a little girl. Cool reason, Paris.

The Good Wife spinoff, Good Fight, will address Trump-influence cultural shifts, and on Christine Lockhart’s character the creators say: “I don’t think she’s in a good place with Trump winning.”

Hollywood Latinos are worried about President Trump. But why?

OH MY GOD, LAST WEEK TONIGHT IS NOT RETURNING UNTIL FEBRUARY 12. WE ARE NEVER GOING TO MAKE IT. Girls returns the same night BUT OH MY GOD HOW ARE WE GOING TO GET THROUGH THE NEXT THREE MONTHS WITHOUT JOHN OLIVER?

Maybe Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, which debuts on Netflix on January 13, will help us get through. Watch the wonderful full trailer:

So, How to Get Away with Murder just got away with a pretty big murder last night. What did you think? DO NOT CLICK ON THE CLICKIE IF YOU HAVE NOT WATCHED YET, FOR THE LOVE OF GOD.

Here’s an interesting piece on the wonderful This is Us star Chrissy Metz, and what lies ahead for her character and her own weight. It might be considered a little spoilery, so proceed accordingly.

Making a Murderer‘s Brandon Massey will not be getting out of prison for Thanksgiving after all.

Stephen Moffat thinks that Doctor Who’s companions should always be female because sci-fi is “notoriously male,” and that’s great and all, but you know what would actually make a bigger difference in a “notoriously male” genre? A FEMALE LEAD.

This is an old compliation of Real Housewives singing without autotune, but who cares. Sometimes you just need to watch an old compliation of Real Housewives singing without autotune.

In holiday tv programming news: To celebrate its 50th anniversary, NBC will air the full version of How the Grinch Stole Christmas this year on November 25; CBS is airing colorized versions of The Dick Van Dyke Show. They will air December 11. And I don’t know if this is “holiday” programming, but Disney Channel will air a Hannah Montana marathon in December.

Holly Hunter is going to star in Alan Ball’s new HBO drama about a liberal multiracial family that has underlying problems, because liberals haven’t wrung their hands hard enough in recent days.

In other casting news:

In development news:

The Night Shift, that medical drama that is set in San Antonio and that I bet you’ve never watched, has been renewed for a fourth season on NBC.

With All Due Respect, the MSNBC news show starring Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, has been cancelled. Respectfully, I’m sure.

R.I.P. Lisa Lynn Masters, actress on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Law & Order: SVU and others.

R.I.P. George Ortiz, Project Runway hairstylist.

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Hawaii Five-0: The Five-0 investigate the JFK assassination. SURE. OK. SURE. 8 p.m., Friday, CBS

Married to Medicine: Houston: Rachel holds a crawfish boil. She might be my favorite now. 8 p.m., Friday, Bravo

The Grand Tour: Jeremy Clarkson’s new car show finally premieres to my teenage son’s great excitement. Friday, Amazon

The Manchurian Candidate: You need to watch this brilliant classic conspiracy thriller RIGHT NOW if you’ve never seen it. BUT I MEAN IT.  7 p.m., Friday, Retro

Harry Potter marathon: Because we all need a little magic and hope that evil can be defeated right about now. 6 a.m., Saturday, Freeform

Saturday Night Live: Kristen Wiig and xx. 10:30 p.m., Saturday, NBC

The Walking Dead: Time to visit Hilltop. 8 p.m., Sunday, AMC

Westworld: Bernard’s got some thinking to do. 8 p.m., Sunday, HBO

The Affair: The depressing sexytimes show is back. Season premiere. 9 p.m., Sunday, Showtime

Late Night: Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (Friday): Megyn Kelly, Chris Hardwick, Emeli Sande The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: (Friday): William H. Macy, Colin Quinn, Drive-By Truckers Watch What Happens Live (Sunday): Cynthia Bailey, Rebecca Romijn

FRI. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC Last Man Standing
(new)
Dr. Ken
(new)
Shark Tank
(new)
20/20
(new)
CBS MacGyver
(new)
Hawaii Five-0
(new)
Blue Bloods
(new)
CW The Vampire Diaries
(new)
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
(new)
Local
FOX Hell’s Kitchen
(new)
The Exorcist
(new)
Local
NBC Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon
(new)
Dateline NBC
(new)

SAT. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30
ABC College Football: Oklahoma at West Virginia
(live)
News/Local
CBS NCIS: Los Angeles
(repeat)
48 Hours
(new)
48 Hours
(new)
News/Local
FOX College Football: Arizona State at Washington
(live)
NBC Free Birds
(new)
Saturday Night Live
(repeat)
News/Local Saturday Night Live
(Kristin Wiig and xx)

SUN. 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC America’s Funniest Home Videos
(new)
American Music Awards
(live)
CBS NFL
(live)
60 Minutes
(new)
NCIS: Los Angeles
(new)
Madam Secretary
(new)
Elementary
(new)
FOX The Simpsons
(repeat)
Bob’s Burgers
(new)
The Simpsons
(new)
Bob’s Burgers
(new)
Family Guy
(new)
Last Man on Earth
(new)
Local/News
(new)
NBC Sunday Night Football: Packers at Redskins
(live)

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