On TV this Wednesday: A Peanuts classic becomes an Apple exclusive, Danny Glover crashes a black-ish wedding and For Life returns for Season 2. Here are 12 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.
What to Watch Today
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A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
No longer airing on ABC! The Peanuts gang gathers around the ping-pong table for an unusual feast. (Non-subscribers can stream free Nov. 25-27.)
No Man's Land
Series premiere (all eight episodes): A young French man (The French Dispatch‘s Félix Moati) searches for his estranged, presumed-to-be-dead sister amid the Syrian civil war; James Purefoy (Sex Education) co-stars.
Holiday Home Makeover With Mr. Christmas
Series premiere (all four episodes): Interior designer Benjamin Bradley (aka Mr. Christmas) and his team of “elves” work around the clock to bring holiday cheer to families deserving of a festive home makeover.
The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse
Mickey and friends return in a new series of animated shorts, which will roll out two at a time. (Subsequent shorts will drop on Fridays, beginning Nov. 27.)
The Amazing Race
Two episodes: First, teams walk face-first down the exterior of a building in Berlin. Then at 9, they travel to decorate yurts in Kazakhstan. Very nice!
Goodwin announces a new emergency department chief; Manning stands up for her patent; Charles tends to family matters. (Why did Fire halt production?)
Massimo discovers that the secret dossier hides a scheme involving NYL and a big German bank used by Dominic. (Get CW midseason dates.)
The Masked Singer
After Group B finalists Crocodile, Seahorse, Serpent and Whatchamacallit perform, two advance to the Super Six. (Fresh clues!)
I Can See Your Voice
Per EW.com, this week’s episode was filmed prior to widespread coronavirus lockdowns in March, and features slightly different gameplay and set design; Joel McHale is a guest panelist.
Dre plans for Pops and Ruby’s wedding; Pops’ brother, Uncle Norman (Lethal Weapon‘s Danny Glover), shows up unexpectedly for the festivities.
Season 2 premiere: Aaron must find a way to gain the upper hand on Maskins when it comes time to reclaim his freedom. (Read preview.)
Leroy (recurring guest star Michael Beach) asks Hondo to speak on his behalf at a parole hearing; SWAT helps the FBI track down a mob informant.
♦ ON THIS DAY IN TV HISTORY ♦
On Nov. 18, 1992, Seinfeld and friends competed in “The Contest” — do you remember who was “out” first?