What to Watch Today

Dolly Parton Christmas Movie, Leslie Jordan's Last Call Me Kat, Titans Breaks, Gossip Girl and More

  • Paramount+
    Criminal Minds: Evolution

    In order to find their UnSub, the team must first locate all of his kill kits; along the way, the BAU discover a bomb in the middle of Washington D.C.

  • Hulu
    Fleishman Is in Trouble

    Toby investigates Rachel’s disappearance and receives an invitation from Libby.

  • HBO Max
    Gossip Girl

    Season 2 premiere (first two episodes): While Julien struggles to navigate her complicated agreement with Gossip Girl, a new challenger emerges to snatch her social crown. (Watch trailer.)

  • HBO Max
    Sesame Street's The Nutcracker

    The classic tale is retold in this animated special that follows Elmo and Tango on an adventure filled with new music and friends.

  • HBO Max
    The Sex Lives of College Girls

    Two episodes: After Theta’s charter is reinstated, the girls look to make up for their lost time at frat parties. (Get scoop!)

  • HBO Max
    Sort Of

    Season 2 premiere (first two episodes): Sabi is faced with situations and relationships that are anything but simple, including their dad’s return from Dubai.

    Also streaming Thursday: New episodes of Gangs of London (AMC+), Bruh and First Wives Club (BET+).

  • HBO Max

    Fall finale: The heroes find themselves on a race against time to save Sebastian before the Blood Moon ritual. (Who received TVLine accolades?)

  • NBC
    Dolly Parton's Mountain Magic Christmas

    TV-movie premiere: Parton presents a modern-day movie musical about the making of a TV special; Tom Everett Scott (I’m Sorry), Angel Parker (The Rookie) and Ana Gasteyer (American Auto) co-star; Miley Cyrus, Willie Nelson, Billy Ray Cyrus, Jimmie Allen, Zach Williams and Jimmy Fallon also appear.(A holiday episode of The Wall follows at 10/9c.)

  • Fox
    Call Me Kat

    In the late Leslie Jordan’s final episode, Phil faces a romantic dilemma while Kat plans a murder-mystery themed Friendsgiving. (How will series move forward?)

  • HBO

    Airing over four weeks, the four-part docuseries chronicles billionaire Richard Branson’s life in the lead up to his historic July 2021 spaceflight.