‘And Just Like That …,’ ‘Live in Front of a Studio Audience,’ the ‘Succession’ finale and everything else you don’t want to miss on TV this week



Landscapers: The amazing Olivia Coleman and David Thewlis star in this limited series based on the true story of Chris and Susan Edwards, who by all appearances were a perfectly average middle-aged couple, until two bodies were discovered in their backyard. Series premiere. 8 p.m., HBO

The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All: The thing where the men yell at each other and puff up their chests in an attempt to be memorable enough to earn a spot on Bachelor in Paradise. 8 p.m., ABC

Michael Bublé’s Christmas in the City: I regret to inform you that Bublé is up to it again. 9 p.m., NBC

A Very Boy Band Holiday: Oh, ABC sees your Michael Bublé, NBC, and they raise you: Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick, Lance Bass, Wanya Morris, Shawn Stockman, Bobby Brown, Michael Bivins, Joey McIntyre, Erik-Michael Estrada, Nick Lachey, Drew Lachey, Jeff Timmons and Justin Jeffre. 7 p.m., ABC

The Forever Prisoner: Documentarian Alex Gibney examines the clandestine operations that have trapped certain prisoners in Guantánamo in a legal limbo for decades.  9 p.m., HBO


Live in Front of a Studio Audience: ‘The Facts of Life’ and ‘Diff’rent Strokes: I am ridiculously excited for this: Facts of Life was MY JAM, Y’ALL. 7 p.m., ABC

Abbott Elementary: Quinta Brunson stars in and created this new sitcom about a bunch of diligent teachers doing their very best in an underfunded school. Series premiere. 8:30 p.m., ABC

The Slow Hustle: The death of a veteran detective in the Baltimore police department brings up new questions of corruption in this documentary. Premiere. 7 p.m., HBO

The People’s Choice Awards: The people get their say, but should they? I mean, The Bachelor is among the nominees for “The Show of 2021.” 8 p.m., NBC and E!

Nicole Byer BBW (Big Beautiful Weirdo): Your kids might love Nicole on Nailed It! but they should probably not watch her stand-up. Netflix


Welcome to Earth: Will Smith hosts this docuseries, in which he explores some of the most extreme locations on the planet. Series premiere. Disney+

Christmas Around the World: Hosts Dean Cain and Laura McKenzie walk us through how Christmas is celebrated around the world in this two-hour special. 7 p.m., The CW

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation: MORE LIGHTS. 7 p.m., AMC


And Just Like That …: The Sex and the City girls are back in this Samantha-less sequel series. Premiere. HBO Max

Housewives of the North Pole: One part Housewives spoof, one part traditional holiday romantic movie, this tongue-in-cheek TV movie stars Breaking Bad’s Betsy Brandt and actual Housewife, Kyle Richards. Premiere Peacock

The Expanse: Season premiere. Amazon

Anne Boleyn: Jodie Turner-Smith stars in this new take on the doomed queen’s final months. Series premiere. AMC+

Snoopy Presents: For Auld Lang Syne: The Peanuts gang take on the New Year in this new animated special. Apple TV+

Crossing Swords: Season premiere. Hulu


twentysomethings: A bunch of 20-somethings navigate life in over-priced Austin in this reality series. (Y’all should move to Houston.) Series premiere. Netflix

The Unforgivable: Sandra Bullock stars as a woman trying to rebuild her life after serving a sentence in prison for a violent crime. Netflix

Saturday Morning All Star Hits!: If you’re a fan of Saturday Night Live‘s Kyle Mooney, this new surreal comedy series spoofing 1980s Saturday morning television will be for you. Series premiere. Netflix


Saturday Night Live: Billie Eilish 10:30 p.m., NBC


Bill Murray marathon: Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters 2, Caddyshack, and Scrooged. 2 p.m., AMC



A White House Christmas: Remember when the last First Lady decorated the White House like it was a set in a Stanley Kubrick movie? That was so weird. 5 p.m., HGTV

The 70th Miss Universe Pageant: Pretty ladies from around the world are paraded around like show ponies. 6 p.m., Fox

All Creatures Great and Small: If you missed this warm blanket of a series when it first aired earlier this year, here’s your chance to catch up with it before season two begins next month. 7 p.m., Fox


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