‘Dead to Me,’ ‘Fleishman’s in Trouble,’ ‘Disenchanted,’ the series finale of ‘The Walking Dead,’ and everything else you don’t want to miss on TV this week

MONDAY

Stutz: Jonah Hill makes a documentary about his therapist who he credits for helping him deal with his crippling anxiety. And look, if this encourages more men to seek out therapy, then this is a win. However, I’m struggling to think of something more navel-gazing than making a documentary about your therapy journey. Premiere. Netflix

E! News: The pop culture news magazine no one was missing is back! Season premiere. 10:30 p.m., E!

Teletubbies: Cue right-wing outrage about gay Teletubbies grooming your children. Netflix

(Sorry if I’m a little grumpy today. I had my COVID booster and flu shot yesterday, and it shows.)

TUESDAY

La Brea: The family reunion is interrupted by a mission to find Grandma and prevent a tidal wave in the fall finale and ohmygod, I still have seven more episodes of this nonsense to get through. 8 p.m., NBC

Once Upon a Time in Londongrad: This limited docuseries follows the complicated web of Russian oligarchs, the United Kingdom, and Washington D.C., and the multiple assassinations and assassination attempts of Putin critics. Series premiere. Peacock

Where is Private Dulaney?: When a marine disappears from Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, his mother begins an investigation, uncovering a world of drugs, possible satanic cults, and a potential serial killer. Docuseries premiere. Hulu

WEDNESDAY

Fleishman’s In Trouble: Jesse Eisenberg and Claire Danes star in this dramedy about a man struggling to get back into the Manhattan dating scene following his divorce, which is further hampered when his ex-wife disappears leaving his two young daughters with him. Series premiere. Hulu

The Wonder: Florence Pugh stars in this psychological drama as a nineteenth-century English nurse who investigates a young girl who claims she hasn’t eaten in months in what could be a medical anomaly or possible miracle. Premiere. Netflix

Limitless with Chris Hemsworth: Chris Hemsworth is out here making a whole docuseries about his “personal journey” to combat aging and unlock the “full potential” of the human body. STEP ONE: Be an impossibly hot Australian. Series premiere. Disney+

The Santa Clauses: Tim Allen and Elizabeth Mitchell star in this new series based on The Santa Clause movies, in which Santa searches for his replacement. Series premiere. Disney+

THURSDAY

Dead to Me: The third and final season of the darkly funny Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini, now with 100% more Garrett Dillahunt. Season premiere. Netflix

A Christmas Story Christmas: Ralphie is all grown-up and wants to give his children the magical Christmas he had as a child in this sequel to the Christmas classic. Premiere. HBO Max

Sex Lives of College Girls: Sophomore year. Season premiere. HBO Max

I Am Vanessa Guillen: In 2020, Houston-born Vanessa Guillen was bludgeoned to death at Fort Hood by a fellow soldier after having reported being harassed. This documentary tells her tragic and infuriating story. Premiere. Netflix

Pepsi, Where’s My Jet?: The true story of a 20-year-old kid who saw a crazy potential loophole in a Pepsi promotion, and went to insane lengths to make the company pay up. Premiere. Netflix

Gangs of London: Season two. AMC+

Pickled: Stephen Colbert hosts a celebrity pickleball competition to benefit Comic Relief USA. Premiere. 8 p.m., CBS

The People We Hate at the Wedding: Allison Janney, Kristen Bell, and Ben Platt star in this comedy about sibling rivalry at a family wedding. Premiere. Prime Video

Spirited: Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell star in this musical comedy update to A Christmas Carol. Premiere. Apple TV+

Alaska Daily: Fall finale. 9 p.m., ABC

Enchanted: Catch up with the Amy Adams classic before tomorrow’s premiere of Disenchanted on Disney+. 7 p.m., ABC

FRIDAY

Disenchanted: Nobody does synergy quite like Disney does synergy! (See Thursday.) Premiere. Disney+

Elite: Season six premiere. Netflix

The Great British Baking Show: Holidays: Premiere. Netflix

Nope: I’ve been waiting since July for this Jordan Peele movie to arrive on a streamer I was already paying for. Took them long enough. Premiere. Peacock

SATURDAY

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony: Premiere. 7 p.m., HBO

The Wizard of Oz: Release the flying monkeys. 7:44 p.m., TBS

John Wick marathon: DO NOT MESS WITH A MAN’S PUPPY. 12 p.m., Paramount

SUNDAY

The Walking Dead: It’s time to say goodbye to the zombies. For now. Daryl, Maggie, Negan, Rick, and Michonne will all be back soon enough in other projects, so it’s hard to be too worked up about this. Series finale. 8 p.m., AMC

Elton John Live: Farewell from Dodger Stadium: Elton John’s final concert here in Houston was supposed to be on November 4 in Minute Maid, but had to be canceled so that the Astros could play the World Series. Worth it.  7 p.m., Disney+

A Waltons Thanksgiving: Do the Millenials or Gen Z even know what a “Walton” is? Truly curious. “Premiere. 7 p.m., The CW

2022 American Music Awards: Wayne Brady hosts. 7 p.m., ABC

Ziwe: Be careful before you accept an invitation to be a guest on this show, be sure you know what you’re getting into, friends. Season premiere. 10 p.m., Showtime

 

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